ZIONSVILLE - The Sheridan Blackhawks girls' basketball team won a hard-fought game over the Class 4A Zionsville Eagles on Friday night by a score of 57-56.

An extra period was needed for the Blackhawks (14-2) to get past the Eagles (2-10) and come away with the road win.

The Eagles outscored the Blackhawks 35-28 in the second half to force overtime, but the Blackhawks were able to hang on and score that one extra point.

The win gives the Blackhawks their 10th in a row since their loss to Carroll (Flora) on Dec. 5. The win is also the closet margin of victory for the Blackhawks since their three-point win over Lapel on Dec. 22.

Audrey Reed led the way for the Blackhawks with 22 points. She was also the leading rebounder with seven.

Brittany Welch and Katie Hybarger also came up big for the Blackhawks with nine points apiece. Hybarger pulled down six big rebounds for the Blackhawks.

Payton Buckner chipped in seven points, and Rebekah Hopper and Payton Fleenor added four points each.

The Blackhawks will have little rest as they hit the road to face the Tipton Blue Devils (6-7) tonight at 7:30 p.m. for their second of three straight road games.