Scottsburg got off to a solid start, then built a 15-point lead by the end of the third quarter before holding off a late run by host Brownstown 55-49 Tuesday night in high school girls’ basketball.
The Warriorettes (13-7, 8-1 Mid-Southern) claimed a share of the conference title as Kelsey Smith led the way with 22 points. The Braves (8-9, 4-5) were led by Kaylee Bennett’s 16 points.
“We just play inconsistently,” said Brownstown coach Karla Rieckers. “We need to put together a complete 32-minute game.”
* Providence 28, Lanesville 21: Nichole Tucker scored nine points to lead the host Pioneers (11-9) over the Eagles (10-9).
* Borden 69, Clarksville 33: Kristen Nestor scored a game-high 16 points to lead the host Braves (12-6) over the Generals (4-17).
Abby Ellis chipped in 14 points for Borden. Bailey Sharp led Clarksville with 12.
Borden coach Terry Rademacher was presented a game ball after logging his 200th win in girls’ basketball Saturday against South Central.
* Henryville 39, Shawe Memorial 14: The Hornets (12-9) busted out to a 16-1 lead and smothered the host Hilltoppers (4-15) as Emily Hollis led the way with 13 points.