Sacred Heart coach Donna Moir picked up her 500th career win in a 61-14 victory over Seneca (1-8) Wednesday night.
“I was surprised to see so many former player last night, and it was just a great night,” said Moir, who has spent 23 seasons as coach of the Valkyries (8-3).
She is the 12th girls coach in KHSAA to reach 500 wins, and only the second woman.
Valkries senior Raven Merriweather led all scorers with 19 points.
The Eagles (4-7) threw the ball the length of the court with three seconds left, and Erin Dolan hit a layup as time expired for the win over the Titans (3-7). Savannah Morrison led North Bullitt with 16 points, as Collins’ Michelle Roberts led all scorers with 24 points.* North Bullitt 69, Collins 68:
: Makelia Wright scored 29 for the Amazons (3-4) in the win over the Trojans (3-9). Southern was led by Makalia Hillard with 24.* Collegiate 41, Southern 28
: The Wildcats (9-4) held on to beat the Rebels (4-9), whose last-second 3-point attempt came up short.* Waggener 49, Atherton 46
Keana Richardson scored 12 points to lift the Bruins (12-1) over Kentucky Country Day (4-10).* Ballard 69, KCD 7:
Madison Raque led the Eagles (9-2) past the Chargers (2-9) with 20 points.* Eastern 68, Jeffersontown 34:
: Freshman Tonysha Taylor paced the Crimsons (9-5) with 20 points against the Yellowjackets (3-5).* Manual 60, Central 42
Bryce Overstreet poured in 40 points to lift the Titans (5-4) past the Trojans (2-8). Donquel Andrews had 34 points for Southern.* Collegiate 69, Southern 67:
Kevin Kirby scored 14 points to lead the Wildcats (10-2) over the Rebels (3-8).* Waggener 73, Atherton 51:
: Quentin Snider scored 20 points and dished out 13 assists as the Bruins (12-3) rolled past the Bearcats (9-4). It gave him 520 assists for his career, passing Mark Bell for No. 1 all time at Ballard. Jalen Perry also netted 20 points for Ballard.* Ballard 101, KCD 62
: Terrell Gray had 28 points and 14 rebounds as Doss (10-3) surged to beat the visiting Bears (6-8). William Johnson led Butler with 33 points.* Doss 84, Butler 58
Dwayne Sutton scored 25 to lead the Crimsons (10-4) past the Yellowjackets (3-8). Brandon Johnson led Central with 18 points.* Manual 72, Central 60: