Both the girls and boys Grayson County High School basketball teams had a rough outing their last time out, losing back-to-back games at Breckinridge County in Tuesday's doubleheader.

The Lady Cougars started the night off dropping to 3-3 on the year, losing 56-42 to the Lady Tigers. Rachael Snyder exploded offensively, scoring a team-high 18 points with nine rebounds, but no one else stepped up to help her out. Kenzie Renfrow scored nine points and added six rebounds, but they could never find the defense to make it a close game.

Grayson was on a roll, winning tight ball games, but, on Tuesday, they put up their second-worst defensive performance of the early season, which places their record in the region to 2-2.

In the second game, the boys couldn't do much better. The Cougars suffered their worst defeat of the year at the hands of Fighting Tigers. Grayson couldn't get anything going on either side of the ball, scoring its lowest total and allowing the most points this year, compiling the gruesome 47-point defeat.

The loss pits the team four games under .500 at 2-6, but they won't have much time to contemplate the results. Both teams will be back in action playing three games in the Rafferty's-Double Dogs Caveland Classic at Edmonson County over the weekend.

The boys will have three chances to stop their five-game losing streak. They will start out facing Green County, then Metcalfe, and close out the event with a game versus Greenwood on Saturday.

The girls will get a chance to gain momentum again in the young season and put the .500 line far behind their sights. They start out the weekend facing 2-5 Green County, then turn around to face 2-6 Franklin-Simpson before ending the event against a 2-5 Greenwood squad.