Boys' basketball roundup | Quentin Snider leads Ballard over Manual 78-70

Quentin Snider went 9 for 9 at the free-throw line in the fourth quarter to help Ballard nail down its 78-70 victory over Manual on Friday night in a boys’ high school basketball game played at Bellarmine University.

Snider finished with 21 points and Kelan Martin had 17 points and 10 rebounds for the Bruins (25-5).

Trey Boyd and Dewayne Sutton each scored 18 points for the Crimsons (17-10).

Jeremiah Boyd hit a free throw with 12 seconds remaining to lift the Redhawks (7-20) over the host Generals (15-10), who had sent the game to overtime at 79-all on Cameron Morgeson’s free throw with no time showing on the clock. Boyd finished with 15 points for Seneca, which got 17 points and 10 rebounds from Brandon Trotter and 14 points and 18 rebounds from Chris Coffey. Anthony Youngman scored 35 and Morgeson 21 for Thomas Nelson.* Seneca 87, Thomas Nelson 86 (OT):

Semaj Ingram (20 points) and Roddrick Maddox (16) led the host Wildcats (15-8), who jumped out to leads of 24-8 in the first quarter and 41-12 at the half. Deonte Johnson scored 10 points for the Golden Eagles (7-16).* Waggener 73, Shawnee 30:

Raymond Spalding had 22 points and seven rebounds to lift the Shamrocks (24-5) past the visiting Centurions (11-15). Tre’ Ivory had 10 points, six rebounds and eight assists for Trinity. Austin Rehm and Tony Colley led Christian Academy with nine points each.* Trinity 81, Christian Academy 49:

: Hayden Hawes scored 16 points to lead the host Colonels (20-6) over the Rebels (16-9). Carson Williams scored 18 for Owen County.* Oldham County 52, Owen County 50

: William Johnson scored 11 points and the Bears (10-14), who took a 32-25 lead in the first half, held on to upset the Tigers (20-6) at Butler. Robert Shaw had 17 points and Andrew Marquess 15 for St. X.* Butler 51, St. Xavier 48

Peter Scott scored 17 points and Brand Horne and Jalen Baker had nine each as 13 players scored for the host Bulldogs (14-14), who shot 63.5 percent (33 of 5), including 10 of 16 on 3-pointers. William Rainey and Ryan Daves led the Rebels (6-17) with 12 points apiece.* Male 80, Atherton 47:

The visiting Colts (19-7) got 13 points from Chase Shellman and topped the Mustangs (11-16).* DeSales 51, North Oldham 32:

: Cory Thomas scored 33 points as the visiting Bulldogs (11-17) defeated the Trojans (5-17). Caleb Longacre also added 14 points for Fairdale. Donquel Andrews scored 16 points and John Marshall added 10 for Southern.* Fairdale 67, Southern 56

: Keenan Cochran scored 18 points and James Gordon IV added 14 as the Rockets (14-14) topped the host Wildcats (15-11). Caleb Beckham led Gallatin with 13.* Shelby County 55, Gallatin County 48

: Ricky Dunnavan connected on four 3-pointers and he and Dominique Ellis each scored 14 points as the host Eagles (21-7) extended their winning streak to 17. Colin Ferguson scored 18 points and Malyiek McCray added 15 for the Bearcats (16-9).* North Bullitt 59, KCD 51

: Brandon Marshall scored 19 points and Daniel Williams had 15 to lead the Chargers (14-13) in an upset of the host Raiders (19-7). Derio Little scored 16 and Eric Forehand had 14 for Jeffersontown.* Iroquois 62, Jeffersontown 57

Kittrell Withers scored 38 points to lift the Warriors (13-8) past the host Panthers (21-7). Antonio McDaniels led PRP with 27 points and Lamontray Harris had 17 points and 12 rebounds.Western 85, PRP 80:

: The host Titans (23-3) defeated the Bulldogs (16-7) behind Ralphael Stone’s 21 points. Patrick Anderson and William King scored 13 each to lead John Hardin.Collins 63, John Hardin 48

: Justin Richardson and Russell Vaden scored 14 points each as the visiting Mustangs (3-23) broke a 17-game losing streak. Jacob Mills had 19 points for the Vikings (3-15).Moore 66, Valley 53

Austin Howard scored 15 points as the visiting Eagles (19-7) beat the Yellowjackets (8-18). Trey Moses also had 14 for Eastern. Daivon Thompson paced Central with 19 points.Eastern 69, Central 56:

Victor Billingslea scored 20 points to lead the Bearcats (10-13) over the Cougars (5-21) in a tournament semifinal. Beth Haven will play the winner of Portland Christian-Evangel at 4 p.m. today. Riley Worstell scored 13 points for Calvary.* Beth Haven 60, Calvery Christian 45:

Jake Ryan led Portland Christian (5-14) with 27 points to knock off Heritage Academy (3-17), which was led by Daniel Vargas with 30 points. Portland Christian will face Evangel at 10 a.m. today, with the winner advancing to the final to play Beth Haven.Portland Christian 71, Heritage Academy 64:

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