The championship game of the Tioga Tip-off Tournament featured a pair of the region’s best teams.

The Ray Lady Jays made a loud statement Friday night with a 78-42 win over Trinity Christian in the tournament title game.

The Lady Jays used a 34-11 edge in the opening period to break the game open.

Kendra Heier scored 11 points in the decisive period to pace Ray, while Haley Hodendield added 10.

Ray expanded its lead to 30 at intermission with a 20-13 edge in the second period.

Heier finished with 22 to pace the Lady Jays, while, Hodenfield scored 20. Hanna Gillund and Kendra Purdue each scored 10 points in the win.

Sarah Telehey scored 17 points in the loss for Trinity Christian.

Ray 78, TCS 42

R 34 20 14 10 - 78

TCS 11 13 6 12 - 42

Ray (78)

Hodenfield 20, Dolan 6, Nelson 2, Heier 22, Donnelly 4, Thoreson 2, Purdue 10, Nelson 2, Gillund 10 - 78

TCS (42)

McGlothlin 4, Telehey 17, Poole 11, Braaten 5, Kreft 2, Coppe 3 - 42

Third place

Trenton 61

Divide County 27

The Trenton Lady Tigers used a 16-4 edge in the opening period and never looked back en route to a 61-27 win over Divide County.

Trenton put the game away in the second half, as it outscored the Lady Maroons 30-8.

Autumn Hove, Maycie Brunelle and Madysen Houle each scored 11 points in the win for Trenton.

Kari Sabe scored nine points in the loss for Divide County.

Fifth place

Stanley 50, Burke County 30

The Stanley Lady Blue Jays used a 19-8 edge in the second period to pull away for a 50-30 win over Burke County in the fifth-place game of the season-opening tournament in Tioga.

Sabrina Skarsgard scored 21 points for Stanley, while Ceidra Mansfield added 18.

Lakin Peterson scored 16 points in the loss for Burke County.

Seventh place

Tioga 37, Powers Lake 29

Tioga outscored Powers Lake 19-10 over the course of the second and third periods Friday night en route to a 37-29 win.

Katie Larson scored 11 points in the win for Tioga.

Brianna Honrud led Powers Lake with 16 points.