Craig Harris/Macon County Times Macon County Junior High forward Logan Bandy releases an interior shot as Westmoreland’s Dylan Cook defends.

Craig Harris/Macon County Times

Macon County Junior High forward Logan Bandy releases an interior shot as Westmoreland’s Dylan Cook defends.

WHITE HOUSE -- The Macon County Junior High boys basketball team limited host White House Heritage to five points or less in three different quarters, resulting in a 35-17 victory on Saturday afternoon.

Gabe Borders and Zach Borders combined for eight points in the first quarter as the Tigers took a 12-5 lead into the second stanza, and Gabe Borders scored all six of his squad's points in the second stanza, helping to extend the lead to 10 points (18-8) by halftime.

Then, teammate Dalton Hudson scored eight points in the third quarter, and Macon County took a 32-17 lead into the final period.

The Patriots didn't score in the fourth quarter.

Hudson and Gabe Borders scored 10 points each, followed by Brody Frye (7 points), Zach Borders (4), Braylon Flowers (2) and Eli Mercer (2).

Roco Gertanio led White House Heritage offensively with eight points.

The Tigers rolled to a 45-17 victory over visiting Westmoreland on Monday evening.

The two teams played in Westmoreland on Nov. 21, with Macon County claiming a 49-20 victory.

On Monday, Macon County (9-5) led just 10-7 after one period of play but limited the Eagles to just four points in each of the final three periods.

The Tigers extended the lead to 25-11 by halftime and 38-15 entering the fourth quarter.

Hudson scored 16 of his game-high 20 points in the first half, 11 of which came in the second quarter.

Teammate Gabe Borders scored 11 points, followed by Zach Borders (4), Parker Maddox (3), Hunter Patterson (3), Logan Bandy (2) and Caleb Escue (2).

Westmoreland's Bryson Maxwell scored seven of his team-high nine points in the first quarter.