OAK RIDGE -- Ryan Below scored 26 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and blocked six shots in leading the host Blue Jays past the four-time defending Class 1 state champions.
Hunter Seyer added 13 points for Oak Ridge (7-1). Lance Rohde contributed eight points and three steals.
"I told them from beginning, if we play our game, we're good enough to win, and that's what we did." Oak Ridge coach Adam Stoneking said. "I'm really proud of the guys. They really earned it."
Jaylen Porter led the Braves with 12 points, while Larandis Banks had 10.
This is the first Class 1 team Scott County Central has lost to since the 2008 season when they lost to Jefferson in the state semifinals.
"Right now we're kind of Jekyll-and-Hyde," Scott County Central head coach Frank Staple said. "We still have to find our identity and just learn how to be consistent. We knew this was going to be a tough game tonight, and they came ready to play and we just didn't. And we have to learn how to come ready to play every game."
SCC senior Jaylen Porter left the game for a brief time after being kneed in the back of the head and later blacked out in the locker room after the game.
An ambulance was called to take Porter to the hospital for tests with what Staple labeled concussion-like symptoms.
SCOTT COUNTY CENTRAL (49) -- Chris Brown 2, Larandis Banks 10, Jeffrey Porter 8, Jaylen Porter 12, Alex Johnson 6, Tyler Masters 9, Kendall Blissett 2. FG 22, FT 3-5, F 20. (3-pointers: Jaylen Porter 2. Fouled out: none)
OAK RIDGE (59) -- Andrew Puchbauer 3, Hunter Seyer 13, Kelby Brown 6, Ryan Below 26, Lance Rohde 8, Corvin Schoen 3. FG 18, FT 18-26, F 11. (3-pointers: Puchbauer, Seyer 3, Brown. Fouled out: none)
SCOTT CITY -- Improving to .500 on the season, the Scott City Rams took down visiting Perryville on Tuesday 54-50.
After taking a one-point edge into the second quarter, the Rams outscored Perryville 13-4 in the final eight minutes of the half to go up 27-17.
The Pirates closed back to within five to start the fourth, but were held back with a 14-point fourth quarter by Scott City.
Jonathan McFall led the way with a team-high 17 points while Ryan Brock and Jesse Sanders pitched in 13 and 11 points respectively.
Next up, the Rams (4-4) will take part in the seMissourian Christmas Tournament Dec. 26 at the Show Me Center.
PERRYVILLE (50) -- Luke Schlitchting 2, Nate Kinnison 15, Garrett Martin 9, Trenton Green 3, Colin Shurmer 18, Jacob Lawrence 3. FG 20, FT 6-8, F 17. (3-pointers: Schlitchling 1, Kinnison 3, Martin 1. Fouled out: none.)
SCOTT CITY (54) -- Eric Urhahn 9, Trent Pobst 4, Jesse Sanders 11, Jonathan McFall 17, Ryan Brock 13. FG 20, FT 11-20, F 8. (3-pointers: Urhahn 1, Sanders 1. Fouled out: none.)
BELL CITY -- Peyton Montgomery led the visiting Red Devils with 27 points.
Charlie Montgomery added 16 points for Chaffee (6-2).
Jared Yates had a game-high 28 points, including six 3-pointers, to pace Bell City. McKenzie Vires and Aaron Smith both added 11 points for the Cubs (0-7).
CHAFFEE (73) -- Lane Henson 6, Peyton Montgomery 27, Cody Johnson 7, Layton Tenkhoff 5, Jared Walker 4, Charlie Montgomery 16,Trevor Morehead 8. FG 30, FT 7-10, F 13. (3-pointers: Henson 2, P. Montgomery 3, Johnson 1. Fouled out: None)
BELL CITY (69) -- McKenzie Vires 11, Jerad Yates 28, Nolan Schaefer 1, Aaron Smith 11, Trey Geiger 6, Jeremy Green 2. FG 32, FT 5-9, F 11. (3-pointers: Vires 1, Yates 6, Smith 3. Fouled out: None)
ORAN -- Seth Ressel and Hunter Schlosser each scored 18 points in the Eagles' home win.
Alex Heuring added 14 points and Chance Tenkhoff netted 11 points for Oran (7-1).
Aaron Yount paced Woodland (1-7) with 11 points.
ORAN (89) -- Seth Ressel 18, Kody Moore 8, Jacob Priggel 9, Chance Tenkhoff 11, Hunter Schlosser 18, Alex Heuring 14, Bear Hicks 4, Cash Kinney 7. FG 38, FT 9-10, F 9. (3-pointers: Moore 2, Schlosser 2. Fouled out: None)
WOODLAND (42) -- B.J. Long 4, Aaron Yount 11, Garret Reynolds 9, C.J. McCallister 3, Ben McCormick 8, Dylan Miller 3, Devon Ritter 4. FG 16, FT 4-6, F 8. (3-pointers: Yount 1, McCallister 1. Fouled out: None)
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