Shawe used a dominating third quarter to pull away and post a 46-34 win over Rock Creek Academy at home on Tuesday in girls basketball.
The Hilltoppers led 21-14 at halftime but limited Rock Creek to just two points in the third quarter as Shawe pushed out to a 35-16 lead. The visiting Lions outscored Shawe 18-11 in the fourth but the damage had been done.
Freshmen Ava Turner and Harlee Hill led Shawe to victory. Turner had 14 points and nine rebounds while Hill had 12 points and 12 rebounds.
A third Hilltopper freshman, Allison Knoebel, scored nine points and had six assists to go along with four rebounds, and senior Lina Leatherman scored eight points.
Ryleigh Newton scored 20 points to lead Rock Creek.
Shawe, now 7-6 on the season, hosts Milan in an Ohio River Valley Conference matchup today and hosts South Central on Saturday.
Trimble boys beat Henry
Trimble County picked up its first win over Henry County in boys basketball in three years 65-58 at home in Bedford on Monday,
The Raiders, losers of six-straight games to Henry over that span, had four players score in double figures in the win. James Thomas Wilcoxson led Trimble with 22 points, Hunter Kelly and Dalton Penick scored 13 points each, and Ethan Horn had 11 points. Tate Ogburn had just six points but pulled down 15 rebounds.
Trimble, now 5-12 overall on the season, improves to 2-3 in the North Central Kentucky Conference and 2-2 in 31st District play. The Raiders travel to Owen County today and host Woodford County on Saturday.
Madison girls fall to Creek
Class 3A No. 4 Silver Creek had its way with Madison, rolling to a 76-43 win in girls basketball Tuesday in Sellersburg.
Junior Cam Cahall had 16 points and four rebounds to lead the Cubs while Casey Dyer had seven points and Cadence Traylor and Mary Johnson scored six points each. Taylor Lynch had five points, seven rebounds and five assists.
Madison, now 10-7 on the season, hosts Corydon Central on Saturday.
Lady Panthers knock off Wildcats
Carroll County posted a 60-57 win over Gallatin County at home in girls basketball on Tuesday.
The Panthers, now 6-8 overall, improved to 3-2 in the North Central Kentucky Conference and 3-1 in 31st District play. Carroll travels to Eminence on Friday and heads to Trimble County on Monday.
Henry rallies to beat Trimble
Henry County rallied in the second half to knock off Trimble County 48-44 in girls basketball in Bedford on Tuesday.
Trimble led 24-16 at the half but couldn’t hold back the LadyCats, who seized the lead late in the fourth quarter and held on for the win.
Addison Edmondson had 14 points to lead Trimble County while Gracie Jent and Danielle Craig added eight points each and Hannah Chilton added five points.
Trimble, now 1-15 overall, falls to 1-4 in North Central Kentucky Conference play and 1-3 in the 31st District. The Raiders host Owen County on Friday and Carroll County on Monday.
Carroll boys fall to Gallatin
Carroll County dropped a 69-44 decision at home to Gallatin County in boys basketball on Monday.
The Panthers, now 0-15 overall, fall to 0-5 in North Central Kentucky Conference play and 0-4 in the 31st District. Carroll travels to Eminence today and hosts Franklin County on Saturday.