Tigers, Hornets lose home games

Tribune staff reports


Medora’s girls basketball team pulled within 27-25 by halftime of Thursday’s home game, but Springs Valley won the final two quarters for a 57-46 triumph.

The Hornets’ Hannah Elkins took game honors with 18 points, while Carley McCammon posted a season-high 14 points, including four 3-pointers.

Springs Valley’s Lauren Goodman led a trio of Blackhawks scoring in double figures, tallying 17 points.

Medora dropped to 5-8 and on Saturday will travel to play Columbus Christian.

Boys basketball

Christian Academy 75, Crothersville 59


Crothersville’s boys got off to a slow start, only scoring three points in the first quarter. The Tigers made it a four-point game in the third quarter, but Christian Academy had a couple of quick baskets and went on to win 75-59.

Gene Hodge led Crothersville with 22 points, Brian Money had 17, and Grayson Barnes had 10.

Christian Academy’s Aaron Hayes had a game-high 24 points.

The Warriors made it a sweep at Crothersville on Thursday night with the girls also winning. No other details about that game were available by press time.

The Crothersville boys fell to 2-7 and tonight will travel to Cannelton, while the girls are 1-11 going into Monday’s Southern Athletic Conference home game against Lanesville.

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