After three tight quarters on Tuesday night, the Crothersville girls basketball team outscored visiting Columbus Christian 23-20 in the fourth quarter for a 51-47 win.
Tigers coach Kevin Hensley said the Crusaders played zone defense for the first three quarters. He had his girls pull the ball out in the fourth quarter and make Columbus Christian play man-to-man defense, and that allowed the Tigers to drive in the lane and score.
Katrina Christian led Crothersville (4-3) with 23 points and 12 rebounds, while Alexis Adair scored 11 points.
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