Collinsville forward Tyla Tatum (1) recovers the ball as Geraldine guard Joanna Hammett defends during a game earlier this season.

Tyla Tatum paced the Collinsville girls with a game-high 24 points and Olivia Akins had 20 points in a 71-41 victory against the Geraldine Bulldogs in a 3A, Area 12 matchup in Geraldine on Tuesday night.

Emma Terrell added 12 points as the Panthers outscored Geraldine 31-18 in the second half after taking a 40-25 halftime lead.

Gracey Johnson finished with 19 points for the Bulldogs and Carlie Johnson added seven points.

Ider 59, North Sand Mountain 40: 

Makinley Traylor scored 15 points, Kaleigh Carson had 14 points and Savannah Seals 10 as Ider downed North Sand Mountain 59-40 in a 2A, Area 15 game in Higdon on Tuesday night.

The Hornets (15-7) led 25-17 at intermission and outscored NSM 34-20 across the second half, including holding the home team to four points in the third quarter.

Nady Poore led the Bison with nine points. 

Sardis 53, Crossville 52:

Kinsley Henderson scored 21 points and Briseyda Gonzalez finished with 14 points in Crossville’s 53-52 overtime loss at Sardis in a 5A, Area 13 contest Tuesday night.

Crossville rallied to force overtime with the game tied at 41. Henderson made 6 of 7 free throw attempts in the extra frame.

Sardis took a 25-21 advantage at halftime and the game went into the fourth quarter tied at 33.

Plainview 61, Asbury 21:

Payton Blevins had four 3-pointers and finished with 14 points to lead a balanced offensive outing as Plainview defended Asbury to seven first-half points en route to a 61-21 victory in Albertville on Tuesday night.

The Bears (18-5) secured their home court as the hosting site of the 3A, Area 14 tournament, as they recorded 12 total 3-pointers and raced to a 31-7 halftime lead.

Lauren Jimmerson scored 11 points, Kami Sanders had 10 points and Halle Brown contributed nine points for Plainview.

Plainview held the Rams (3-13) to four points in the third quarter and boasted a commanding 53-11 advantage at the start of the fourth.

Alexis Adams paced Asbury with 11 points and Sheyla Guzamn-Pacheco had six points.

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