Trojan basketball on the air

Lorenzo Pettiford and John Harp will broadcast the play-by-play and color commentary on radio station WMDH-AM, 1550 on the dial for tonight’s Rushville at New Castle boys basketball game.

A pregame show will air at 7 p.m., followed by the game at 7:30 p.m. A post-game show will air after that.

Girls Basketball

Shenandoah 81, Lapel 35

The Raiders hosted the Bulldogs from western Madison County Thursday night and walloped them by 46 points.

It was the 11th consecutive win by double digits for Class 2A No. 11 Shenandoah, who improved to 14-3 for the season.

The Raiders host Indianapolis Ritter this afternoon and Cowan Tuesday night, the latter for a Mid-Eastern Conference game.

Tri 80, Anderson Prep Academy 50

The Titans hosted the winless Jets Thursday evening for a varsity-only game and defeated them by 30 points to improve to 7-5 for the season.

Tri hosts Hagerstown Monday night for a Tri-Eastern Conference game.

Hagerstown 47, Cambridge City Lincoln 6

The Tigers hosted the Golden Eagles Thursday night and thrashed them by 41 points to improve to 3-3 in the Tri-Eastern Conference and 7-8 for the season.

Hagerstown travels to Franklin County tonight and to Tri Monday night, the latter for another TEC game.

Jr. High/Middle School Girls Basketball

Tri 44, Daleville 14 (7th)

The 7th-grade Titan girls traveled to southwestern Delaware County Thursday evening and continued their winning ways with a lopsided win over the host Broncos to improve to 6-0 for the season.

Tri’s Olivia Parham dominated the court with 20 points and nine rebounds. The Titans’ Nakaya Cridge scored 10 points and grabbed three rebounds; and Emma Mondrush, Ava Houchins, and Jillian Chew scored four points apiece.

In addition, Houchins contributed two assists, Chew corralled five rebounds, and Parham and Chew had three assists and two steals each. Tri’s Rylan Matthews rounded out the scoring with two points and also had two steals.