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Hartselle Enquirer

Blue Devils, Lady Blue Devils earn wins

The Falkville Blue Devils went 2-2 this past week, while the Lady Blue Devils went 1-2. The boys team defeated St. Bernard and Sumiton Christian, while the girls got a victory over Addison.

Boys basketball
Falkville 68, Sumiton Christian 50

The Blue Devils took to the road and picked up a 68-50 win at Sumiton Christian. Cayden Butler led the way 26 points, six steals and five assists. Dawson and Logan Fowler each added 11 points. Dawson added eight rebounds, while Logan had five rebounds and three steals. Eli Harris added 10 points and eight assists.

Falkville 60, St. Bernard 24

Playing at home, Falkville ran past St. Bernard 60-24. The Blue Devils led 32-15 at halftime before holding St. Bernard to just nine points in the second half.

Butler once again led the Blue Devils, this time with 28 points and three steals. Jackson Edmonson and Dawson Fowler each added seven points.

Sumiton Christian 59, Falkville 46

Falkville led 12-9 after the first quarter but couldn’t keep pace with the visiting Eagles in a 59-46 loss. Harris had 17 points and eight rebounds to lead Falkville. Butler added 12 points, while Logan Fowler had 10 points and six rebounds.

Addison 63, Falkville 61

The Blue Devils closed the week with a 63-61 loss to Addison. Falkville led 15-13 after the first quarter and held onto the advantage at halftime, leading 28-26. The visiting Bulldogs took a 51-45 lead into the fourth and held off a Falkville rally to win.

Dawson Fowler led the Blue Devils with 15 points and five rebounds. Harris had 12 points, while Butler tossed in 11.

Girls basketball
Falkville 52, Addison 19

The Lady Blue Devils improved to 3-4 after a 52-19 win over Addison. Ellie Cate Hill led the team with 20 points. She hit six three-pointers. Abbey Grace Tomlin added 10 points and four rebounds, while Leah Pierce had 10 points and four rebounds.

The Lady Blue Devils drop both ends of a home and home with Sumiton Christian. They fell 53-52 (Nov. 27) on the road and 59-41 at home (Nov. 30).

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