Kevin Zollman scored 21 points to help Lanesville end a four-game losing streak as the Eagles held off visiting Tecumseh 57-54 Saturday night in high school boys’ basketball.
The Eagles (10-8) led 55-54 when the Braves (6-10) missed, and Harrison Wells grabbed a rebound with 20 seconds left and hit both free throws after he was fouled.
Alex Hall paced Tecumseh with 18 points, and Adam Grannan added 17.
Lanesville is off until Feb. 15, when it plays host to Crothersville.
“We responded well and played hard,” assistant Brian Book said. “They bounced back and showed a lot of character. It (the layoff) gives us a chance to work on some little things and recharge our batteries.”
* Borden 59, Rock Creek 53: The Braves (13-2) trailed 17-10 and then used a 22-6 second quarter to turn the table before holding on against the host Lions (7-11).
“We started out slow and picked it up in the second quarter,” Borden coach Doc Nash said. “We just attacked a little differently against their zone and made a few shots. It was a big win for us.”
Michael Lynch led the Braves with 14 points, and Garrett Vick added 13. Will Brown led the Lions with 11 points.
* Eastern Pekin 51, Christian Academy 49: R.J. Jackson scored 19 points to lead the visiting Musketeers (7-9) past the Warriors (7-9). Aaron Hayes topped Christian Academy with 28 points.
* New Washington 48, Trinity Lutheran 39: Tim Cochran scored 11 points and Ian Hughes chipped in nine points and nine rebounds as the host Mustangs (8-9) upended the Cougars (5-12).
Luke Stuckwisch paced Trinity Lutheran with 14 points.
* Brownstown 72, Paoli 53: Chaz Schneider scored a game-high 19 points and dished out six assists as the visiting Braves (15-1) decked the Rams (10-5). Skylar Thompson added 18 points.
Paoli was led by Tanner Wroblewski’s 16 points and eight rebounds.
* Bloomington South 68, Scottsburg 33: Johnny Yager scored 15 points and Tucker Blackwell added 11 as the Panthers (8-8) built a 23-point halftime lead and cruised past the host Warriors (3-14).
Christian Evans paced Scottsburg with 12 points.
* Edgewood 59, Orleans 54: Trevor Selburg netted a game-high 26 points as the Mustangs (9-8) got past the host Bulldogs (8-9).
“(Edgewood) made some plays down the stretch against us defensively,” Orleans assistant Mark Wheeler said. “We also turned the ball over a few times late, and they capitalized on it.”
The Bulldogs got 16 points from Trey Bradley and 15 from Cale Hale.
A handful of Indiana high school basketball games scheduled for Saturday were postponed or canceled.
The most prominent postponement was the Hoosier Hills Conference matchup between Jennings County and host New Albany. It has been rescheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 19.
The Salem at Seymour boys’ game was postponed to Feb. 12.
The Medora at Crothersville boys’ game was postponed with no immediate makeup date. The Paoli at South Knox girls’ game was canceled and will not be made up. The girls’ sectional tournaments is set to begin Tuesday.