The Taylor County Middle School basketball team defeated the East Fairmont Hornets 37 to 28.
The Lady Knights dominated the first half, as they headed to the locker room with a 16 to 6 lead.
The Lady Knights were not surrender the lead on their way to anther win.
Bria Jacobs led the Lady Knights with 15 points, followed by Frederique Maloley (5), Meredith Maier (7), McKenzie Mayle (4), Skylar Woodell (2) and Mia Chambers (4).
The TCMS JV’s were also in action but they fell to the Hornets 33 to 15. The Knights points came from Hannah Moats (1), Sydney Friend (3), Madison Mayle (6), Katie Scherzinger (3) and Alyssa Satterfield (2).
The Lady Knights were back at it Tuesday night, as they hosted Mountaineer Middle. The Lady Knights dominated play as they cruised to a 41 to 20 victory.
Jacobs led the Lady Knights with 11 points, followed by Maier and Chambers with 8 points. The remaining points came from Mayle (4), Shayla Poling (2), Woodell (2) and Satterfield (6).
In Junior Varsity action, the Lady Knights defeated Mountaineer Middle 26 to 10.
The Lady Knights were led by Madison Mayle with 10.
The rest of the points came from Tehya Herns (2), Moats (3), Friend (2), Jordan Niggamyer (2), Elizabeth Uhl (2), Scherzinger (2) and Satterfield (3).
The TCMS boys basketball team traveled to Fairmont, to face the East Fairmont Hornets last Thursday night.
The boys played hard but fell short in a 45 to 43 heartbreaker.
The Knights were led by Blake Moore, who had a game high 23 points.
The remaining points came from Ian Baker (5), Dante Owens (11), Doug Newlon (2) and Andrew Irvine (2).
In Junior Varsity action, the Knights also fell to the Hornets 41 to 35.
Ryan Maier led the Knights with 14 points, followed by Cayden Bolyen with seven.
The remaining points came from James Helmondollar (2), Kaden Delaney (2), Matt Helmondollar (1) and Austin Timmons (4).
On Tuesday the varsity Knights fell to Mountaineer Middle 54 to 37.
Moore led the Knights with ten points, followed by Newlon with seven.
The remaining points came from James Hoskins (4), Baker (2), Owens (3), Irvine (5) and Conor Goldizen (6).
The Knight’s JV team, destroyed Mountaineer Middle, 50 to 11.
Maier led all scorers with 17 points followed, by Goldizen with 12.
The remaining points came from Tanner Moats (3), J. Helmondollar (4), Andrew Gallo (6) and Delaney (7).