High school basketball | Stone hits 3 free throws with 1.1 seconds left to lift Collins over Shelby County

High school basketball | Stone hits 3 free throws with 1.1 seconds left to lift Collins over Shelby County


High school basketball | Stone hits 3 free throws with 1.1 seconds left to lift Collins over Shelby County


Ralphie Stone, fouled on a 3-point attempt with 1.1 seconds remaining, hit all three free throws to give Collins High School a 57-56 victory over Shelby County on Saturday night in boys’ basketball.

Stone finished with 20 points for the host Titans (19-3). Malik Manica scored 15 for the Rockets (9-12).

* Chase Shellman scored 15 points and Shaun Sullivan and Nathan Rouse scored 12 each to lead the Colts (17-6) at Whitefield. Andrew Patterson scored 19 and Chip Adkisson 15 for the Wildcats (8-11).DeSales 64, Whitefield 46:

: Dawson Cooper scored 23 points and Darrin Edwards had 14 to lead the Black Devils (11-9) at St. Francis. Cole Van Feldt scored 13 for the host Wyverns (10-11).* Robertson County 65, St. Francis 54

: The host Chargers (18-5) outscored the Centurions 23-9 in the first quarter and 57-29 in the first half. Ezra Troutman and Tyler Bacon scored 17 points each for Bullitt East. Colton Talley and DJ Scott scored 13 each for Christian Academy (8-12).* Bullitt East 92, Christian Academy 55

P.J. Scott scored 19 points to lead the host Bulldogs (11-11) over the Panthers (18-6). Javon Cotton scored 27 points, including seven 3-pointers, for Elizabethtown.* Male 71, Elizabethtown 70:

: Norman Ellis had nine points and 10 assists to help lead the Cougars (17-4) over the Yellowjackets (7-15). Jack Schmitt scored 17 points and Dominique Mack 15 for Holy Cross. Davon Thompson scored 27 points for Central.* Holy Cross 60, Central 56

: Zack Gearlds had 18 points and Jarred George 15 as the host Eagles (14-7) beat the Cardinals (6-16) for their 10th straight victory.* North Bullitt 67, Nelson County 57



At Lafayette

: Teddy Ware hit seven 3-pointers and scored 29 points to lead the Cardinals (25-2) over the Shamrocks (20-4). Michael Stafford scored 16 points for Trinity, which scored 31 points in the fourth quarter after trailing 37-18 at the half.* Scott County 70, Trinity 65


: Abby Van Zant scored 18 points to lead four players in double figures for the Dragons (7-12). Sydney Jones, Rachel Platt and Emma Sedoris scored 11 each for South Oldham. Savannah Morrison scored 13 to lead the host Eagles (15-5).* South Oldham 60, North Bullitt 57

: Brenda Hackett had a big day for the Yellowjackets (8-6), hitting five 3-pointers and scoring 28 points. Stephanie Cole and Brianna Hawkins added 13 and 12 points, respectively. The Centurions (10-12) were led by Lindsey Dunn with 14. McKenzie Cambell added 12 points and 10 rebounds.* Central 70, Christian Academy 58

Taylor Jackson had 21 points as the host Bulldogs (14-8) rallied from a 20-8 deficit and beat the Cougars (10-11) to snap a two-game losing streak. Beth Newton scored 12 for Holy Cross.* Male 77, Holy Cross 56:

: Madison Raque hit three 3-pointers to go with 17 points to help the Eagles (13-6) top Bruins (18-4). Jovanna Layfield had 22 points for Ballard.* Eastern 56, Ballard 49

: Tiffany Brown led all scorers with 20 points, including four 3-pointers, to pace the Raiders (10-7). Ashauntee Hooten had 13 to lead the Dragons (5-14).* Iroquois 56, Doss 47


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