Freshman Anna Clephane came up big for Scott, scoring 26 points as the Eagles handed Simon Kenton its first loss of the year, 78-69 Tuesday night.
Jenna Trimpe scored 17 points and Holly Kallmeyer contributed 13 points, nine rebounds and four steals for Scott.
Maggi Bosse scored 26 points and Allison Niece had 20 in a losing effort for Simon Kenton, the No. 4 team in The Enquirer Northern Kentucky coaches’ poll.
Scott’s Madison Meyer and Simon Kenton’s Maggi Bosse battle for a rebound.
Pendleton County 67, Nicholas County 62: Makayla Bishop led Pendleton County with 22 points and 10 rebounds.
Ryle 55, Boone County 52: Juliet McGregor made two free throws down the stretch, and Madison Jones made a key steal at the end of the game to clinch the win for Ryle.
Boone County was able to come back from a 29-10 halftime deficit to take a one point lead with about a minute to go after a Alexis Switzer layup. Carly Lange was able to respond with a layup to give the Raiders the lead back.
Mallory Schwartz led Ryle with 15 points, while Sydney Foster scored 15 for Boone County.
Moeller 61, Covington Catholic 52: Grant Pitman led a balanced Moeller attack, finishing with a game-high 18 points.
Moeller, the No. 9 team in the Division I coaches’ poll, shot 52.5 percent for the game, making 21 of 40 shots, while it held Covington Catholic to 37.0 percent shooting (17-for-46).
Cooper Theobald led CovCath, the No. 2 team in the Northern Kentucky poll, with 15 points.
St. Henry 60, McNicholas 54: After trailing 29-27 at halftime, St. Henry picked up its defense and caused more turnovers in the second half to key its victory.
Connor Kunstek scored 16 points and Paul Wallenhorst added 14 to lead the No. 10 Crusaders, the No. 10 team in the Northern Kentucky poll.
Jacob Bradley led the Rockets, the 10th ranked squad in the Divisions II-IV poll with 17 points.
Holmes 89, Holy Cross 71: Four Holmes players accounted for 82 of Holmes’ 89 points.
Junior guard Marcus Mullins scored a game-high 23 points. He had 10 rebounds for a double-double. Senior forward Rod Avery also recorded a double-double with 22 points and 11 rebounds. Senior guard James Bolden hit six of No. 3 Holmes’ nine 3-pointers to finish with 21 points.
Campbell County 81, Conner 52: Deondre Jackson scored 23 points and Blake Losey finished with 21 to lead the Camels.
Cole Hegyi chipped in with 12 and Craig Neltner scored 10 for Campbell County, who sits in a tie for the fourth spot in the coaches’ poll.
Spencer Hemmerich led Conner with 19 points.
Cooper 51, Simon Kenton 31: Sophomore guard Sean McNeil recorded a double-double for the Jaguars, scoring 21 points and grabbing 10 rebounds.
Dixie Heights 65, Ludlow 37: Seniors Austin Schreck and Mitchell Bolan each scored 13 to lead the Colonels. Senior Liam Rabe added 11 points.
Ludlow (8-9) was led my Micheal Camarena who scored 10.
Bellevue 68, Villa Madonna 57: Zack Barrett scored 27 points, grabbed five rebounds and had five steals to lead Bellevue.
Nate Arnzen contributed seven assists and six steals for the Tigers.
Thomas Schutzman led Villa Madonna with 25 points.
Beechwood 47, Pendleton County 45: Junior forward J.T. Toebbe hit two free throws late in the fourth quarter to seal the win for Beechwood.
Toebbe went 8-for-8 from that charity stripe in the fourth quarter and finished with 10 points. Senior guard Connor Brock hit four three-pointers to finish with a team-high 16 points.