Pierce City boys prevailed 44-43 and the girls earned a 53-30 win.
The Eagles (9-9) let a 31-20 lead at the end of three quarters slip away in the fourth period against the Bulldogs (16-4).
"We drew up an isolation play for Cody (Fitchpatrick)," said Pierce City coach Matt Street. "We did a great job of executing it."
Pierce City's Cedric O'Hara fed the ball to Fitchpatrick who spun around for an easy layup to lift the Eagles to a 44-43 lead with 16 seconds left.
"Our seniors really stepped up and played hard tonight," said Street. "We expect a lot from those guys and tonight they delivered."
The green and white led 7-4 after the first period and went into halftime tied 17-17.
Scoring for Pierce City: Zach Hyde, 16 points; Fitchpatrick and O'Hara, 10 each; Colton Drollinger, 5; and Kole Kelley, 3.
The Pierce City Lady Eagles led wire-to-wire and claimed a 53-30 win against Liberal.
"It wasn't very pretty," said Pierce City coach Rob Guerin. "However, a win is a win. I thought our legs were tired. It was our sixth game in 10 days."
Peirce City led 17-4 at the end of the first period and 30-15 at halftime.
The Lady Eagles held a 37-20 lead after three periods and outscored Liberal 15-10 in the final frame.
Scoring for Liberal: Baylee Robertson, 13 points; Rachael Dugan, 7; Shaylee Stanley, 6; and Nicole Sprenkle and McKenna Higgins, 2 apiece.
Scoring for Pierce City: Krishna Merriman, 15 points; Emily Ashley, 10; Bailee Hayward, 8; Mattie Brottlund, 5; Shania Hogan, 3; Christine Younker and Amber Wagner, 2 each; and Emilee Sooter, 1.
The Eagles host Greenfield on Jan. 29 and the Lady Eagles host l
Lockwood on Feb. 1. Tipoff for both games is set for 6 p.m.