Girls’ Basketball recap (Dec. 2): DCHS, OHS, OCHS, THS

December 3, 2023 | 12:04 am

Updated December 3, 2023 | 5:22 am

The Owensboro Sportscenter hosted the Independence Bank Classic that saw Owensboro Catholic, Daviess County and Owensboro compete and walk away with victories. Meanwhile, Trinity suffered a tough loss at home. 


 Owensboro played two games in the Independence Bank Classic. In their first game they played Butler, and they fell short losing 52-66. They had more success in their second game against North Hardin where they won 53-51 in a close game. Individual stats are currently unavailable.

DCHS 47, Franklin County 45

Daviess County squeezed out a win in a close game against Franklin County. Daviess COunty started off behind after they trailed 16-12 at the end of the first quarter. They captured the lead going into halftime, and outscored Franklin by one point in the second half scoring 21 points to their 20 to etch out the win. 

Leading the Lady Panthers in scoring was Lane Kennedy with 17 points. Kennedy also finished the game shooting 6 of 8 from the free throw line. Following her was Lily Hoagland with 13 points.

OCHS 70, Evansville Mater Dei 45

Catholic had a comfortable 70-45 win in their matchup against Evansville Mater Dei. OCHS took the game by the helm early on as they quickly gained a 27-12 lead by the end of the first quarter. 

The Lady Aces had four players score in the double digits during the match. Leading the scoring was Hailee Johnson with 17 points. Johnson also went 3 for 3 at the free throw line. She was followed by Karmin Riley with 15 points, Aubrey Randolph with 12 points and Jenna Krampe with 10 points. 

Calloway County 66, THS 36

Trinity hosted Calloway county in a game that saw them suffer a tough 66-36 loss. THS kept the game close in the first half being down by 6 at halftime. Calloway scored 22 points to compared to Trinity’s 9 in the third quarter to run away with the lead. 

Leading the Lady Raiders in scoring was Sarah Payne with 9 points. Kenzie McDowell followed with 8 points.

December 3, 2023 | 12:04 am

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