The Cumberland County High School basketball teams finished fourth in the District 5AAA Tournament and await the outcome of Tuesday's District 6AAA Tournament to see who they will play this weekend in the Region 3AAA Tournament.

The Lady Jets dropped a 65-42 decision to the Walker Valley Lady Mustangs and play at the winner of the Red Bank-Ooltewah contest Friday at 6 p.m. CST, while the Jets were beaten 62-34 by the Cleveland Blue Raiders and travel to the winner of the Red Bank-Soddy-Daisy game Saturday at 6 p.m. CST.

Walker Valley 65, CCHS 42: Missy Bargayo paced the Lady Jets (6-23) with 18 points, nine rebounds and three steals, while Taylor Williams added 17 markers, four boards, one assist and two steals.

"Our defense in the first half was a lot better. We shot too fast which threw our shooting off. We shot seven percent from three-point range," said CCHS Coach Josh Epperson.

Anna Thomas paced Walker Valley (27-4) with 29 points, while Brooke Hamby added 13 and Laura Whitehead chipped in 12 markers.

"It has been good (here this week). I've never had a problem coming here. CCHS played inspired and played hard," said Walker Valley Coach David Tucker.

A Williams put--back bucket gave the Lady Jets an early 4-2 lead, but Thomas scored the next two buckets to key a 13-4 run to give the Lady Mustangs a 15-8 advantage.

The Lady Jets were four of 16 from the field, including zero for four from beyond the arc, while Walker Valley was seven of 11.

CCHS used a 5-2 run to slice the lead to 17-14 with 4:52 left in the half, but Walker Valley reeled off 11 unanswered points to take a 28-14 lead with 2:18 left in the half.

Bargayo would hit four of four free throws in the final 1:02 to make the first half score 30-18.

CCHS was two of seven from the field with five turnovers, while Walker Valley was five of 18.

Walker Valley outscored CCHS 15-13 in the third quarter to take a 45-31 lead, but Bargayo and Williams were a two-person scoring machine in the quarter, tallying seven and six points, respectively, for the Lady Jets, who were three of eight from the field and seven of 10 from the charity stripe.

Thomas scored eight points for the Lady Mustangs.

Walker Valley finished the game with a 20-11 fourth quarter to secure the victory, and a berth in the region against the loser of the Red Bank-Ooltewah game on Friday.

Cleveland 62, CCHS 34: Terrell Parks tallied 15 markers to lead the Raiders (6-25) to their victory over the Jets (10-17).

Caleb Parsons had six points and two boards for the Jets, while Landon LaSalle chipped in six markers with one steal. Leading rebounders were Cameron Pritchard (7), Andrew Cravens (5) and David Qualls (5).

Cumberland County didn't shoot well, hitting 13 of 44 from the field with 29 turnovers. At one time in the game, CCHS had more turnovers than points, which was a crucial point in the contest.

Cleveland opened the game with a 4-0 run, but baskets by LaSalle and Pritchard tied the conest at 4-4. A bucket by John Adkins keyed a 14-2 run to give the Raiders an 18-6 advantage by quarter's end.

CCHS was four of seven from the field with six turnovers, while Cleveland was seven of 13.

A 13-12 second quarter gave the Raiders a 31-18 lead at the break, with Cleveland building a 50-24 advantage after three quarters.

Cleveland finished the game with a 13-12 fourth quarter to secure the victory and a berth in the region Saturday night at the loser of the Red Bank-Soddy-Daisy game.

With the large deficit, CCHS Coaches Scott Eggleston and Will Foster cleared the bench in the final quarter, allowing everyone to get some playing time.

Qualls came off the bench to score five pionts with four boards, while Chase Wood had two rebounds and a steal. Bryan Bozeman had three steals.