Local sports roundup – January 10


Tribune staff reports

2nd-half surge propels Trinity Lutheran on road


The Trinity Lutheran boys basketball team found their stride after halftime to come away with a 50-36 win at Indianapolis Lutheran

on Friday.

Leading 21-17 after the intermission, the Cougars outscored the Saints 17-9 in the third quarter.

The Cougars hung onto their lead, and outscored the Saints 12-10 in the final eight minutes, to move up to 8-2 on the season.

Daniel Horton led the Cougars with 15 points followed by nine from Toby VanLiew.

With a team-high 10 rebounds, Horton finished with a double-double on the night. VanLiew also had seven of the Cougars’ 31 total rebounds.

Tonight, the Cougars will host Henryville.

Crothersville quick start leads to big victory


The Crothersville boys basketball team put on a dominating performance

as they defeated Cannelton 88-51 on Friday.

The Tigers scored 25 points in the first quarter, followed by a season-high

30 points in the second to go up 55-21 at halftime.

With a 75-39 lead after

24 minutes of play, the Tigers held on to get their third win of the season.

Tyler Luedeman led the Tigers with 17 points on eight made field goals.

Other Tigers finishing in double figures included: Dakota Mount (12 points), while Jordan Schoenfelder and Eli Mollet each scored 10 each.

Mollet finished with a team-high seven rebounds and Mount pulled down six boards for the Tigers’ 39.

The Tigers (3-11) will host Southwestern (Hanover) tonight.

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