Chandler Jenkins’ 15-foot jumper from the elbow bounced on the side of the rim and dropped through as the overtime period expired to give North Harrison a 67-65 victory over Lanesville in boys’ high school basketball Friday night.
Jenkins wound up with the ball for the Cougars (6-6) courtesy of a deflected pass off a Lanesville player, setting up the winning shot.
Austin Nolot led North Harrison with 20 points, including nine of the visitors’ 16 points in the fourth quarter. Cory Smith contributed 18 points for the Cougars, who have won four games in a row.
Jack Ferree led Lanesville (8-6) with 21 points.
Ten Pioneers scored, with Grant Goad and Brad Koerner leading the way with 11 points each as Providence (8-3) whipped the visiting Hornets (2-10). Elijah Weeks led Henryville with 15 points.* Providence 58, Henryville 34:
Austin LeClere had 19 points and five assists to pace the Commodores (8-2). Perry Central converted 22 of 24 free throws (92 percent), with Andrew Huber knocking down all eight attempts for half of his 16 points. Steven Phillip led Orleans (9-3) with 16 points.* Perry Central 62, Orleans 46:
The visiting Senators (3-8) squeaked past the Blue Jackets (3-8), thanks to a 25-18 scoring advantage in the fourth quarter. Michael Sizemore led West Washington with 12 points. Alex Spear led Mitchell with 13.* West Washington 54, Mitchell 47:
Taylor Sykes scored 16 points and keyed a second-half comeback by the visiting Red Devils (12-5). The Bulldogs (6-10) were led by Brianne Nixon with 11 points.* Jeffersonville 47, New Albany 38: