The Tullahoma Elementary League continued its season at West Middle School last week, as the teams from Robert E. Lee and Bel-Aire both garnered wins on Saturday.
After taking an 8-6 edge at halftime, the Robert E. Lee girls basketball team was able to garner a 13-10 victory over Farrar on Saturday.
Aniya Grizzard led Robert E. Lee with seven points on the day. Madison Brown and Carolina Parker each added two points of their own.
Anna Beth Nutt led Farrar on the day with six points. Alyssa Goon and Madison Goad each added two points of their own.
The Robert E. Lee boys team set the tempo from the start, jumping out to a 23-2 halftime lead, before going on to secure a 44-9 victory over Farrar on Saturday.
Keegan Taylor led the Lions with 12 points in the win. T.J. Green added seven points in the victory. Chase Banks and Alex Bobo each scored six points. Logan Prosser, Jordan Taylor and Mason Bratcher each added three points, while Gage Allen and Hunter Hogan both scored two points.
Parker Campbell led Farrar with four points. Trevor Cole added three points. Davis Wenger and Branson Bunch each scored two points.
After taking a 7-4 halftime lead, the Bel-Aire girls were able to hold on and garner a 12-9 victory over East Lincoln on Saturday.
Ariel Philips led the Lady Bees in scoring on the day, putting up four points in the win. Annisha Banks and Aubrey North each scored three points, while Kileigh Tipps scored two points.
Chloe McGinnis led East Lincoln with four points. Jaidyn Johnson added three points, while Kendra Yglesias put up two points.
Taking an 18-5 lead into halftime, the Bel-Aire boys team continued to control the matchup, picking up a 35-15 win over East Lincoln on Saturday.
Jakobe Hill led the Bees with 10 points in the win. Deandre Jenkins added seven points, while Xavier Kinslow scored five points. Lukas Taylor added four points and Xavier Farrell scored three points. Aidan May, Grayson Felts and Hudson Stroop each scored two points.
Kaleb Kelso led East Lincoln with nine points, while Samuel Garrard added six.