Owensboro Catholic won their game in the Kentucky Vintage Tees Classic at Breckinridge County, and Daviess County suffered a rare loss against McCracken County.
McCracken Co. 67, DCHS 55
Daviess County took to the road to take on McCracken County, but they were defeated 67-55.
Both teams came right out of the gate with their shooting game as Kennedy Lane made 4 threes in the first quarter to help DCHS to 18 points, but DC struggled to hold McCracken as they gained a 25-18 lead at the end of the quarter. The Lady Panthers were held to just 4 points in the second quarter while McCracken scored 12 to lead 37-22 at halftime. Daviess County kept the scoring close in the third quarter as they were barely outscored 18-17 in the third. Despite scoring 16 points to McCracken’s 12 in the final quarter, DCHS lost 67-55.
Lane’s 5 threes and 18 points led the Lady Panthers in scoring. Zoey Beehn followed close behind with 17 points. Lily Hoagland scored 14 points on the night as well.
OCHS 76, Louisville Central 58
Owensboro Catholic played against Louisville Central as part of the Kentucky Vintage Tees Classic in Breckinridge County, and they went home victorious after a comfortable 76-58 win.
Both offenses found their rhythms early as Catholic barely outscored Central 20-18 in the first quarter. Central outscored OCHS 15-11 in the second quarter to take a 33-31. The Lady Aces had a balanced 18-point scoring effort in the third quarter to extend their lead. They didn’t let their foot off the gas in the final quarter as they outscored Central 27-11 to close out the game at 76-58.
Jenna Krampe and Hailee Johnson combined for 45 points to lead the Lady Aces in scoring. Krampe shot 7 of 7 from the free throw line as part of her 23 points, and Johnson shot 12 of 15 from the line as part of her 22 points. Delaney Cooper and Aubrey Randolph both scored 10 points on the night as well.