Oldenburg Academy got past host Henryville 45-33 to secure the Henryville Tip-Off Tournament championship Saturday evening in high school girls’ basketball.
The Twisters (3-0) got a game-high 18 points from sophomore Kirsten Ricke.
Emily Hollis, a freshman, led Henryville (3-1) with 12.
* Providence 55, Medora 34: The Pioneers spurted to a 22-5 first-quarter lead and toppled the Hornets to claim third place at the Henryville Tip-Off Tournament.
Meredith Endris and Taylor Smallwood paced Providence (2-1) with 12 points apiece. Nichole Tucker and Michaela Hoke each added eight.
Medora was led by Ashley Lambert (11) and Hannah Elkins (10).
* Eastern Pekin 58, Southwestern 48: Krista Roberts had 18 points and 11 rebounds and Donnelle Rogers had 18 points and 10 rebounds as the Musketeers (1-1) held off the Rebels (0-2).
Eastern Pekin outrebounded Southwestern 35-17.
The Rebels got 25 points from Sydnie McKinley.
* New Albany 67, Evansville North 44: Tanner Marcum turned in a game-high 21 points and collected seven steals as the Bulldogs defeated the host Huskies.
Temple Ricke and Jenna Shine scored 13 apiece for New Albany (1-0).
“We played with intensity today and had a lot of kids step up and play well,” Bulldogs coach Tammy Geron said. “We played solid defense, and that’s something we’re going to have to do all season to be successful. It was nice to go on the road and get a win.”
Evansville North (0-2) was led by Jazmyn Hardiman’s 13.
* New Washington 70, Shawe Memorial 18: Caroline Ricks netted 17 points and Kriston Sarver chipped in 16 as the visiting Mustangs (2-0) walloped the Hilltoppers (0-1).
New Washington led 29-0 after one quarter.
Jenna Armstong led Shawe with 10 points.
* Bedford North Lawrence 69, Mitchell 36: Five players reached double figures as the Stars (1-0) decked the Bluejackets (1-1).
Jenna Allen led Bedford with 14 points, and Brittani Rizzi added 12.
Mitchell’s Mia Burton led all scorers in defeat with 16 points.
* Madison 37, Switzerland County 2: The Cubs (1-0) held the host Pacers (0-1) scoreless in the first half before the game was called in the first minute of the third quarter because of a leaking air-conditioning unit.
Macky Hecox led Madison with 14 points.