Blackman's Jarrell Reeves goes up for a layup over Memphis East's Alex Lomax.

The Blackman boys quest for a second state title in three years fell short in the BlueCross Basketball semifinals, dropping a 46-41 decision to Memphis East.

Student section was out in force, wearing their orange and white, supporting the Middle Tennessee Christian School Cougars.

The historic season for the Middle Tennessee Christian School boys ends in the quarterfinals of the BlueCross Basketball Championships.

The Glass House was rockin' with a great student section for Blackman!

Blackman used a 10-2 run to open the second half, shooting 83-percent in the third quarter and great ball handling to distance themselves from Science Hill.

The Riverdale Lady Warriors celebrate their fifth girls state championship since 2007 with the student body at the TSSAA Blue Cross Basketball Championships.

The Riverdale Lady Warriors jumped out to a 23-5 lead after a quarter and didn't look back.

L-R: Alexis Whittington, Brinae Alexander and Anastasia Hayes talk to the media after their 80-58 win over Memphis Central.

Riverdale advances to the Class AAA Championship game with an 80-58 win over Memphis Central.

The postseason awards continue to roll in for Blackman senior Crystal Dangerfield. She was named Thursday the Tennessee Girls Gatorade Player of the Year. It's the third year in a row she's been selected for the award, which is a first.

Riverdale fans were out in force for the Lady Warrior's quarterfinal win over Morristown West.

The Riverdale Lady Warriors were 12-of-17 or 71-percent from the three-point line. That was plenty of firepower to outgun Morristown West 70-55 in the quarterfinals of the TSSAA Blue Cross Basketball Championships.

Crystal Dangerfield receiving the NewsRadio WGNS / EnterSource / Murfreesboro Post MVP of the Week Award from Andy DeGraw with EnterSource. Also pictured is Blackman girls coach Jessica Jackson.

Blackman senior and Connecticut signee Crystal Dangerfield adds another award to the list of honors.

Blackman's Crystal Dangerfield added another accolade to her already long list. She was named the Class Triple-A Miss Basketball for the second year in a row, following three years as a finalist.

Blackman weathered an impressive storm and 3-point onslaught by Lawrence County on Thursday night to capture the Region 4-AAA championship 58-52 before a rowdy crowd.

The Blaze will face Bradley Central Monday night at 7 at home in a Sectional game for the right to advance to the TSSAA State Tournament.

Sign up for our Newsletter:

Your browser doesn't support canvas!