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Dallas County boys, Morgan Academy boys prevail

Meeko Tyre scored 14 points as third-ranked Dallas County hammered West Blocton 74-25 this week.

Chance Lee added 12 points and Michael Ervin added 10 for the Hornets (7-0).

Dallas County girls 63, West Blocton 7: The Lady Hornets (2-4) cruised to an easy win.

Morgan Academy 55, Fort Dale 33: Andrew Thomas led the Senators (3-6, 2-0) with 13 points. George Turner and Chris Gardner each had eight points.

Fort Dale girls 57, Morgan Academy 23: Bailey Brown led the Lady Senators (4-7, 0-2) with 10 points.

Linden 38, Keith 33: The Bears fell to 2-6, dropping a road contest in Marengo County.

Linden girls 53, Keith 26: Jakayla Moore scored six points for the Lady Bears.

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