Junior Cale Hall hit three 3-pointers and scored 26 points as Orleans won 63-37 at Paoli in an Orange County rivalry basketball game Friday night.
The Bulldogs (11-4) did most of their damage in the second and fourth quarters, outscoring the Rams 12-2 and 28-12. The other two were dead even.
Coach Tom Bradley said the Bulldogs “played a great defensive game and picked up every loose ball they could find.”
Tanner Wroblewski led Paoli (9-4) with 17 points.
The host Stars (8-6, 3-2 Hoosier Hills Conference) outscored the Highlanders 53-36 in the second half to overcome a 33-32 halftime deficit. Blaze Bryer and Braxton Day had 28 points each for the winners. J.C. Kinnaird led Floyd Central (3-11, 2-3) with 32, including seven 3-pointers. * Bedford North Lawrence 85, Floyd Central 69:
The Panthers (12-2) got 18 points apiece from Brayden Lander and Bronson Kessinger to beat the host Musketeers (4-10). Jessie Murphy led Eastern Pekin with 10.* Corydon 80, Eastern Pekin 35:
The visiting Dragons (2-11) used a big second half to put away the Lions (2-11), who trailed only 25-22 at the break. Junior Nick Tinsley led the way with 15 points. Zach Davidson had 11 for Silver Creek.* Silver Creek 58, Salem 35:
The visiting Eagles (6-8) broke it open with a 23-7 second quarter. Josh Vires led the winners with 21 points, including five 3-pointers. Chris Mayfield added 13 points and Devin Richey 11. The Pirates (2-10) got 17 from Jamal Long.* Austin 73, Charlestown 50:
Nic Reed’s 20 points led the host Warriors (11-4) over the Cougars (8-6). Chad Van Liew had 13 for Trinity.* Christian Academy 56, Trinity Lutheran 49:
The Cubs (10-3) edged host Seymour (1-12) behind Nick Macon’s 13 points. Toriek Miller had 15 for the Owls.* Madison 61, Seymour 58:
Olivia Crozier’s 23 points powered the host Cubs (13-2) past the Pirates (11-7), who got 22 from Kaitlynn Henning.* Madison 70, Charlestown 42: