Jennings County used a big third quarter to overcome New Albany 56-52 on Saturday, handing the Bulldogs’ their first loss in the Hoosier Hills Conference after a 5-0 start.
The host Panthers (9-7, 2-3), who trailed 25-19 at halftime, outscored New Albany 18-6 in the third quarter with help of Adrian Kirchner, who scored 14 points in the game.
Davon Winburn scored 21 for New Albany (12-4) and Leondre McBirth, who served a one-game suspension on Friday night, scored 17.
: Bronson Kessinger scored 12 points and Tommy Wiseman and Brayden Landers scored 10 each to lead the host Panthers (13-2) over the Pirates (2-11).Corydon 52, Charlestown 26
: Christian Evans scored 18 points and Cameron Schmidt had 17 to lead the host Warriors (6-8). Tyler Kimm hit seven 3-pointers for 21 points and J.C. Kinnaird scored 18 for the Highlanders (3-12).* Scottsburg 86, Floyd Central 80
: Chaz Schneider scored 22 points and Jacoby Shade, who hit four 3-pointers, had 20 to lead the host Braves (12-2). Tanner Wroblewski had 14 points for the Rams (9-5).* Brownstown 71, Paoli 46
: Landon Perry scored 16 points to lead the host Cubs (11-3). Sid Thevenow scored 10 for the Hilltoppers (1-14).* Madison 75, Shawe Memorial 23
: The visiting Lions (9-7) whittled away at a 18-point halftime deficit but the Braves (12-3) hung on. Rock Creek lost despite a 31-point fourth quarter. Josh Vollstedt with 15 points and Caleb Hart with 14 led Borden. William Brown had 21 points for Rock Creek.* Borden 68, Rock Creek Academy 62
: Aaron Eldridge, Nic Reed and Shelby Rose combined for 64 points for the Warriors (12-4) in their win over the Musketeers (4-11). Eldridge and Reed each had 22 and Rose scored 20. Christian Academy converted 34 of 44 free-throw attempts. Grant Newcomb and Jack Hayes had 17 points each to lead Eastern Pekin.* Christian Academy 85, Eastern Pekin 69
: Chase Salmon hit five 3-pointers and scored 30 points to lead the Owls to their second win in 15 games. Caleb Couch scored 19 for the host Lions (2-12).* Seymour 66, Salem 64
: Cale Hall had 22 points as the visiting Bulldogs (12-4) beat the Mustangs (8-9) for their third straight victory.* Orleans 49, Edgewood 44
: The Eagles (8-9) defeated the host Braves (8-9) behind Joe and Jack Ferree. Joe Ferree scored 21 points and Jack had 11. Adam Grannan scored 19 for Tecumseh.* Lanesville 62, Tecumseh 56
* Sadie Soliday hit 1 of 2 free throws with 2.3 seconds remaining to break a 47-47 tie give the host Lions (8-12) the victory over Austin (9-11). Soliday and Alex Davidson scored 13 each for Salem. Kam Owens, Holli Reynolds and Akaya Walker scored 11 each for the Eagles.Salem 48, Austin 47:
: Chelsea John scored 15 points, Aly Chambers 14 and Reagan Mosley 13 for the host Panthers (12-7). Bailey Sharp scored 11 points, including three 3-pointers, for the Generals (7-13).* Corydon 69, Clarksville 22
: Kelsey Miller had 20 points as the host Rebels (7-14, 2-3 Southern Conference) easily beat the Tigers (6-12, 0-5), who got 13 points from Katrina Christian.* South Central 57, Crothersville 27
Freshmen Claire Rauck and Cheyenne Brooks scored 30 and 14 points, respectively, to lead the Pioneers (13-8). Jessica DeWeese scored 12 for the host pas Eagles (6-13).* Providence 57, Lanesville 43:
: Lauren Crowe scored 18 points and Megan Brooks had 11 to lead the Pirates (12-7) over the host Lions (0-19).Charlestown 69, Rock Creek 11
: Charlestown’s Kaitlynn Henning scored her 1,000th career point while finishing with 20 the Pirates (13-7). Justice Burdin also had 20 along with 18 rebounds for Charlestown. North Harrison was led in scoring by Lauren Lambert scored nine points to lead the Cougars (11-9).Charlestown 59, North Harrison 45