High School Basketball

Hoops Roundup: Brentwood sweeps Indy; Centennial, Ravenwood split; Franklin boys win; FRA tops BGA

Brentwood Academy wins two at Lipscomb Academy; Fairview splits at home

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Hoops – Ravenwood girls at Centennial

Evan Drennan scored 12 points, John Windley added 10 and the Brentwood Bruins stayed unbeaten in District 11-AAA with a 44-36 win in Thompson’s Station Friday.

Brentwood trailed 29-28 to start the fourth quarter, but opened the frame with a 10-3 run. Aaron Walton scored six of his nine points for the Bruins in the fourth.

Brentwood improved to 13-4 overall and 7-0 in district play.

Hrishi Salitri scored 11 points and Matt St. Charles added eight to lead the Eagles (8-10, 2-5).

Next Friday, Brentwood will visit Dickson County in a district showdown. The Cougars (15-1, 7-0) are also unbeaten in league play.

Brentwood girls 64, Independence 39

The Lady Bruins pushed their winning streak to 13 in a row Friday at Indy.

Amelia Osgood scored 23 points and Delaney Trushel scored 17 to lead Brentwood (13-1, 7-0), which sank 13 3-pointers in the contest. Osgood hit four from distance and Trushel knocked down five triples.

Kayla Miller scored 13 points and Lindsey Freeman added 10 for the Lady Eagles (11-5, 5-2).

Centennial boys 53, Ravenwood 47

Dusty Williams scored 13 points and Centennial picked up a District 11-AAA win at home against a tough Ravenwood team.

The visiting Raptors managed to push in front briefly before the Cougars rallied to take the final lead. Patrick Garrett added 10 points for Centennial (11-7, 5-3).

Rex Gainer dropped in 18 points to lead Ravenwood (4-12, 2-6).

Ravenwood girls 46, Centennial 31

Lexi Erickson poured in 29 points and the Ravenwood girls pulled away in the fourth to post a District 11-AAA win.

The Lady Raptors outscored the Centennial girls 17-7 in the fourth to pull away.

Mary Prestegarrd added 10 points for the Lady Raptors (9-8, 4-4), who will face Independence on Tuesday. The Lady Eagles scored a narrow 39-32 victory in the first meeting on Dec. 6 in Brentwood.

Sheraton Foster tallied 10 points for the Lady Cougars (2-14, 0-8).

Franklin boys 76, Spring Hill 43

Reed Kemp continued his hot-shooting and scored 23 to lead the Rebels to a road win in District 11-AAA action at Spring Hill.

Kemp, who was coming off a career-high 44 in a close loss at Cane Ridge Thursday, sank 10-of-13 from the first and 3-of-4 from 3-point range Friday. On Thursday, the junior went 15-of-18 from the field.

Matt Thurman added 14 points and 11 rebounds in the Rebels win as Franklin pushed its record to 13-5 overall and 5-3 in league play. The Rebels shot 59 percent overall Friday and hit 12-of-19 from 3-point range.

Spring Hill girls 62, Franklin 46

Prairie Stedman poured in 30 points and the Lady Raiders up-ended Franklin for a District 11-AAA victory Friday.

Sierra Stedman added 14 points and Ricole Alderson chipped in a dozen for Spring Hill, which extended an eight-point lead entering the fourth by outscoring Franklin 16-8 in the fourth.

Lauren McKnight scored 12 points with four 3-pointers to lead the Lady Rebels. Bergen Allee added 11 points as did Kate O’Neil, while Wren Doran hit three triples for nine. The Lady Rebels sit at 5-13, 1-7.

Brentwood Academy boys 45, Lipscomb Academy 42

Adam Wass and DJ Senter each scored nine points and the Eagles held on for a road win Friday. Caleb Brooks added eight points, including two crucial baskets in a tight fourth quarter.

Willie Walton netted 14 to lead the Mustangs, which trimmed a 39-32 deficit to start the fourth.

Brentwood Academy girls 53, Lipscomb Academy 26

Millie Brown hit three 3-pointers in a decisive 18-2 third quarter Lady Eagles run as Brentwood Academy pulled away to take a road win Friday.

Brown finished with 17 points to lead the Lady Eagles, while both Maggie Brown and Caroline Clemmons added eight apiece. Brentwood Academy led 20-15 at the half, but held a 38-17 to open the final frame.

Franklin Road Academy 43, Battle Ground Academy 42

Elijah Warrix scored six of his nine points in the fourth quarter to lead a FRA comeback for the close home win Friday.

Clarence Jones scored 11 points and Sean Casey netted 10 to lead the Panthers, who trailed 38-32 entering the fourth.

Garnett Hollis Jr. scored a dozen and both Sean Williams and Jorian Cantrell managed eight points for BGA. The Wildcats were outscored 11-4 over the final eight minutes.

Franklin Road Academy girls 65, Battle Ground Academy 61

The Lady Panthers overcame a game-high 30 points from Graci Semptimphelter of BGA to earn a narrow victory Friday.

Semptimphelter hit seven 3-pointers Friday night and Lindsey Summarell added 23.

Stewart County boys 57, Fairview 51

James Staltz scored 20 points and the visiting Rebels handed Fairview a second consecutive District 11-AA loss Friday.

The Yellow Jackets (11-7, 5-2) were coming off a 67-56 home loss against league-leading Creek Wood Tuesday.

Bill Eads scored 18 points and broke the 1,000-point plateau for his career to lead Fairview. Garrett Wooten added 13 points.

Fairview girls 53, Stewart County 43

Kaycie Mullens scored 15 points and Kelsey Gossage added 11 points and eight rebounds as the Yellow Jackets stopped a three-game slide with the District 11-AA victory and improved to 5-2 in league play.

Kaitlyn Bramlett tallied 16 to lead Stewart County.

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