LAUREL HILL — How good is Darcel Austin's crew in Laurel Hill?

Beating an 8A foe in Niceville is a good sign.

Martavious Toles had 25 points and 14 rebounds, Samuel Durm delivered 21 points and 11 rebounds and Mason Cooper had 17 points, 13 rebounds and seven assists to lead the 1A Hoboes boys basketball team to a 77-71 win on Saturday over the visiting Eagles.

Trey Green-Harris led the Eagles with 21 points, Jai May had 16 points and Myles Meyers had 10 points.

Laurel Hill (2-2) travels to Graceville on Thursday, while Niceville (1-3) hosts Fort Walton Beach tonight.

Laurel Hill 85, Ponce de Leon 45

Durm scored 22 points, Cooper added 18 and Toles and Trey Williams each added 10 points in the win.

Fort Walton Beach 66, Milton 50

Jack Lavin knocked down eight 3-pointers as part of a 24-point effort and the Vikings defeated Milton Saturday night.

Six of Lavin's 3s came in the second quarter, when the Vikings outscored Milton 26-6. Earnest Riggs added 10 points and 12 assists and Tobias Sansbury added 14 points for the Vikings, who travel to Niceville tonight.

FWB 72, Arnold 43

Lavin had 15 points and Hudson Robinson and Karsen Barrett each had 12 points in the Vikings' win.

Pensacola 76, FWB 68

Despite 22 points from Calvin Payton and 19 points from Riggs, the Vikings fell to the Tigers.

Paxton 64, Malone 46

The Bobcats (1-1) responded from a loss at Crestview with a district-opening win.

Wrestling

Border Wars

Paced by Jack Johnson's title at 160 pounds, Niceville finished sixth out of 24 teams at South Walton High's Border Wars.

Johnson, a senior and the defending state champion, defeated the Louisiana state champion in the semifinals and the Georgia state champion in the finals en route to capturing two Outstanding Wrestler awards.

The other top-four finishers from Niceville were heavyweight Darius Pena (runner-up) and Sam Williams (fourth at 145 pounds).

For South Walton, which placed 14th, Ethan Pickren won at 132 pounds and Seth Weinthal finished fourth at 126 pounds.

Fort Walton Beach, which finished 20th, didn't have a top-four finisher.

Girls Soccer

Choctaw 3, Crestview 0

Carolyn Castelin, Kaden Carter and Kassandra Fairly each scored and Abby Freeman delivered the clean sheet in the Indians' win.

D'Aun Riggs, Emily McGovern and Jessie Fairly each had an assist for Choctaw, which travels to West Florida Tech tonight for a 7 p.m. kickoff.

FWB 6, Pensacola 1

The Vikings (7-2, 5-1 district) had a balanced scoring attack from six players, including seniors Kaylah Butterworth and Elaina Davies, sophomores Lauren Mai and Kayla Siebert and freshmen Hayden Steele and Emma Daldine. Goalkeeper Maddie Phillips and her defense held the Tigers scoreless until a late goal.

The Vikings next face regional rival Mosley tonight at Steve Riggs Stadium at 7 p.m.

Rocky Bayou 3, Freeport 0

Alicyn Grete scored two goals and Allison Sambenedetto found the back of the net to move the Knights to 5-1-1.

Jacqueline Beauchamp added an assist and Rominey Willner blocked a penalty kick for the Knights, who travel to Port St. Joe Friday night.

Boys Soccer

Rocky Bayou 1, Freeport 1

Luke Kirspel scored for the Knights in the draw. Rocky Bayou (1-2-1) next travels to Port St. Joe on Friday.