Grant Newcomb hit a career-high six 3-pointers and scored 24 points to lead host Eastern Pekin to a 64-51 upset of previously unbeaten Paoli on Saturday night.
He hit three of his threes in the second quarter, when the Musketeers (3-8) outscored the Rams 17-6 to take a 28-21 halftime lead.
“We’ve been challenging our kids, and they responded with staying focused and in tune on seemingly every play,” Pekin coach Scott Newcomb said.
Skylar Stroud led Paoli (8-1) with 14 points.
D.J. Coleman had 18 points, including two threes, as the Generals (10-1) beat the host Eagles (4-6). Devin Richie scored 16 for Austin. Clarksville 51, Austin 42:
Dustin Cochran scored 17 points and LeOndre McBirth 14 to power the Bulldogs (8-2) over the visiting Warriors (5-6). Kirk Hardin led Scottsburg with 16.* New Albany 77, Scottsburg 59:
Blaze Byrer had 29 points and 11 rebounds as the Stars (4-6) edged the host Panthers (6-6). Brad Hunt scored 25 for Jennings County.* Bedford North Lawrence 67, Jennings County 65 (2 OT):
Chandler Jenkins’ three-point play with 1.5 seconds left lifted the host Cougars (5-6) over the Highlanders (2-9). Cory Smith led the winners with 22 points, including four 3-pointers. Ervin Myles and J.C. Kinnaird scored 19 apiece for Floyd Central.* North Harrison 70, Floyd Central 69:
The host Braves (9-1) shot 12 of 27 from 3-point range, including 7 of 12 in the first half, in routing the Cougars (6-4). Brownstown had six double-figure scorers, led by Chaz Schneider with 13. Toby Vanlew paced Trinity Lutheran with 18.* Brownstown 83, Trinity Lutheran 42:
Cale Hall poured in 33 points, including four 3-pointers, as the visiting Bulldogs (9-3) disposed of the Eagles (8-5). Jack Ferree had 16 points to lead Lanesville.* Orleans 66, Lanesville 50:
The visiting Lions (7-5) drilled 12 threes, five by Will Brown for all of his 15 points. The Cardinals (3-7) were led by A.J. Sellers’ 18 points.* Rock Creek 75, Washington Catholic 32:
: Brad Koehler’s shot rimmed out with 3 seconds left, and the Mustangs (4-8) hung on to beat the Hilltoppers (1-11). Logan Miles (12 points) led New Washington.* New Washington 46, Shawe 45
Aaron Eldridge tossed in 17 points as the Warriors (8-3) won at Charlestown (2-8). Tanner Wesp had 12 points and 12 rebounds for the Pirates.* Christian Academy 53, Charlestown 44:
Dominique McBryde had 16 points and Whitney Wilson 10 as the host Stars (15-1, 6-0 Hoosier Hills Conference) won their second in a row since their 41-game winning streak was snapped Jan. 10 by Lawrence North. The defending Class 4-A champions led 38-17 at halftime. Madison Kaiser (21 points) led the Highlanders (5-9, 0-5) with 21 points.* Bedford North Lawrence 60, Floyd Central 43:
Maddison Ubelhor scored 20 points as the host Wildcats (7-7) built a 28-19 halftime lead and held off the Red Devils (11-5), who had won four in a row.* Jasper 47, Jeffersonville 44:
“We’ve dug ourselves a hole the past three or four games, and I told the team eventually it’s going to catch up with us, and tonight it did,” Jeff coach Mike Warren said.
Shae Hines had 14 points to lead Jeff.
: Emilee Pollman scored eight of her 21 points in overtime to lead the Owls (10-6).* Seymour 56, Borden 51 (OT)
Abby Ellis scored 13 of her 17 points for the Braves (11-2) in the fourth quarter as Borden rallied from a 15-point deficit with five minutes remaining. Carson Casey hit the tying jumper with 6 seconds left in regulation.
Kendra Lambert had 21 points, Carlie Burson 11, Jourdan McAfee 10 and Stevi Burns had 11 rebounds as the Lady Cats (9-6, 3-2 Mid-Southern) beat the Generals (3-13, 0-7). Bailey Sharp scored 10 for Clarksville.* North Harrison 60, Clarksville 27:
: Trinity Booher (17 points) and Brooke Ebbing (13) hit critical free throws as the visiting Braves (14-1) rallied from an 11-point halftime deficit to beat the Panthers (7-7) for their 12th straight victory. Brownstown hasn’t lost since a 66-59 setback to Seymour on Dec. 5.* Brownstown 52, Jennings County 48