The Rosepine Eagles remained in a tie for second place in the District 4-2A standings on Tuesday with a 57-42 road win over the East Beauregard Trojans. Rosepine (16-7, 5-2) is tied with South Beauregard in the league standings as both are two games behind first-place Anacoco. The Eagles got 20 points from Julius Jackson in the victory, while Richard Palmer and Shane Longoria added 14 and 11 points, respectively. Corey Townsley paced East Beauregard (8-12, 2-5) with 16 points. East Beauregard takes on Starks in non-district play Friday, while the Eagles play host to fifth-ranked Anacoco in league action. Pitkin....45 Hornbeck...43 PITKIN The Pitkin Tigers won their fourth straight game on Tuesday, posting a 45-43 victory over the Hornbeck Hornets in a District 5-B contest. Pitkin (14-17) owned a 13-12 lead at the end of the first quarter and took that one-pont advantage over Hornbeck (18-14, 3-3) into the intermission, 23-22. The Hornets managed to tie the game heading into the fourth, but Pitkin held Hornbeck to six points over the final eight minutes to get the win. Trevor West led the Tigers with 16 points, while Blane Perkins chipped in with 13 points. Matthew Killian had 15 points to lead the Hornets, while Justin Alford and Cody Wilson finished with 10 points each. Pitkin is on the road on Friday at Fairview, while Hornbeck plays host to Singer. South Beauregard....57 Pickering....55 LONGVILLE The South Beauregard Golden Knights avenged an earlier district loss to the Pickering Red Devils on Tuesday, posting a 57-55 victory. South Beauregard improved to 15-9 overall, 5-2 in District 4-2A play, while Pickering dropped to 14-13 on the season, 4-3 in the league. The Red Devils owned a 35-30 lead at the break, but South Beauregard rallied in the second half to get the win. Ivan Robinson led South Beauregard with 21 points, while Kain Hungerford finished with 14 points. Joey Smith had 17 points to lead the Red Devils, while Andre Belton finished with 12 points. South Beauregard is at home on Friday against DeQuincy, while Pickering visits Vinton. Plainview....45 Hicks....42 HICKS The Hicks Pirates opened District 6-C play on Tuesday against the 10th-ranked Plainview Hornets, falling by the score of 45-42. Plainview (27-7, 1-0) got a game-high 16 points from Ryan Dyer as the Hornets will be taking on Elizabeth on Friday. Hicks (10-21, 0-1), which will host Reeves on Friday, got 15 points from Joseph Carman, along with nine points each from Devin Kirschener and Michael Borders. Fairview....100 Simpson...54 SIMPSON The sixth-ranked Fairview Panthers (24-6, 6-0) had five players score in double figures on Tuesday in a District 5-B win over the Simpson Broncos, 100-54. Jake Howard led Fairview with 18 points, while Colby Marler and Tyler Maddox added 17 and 16 points, respectively. Cody Neal chipped in with 14 points and Justin Fontenot had 11 points. Simpson (9-22, 1-5) got a career-high 15 points from Hunter Woodham, while Blake Edwards and Kyle Myers added 13 and 10 points, respectively. The Panthers are at home on Friday against Pitkin, while Simpson visits Evans.