Boys' basketball | Weaver has triple-double in Doss' victory over Jeffersontown

Dujuanta Weaver had 22 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists for his second triple-double of the season and Doss High School rolled past Jeffersontown 83-69 Friday night in boys’ basketball.

Montrell Little had a double-double with 18 points and 13 rebounds for the host Dragons (11-3).

Brandon Marshall scored 18 points for the Chargers 6-8).

Victor Billingslea scored 23 points to lead the visiting Bearcats (5-6), who overcame a 24-12 first-quarter deficit, outscoring the Eagles 43-25 over the second and third quarters.* Beth Haven 79, Portland Christian 69:

Jake Ryan scored 24 points for the Eagles (2-6).

: Senior Michael Griffin and sophomore Isaac Fields each scored 14 points, with Fields connecting on four 3-pointers off the bench, as the host Dragons (11-2) held off the Colonels (10-5).* South Oldham 62, Oldham County 58

Oldham County entered the fourth quarter with a 48-40 lead, but was outscored 22-10 in the final quarter.

Austin Willis scored 17 points for the Colonels.

: Jason Couch, head coach of the Rockets (10-5), notched his 300th career win as James Gordon IV scored 17 points against the visiting Bearcats (6-6).* Shelby County 76, Anderson Co. 50

Christian Estes scored 20 points to lead Anderson County.

: Aaron Eldridge scored 13 points to lead four players in double figures as the visiting Warriors (7-2) held off the Centurions (4-9).* Christian Academy Indiana 54, Christian Academy Louisville 51

Tony Colley scored 14 for CAL, which saw a three-point lead disappear when the Warriors outscored the Centurions 11-6 in the second quarter.

Jalen Perry scored 23 points and Kelan Martin and Quentin Snider had double-doubles to lead the Bruins (12-4) past the host Wildcats (10-3).* Ballard 87, Waggener 70:

Martin had 12 points and 11 rebounds and Snider had 12 points and 10 assists.

Devon Cooper scored 18 points for Waggener.

: Cameron Reed had 17 points and Trey Moses scored 14 as the host Eagles (11-3) defeated the Red Hawks (3-13).* Eastern 67, Seneca 49

: Tyler Sharpe scored 16 points and hit the winning basket as the visiting Chargers (13-1) beat the Wildcats (6-7).* Bullitt East 66, Whitefield Academy 64

Brandon Klefot scored 15 for Bullitt East.

James Daily scored 15 points and Andrew Patterson had 14 for Whitefield.

: Kittrell Withers connected on six 3-pointers and scored 24 points as the Warriors (7-5) defeated the visiting Vikings (1-6).* Western 80, Valley 50

Jerrell Johnson scored 13 points for Valley.

: Jalen Martin made seven 3-pointers and scored 29 points, as the visiting Raiders (12-2) beat the Mustangs (2-12).* Iroquois 88, Moore 60

Derio Little scored 20 points for Iroquois.

Trae Stott scored 21 points and Keonte Smith added 17 for Moore.

: The Generals (4-5) were led by Anthony Youngman, who scored 19 points in the win over the Bears (6-9).* Thomas Nelson 60, Spencer County 55

Jamal Downs and Cameron Fitts each scored 14 points for Spencer County.

: Bryce Overstreet scored 36 points and the visiting Titans (6-4) cruised past the Wyverns (7-4). Zack George added 22 points for Louisville Collegiate.* Collegiate 72, St. Francis 60

Len Adams scored 16 points and Stevie Mack added 15 for St. Francis.

Carson King scored 45 points to lift the Rebels (4-8) past the Golden Eagles (5-7).* Atherton 75, Shawnee 70:

: Joe Jackson and Daylin Johnson led the Tigers (11-4) with 15 points each in a win over the Trojans (2-10).* Fern Creek 79, Southern 55

Southern was led by Donquel Andrews with 20 points.

: Jared George scored 22 points to lead the Eagles (5-7) over the crosstown-rival Cougars (9-3).* North Bullitt 57, Bullitt Central 47

Bullitt Central was led by Zack Humphrey with 19 points.

: Peter Scott scored 13 points and Will Parker had 10 points and 10 rebounds to lead Male (6-6) over Central (3-9).* Male 62, Central 41

: Dwayne Sutton had a double-double, with 24 points and 15 rebounds, and Trey Boyd had 20 points to lead the Crimson (11-4) past the Bulldogs (6-8).* Manual 70, Fairdale 61

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