A pair of freshman -- Bailey Hensley and Eden Carter -- helped the Lady Indians pick up a win Monday on Senior Night in Richmond.
Carter had the game-winning basket as Madison Central (8-8) beat Woodford County (2-11), 64-62.
Bailey Hensley finished with 27 points, including 21 in the second half, while Carter had 16 points as the Lady Indians snapped a three-game losing streak.
Central had a 32-31 lead at halftime. Hensley scored 15 points in the third quarter, including her team's first 11 points of the quarter.
The Lady Indians had a 49-43 lead after three periods, but the Yellow Jackets pulled even with 58 seconds left. After two missed Woodford County free throws, Carter got a rebound and putback that put Central back in front with 6.9 seconds left.
Brittany Campbell had eight points. Eve Carter had six points. Gretchen Hammit had five points and Presley Lochmueller had two points.
Central is set to return to action Thursday at home against Clark County.
Lady Pirates fall
The Berea Community girls basketball team was 4-of-25 from three-point range, but still almost picked up a road win Monday over a tough 11th Region rival.
Madison Howell had 17 points, six rebounds and three assists as the Lady Pirates (5-4) fell to Great Crossing, 58-55, in Georgetown.
Alexis Newman had 12 points and four rebounds. Mati Stepp had eight points and eight assists and Chesney Lovins had eight points and 10 rebounds.
Berea shot just 36 percent from the field, had 13 turnovers and hit 15-of-20 free throws.
The Lady Pirates led 14-12 after the first quarter, but trailed 30-22 at halftime.
Maddy King had four points. Abigail Beard had two points and five rebounds. Mackenzie Howell had two points and seven rebounds, while Isis Rogers and Lauren Stepp had one point each.
Berea is set to return to action today at home against Lafayette.
Rowan County tops Madison Southern
Tara Wooten had 15 points, but the Madison Southern girls basketball team suffered a 61-52 loss to Rowan County on Monday in Berea.
The Lady Eagles (11-4) have lost back-to-back games for the first time this season.
Samantha Cornelison had 14 points, Lacie Parks had seven points and Morgan Flannery had six points for Southern.
The Lady Eagles are set to return to action today at home against Frederick Douglass.