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Late 3-point play sinks Raiders

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By John Lachmann
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Twitter: @rednblackhawks

Louisville Male converted a decisive three-point play in the final minute of overtime to edge Ryle, 59-57 on Tuesday.

Raiders sophomore guard Madison Jones hit a pair of threes near the end of regulation to help force the extra session. Jones finished with 14 points, four steals and three assists.

Ryle senior point guard Mackenzie Senvisky led all scorers with 16 points, and she dished for three assists.

RYLE 12-20- 6-13- 6—57
at MALE 9-13-13-15- 8—59

RYLE (8-6): Martin 0 3 3, Pennington 3 0 6, Schwartz 3 1 7, Storer 1 0 2, Jones 6 0 14, Lange 1 3 5, Senvisky 5 5 16, Jump 2 0 4. Totals 21 12 57.

MALE (10-6): Kraft 2 3 7, Sexton 1 0 2, Harbison 4 2 10, Buckel 1 0 2, Jackson 1 9 11, Hogan 0 2 2, Green 7 3 17, Calvert 3 0 8. Totals 19 19 59.

3-pointers: M—Calvert 2. R—Jump 2, Senvisky. JV: Male won.

SACRED HEART 58, NOTRE DAME 47 – The Valkyries led by one after three quarters before pulling away late.

Junior forward Haylee Smith paced the Pandas with 15 points. Senior forward Elly Ogle returned to the floor for Notre Dame for the first time in several weeks with an injury and scored eight points.

SACRED HEART 13-13-16-16—58
at NOTRE DAME 17-13- 9- 8—47

SACRED HEART (11-3): Johnson 2 1 5, Samsel 5 0 12, Colley 1 0 2, Merriweather 7 2 19, Ruffin 7 6 20. Totals 22 9 58.

NOTRE DAME (7-6): Ogle 3 2 8, Hellmann 3 2 8, Kellam 3 2 8, Clemons 4 0 8, Smith 6 3 15. Totals 19 9 47.

3-pointers: SH—Merriweather 3, Samsel 2. JV: Sacred Heart, 40-38.

HIGHLANDS 64, COOPER 55 – Junior guard/forward Alex Combs helped clinch the Bluebirds win by hitting all five of her fourth-quarter free throw attempts.

Combs poured in a game-high 21 points, going 7-for-7 on foul shots.

Highlands sophomore guard Brianna Adler posted 13 points and sophomore forward McKenzie Leigh 12, including five during the pivotal second quarter.

Senior guard Savannah Brown recorded a team-best 14 points for the Jaguars.

HIGHLANDS 15-18-12-19—64
at COOPER 19- 4-14-18—55

HIGHLANDS (12-3): Adler 5 2 13, Blanton 1 0 2, Coffey 1 4 6, Graves 3 2 8, Clukey 1 0 2, Leigh 5 1 12, Combs 6 7 21. Totals 22 16 64.

COOPER (7-7): Anderson 1 1 3, Held 4 0 9, Pittman 2 0 6, Maniacci 3 1 7, Brinneman 6 1 14, Zingsheim 2 5 9, Ross 2 0 5, Arnett 1 0 2. Totals 21 8 55.

3-pointers: H—Combs 2, Adler, Leigh. C—Pittman 2, Brinneman, Ross. JV: Highlands, 40-35.

LLOYD 44, BELLEVUE 39 – Junior guard Jordan Gentry hit 3-of-4 free throws in the closing minutes to help the Juggernauts ice a Region 9 All ‘A’ quarterfinal at St. Henry.

Lloyd freshman guard Devin Cheatum led all scorers with 25 points, including eight in the final period.

The Juggernauts will play Beechwood in a semifinal at 6 p.m. on Friday.

BELLEVUE 7-10- 9-13—39
at LLOYD 5-14- 9-16—44

BELLEVUE (6-7): Buckler 1 0 2, Atwood 2 1 5, Bishop 4 2 10, Schmits 1 3 5, Ross 7 3 17. Totals 15 9 39.

LLOYD (6-5): Brown 1 0 2, Cheatum 10 2 25, Gentry 2 4 8, Thompson 1 0 2, Stagge 2 3 7. Totals 16 9 44.

3-pointers: L—Cheatum 3.

BEECHWOOD 54, NEWPORT 37 – Sophomore guard Macey Stuempel scored 23 points, including 12 in the first quarter, to pace the Tigers in an All ‘A’ quarterfinal at St. Henry.

Freshman guard Ally Johnson added 20 points for Beechwood, 14 of which came in the third period.

Junior Katlyn Hoeh led the Wildcats with 17 points.

The Tigers will play Lloyd  in a semifinal at 6 p.m. on Friday at St. Henry.

NEWPORT 15- 8- 8- 6—37
at BEECH. 18-10-17- 9—54

NEWPORT (12-4): Stanley 3 3 9, Hoeh 4 9 17, Hensley 1 0 2, Johnson 1 0 2, Orr 3 0 7. Totals 12 12 37.

BEECHWOOD (7-6): Schilling 2 0 5, Stuempel 8 4 23, Johnson 6 4 20, Barry 1 0 3, Giseke 1 1 3. Totals 18 9 54.

3-pointers: B—Johnson 4, Stuempel 3, Schilling, Barry. N—Orr.

CONNER 81, GRANT COUNTY 59 – The Cougars hit 14 3-pointers as they rolled to their fifth straight win.

Conner sophomore guard Hunter Hendricks rolled up 17 of her game-high 25 points in the first half, and she also pulled down five rebounds. Senior guard Brooke Maines tallied all 21 of her points after the break.

CONNER 12-30-23-16—81
at GRANT 16-16-18- 9—59

CONNER (10-4): Dages 1 0 2, Boelter 1 0 3, Maines 7 2 21, Meyers 3 2 8, Himes 1 0 2, Hendricks 9 2 25, Gambrel 2 1 7, Hicks 2 0 5, Frye 2 2 6, Henson 0 2 2. Totals 28 11 81.

GRANT COUNTY (2-11): Cummins 2 0 4, Martin 8 1 18, Burk 4 0 8, Wright 4 0 8, Harmeyer 3 3 9, Kearns 1 0 2, Chaidez 2 5 9, Ruebusch 0 1 1. Totals 24 10 59.

3-pointers: C—Maines 5, Hendricks 5, Gambrel 2, Hicks, Boelter. GC—Martin. JV: Grant County won.

WALTON-VERONA 59, OWEN COUNTY 29 – Junior guard Alie Mills tallied 15 points, and sophomore forward Hailey Ison rolled up 13 in the Bearcats’ win in a Region 8 All ‘A’ quarterfinal at Carroll County.

Walton-Verona will face Gallatin County in a semifinal at 6 p.m. on Friday.

OWEN COUNTY 2- 8- 6-13—29
at W.-VERONA 5-20-17-17—59

OWEN COUNTY (0-15): Gravley 5 1 12, Ellis 2 2 6, Ashley 1 0 2, Farrar 0 2 2, Osborne 3 0 7. Totals 11 5 29.

WALTON-VERONA (7-8): Palmer 1 0 2, Dezarn 2 3 7, Mills 6 1 15, Mullikin 3 3 10, Ginn 0 1 1, Ison 5 3 13, Rodgers 1 0 3, Simpson 2 2 6, Dixon 1 0 2. Totals 21 13 59.

3-pointers: WV—Mills 2, Mullikin, Rodgers. OC—Gravley, Osborne.
 

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