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Sacred Heart beat Windsor 89-42 Thursday night at Windsor after leading 58-22 going into halftime.


The Gremlins were led by Stefan Cox with 28 points, Clint Spangler and Jimmy Villalobos both with 14, and Chase Lyles added 10 points to the final score.


Aaron Garoutte led the Greyhounds with 15 points.


The Gremlins, now 23-0, face Northwest tonight to finish out their regular season. They start district play on Tuesday against Crest Ridge.


Cole Camp 48, Stover 30


Cole Camp beat Stover 48-30 in a Kaysinger Conference boys basketball game on Thursday.


Tanner Oelrichs scored 15 points for the Bluebirds. Alex Pritzel added 10, Connor Balke had eight and Tyler Ward had six.


Lexington 64, Knob Noster 52


Knob Noster fell to Lexington 64-52 on Thursday, leading 17-14 after one quarter but getting outscored 15-7 in the second.


Brett Marsh scored 13 points and grabbed six rebounds for Knob Noster. David Barton had 10 points and 16 rebounds.


The Panthers (22-3, 8-2 MRVC East) will face Lexington again Tuesday to open district play.


Late Wednesday


Boys Basketball


Tipton 68, Smithton 66


The Tipton boys basketball team held off a late surge from Smithton to win 68-66 on Wednesday.


The Cardinals led by 13 in the fourth before the Tigers rallied to get back into the game.


Dylan Cooper and Dylan Tate each had double-doubles for Tipton. Cooper had 21 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists. Tate had 14 points and 18 rebounds.


Tipton (16-7, 7-1 Kaysinger) will visit Northwest on Saturday.


Girls Basketball


Tipton 73, Smithton 34


Tipton beat Smithton 73-34 on Wednesday to move within one win of a regular season conference championship.


The Cardinals led 48-19 at halftime.


Caroline Combs scored 27 points and contributed five assists for Tipton. Destiny Dowell and Ashton Pace each scored 10 points. Jessica Petree had 10 rebounds, seven assists and five steals.


Tipton (18-5, 8-1 Kaysinger) will close the regular season at Northwest at 1 p.m. Saturday


Bunceton 48, Sweet Springs 28


Bunceton held Sweet Springs to one point in the first quarter and went on to win 48-28 on Wednesday.


Rachel Emde scored 18 points for the Lady Dragons. Maddy Berwanger added 15.


Christina Higgins led Sweet Springs with 10 points.


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