West Limestone held Brooks to just nine points in the second half and overtime and held on to take a 39-34 overtime victory in a defensive struggle.
Brooks led 25-21 at halftime, but could muster only six points in the final two quarters. The fourth quarter was an exercise in offensive ineptitude, as the two teams combined for just five points.
Brooks hit a 3-pointer to open overtime but was scoreless the rest of the way as West Limestone scored the final eight points of the game to take the victory.
Aaron McWilliams led West Limestone (20-8) with 13 points, while Skyler Beck led Brooks (22-7) with 11.
Priceville 65, Decatur Heritage 48: Kaleb Barker had 13 points in the win for Priceville.
Marc McLendon had 12 points and five rebounds for the Bulldogs, while Luke Mason and Kyle Haynes added nine points each.
Tyde Coffey had a game-high 14 points in the loss for Decatur Heritage, while Nathan Lee added 11 points.
Danville 63, Meek 57: Justin Morgan had a team-high 17 points in the win.
Patrick Doherty added 14 points for the Hawks (16-9), while Kyle Alexander had nine.
Seth Hayes had a game-high 24 points for Meek.
East Lawrence 78, West Morgan 71: Malik Garth had 26 points in the win for East Lawrence.
Terrence Deloney added 15 for East Lawrence, while Camron Garner had 12.
Brandon Roberts had a game-high 35 points in the loss for West Morgan, while Dustin Morgan added 15.
R.A. Hubbard 52, Colbert County 49: Austin Beasley hit a runner in the lane with 10 seconds to play to seal the win for R.A. Hubbard.
Beasley finished with 15 points for the Chiefs (14-5), while John Owens added nine.
Jonah Casteel had 17 points for Colbert County.
R.A. Hubbard 55, Colbert County 41: Oresha Sherrod scored 10 of her 14 points in the fourth quarter as R.A. Hubbard topped Colbert County.
The Class 1A, No. 3 Chiefs (16-4) took the lead in the first quarter and steadily pulled away. Ashlyn McCoy added 11 points in the win. Mija Newsome led Colbert County (6-15) with 12 points.
Decatur Heritage 65, Priceville 32: Maddie Vinton poured in 28 points and grabbed five rebounds to push the Eagles to an easy win.
Decatur Heritage went on a 27-2 second-half run to put away a game that saw DHCA lead 28-20 at the intermission.
Savannah Naylor had 10 points and Bekah Voss pulled down 16 rebounds and dished out 10 assists to go along with seven points. Laura Mae Sivley also had 10 rebounds.
Emilee Cunningham had 10 points, and Brianna Gwin added seven for Priceville.
Decatur Heritage (19-9) begins the Class 1A Area 14 tournament against Addison at Falkville on Thursday. Tipoff is 5:30 p.m.
Brewer 55, Grissom 23: Riley Northway scored 22 points and pulled down 12 rebounds in leading Brewer in the rout of Class 6A Grissom.
Rheagan Harvel and Cheyenne McLemore each had nine points for the Patriots (26-1), while Caitlin Lavender added 11 rebounds.
Crystal Carrasquillo and Jarnae Dobson each had seven points in the loss for Grissom.
Lawrence County 59, Hartselle 45: Three players reached double figures in the win for Lawrence County.
Rachel Childress had a game-high 21 points for the Red Devils (22-6), while Adrien Coffey added 18 points and six rebounds. Tori McDaniel had 11 points.
Allie Roden and Riley Terry paced Hartselle with 12 points each.
East Lawrence 54, West Morgan 50: Sydney Sanders recorded a huge double-double, scoring 23 points and grabbing 18 rebounds, but it wasn't enough as West Morgan fell to East Lawrence.
Aundrea Simpson had a team-high 15 points for East Lawrence, while Misha Tramell added 11.
Danville 66, Meek 28: Jesse Oliver had a game-high 12 points as Danville rolled to its 11th win in 12 games with a victory over Meek.
Gracie George had 11 points for the Hawks (22-8), who will open area tournament play Thursday night at Good Hope against Vinemont.
Morgan Hudson had eight points in the loss.
West Limestone 45, Brooks 35: Three players scored in double figures as West Limestone went on the road to knock off Brooks.
Kayla Carter scored 12 points for the Wildcats (18-7), while Autumn Bates had 11 and Shelby Clay 10.
Erin Jewell led the way for Brooks (14-12) with 14 points, and Deanna Thompson added 11.
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