GREENHILL — Class 4A No. 4 Brooks overcame Rogers rallies in the fourth quarter and again late in overtime to eke out a 61-59 win.
The Lions (21-6) led by as many as 6 in the final 30 seconds of overtime but several turnovers led to a Rogers’ 3-point lead.
Skyler Beck sank a game-tying 3-pointer, and Rae Beasley followed with a game-winning layup at the buzzer.
Canaan Sides (13), Jacob Richardson (11) and Beck (11) scored in double figures.
Reagan Curbow and Brady Murks scored 14 each for Rogers. Chris Crews hit two free throws for the Pirates with 3 seconds left to force overtime. Rogers outscored Brooks 13-6 in the fourth quarter.
n Mars Hill 58, Wilson 50: Mars Hill mounted a late rally, outscoring Wilson 18-9 in the fourth quarter.
Wilson took a 35-34 lead into halftime after pouring in 28 second-quarter points.
The Warriors hit 6 of 7 3-pointers in the quarter, and Kenneth Henry scored 12 of his team-high 15 points.
Landon Willis had 15 for the Panthers. Harrison Chastain added 13, and Thomas Swinea had 12 to surpass 1,000 career points.
n Belgreen 58, Hackleburg 23: Belgreen sank six 3-pointers while outscoring Hackleburg 23-4 in the first quarter.
Chase Landers made three in the period and finished with a game-high 16 points.
Brock Hester added 9 points and 13 rebounds for the Bulldogs, who led 43-6 at halftime.
Belgreen (16-6, 7-1 area) is tied atop the area standings with Phillips. A coin flip today will determine the area’s No. 1 seed and tournament host.
n Muscle Shoals 75, Cullman 50: Muscle Shoals had one of its best shooting games of the season.
Ladanian Stanford led all scorers with 22 for the Trojans (8-14), who took a 24-9 first-quarter lead. Debo Reeder added 14 and Kendall Johnson and Blake Goodwin added 10 each.
n Lawrence County 59, R.A. Hubbard 38: Lawrence County’s Donovan Wheeler had 16 points, which is more than Hubbard scored in the second half.
Darrian Almon’s 10 points led Hubbard.
n Lexington 57, Sheffield 45: Lexington won its first Class 2A, Area 15 game with the upset of Sheffield.
Jake Rogers led the Bears (8-11, 1-5) with 21 points. Wade McNutt added 10 points for the Bears, who outscored Sheffield in each quarter.
Hunter Danley scored 19 points for Sheffield (12-9, 2-3), while Shaquille Carroll added 13 points and Simon Ridgeway finished with 10 points.
n Deshler 75, Phil Campbell 59: Four Deshler players scored in double figures and the Tigers coasted past Phil Campbell.
Thomas Gamble scored a game-high 19 points to lead the Tigers. Zach Garner added 16 points, while B.J. Bailey finished with 13 and Chandler Brown scored 11. Colton Vickery’s 15 points pace Phil Campbell (13-12).
n Summertown 52, Loretto 49: Summertown edged Loretto as Nate Morris scored 16 points and Seth Wright added 12.
Myles Burks paced Loretto with 24 points. Loretto missed a shot at the buzzer that would have sent the game to OT.
n Covenant Christian 57, Vina 43: Sam Griffin poured in 25 points and the Eagles made 15 fourth-quarter free throws to knock off Vina.
Ty Brown tallied 13 points for Covenant Christian (3-19) and Michael Lossau added 11. Andrew Hester led Vina with 20 points.
n Collinwood 72, Frank Hughes 39: Kelby Ray knocked down four 3-pointers and scored a game-high 17 points as Collinwood (14-6) cruised past Frank Hughes.
Wesley Pigg added 13 points for the Trojans and Hunter Andrews had 12.
n Central 50, Lauderdale County 49: Tyler Robb scored 18 points as Central rallied on the road to get past Lauderdale County.
Lauderdale County’s Drew Newton led all scorers with 20 points and a shot at the buzzer came up short for the Tigers.
n Waterloo 46, Cherokee 45: Tyler Whipple sank a leaner with 11 seconds left as Waterloo edged Cherokee.
Whipple finished with 16 points, including a pair of fourth-quarter 3-pointers, and Wayne Darby added 12 for Waterloo (9-16).
Jolly Benjamin and Ty Deaton each had 9 points for Cherokee.
n Wayne County 47, Perry County 40: Wayne County (9-12) got 19 points from Sawyer Ray and Zack Risner added 13 to seal a road win over Perry County (7-12).
n Colbert County 59, Colbert Heights 43: Colbert County scored 30 points in the second quarter in opening up a 44-20 halftime lead on the way to an easy win.
Sam Howard led Colbert County with 17 points while Tobias Qualls had 14 and Jonah Casteel scored 10.
Caleb Claunch led Colbert Heights (15-9) with 10 points.
n Russelville 80, Fayette County 74: Russellville (9-13) won an offensive shootout as Caleb Robison and Leslie Dunstan combined for 46 points.
Robison scored 24 and Dunstan added 22 to help Russellville get the victory.
Russellville’s Jacob Seal added 11 points while Kaelan Bonds and Chris Owens tallied 10.
n Deshler 48, Phil Campbell 22: Deshler needed a fourth-quarter surge to finally put away Phil Campbell, outscoring the Bobcats 22-5 in the final eight minutes.
Nicole Shirley scored seven of her game-high 13 points to spark the fourth quarter burst for Deshler (19-7).
Jothani Dixon scored 9 points and Julia Burton had 8 points and 17 rebounds.
n Summertown 47, Loretto 32: Megan Kilburn and Morgan Long combined for 34 points as Class A No. 2 Summertown beat Loretto.
Rachel Burden led Loretto (13-10, 5-4) with 13 points.
n Belgreen 66, Hackleburg 54: Freshman Allison Bragwell scored a season-high 28 points to help Belgreen slip past Hackleburg in a Class 1A, Area 16 game.
Abby Hester, a seventh grader, scored 10 points and had 9 assists for the Bulldogs (8-13, 4-4 area).
Kristen Camp led Hackleburg (11-7) with 23 points and 16 rebounds.
Carley Wooten added 16 points.
n Colbert Heights 40, Colbert County 38: Destinee Pratt hauled-in a long inbound pass from Kelsey Robinette and laid in it at the buzzer as Colbert Heights went on the road and clipped Colbert County in a thriller.
Robinette paced Colbert Heights (11-13) with 16 points, including 9 in the fourth quarter, and Pratt finished with 10.
Mija Newsome led all scorers with 18 points for Colbert County (6-14).
n Lauderdale County 61, Central 43: Lauderdale County, the top-ranked team in Class 3A, improved to 25-4 with a win over visiting Central.
Ivy Wallen led all scorers with 16 points for the Tigers. Emma Wallen added 12 and Chatara Cox 11.
Abby Keener finished with 14 points for Central and Auri Brown had 10.
n Waterloo 57, Cherokee 34: Baylee Atkinson scored a game-high 15 points and Bradi Morris added 13 as Waterloo knocked off Cherokee.
The duo cashed turnovers into easy baskets in a decisive 21-2 third quarter to seal the home win.
Freshman Megan Turnbow led Cherokee with 10 points.
n Cullman 47, Muscle Shoals 32: Bailey Johnson led all scorers with 20 points as Cullman downed Muscle Shoals.
Shana Sherrod led Muscle Shoals (6-15) with 11 points.
Morgan Smith added 12 for Cullman (12-7).
n Lexington 49, Sheffield 9: Class 2A, No. 4 Lexington improved to 23-6 on the season and sealed a perfect 6-0 record in area play outpacing Sheffield.
Haven Albright led all scorers with 18 points and Savannah Stults added 9 for Lexington.
n Perry County 45, Wayne County 43: Jessie Ray scored a game-high 12 points, but a late rally came up short as Wayne County fell to Perry County.
n Mars Hill 41, Wilson 33: Mary Willis scored 10 of her team-high 14 points in the fourth quarter to help Mars Hill pull away.
Ciarra Edwards led all scorers with 20 for Wilson, which was tied at 20 with the Panthers after three quarters.
Mars Hill (22-6) became more aggressive from there, attacking the basket, picking up fouls and making free throws as it found some breathing room, outscoring the Warriors 16-8 in fourth quarter.
n Brooks 44, Rogers 29: Kelly Brewer scored a team-high 9 points for Brooks, and the Lions pulled out the ball for a slow-paced win.
Maggie Green scored 9 for Rogers (12-14).
n Lawrence County 61, R.A. Hubbard 52: Alex Gholston’s 18 points weren’t enough for Hubbard (13-4).
Rachel Childress (19), Tori McDaniel (16) and Adrian Coffey (13) all reached double digits for Lawrence County, which gradually pulled away after trailing 35-32 at halftime.
Oresha Sherrod added 13 points for Hubbard.
n Covenant Christian 60, Vina 34: Covenant Christian jumped out to a 22-4 lead after one quarter and never looked back in routing Vina.
Anna Claire Noblit led Covenant Christian (22-3) with 20 points while Bailey Hill had 15 and Abbey Lolley scored 11.
Jessica Pickle led Vina (12-11) with 11 points.