WILSON — After enduring every aspect of the spectrum Friday night in the semifinals, the Lone Grove Longhorns were looking for a sense of normalcy Saturday at the Black and Gold Classic.

WILSON — After enduring every aspect of the spectrum Friday night in the semifinals, the Lone Grove Longhorns were looking for a sense of normalcy Saturday at the Black and Gold Classic.   Lone Grove found what they needed as they claimed third place overall with a 50-40 victory over the Elmore City-Pernell Badgers to move to 4-2 on the season.   LGHS took a 20-13 lead after the first quarter, before the Badgers made a run, cutting the lead to just four points at 29-25 going into the break.   A 9-1 run though by the Longhorns in the third gave them some breathing space at 38-26, before the Badgers went on a 14-12 run to end the game.   Jackson Ramon led the Longhorns with 16 points followed by Jeshua Miller with 14 points.   Lone Grove is at home against Dickson Tuesday night.