In the opener, the seventh-grade girls put three players into double figures as they defeated Ohio 36-29.
In the second game, the eighth-graders locked up the number-one seed in this weekend's Green River Valley Conference (GRVC) tournament with a 41-29 win over the Lady Eagles.
The Lady Cougars used an 11-0 run at the start of the second quarter to break open a close game and put them in charge the rest of the way.
Point guard Allie Horton had a fine game to lead the Lady Cougars to victory. She scored a game-high 12 points, and added four rebounds, four assists and four steals.
Grace White scored all 10 of her points in the first half, and added seven rebounds, two assists and four steals. Hannah Salsman was the third Lady Cougar in double figures as she also finished with 10 points.
The Lady Cougars fell behind 4-1 in the early going, but scored six straight to lead 7-4 with 2:30 left in the first period. They led 9-7 heading into the second quarter.
Neither team scored in the opening minute-and-a-half of the second period, before White hit 1-of-2 free throws at the 4:31 mark. That was the start of their 11-0 run and it was capped off when Horton buried a three-pointer with 1:14 left to put the Lady Cougars in front 20-7. They led 20-9 at the half.
Grayson County opened the third quarter with an 8-2 run, pushing the lead to 17 points, 28-11 with 3:45 left. They led by 15, 28-13 as the final period got under way.
Horton scored the first six points of the fourth quarter to run the lead to 21 points, 34-13 at the 4:52 mark and the game was pretty much over.
Ashley Clemons and Brooke Simpson both scored two points to complete the Lady Cougar scoring. Grace Gorby did not score in the game, but she shared the rebounding lead with seven, and added four steals. Kennadi Cave also did not score, but pulled down five rebounds in limited floor minutes.
Coming into this game, it was known that the winner would be the number-one seed in the upcoming GRVC tournament. Grayson County let it be known immediately they would not be kept from it.
Trailing 4-2 with 4:30 left in the first quarter, the Lady Cougars closed out the period with a 13-2 run to take control. When they scored the first four points of the second quarter, the Lady Cougars led by 13 points, 19-6.
A three-pointer by Kiara Brooks with 41 seconds left in the half gave Grayson County its largest lead of the game, 17 points at 29-12.
Ohio County's Katie Madison hit a pair of free throws with six seconds left that made the halftime score 29-14. Those free throws were the beginning of an 8-0 Ohio County run that cut the lead to nine points, 29-20 at the 4:37 mark of the third period.
Brooks halted the run with a lay-up with 4:23 left to push the lead back up to double-digits, 31-20. Grayson County led by 13 points, 36-23 heading into the fourth quarter, and the Lady Eagles got no closer than 10 points the rest of the way.
Ohio's Kiana Barrett led the Lady Eagles with 14 points.
Brooks led the Lady Cougars, also with 14 points, and she added five rebounds. Sarah Pierce scored eight points and added five rebounds, four assists and two steals. Jodi decker scored six points and also had six rebounds.
Breanna Minton had five points, while Grace White had four points and a team-high seven rebounds. Michaela Stinson and Giuliana Petrucci both scored two points to complete the scoring.
Both Lady Cougar teams will be in action in this weekend's GRVC Tournament, which will be held here at Grayson County Middle School. In first-round action, the seventh-grade girls will play Butler County at 10:15 a.m., with the eighth-graders also facing Butler County at 12:45 p.m.