The eighth grade team handled the Eels easily with a 45-20 victory as Bill Newton led the way with 22 points and Jacob Payne added 14 in the victory.
Clay City put together big quarters in the first and third, tallying 15 in the opening period and 22 in the third to pull away.
Also scoring for Clay City was Logan Higgins with five and Tyler Jenkins with four as the squad improved to 2-0 on the season.
In the seventh grade game, Clay City won a tight contest, 26-23 over Eminence as Tyler Bridgewater had 10, Ethan Shaw added 10 and Kyle Yocom contributed six in the second victory for the squad.
Next up for the Eels is a home game on Thursday versus Linton at 6 p.m.