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Late surge helps No. 9/9 @bhsdogsghoops sink Noblesville in HCC opener

Late surge helps No. 9/9 @bhsdogsghoops sink Noblesville in HCC opener

By Keelen Barlow

The Brownsburg varsity girls' basketball team won their Hoosier Crossroads Conference opener 52-36 over Noblesville to move to 6-1 on the season. The Bulldogs trailed by a point heading into the final quarter, but Brownsburg outscored the Millers 23-6 over the final stretch to secure the win.

Allison Bosse led the Bulldogs with 16 points while Ally Becki posted a 15 point, 7 rebound, 7 assist performance in the win. Becki also had 1 steal and just a single turnover in the game.

Kailyn Terrell hit four three pointers in the fourth quarter and finished the game with a career-high 15 points.

Brownsburg opened the matchup on a 7-0 run but that was not a sign of what was to come for most of the game. The two teams were locked in a defensive slugfest up until the end of the third quarter.  

Bosse paced the Bulldogs in the first half as she scored 13 of the Bulldogs' 24 points.

Brownsburg led 19-14 with a few minutes left in the first half. The Millers outscored the Bulldogs 8-5 over the final few minutes to trim the lead.

After only 13 combined points from the teams in the third, Terrell busted out of the gate with back to back three pointers in the fourth. Ally Becki hit a fastbreak layup then Terrell hit two more threes to cap off an 11-0 Brownsburg run to open the fourth quarter.

Brownsburg capitalized on forced turnovers and hot shooting to spark the late run and they came away with the big Hoosier Crossroads Conference win.

Up Next

Brownsburg will host the defending IHSAA Class 4A state champion Hamilton Southeastern Royals at the Varsity Fieldhouse for their next matchup. Tip-off is set for 7:30 on November 26.

 

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