All three local girls basketball teams were in action Tuesday night with two teams coming home with victories. Playing in its first game as the No. 1 ranked team in the state for Class 3A, Gibson Southern picked up a win at Vincennes Lincoln, while Wood Memorial ended its 5-game losing streak with a win at North Posey. Princeton Community fell to 3-2 on the season with a home loss to Mount Vernon. GIBSON SOUTHERN 63, Vincennes Lincoln 53: Kamryn Miller poured in a season-high 24 points to pace the Lady Titans as they improved to 6-0 on the season. Miller scored 11 of her game-high total in the third quarter as Gibson Southern led 47-42 heading into the final eight minutes of play. The two teams traded points throughout most of the first three quarters as Lincoln led 15-14 after the first quarter and the Lady Titans managed a 32-31 lead at the break. Meredith Raley (13), Shay Whitten (11) and Claire Jones (10) all joined Miller in double figures scoring. Taylor Singer came off the bench and pulled down a game-high 10 rebounds in the win. Darrian Carmean led the host Alices with 18 points including 13-for-13 shooting at the free-throw line. PRINCETON COMMUNITY 34, Mount Vernon 49: The visitors outscored the Lady Tigers 20-8 in the second quarter and never looked back in the win. Princeton trailed just 6-4 after the first eight minutes of play. Cortney Dove and Hannah Sisk led the Lady Tigers with 11 points apiece. The 34 points marked a season low for Princeton. WOOD MEMORIAL 54, North Posey 24: The visiting Trojans outscored the Vikings 18-5 in the first eight minutes of play and never looked back. The Wood Memorial offense, who had struggled with consistency in the first six games of the season, added 15 more points in the second period for a commanding 33-12 lead at the break. Peyton Shoultz scored a game-high 16 points to lead the Trojans, while Sydney Lamar added 12 points. The win moves Wood Memorial to 2-5 on the season. NOTE: For complete coverage of all three games from Tuesday night, please see Thursday's edition of the Daily Clarion.

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