Crawford County jumped out to a 10-4 lead, but visiting Providence, the No. 4-ranked team in Class 2-A, responded with a 11-0 run and never looked back, cruising to a 47-34 victory Tuesday night in boys’ basketball.
The Wolfpack defense was stout, allowing only two points in the second quarter and seven in the third quarter.
Nano Grantz scored 10 points to lead the Pioneers (11-1).
George Knott and Dalton Duley added nine each for the winners. Jordan Nickelson scored a game-high 12 points for the Wolfpack (10-3).
* New Washington 56, Brownstown 51: The host Mustangs (13-2) made 27 of 39 free throws — including 17 of 23 in the final period — to down the Braves (6-7) for their seventh consecutive win.
Ashley Johnson paced New Washington by hitting 10 of 14 free throws overall and totaling 16 points. Caroline Ricks chipped in 14.
Trinity Booher led Brownstown with a game-high 19 points.
* Corydon 53, North Harrison 49: The visiting Panthers (12-5, 5-2 Mid-Southern) defeated the Lady Cats (6-10, 2-4) behind 20 points from Marie Rothrock, who hit all seven free throws.
Symphony LeJeune had 11 points for Corydon. Jill Book led North Harrison with 19.
* Madison 79, Scottsburg 68: The host Cubs (13-3) placed five scorers in double figures, exploded for 45 points in the second half and breezed past the Warriorettes (10-5).
Madison hit 31 of 51 shots. Olivia Crozier led the way with 18 points, and Macky Hecox added 14. Ashley Elliott paced Scottsburg with 20 points.
* Henryville 44, Christian Academy 26: The host Hornets (10-6) used a 14-3 fourth quarter to pull away from the Warriors (3-11).
Haley Huddleston and Emily Hollis scored 10 apiece for Henryville. Christian Academy was led by Nicole Kauchak’s 13 points.
* Eastern Pekin 66, Clarksville 34: Krista Roberts poured in a school-record 38 points and pulled down 12 rebounds as the host Musketeers (8-8, 2-4 Mid-Southern) throttled the Generals (3-14, 0-7).
Abby Hurtgen paced Clarksville with 11 points.
* Providence 92, Rock Creek 22: The visiting Pioneers (9-7) hit 50 percent of their shots against the Lions (0-16).
Meredith Endris had 26 points for Providence, and Marlee Karem added 20.
Holly Whitworth and Christie Scholl each had six for Rock Creek.