Girls' Basketball Roundup | Valley edges North Oldham on Hambric's foul shots

Girls' Basketball Roundup | Valley edges North Oldham on Hambric's foul shots

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Girls' Basketball Roundup | Valley edges North Oldham on Hambric's foul shots

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Lanishia Hambric sank two free throws with 3 seconds remaining to give Valley a 61-59 victory at North Oldham on Saturday in girls’ basketball.

It was the third straight victory for the Vikings (3-6), who were led by Hambric’s 23 points.

North Oldham (4-3) rallied from a 22-point deficit with six minutes remaining and scored nine points in the final 50 seconds with Rachel Williams hitting a 3-pointer to tie the score at 59-59. Hambric was fouled on the inbounds pass and went to the line for the winning free throws.

Cat Fiorito scored 24 points for North Oldham.

Elizabeth Pryor rebounded a missed free throw and drove the length of the court for a layup to give Iroquois (3-7) the victory over Holy Cross (5-6). Pryor had a game-high 26, and Keishana Render added 11 rebounds for the Raiders. Olivia Morabito had 17 for the Cougars.* Iroquois 56, Holy Cross 54:

: Grace Maniacci’s 11 points led the Jaguars (6-4) past the Rockets (3-5). Assumption was led by Cassidy James with a game-high 17.* Cooper 43, Assumption 35

: The Valkyries (7-3) got 15 points from Gretchen Samsel to lead the team in a victory over Presentation (5-8). The Toppers were led by Alex Hibbs in defeat.* Sacred Heart 66, Presentation 41

: The Eagles (3-8), who clinched their first victory of the season, were led in scoring by Vonnea Smith with 16 points. The Wildcats (3-8) got 9 points each from Moriah Tedder and Abbie Ritter.* Campbellsville 59, Whitfield Academy 25

: The Bruins (11-1) got two double-double performances from Jovanna Layfield (20 points, 11 rebounds) and Alex Martin (15 points, 10 rebounds) en route to a victory Saturday night. Lindsay Dunn and Emma Brown each had 12 points for the Centurions (4-7) in defeat.* Ballard 58, CAL 44

: The Pioneers (13-2) kept their comfortable lead over the Red Hawks (1-7) throughout the game and went home with a win.* Simon Kenton 64, Seneca 11

Leading scorer for the Pioneers was Maggi Bosse with 12 points.

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: The Cougars (7-4) defeated the Lions (6-5). Leading scorer and tournament MVP Lexi Graham had 15 points.* Bullitt Central 48, Garrard County 40

The Lions were led by Victoria Floyd, who had 15 points.

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