Frankfort 63, Western Boone 47
Brody Kirby scored 22 points and Dakota Isgrigg tallied 18 points to lead Frankfort past Western Boone, 63-47, in Sagamore Athletic Conference action on Friday. Christian Smith, Nathan Wissman and Isaac Rudd scored six points each and Chase Timmons scored five off the bench to round out the Frankfort (8-3, 1-1 SAC) scoring.
Wissman had eight rebounds and Isgrigg and Rudd tallied six apiece. Kirby also added five steals.
Rossville 59, Tri-Central 47
Rossville outscored Tri-Central 20-8 in the fourth quarter en route to a 59-47 victory Friday night. The Hornets (7-4, 3-0 Hoosier Heartland Conference) made 12 of 17 attempts from the free-throw line in the final period to seal the game.
Brandon Tonsoni led Rossville with 23 points, 18 coming in the first half. Austin Miller scored 11 points, Ethan Brenneman and James Baker scored nine points each and Michael Gregorash had six points.
McCutcheon 89, Clinton Prairie 46
McCutcheon outscored Clinton Prairie, 23-2, in the third quarter en route to an 89-46 victory on Saturday night. Austin Martin led the Gophers (1-9) with 21 points and seven rebounds. Kale Morris scored eight points, Tanner Forsythe six points, Ryan Walker and Jacob Price scored four points each and Merrick McGraw finished with two points.
Trevor Lockwood led four Mavericks in double figures with 18 points.
Western Boone 62, Frankfort 28
Western Boone routed Frankfort, 62-28, on Friday night. Cassidy Dubree led the Hot Dogs (3-13, 0-4 SAC) with eight points while Sam Henderson and Jacenda Perry scored four points apiece. Lyndsey Isenhower, Mandi Boggs and Taylor Kirby all had three points each.
Faith Christian 63, Clinton Central 41
Clinton Central fell to Faith Christian, 63-41, on Saturday.
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Clinton Prairie 26, Sheridan 22
Clinton Prairie outlasted Sheridan, 26-22, in overtime on Thursday. Ivve Weflen led the Gophers with eight points. Kayleigh Pletch scored six points, Taylor Davis five points, Mallorie Humrickhouse three points, and Rachel Jackson and Emily Sabens had two points apiece.