Kentucky All-Stars snap drought, beat Indiana in girls All-Star game
Kentucky All-Stars snap drought, beat Indiana in girls All-Star game.
The Kentucky All-Stars defeated Indiana’s All-Stars, 75-67 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.
"In the second half we shot lights out, around 60 percent and defensively we were more active, we took away shots and they didn’t get as many transition baskets.
We hit some big threes down the stretch too."
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"She is so good at getting into the lane and getting that penetration, she’s hard to keep in front of, she can make shots and (pass) and find teammates."
Penn’s former high school teammate Tasia Jeffries tallied 12 points, all on 3-pointers, to go with three rebounds and two assists while Breia Torrens scored three points and grabbed four rebounds.
Former Manual guard Tonysha Curry scored two points and had four rebounds and former Trimble County guard Kaylee Clifford scored 10 points with two 3-pointers and four rebounds.
New Albany’s Chyna Anthony struggled with her shooting, missing all seven shots she took and finishing with one made free throw, though she did grab nine rebounds.
The two teams continue their series Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Frankfort Convention Center in Frankfort.