The North Clay seventh and eighth grades split their contests with Woodrow Wilson on Monday evening.
The eighth grade took a 57-43 win over Woodrow Wilson led by a balanced scoring attack.
North Clay placed four players in double-figures during Monday's win. The victory was the eighth grade team's fourth in five games and third in a row.
The Knights were led by 15 points from Zach Hull and 14 from Damon Hyatt. Chance Talbot contributed 10 points for North Clay while Bryant Pestoff added eight.
In the 'B' game, the Knights won 33-16 and were paced by 11 points from Jacob Ninesling and nine from Brock Wheeler. Jordan Girton chipped in with five while Alex Jervis, Cam Guy, Cole Watts and Connor Bowman all added two.
The seventh grade came up on the short end of a 40-37 decision to the Warriors despite 10 points from Phillip Lalen and six from Dallas King.
Craig Peters added five for the Knights along with Larry Shaffer while Braden Parr and Travis Hakman each had four. Bryce Britton scored three for the Knights.
In the 'B' game, the Warriors were 40-23 winners despite five points apiece from Garrett Baysinger and Skyler Holifield.
Jordan Tracy rang up four points for North Clay.
Devin Clark had three points with Dakota Davis and Alec Coughanowr adding two. Trent Barnett scored a point in the game as well.
The seventh grade will host Otter Creek Monday while the eighth grade will travel to Otter Creek on Monday.