In its fourth year, 1,600 gymnasts from around the southern states competed in the event, which marked the highest total the Classic has ever seen.
Hal Dunlap saw Grayson Gantt’s free throw clang off the back iron with 3.4 seconds and thought his sharpshooter had missed it.
The Bobcats never allowed West-Oak to close the gap to fewer than seven points on the way to a 66-55 victory.
It wasn’t a thing of beauty by any means on Tuesday night, but it didn’t have to be for the Seneca High School boys’ basketball team.
After trailing for the entire game, the Walhalla High School girls’ basketball team was given a chance to put all its early game troubles in the past.
Results and reports from the area’s high school sports action
One night removed from the tension and high energy of Saturday night’s Level 9 and 10 competitions at the Tiger Paw Classic, the event wrapped up on Sunday in a somewhat more relaxing manner.
Erica Powell was never supposed to do gymnastics again.
After re-injuring a vertebra she had cracked 12 months earlier, she was told by her doctor it was time to hang up her leotard.
Despite earning a first-round bye, it’d be hard to make the argument that the postseason bracket was kind to the Walhalla High School wrestling team.
Having not played significant minutes in almost two weeks, a fully healthy Shaq Lawson came out on a mission on Friday night.
The Daniel High School girls’ basketball team wasn’t going to overlook West-Oak this time around.
Twenty years ago, Maureen Williamson probably had no idea she would be seeing the same familiar faces.
A look at all the high school sports action from Friday night.
Judges were on hand and scores were being kept, but that wasn’t what it was about.