Girls' basketball | Iroquois edges Fern Creek in 2 OTs

Girls' basketball | Iroquois edges Fern Creek in 2 OTs

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Girls' basketball | Iroquois edges Fern Creek in 2 OTs

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Tiffany Brown scored a game-high 28 points and Keishana Render had 22 points and 17 rebounds to help lead Iroquois High School to an 88-82 victory in double overtime over host Fern Creek on Friday night in girls’ basketball.

Brown scored 14 points in the two overtimes for the Raiders (7-9) after the teams ended regulation tied at 65. The score after the first overtime was 74-74.

“Our top player fouled out in the third (quarter) and Brown put the team on her back,” Iroquois coach Robert Taylor said.

Shelbi Knauer scored 22 and Nsasa Makando had 20 for Fern Creek (8-13).

: Lexi Graham scored 21 points and Stephanie Still had 10 blocks to lead host Bullitt Central (11-11) to an overtime over Holy Cross (10-9). The teams ended regulation tied at 56.Bullitt Central 62, Holy Cross 59 (OT)

Belle Leonard added 15 for Bullitt Central.

Josie Hockman scored 18 points and Olivia Morabito had 15 for Holy Cross.

: Nannilena White and Malaka Frank had 18 points each to help the Eagles (18-4) take down the Valkyries (18-6).* Franklin County 60, Sacred Heart 54

Franklin County converted 20 of 24 from the foul line, with White knocking down 8 of 10.

DaiJia Ruffin paced Sacred Heart with 18 points.

: Guards Eriel McKee scored 25 points and Makenzie Cann scored 15 to lead the Bearcats (17-4) against the visiting Jaguars (10-11).* Anderson County 70, Mercy 50

Hannah Bewley, Malerie Martin and Elizabeth Anderson combined for 30 of Mercy’s 50 points.

: Kiara Pearl poured in a game-high 18 points to help lead the Chargers (8-12) over the Mustangs (2-17). Day­shea White led Moore with 10.* Jeffersontown 47, Moore 42

: Tereka Guyn scored 22 points and sophomore Bailey Hawkins had 15 as the visiting Cardinals (13-10) defeated the Bulldogs (6-7).* Scott Co. 82, Fairdale 39

Senior Rashika Babalade led Fairdale with 20 points.

: The host Eagles (15-4) defeated the Bulldogs (13-8) behind 21 points from Savannah Morrison and 17 from Katie Downey.* North Bullitt 66, Male 58

Taylor Jackson led the Bulldogs with 17 points.

: Carnethia Brown had 20 points, Rayven Shead 17 and Remi Jones and Leslie Fries 12 each as the visiting Panthers (10-7) beat the Vikings (5-9).* Pleasure Ridge Park 82, Valley 52

Monae Crowe scored 20 points for Valley.

Kay Wells scored 21 points, including three 3-pointers in the fourth quarter, and the host Trojans (7-12) held off the Dragons (5-13).* Southern 44, Doss 43:

April Sanders led Doss with 14 points.

: The visiting Crimsons (11-11) held the Wildcats (12-8) to 10 points in the first half. Teanna Curry scored 17 points for Manual.* Manual 67, Waggener 29

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