TJ girls, College Heights boys earn wins

Feb. 6—Gabbi Hiebert totaled 28 points on Tuesday night and helped Thomas Jefferson take down College Heights 58-48. It was a fitting night for the senior as TJ held its senior night during the home contest.

The Cougars fall to 10-12 with the loss while the Cavaliers improve to 12-9.

TJ held a 14-11 lead after the opening stanza and stretched its lead in the second and third frames to 49-34.

College Heights cut into the deficit some but couldn't complete a comeback.

Presley Long added 10 for the Cavaliers.


College Heights got 60 points from a trio of players on its way to an 87-30 victory.

Caleb Quade registered 25, Cannon Miller tallied 21, and Adam Stanton got 14.

The Cougars cruised to a 14-8 record with the win after scoring 21 or more points in each of the first three quarters. The Cavaliers fall to 3-19 with the loss.


The College Heights girls basketball team picked up its 10th win of the year on Monday when it hosted Lockwood (15-7) and came away with a 49-48 win.

The Cougars were trailing 48-47 with 6.3 seconds left in the game. Ava Lett was fouled during an inbounds play and went to the free throw line where she cashed in on both shots to clinch the 49-48 win.

CHCS led early on but the Tigers used a 22-point second quarter to take a 29-25 lead into halftime.

The Cougars' defense only allowed 19 second-half points.

Libby Fanning led College Heights with 21 points and Lett added 11 with two 3-pointers.

Lockwood was paced by a trio of players in double figures. Adrien Neill led them with 14 points while Gatlyn Clawson and Kelsey Daniel added 13 apiece.

The Cougars led early on but the Tigers scored 22 points in the second quarter to grab a 29-25 lead going into halftime.