Jonah Casteel got Colbert County off to a fast start with four 3-pointers in the first quarter, sparking the Indians to a 58-53 victory over Hatton in boys basketball Monday night.
Casteel, who finished with five 3-pointers, helped the Indians (2-0) to a 24-20 lead after the first quarter. He sealed the win in the fourth quarter, hitting 5 of 6 free throws in the closing minutes.
Sam Howard added 14 points and Tobias Qualls finished with 10 points.
Ty Terry scored 21 points to pace Hatton.
Belgreen 63, Colbert Heights 40: Nick Miller scored 14 of his game-high 16 points in the second quarter as Belgreen (6-1) stopped Colbert Heights.
With the game tied, Miller connected on four 3-pointers in the second quarter to spark the Bulldogs to a 28-18 lead.
Brock Hester and Chase Landers added 12 points each for Belgreen.
Jeffrey Mitchell scored 13 for Colbert Heights.
Phillips 64, Hackleburg 32: Phillips overcame a slow start to remain unbeaten by doubling up Hackleburg.
The Bears (5-0) trailed 14-8 after the first quarter but outscored Hackleburg 46-12 in the middle two quarters to take control.
Jake Bonner scored 10 of his game-high 20 points in the third quarter. Tyler Crumpton added 16 points, while Jacob Feltman added 12 points and Rodney Camp had 10.
Hatton 47, Colbert County 36: Hatton outscored Colbert County 33-11 in the second and third quarters to rally from an early deficit.
Boston Claborn scored 14 points and Sydney Terry added 12 for the Hornets.
Mija Newsome and Clarissa Whalen scored 13 points each for Colbert County (0-2).
Vina 45, Hubbertville 34: Jessica Pickle scored 16 of her game-high 20 points in the second half as Vina (5-1) overcame a sluggish start to spoil Hubbertville's season opener.
Hubbertville led 20-12 at the half before Pickle led the comeback. Summer Tucker led Hubbertville with 11 points.
Hackleburg 72, Phillips 50: Kristen Camp scored 22 points and had 18 rebounds as Hackleburg pulled away from Phillips.
Katlyn Adams added 12 points for the Panthers (2-1) while distributing seven assists. Rosalee Camp added 12 points.
Sannah Hood led Phillips with 31 points, including eight 3-pointers.