Craig Harris/Macon County Times Macon County High junior guard Keeley Carter maneuvers during third-quarter action as Smith County freshman Anna Vining defends. Carter provided 18 points and 9 assists as the Tigerettes rolled to a 74-41 victory.

Craig Harris/Macon County Times

Macon County High junior guard Keeley Carter maneuvers during third-quarter action as Smith County freshman Anna Vining defends. Carter provided 18 points and 9 assists as the Tigerettes rolled to a 74-41 victory.

The Macon County High girls basketball team rolled to a convincing victories en route to the Nera White Christmas Tournament championship game.

The Tigerettes opened play with a 73-13 victory over East Robertson on Thursday evening.

Macon County forced 25 turnovers and limited the Lady Indians to 8-percent shooting.

The Tigerettes shot 50 percent from the field, made eight 3-pointers and connected on 9 of 13 free-throw attempts.

Macon County led 30-2 after one period of play, 39-8 at halftime and 62-10 entering the fourth quarter.

Sophomore point guard Jalynn Gregory led the Tigerettes offensively with 19 points, connecting on 7 of 11 field-goal attempts, and she also had 4 steals.

Junior teammate Keeley Carter made 6 of 7 shots, finishing with 13 points, 6 steals, 4 rebounds and 3 assists.

The rest of the Macon County scoring is as follows: Jamie Ashburn 9 points, Taylor Ward 8, Abby Shoulders 6, Emily Ashburn 4, Marah King 4, Kinsley Arnett 3, Myle Crowder 3, Breia Crouch 2, McKaylee Mix 2.

Eleven Tigerettes scored.

Ashburn and Shoulders had 4 steals each, and King grabbed a team-high 9 rebounds.

Ashlyn Wright led East Robertson offensively with 8 points.

Macon County rolled into the championship game with a 74-41 victory over Smith County in Friday evening's semifinal round.

The Tigerettes claimed a 51-18 win over the visiting Lady Owls when the two teams played on Nov. 30.

On Friday, Macon County led 18-9 after one period of play, 40-17 at halftime and 63-25 entering the fourth quarter.

The Tigerettes made 14 3-pointers and shot 58 percent from the field.

Smith County shot 50 percent from the field but committed 21 turnovers.

Carter scored 18 points to go along with 9 assists and 5 rebounds, and Gregory scored 14 of her 17 points in the first half.

Jamie Ashburn made four 3-pointers, accounting for all of her 12 points, and Shoulders also scored 12 points.

Gregory and Jamie Ashburn combined for 9 of the 3-pointers, and Ashburn and Shoulders had 3 steals each.

Mix scored 5 points, and Emily Ashburn provided 3. King, Crouch and Myle Crowder all scored 2 points, and Ward provided 1 point.

Emma Enoch and Madison Hopper scored 11 points each for the Lady Owls.