Feb. 5 — Boys’ basketball: OHS, OCHS, DCHS, AHS, THS

February 5, 2019 | 11:20 pm

Updated February 5, 2019 | 11:35 pm

Peyton Survant looks to pass in Owensboro Catholic's win over Webster County. | Photo by Marc Ray

Owensboro 73, Bowling Green 65
The Red Devils (16-7) used a strong final quarter to get an important road win over the Purples (20-5), who lead the standings in the 4th Region.

Owensboro started with a balanced attack to take a 22-12 advantage after the first quarter. Bowling Green responded and put up 28 points in the second to take a 40-35 lead into the break.

Gavin Wimsatt and Darrion Wimsatt scored 7 points each in the third quarter to help the Devils go up by 1 point heading into the final period. Amari Wales scored 8 in the fourth as Owensboro pulled away for the win.

Gavin and Darrion both scored 17, Wales finished with 13, and Jaiden Greathouse added 11 for the Devils.

Owensboro 22-13-17-21–73
Bowling Green 12-28-11-14–65
Owensboro: Gavin Wimsatt 17, Darrion Wimsatt 17, Amari Wales 13, Jaiden Greathouse 11, Isaac Humphrey 7, Aireon Phillips 5, Dante Greer 3

Owensboro Catholic 57, Webster County 44
John Parker scored 22 points to lead the Aces (15-8) past the Trojans (12-12) at home.

Five different players got on the board for Owensboro Catholic in the first quarter as they built a 14-8 lead. Parker scored 10 points in the second as the Aces extended the lead to 27-20 by halftime.

Owensboro Catholic vs. Webster County | Photo by Marc Ray

Ty Vincent added 6 points in the third as Owensboro Catholic continued to pull away, and Parker scored 6 more in the final frame. Vincent finished with 11 points.

Webster Co. 8-12-13-11–44
O. Catholic 14-13-17-13–57
O. Catholic: John Parker 22, Ty Vincent 11, Drew Hartz 9, Brian Griffith 8, Peyton Survant 5, Andrew Riney 2

McLean County 63, Daviess County 58
The Panthers (9-12) got off to a good start but they fell behind in the third quarter in a road loss to the Cougars (9-12). Dakota Walden scored 35 for Daviess County.

Walden had 8 points in the opening frame as the Panthers took a 17-13 lead, and they managed to stay in front for a 26-25 advantage through halftime.

The Cougars used a 20-14 third quarter to take a slim lead heading into the final period. Walden scored 12 in the fourth but it wasn’t enough for the Panthers to make a comeback.

Daviess Co. 17-9-14-18–58
McLean Co. 13-12-20-18–63
Davies Co.: Dakota Walden 35, Gavan Ray 8, Chase Luckett 7, Mason Payne 7, Logan Hillard 3

Ohio County 56, Trinity 46
The Raiders (13-12) closed the game strong but it wasn’t enough to overcome a slow third quarter, and the Eagles (14-12) were able to hold on for a win at home.

Ohio County went up 15-9 after one period and extended their advantage to 29-21 by halftime. Devin Rhinerson scored 7 points in the second quarter for Trinity.

Will Edge hit the only bucket for the Raiders in the third as they faced a 41-25 deficit heading into the final frame. Trenton Morris scored 7 of the team’s 24 points in the fourth, but Trinity didn’t have enough to totally recover.

Trinity 9-12-4-24–46
Ohio Co. 15-14-12-13–56
Trinity: Trenton Morris 12, Landon Hall 8, Devin Rhinerson 8, Joe Brown 7, Will Edge 6, Denver Dickens 2, Ethan Howard 2, Sam Russelburg 1

Henderson County 76, Apollo 52
The Eagles (3-22) came out strong but weren’t able to keep up in a road loss to the Colonels (13-9).

Apollo used balanced scoring to take a 19-17 lead through the first quarter. A big run by Henderson County put them on top in the second quarter, and they held a 38-27 advantage at the half.

The Colonels continued to add to the lead over the final two frames. Harrison Bowman led the Eagles with 13 points.

Apollo 19-8-13-12–52
Henderson Co. 17-21-22-26–76
Apollo: Harrison Bowman 13, Ladon Hamilton 9, Cameron Frantz 8, Malik Wilson 7, Dan St. Claire 7, Evan Daton 6, Darius Rigdon 2

February 5, 2019 | 11:20 pm

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