The Lady Indians couldn't overcome a tough shooting performance to earn a win Wednesday against an 11th Region rival.
Madison Central (6-8) had just eight field goals in a 68-32 loss to Scott County (9-5) in Richmond.
The Lady Indians had 25 turnovers and shot just 15.4 percent from the field, including 2-of-19 from three-point range.
Senior Taleya Todd had a team-best eight points and three rebounds. Brianna Bierbaum had seven points.
Central trailed just 15-9 after the first quarter, but was held scoreless for the next six minutes.
A 15-0 run helped the Lady Cardinals out-score the Lady Indians 21-4 in the second period.
Central trailed 36-13 at halftime and was down 55-22.
The game featured 45 turnovers and 45 fouls.
Central was 14-of-26 from the free throw line. The Lady Cardinals were 15-of-24 at the line.
Twelve players scored for Scott County.
Jekauri McKeithen had five points and nine rebounds for Central. Gretchen Hammitt had four points and six rebounds. Brittany Campbell had two points and four points.
Raelynn Miller had two points and three rebounds. Eve Carter had two points and three assists, while Nataya Strader had two points.
Central is set to return to action Monday at Franklin County.