“Yesterday in Sports” brings you the highlights from sports in Owensboro and Daviess County.
Girls’ basketball: Apollo, Daviess County (story here), Owensboro (story here), Owensboro Catholic (story here), Trinity (story here)
Boys’ basketball: Apollo vs. Trinity (story here), Daviess County (story here), Owensboro (story here)
Wrestling: Apollo, Daviess County, Owensboro
Apollo 55, Hancock County 47
The E-Gals (1-1) picked up a win behind strong outings from Lexi Shadowen and Kassidy Daugherty, who finished with 20 points and 17 points, respectively. Daugherty also finished with seven rebounds and four assists.
Other stat leaders for Apollo were Addison Carter (8 points, 5 rebounds), Floyd (4 points, 7 rebounds), Rhodes (4 points, 9 rebounds) and Green (2 points, 4 rebounds).
Apollo stays on the road next week at Union County on Tuesday and at Owensboro Catholic Friday for the first district game.
Apollo went 3-2 at Oldham County Super Duals, which featured 16 teams. Apollo defeated North Hardin, Jeffersonville (Ind.) and Western Hill before falling to Oldham County and Simon Kenton to finish in fourth place.
Joseph Morgan, Preston Mattingly, Samuel Ramirez and Jack Fuller went 5-0, and Jake Insko went 4-1.
Both the high school and middle school teams for Daviess County went 3-2 in their respective meets at Scott County.
Varsity wrestlers Reese Haight (145) and Conner Tolson (160) both went 5-0, and fourth-grader Jackson McCabe went 4-0 in the 70 pound middle school division.
Say Moe (heavyweight) and Brayden Davis (220) both went 4 -1 on the day for varsity.
Owensboro finished in 11th place at the Reitz Hill Classic. They only had seven out of the 14 weight classes covered.
Noah Kirkman (126) dominated his weight class, pinning four of his five opponents and defeating the fifth by major decision.
Aiden McLaughlin, who weighs only 81 pounds, finished fifth in the 106 weight class.
Others placing in the tournament where Jordan Neal, who finished sixth in 220, and Garrett Ogle, who finished eighth in 195.
Owensboro will travel to Frankfort on Saturday for the Franklin County Duals.
Apollo had 12 students compete at the Cardinal Classic on Friday and they finished in fifth place. Brianna Troutman was the top Archer with a score of 267 out of 300.