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Felling breaks Triton Central single game scoring record

By KRIS MILLS - kmills@shelbynews.com

Triton Central junior guard Wyatt Felling is on a scoring tear. In his last three games, Felling, who led the Tigers to a 90-84 win over North Decatur on Tuesday, has scored 27, 24 and 47 points.

His 47-point performance against the Chargers broke the Triton Central program record for total points in a single contest.

He finished the game with 12 two-point field goals, three threes and was 14 of 18 from the foul line.

The Tigers (6-6) received 15 points from Quinn Moffitt and 11 points from Morgan Seagrave in the win.

Triton Central plays again on Saturday at home against Indiana Math and Science.

Balanced effort helps Golden Bears earn road win

The Shelbyville basketball team continued to share the ball well on Tuesday in a road contest at potential sectional foe Columbus East.

The Golden Bears had five players reach double figures in a 79-59 win.

Cooper Lewis led the effort with 25 points. Zach Kuhn had 16 points, Brock Blackwell had 15 and Sam Lewis and Josh Williams each had 10.

The Golden Bears are now 10-4 after the fourth consecutive win.

The team hosts Hoosier Heritage Conference opponent Pendleton Heights (7-4) on Saturday.

The Arabians are 1-0 in HHC.

Shelbyville is 2-1.

Waldron falls to State-ranked Trinity Lutheran

The Waldron girls’ basketball team fell to Class A No. 5 Trinity Lutheran at home on Tuesday, 49-37.

Victoria Shaw led the team with nine points and Morgan Wood and Hannah Sullivan added eight each.

Lauryn Thomas finished with five points for the Mohawks (7-10), who return to action today at home against South Decatur.

Rushville tops Shelbyville

The Shelbyville girls’ basketball team was topped by Rushville on Tuesday at home, 47-25.

Carris Decatur led the team with 10 points in the loss.

Holly Hickman hit two threes for six points and Ryan Massey finished with four points. Makayla Terrell scored two points.

The Golden Bears (1-16) play again on Saturday at Mt. Vernon.

Morristown edges North Decatur

The Morristown girls’ basketball team defeated North Decatur 55-48 on Tuesday to improve to 12-6 this season.

The Yellow Jackets remain undefeated in Hoosier Heritage Conference play at 4-0.

Morristown had three players reach double figures in the win. Cambie Poole led the team with 20 points, Brooklyn Langkabel had 14 and Alayna Munson added 10.

The Yellow Jackets play again on Saturday at Edinburgh.

Shelbyville splits with Pendleton Heights

The Shelbyville swimming and diving teams competed against Pendleton Heights on Tuesday.

The Golden Bears and Arabians split the meet.

The Golden Bears boys’ team earned a win. Cameron Baker (1-meter diving), Noah Welch (100 Breaststroke), Kameron Tucker (100 Freestyle), Nick Duffy (100 Freestyle) and Layne Carrell (500 Freestyle) all had personal bests.

The girls were defeated by a very talented Arabians team, according to head coach Coen Weiler.

Gabbie Knox (50 Freestyle), Raven Bolden (200 Freestyle and 100 Freestyle) and Cassidy Welch (50 Freestyle and 100 Freestyle) had personal bests.

Preliminary rounds for the Hoosier Heritage Conference diving meet will begin today at Greenfield-Central.

Diving finals and the swim portion of the HHC meet will take place on Saturday morning at New Palestine.