Indiana highs | Eastern Pekin girls rally past Charlestown in overtime, 60-58

Indiana highs | Eastern Pekin girls rally past Charlestown in overtime, 60-58

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Indiana highs | Eastern Pekin girls rally past Charlestown in overtime, 60-58

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Eastern Pekin’s Katie Ernstberger sank two tying free throws with a tenth of a second left in the fourth quarter, and Rachel Hamilton made a layup with two seconds remaining in overtime to give the Musketeers a 60-58 victory over visiting Charlestown in girls’ basketball Tuesday night.

Ernstberger led the Musketeers (9-5) with 23 points. Kaitlynn Henning had 21 for the Pirates (8-5).

Lauren Camm scored 16 points as the host Bulldogs (4-9) beat the Dragons (4-10) from Oldham County. Aaliyah Bell and Britney Knight added eight points each for New Albany. Abbey Vanzant led South Oldham with 13.* New Albany 46, South Oldham 40:

Balanced scoring carried the host Panthers (9-5) over Forest Park (9-5). Aly Chambers led the way with 11 points, and Ashley Oliver added 10 points and six rebounds. Ashley Reckelhoff had six 3-pointers and 21 points for the Rangers.* Corydon 53, Forest Park 40:

The host Cubs (10-1) got 14 points from Olivia Crozier in rolling past the Dragons (4-11), who got 20 from Alexis Barnett.* Madison 61, Silver Creek 48:

Riley Kiser poured in 25 points and Madison Kiser added 14 as the Highlanders (5-8) beat visiting Meade County (5-11). Morgan Turner paced the Green Wave with 14.* Floyd Central 55, Meade County 43:

Alex Davidson scored 16 points and Sadie Soliday 13 as the host Lions (7-9) built an 18-point halftime lead and coasted past the Generals (3-12). Haley Jenkins led Clarksville with 15.Salem 63, Clarksville 40:

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Carson Wattenbarger’s 3-pointer as time expired lifted the visiting Cubs (7-1, 2-1 Hoosier Hills) over the Panthers (6-5, 1-1). Landon Terry paced Madison with 17 points. Brad Hunt had 17 for Jennings County.* Madison 56, Jennings County 53:

Will Brown nailed 7 of 10 free throws in fourth quarter and scored 27 points as the Lions (7-5) topped the Pirates (2-7), who had 28 turnovers. Taylor West had 15 points and 15 rebounds for Charlestown.* Rock Creek 50, Charlestown 42:

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