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Tigers score win on Senior Day

The Crothersville girls basketball team had a thrilling 35-34 victory over Dugger Union on Saturday afternoon.

It was Senior Day for the Tigers as they honored Ella Plasse, Zoe Spangler and Kennadi Lakins before the ballgame tipped off.

Lakins was held out due to injury, but Spangler and Plasse carried a bulk of the load for Crothersville.

Plasse scored 15 points while Spangler scored 14 to help lead the team to victory. Kendall Berry scored the other six points for the Tigers.

Dugger Union had just two players score as Stormy Kinnard poured in 27 points and Brae Simpson had the other seven. A 3-pointer from Kinnard at the buzzer wasn’t enough as Crothersville held on for the one-point victory.

The Tigers are now 3-11 on the season and will play again tomorrow night at Austin at 7:30 p.m.

Braves fall to Panthers

The Brownstown Central girls basketball team ran into a very talented Jennings County team on Saturday afternoon.

The Panthers defeated the Braves 67-42.

Maddy Hackman led Brownstown in scoring with 17 points, Hannah Stahl scored 10, Andrea Bair had four, Emma Klinge had three and Kalee Borden, Addison Darlage, Mallory Klosterman and Peyton Brock all had two points.

Brownstown has been flirting around .500 for the past couple of weeks now, and this loss drops the Braves just below that at 10-11.

They’ll look to bounce back tomorrow night when they host Bloomington North at 7:30 p.m.

Medora competes in conference tournament

The Medora boys basketball team competed in the Southern Roads Conference tournament over the weekend and played three games.

The Hornets started out with a game Friday night against Pleasant View Christian. The Hornets lost that game 74-29.

Shepard Earl scored 11 points, Braxton McCory had nine, Eli Sturgill five and Dawson Cornette four.

On Saturday, Medora split the day. They suffered a 62-42 loss to Bloomington Lighthouse, where Earl scored 21, McCory had 14 and Sturgill had seven.

Then the Hornets picked up their third win of the season, defeating Seven Oaks Classical 64-38.

Earl had a monstrous game, scoring 26 points. McCory added 14 points, Sturgill scored 12, Cornette had eight and Isaiah Miller had four.

The trio of games this weekend put Medora’s record at 3-9 on the season, and the Hornets will be playing again tomorrow night with a home game against West Washington at 7:30 p.m.

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