Girls' high school roundup | Male runs past Seneca 67-18 in basketball

Girls' high school roundup | Male runs past Seneca 67-18 in basketball

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Girls' high school roundup | Male runs past Seneca 67-18 in basketball

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Freshman forward Jada Owens scored 11 points to lead Male to a 67-18 victory over Seneca in girls’ high school basketball Friday night.

The Bulldogs (12-6) built a 55-6 halftime lead and cruised past the Redhawks (1-14).

: Alexus Bowman scored 16 points to lead the visiting Vikings (3-8) past the Dragons (4-11). Daja Powell led Doss with 15 points.* Valley 51, Doss 46

: Keyona Dyson scored 20 points as the Chargers (6-10) beat the Warriors (6-5). J’town grabbed the lead after three quarters and was able to hold on. Senior Diynell Calvett led the Warriors with 33 points.* Jeffersontown 68, Western 56

: Alexandria Peden put up 23 points as the visiting Wildcats (10-7) beat the Raiders (6-9). Elizabeth Pryor led Iroquois with 12 points.* Waggener 57, Iroquois 47

Carnethia Brown’s 20 point led the Panthers (9-6) over the Trojans (6-9). Seniors Paige Murphy and Rayven Shead added 17 points each for Pleasure Ridge Park. Makaila Hilliard finished with 11 to pace Southern.* PRP 77, Southern 24:

Peyton Evans scored 20 points and Brianna Hawkins added 15 as the visiting Yellowjackets (5-5) rolled past the Rebels (5-13). Ruby Allgeier had eight points for Atherton.* Central 67, Atherton 33:

Danielle Lawrence scored 13 points and Fontasia Jefferies added 12 as the Bearettes (14-2) cruised past the host Rockets (5-12). Morgan Smith scored seven points for Assumption.* Butler 56, Assumption 31:

: Mackenzie Raizor led the visiting Rockets (9-3) with 16 points as they ran past the Bears (4-12). Mackenzie Myers led Spencer County with 14 points.* Shelby County 58, Spencer County 39

RAATZ FENCE TOURNAMENT

at Mercy Academy

: The late matchup of the RAATZ Fence/O’Shea’s Basketball Classic saw the Tigers from Ohio beat the host Jaguars (9-8) behind a game-high 27 points from Baleigh Reid. Elizabeth Anderson led Mercy with 14 points. The Jaguars kept the game close through three quarters, but Twinsburg pulled away in the fourth.* Twinsburg 54, Mercy 40

: Elly Ogle scored 13 points to lead the Pandas (11-5) to an upset of the Bruins (16-2). Ballard’s Jovanna Layfield rebounded Alex Martin’s miss but couldn’t convert the layup at the buzzer, sealing the victory for Notre Dame.* Notre Dame 44, Ballard 42

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