Riverside rallied from a 15-14 first period deficit to mercy rule Earle 74-44 in senior girls basketball action Thursday night at Earle.
The Lady Rebels outscored Earle 24-8 in the second quarter to take a 38-23 lead into the dressing room at the half. Riverside stretched their advantage to 58-35 after three quarters.
Riverside placed three players in double figures led by Brianna Driver who scored 17 points. Katey Campbell tallied 16 while Kassie Douglas posted a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds.
In junior high action, Riverside downed Earle 46-36 behind Lauren Weaver's 24 points.
Riverside, who hit 11-16 free throws, led 16-6 after the first period, 25-12 at the half and 36-23 after three quarters.
Kelsey Boatman had 12 points, Rebbekah Frayer and Taylor Boness netted four points apiece while Kyley Campbell added two.
The Junior Lady Rebels defeated Cross County 52-27 Monday night as Lauren Weaver poured in a game high 30 points to lead Riverside.
Riverside took a 13-7 lead after the first quarter and held a 22-15 edge at the half. The Lady Rebels stretched their advantage to 39-21 after three quarters.
Kayleigh Wilson and Kendra Staggs tallied six points apiece, Taylor Boness scored four, Kelsey Boatman had three while Brittany Douglas and Allysia Thibodeaux had one point apiece.
Mahoganey Collins led Cross County with 12 points.
In the Junior B game, Riverside won 20-11. Kayleigh Wilson led Riverside with nine points, Beth Anne Snyder scored four, Kelsey Boatman had three while Brittany Douglas and Allysia Thibodeaux had two points apiece.
Riverside will return to action Monday Tuesday night when they travel to Marked Tree before traveling to Bay Thursday night to take on the Lady Yellowjackets.