Lynn wrapped up a dominant weekend at Meek High School on Saturday, bringing home a pair of Winston County Basketball Tournament titles.
In dominating fashion, Lynn's girls routed Addison in the championship game for their fourth straight county title. Lynn star guard Reagan Tittle was the tournament MVP.
The boys followed suit, beating Winston County for their county crown with Ben Cagle earning MVP honors. Lynn's boys have now won two of the last three county championships.
Adam Gray coaches both Lynn basketball teams.
Lynn jumped out to insurmountable leads in the first quarter of both games.
Lynn 49, Addison 19
Lynn matched Addison's point total in the first quarter alone as the 10th-ranked Bears, the No. 1 seed, earned a 49-19 victory.
Reagan Tittle led Lynn (20-2) with 15 points and five steals while Holly Murray put in 12 points and had nine rebounds. Emma Easley added nine points and six rebounds and Brooke Harris put in eight points.
Lynn led 19-2 after the opening quarter, 29-10 at the half and 39-14 after three quarters.
Cali Brewer paced Addison with seven points while Maison Evans, Jessy Taylor and Kayla Pruitt each added four points.
Lynn 61, Winston County 45
Lynn's Ben Cagle had a monster game with 26 points, 14 rebounds and two steals as the Bears ran out to a big lead and rolled to a 61-45 win over the Yellow Jackets.
The Bears (15-7) put 20 points on the scoreboard in the opening quarter, taking a 20-5 lead. Lynn was up 30-12 at the half and 39-24 after three quarters.
For Lynn, Peyton Moore had 11 points, Clay Porter put in nine and Jeremy Tittle had eight points, six rebounds and four blocks.
Dillon Earnest had 14 points for Winston County, Cody Henderson had 13 points and Timber Blankenship added 10.
Lynn hosts Parrish, the Walker County Basketball Tournament champion, on Monday.