Quentin Snider and Kelan Martin had 23 and 21 points, respectively, as Ballard thumped Atherton 93-42 Friday night in high school boys’ basketball.
Snider and Martin also hit three 3-pointers each for the host Bruins (21-5).
Carson King paced Atherton (6-13) with 21 points.
Snider needs 27 points to break Allen Houston’s all-time school record. Ballard will play at Eastern tonight at 7:30.
In other games:
: Jarred George hit a 10-foot jumper in the lane with three seconds left as the Eagles (13-7) clawed past the Bearcats (8-10). George had 13 points to go with his game-winner. Dominique Ellis led the winners with 17 points. Despite Austin Streble and Cody Mikel’s 20- and 19-point efforts, Beth Haven couldn’t pull it out.* North Bullitt 59, Franklin County 57
: Dai’Von Thompson had 14 points and Marshall Firman had 12 for the Yellowjackets (7-13) in their win over the Golden Eagles (7-12). LaCari Edmonson hit three 3-pointers to go along with his team-high 13 points for Shawnee.* Central 56, Shawnee 51
: Waggener (13-7) defeated the visiting Crimson, largely thanks to senior Rodderick Maddox and sophomore Tony Washington. Washington led Waggener with 19 points, while Maddox recorded a double-double of 16 points and 14 rebounds. Dwayne Sutton led Manual with 18 points.* Waggener 67, Manual 57
: The Shamrocks (20-3) defeated the visiting Warriors (10-8), leading almost the entire game. Trey Ivory and and Daniel Ramser each had 16 points for Trinity, and Ramser added 10 rebounds, giving him a double-double. Chris McCraw led Western’s scoring with nine points.* Trinity 62, Western 39
: The Raiders (17-3) defeated the Tigers (14-9) with leading scorer Troy Smith putting 26 points on the board. Senior Devon Johnson scored 18 points for the Raiders. Leading scorer for the Tigers was Shawn Best with 19 points, and teammate Demetrius Stanton added 17 points.* Iroquois 77, Fern Creek 70
: The Dragons (15-2) used a slew of 3-pointers to bury the Wildcats (12-7), connecting on nine attempts. Kyle Young and Michael Griffin led South Oldham with 16 and 12 points, respectively, while Caleb Beckham of Gallatin led all scorers with 17 points.* South Oldham 81, Gallatin County 42
: The visiting Centurions (8-12) went home with a win over the Mustangs (10-12) with leading scorer David Scott hitting for 16 points. Senior Charles Batuello added 14 points for the Centurions. The Mustangs were led by junior Johnathan Henry with 33 points.* Christian Academy 74, North Oldham 60
The Bearcats (14-8) defeated the visiting Titans (7-9) with leading scorer Zach Lyles putting up 16 points. The Titans were led by Bryce Overstreet with 15 points.* Kentucky Country Day 65, Collegiate 44 :
: Holy Cross (17-6) defeated host Bullitt Central (15-6) when Aaron Stahl hit a 3-point shot with 30 seconds left to tie the game and teammate Michael Ray hit a last-second buzzer-beater. Leading scorer for Holy Cross was senior Dominque Mack with 15 points.* Holy Cross 48, Bullitt Central 46
The visiting Panthers (19-5) placed six players in double figures to more than offset a 42-point night from Jacob Mills of the Vikings (1-11). Antonio McDaniels led the way for PRP with 14 points, Richard Gaines had 13, Brandon Cranford, Lamontray Harris and Dangelo Hunter with 12 each and Drew Glass with 10. Mills hit six 3-point shots for Valley. Senior Brett Bourland led Bullitt Central with 16 points.* Pleasure Ridge Park 91, Valley 55:
: Cory Thomas poured in 39 points as the host Bulldogs (9-13) won a close one over the Bears (7-12). Jeremiah Bell had 20 points for Butler.* Fairdale 69, Butler 64
: Dujaunte Weaver and Montrel Little led the visiting Dragons (16-5) with 21 and 18 points, respectively.* Doss 77, Southern 47
: Austin Young led all scorers with 24 points in a win for the Wildcats (17-6) over the host Bears (7-15). Cameron Fitts and Justin Miller led Spencer County with 13 and 12 points, respectively. Henry County used a strong third quarter to close out the Bears.* Henry County 59, Spencer County 53
: The Colonels (17-5) defeated the visiting Pioneers (11-8). Taylor Morrison led Simon Kenton with 21 points, while Austin Wills led Oldham County with 19 points.* Oldham County 72, Simon Kenton 65