Hornets, Cougars lose road games



Tribune staff reports

CARMEL

University had a 21-9 scoring advantage in the second quarter for a 15-point lead against Medora at halftime of Friday’s boys basketball game, and the Trailblazers went on to win 62-43.

“We had such a good first quarter (only trailing 9-6), and we were right there with them,” Hornets coach Andrew Evertts said. “University is a good team, and we at least kept it competitive. That’s what I want at this point. They showed some signs of life tonight, and I really liked that.”

Medora’s Roy Edwards finished with a game-high 18 points, and he made it a double-double with 10 rebounds.

University had three players reach double figures, and Dominic Dixon led the way with 14.

Medora fell to 0-7 and on Jan. 5 will play at Columbus Christian.

South Central 69,

Trinity Lutheran 50

ELIZABETH

Trinity Lutheran suffered a 69-50 setback in Friday’s road game against South Central for its fourth-straight loss.

No other details about the game were available by press time.

On Friday, Trinity (1-5) will play pool games against West Washington and Milan in the Springs Valley Tournament.

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