Tuesday night saw two Hamilton County teams battle on the hardwood as the No. 6 ranked Fishers Tigers hosted the No. 12 ranked Carmel Greyhounds. The tigers opened the game and closed the game well as they defeated the Lady Greyhounds 65-44. 

A 22-7 first quarter allowed the Lady Tigers to seize control of the game early on. The Greyhounds would try to battle back as they cut their deficit to 33-24 as both teams entered the locker rooms. Both teams scored 11 points in the third quarter as Carmel was unable to trim the Lady Tigers lead. Fishers put the game away for good in the fourth quarter by outscoring the Greyhounds 21-9. 

Senior Tamia Perryman led the Tigers in scoring with a career high 21 points. She also had four rebounds. Junior Katie Burton finished with 18 points and six rebounds. Junior Audra Emmerson had nine points and freshman Hailey Smith had eight points.

The loss for the Greyhounds drops their record to 12-7 (3-2 MIC) on the season. They will be back in action on Friday night as they travel to take on MIC opponent Pike (2-14). 

The win for the Lady Tigers improves their record to 18-1 (5-0 HCC) on the season. They will be back in action Saturday afternoon for senior day as they host HCC rival Avon (7-11). 

Lady Royals take down No. 1 Lawrence North

INDIANAPOLIS – Tuesday night saw a clash of titans as the No. 5 Hamilton Southeastern Lady Royals traveled to take on the No. 1 ranked Lawrence North Wildcats. 

In what proved to be a back and forth affair between both teams, it was the Lady Royals who took down the top-ranked Wildcats by final score of 49-43. 

Jackie Maulucci led the way for the Royals with a game-high 24 points in the win. Senior Sydney Parrish added in ten points and Makayla Hinshaw scored nine. 

The win for the Lady Royals improves their record to 18-2 on the season (5-1 HCC). The team will be back in action on Friday night as they host Zionsville (6-13). 

Golden Eagles rout Riverside

The Guerin Catholic Golden Eagles honored their seniors Tuesday night as they hosted Indianapolis Riverside on Tuesday night. 

The senior class along with the rest of the Lady Golden Eagles took home a dominating 75-29 win. 

The defense for the Golden Ealges was stout all night and that allowed the team to showcase their offensive talents as well in what was an all-around great team win. 

The win improves the Golden Eagles record to 7-12 on the season. They will travel to take on Circle City Conference opponent Brebeuf (6-12) on Friday night. 

Huskies pick up win over Trojans 

NEW CASTLE – The Lady Huskies hit the road on Tuesday night as they traveled to take on the New Castle Trojans. The Trojans offense was on a roll in the second half, but the Lady Huskies were able to hold them off as they took home a 66-50 win. 

The win for the Lady Huskies sees their record improve to 12-10 on the season. The team will return to action on Friday night as they host Rensselaer Central (10-7) for third place in the Hoosier Conference Playoffs.