Trinity 65, Owensboro 59
The Lady Raiders (10-17) got double-digit scoring from four players to pick up a home win over the Lady Devils (12-16). Owensboro’s Amaya Curry had a game-high 21 points and teammate Tayonna Greer added 20.
Cassidy Morris hit three 3-pointers and scored 13 of her 19 points in the second half to help Trinity hold on for a win. The Lady Raiders used scoring from five players in the opening period to take a 16-10 lead.
Greer and Curry combined for 14 points in the second quarter to cut the deficit to 29-26 at the half. After an even third frame, Trinity used 11 points from Josie Aull to add to their lead in the fourth.
Aull finished with 14 points, while Nina Wathen and Morgan Kinsey each added 12. Trinity went 21-for-24 at the free throw line.
Owensboro: Amaya Curry 21, Tayonna Greer 20, Mykael Winstead 5, Tamia Smith 5, Melia Moorman 4, Victoria Whitlock 4
Trinity: Cassidy Morris 19, Josie Aull 14, Nina Wathen 12, Morgan Kinsey 12, Savannah Aull 4, Georgia Howard 2, Katherine Hibbitt 2
McLean County 43, Apollo 37
The E-Gals (16-11) fought back form an early hole to take a late lead at home, but the Lady Cougars (13-14) were able to come away with a win.
McLean County jumped in front early for a 13-8 lead after the first quarter and they kept their distance for a 23-19 lead at the half.
Apollo stayed close throughout the third period, and Amber Dunn hit a jumper and Lexi Shadowen followed with a 3-pointer in the closing minute to put the E-Gals up 32-31 heading into the fourth.
The Lady Cougars went back in front 35-34 midway though the final period, and they never trailed again.
Kassidy Daugherty led Apollo with 14 points and Shadowen added 11.
McLean Co. 13-10-8-12–43
Apollo: Kassidy Daugherty 14, Lexi Shadowen 11, Amber Dunn 7, Addison Carter 5
Owensboro Catholic 49 (20-7), Henderson County 45
The Lady Aces (21-7) prevailed on the road in a physical matchup with the Lady Colonels (13-6) that came down to the wire.
Scoring was slow going early, as Catholic only held a 7-5 lead after one quarter. Henderson County used a 10-2 run to close the second period for a 23-17 lead at the half.
The Lady Aces used 10 points from Sarah Beth Clemens and a 6-0 run of their own in the third quarter to go in front 34-31 heading into the final frame.
After some back-and-forth midway through the quarter, Clemens hit two free throws for a 47-45 lead with 6.9 to play. Another pair of free throws by Hannah McKay then sealed the win.
Clemens led the way with 18 points, all in the second half. McKay and Spencer Harvey each added 10.
O. Catholic 7-10-17-15–49
Henderson Co. 5-18-8-14–45
O. Catholic: Sarah Beth Clemens 18, Hannah McKay 10, Spencer Harvey 10, Caroline Reid 5, Isabella Henning 4, Madelyn Lyon 2
Webster County 75, Trinity 51
The Raiders (13-14) fell too far behind in the first half and weren’t able to close the gap in a road loss to the Trojans (14-13).
Trinity wasn’t able to score in the opening period, fall into a 21-0 hole, and they trailed 41-18 at the half. Webster County added to their lead in the third, though the Raiders made that ground back up over the final period.
Trenton Morris lead Trinity with 12 points. Nine others got on the board for the Raiders.
Webster Co. 21-20-20-14–75
Trinity: Trenton Morris 12, Devin Rhinerson 8, Bailey Wright 7, Cade Mills 6, Sam Russelburg 4, Landon Hall 4, Kevin Foster 3, Ethan Howard 3, Brenden Wathen 2, Ben Goetz 2