The Harrisburg High School girls' basketball team won it's eighth straight game to start the season, as the Bulldogs, who came in at No. 6 in the first Associated Press Top 10 Girls Basketball Poll to the start the season, knocked off Du Quoin 49-41 last Thursday night.
An interesting stat of note is that Harrisburg shot more free throws than attempted field goals as the 'Dogs went 22-for-44 from the charity stripe and went 12-for-32 from the field in the win.
Lydia Miller was the lone Bulldog to score in double figures as the senior forward put up 17 points.
Summer Sanders netted nine points for Harrisburg, while Lauren McDaniel added eight points and Essence Sanders scored seven points.
Gabby Adams chipped in with six points, while Lauryn Gribble tacked on two points.
Harrisburg 57, Marion 38
Harrisburg's Stream Black led all scorers with 14 points as the Bulldogs put two other players in double figures in a 57-38 win over Marion Saturday.
Lauren McDaniel tacked on 13 points and Essence Sanders tacked on 10 for the Bulldogs in the win.
Also scoring for Harrisburg was: Chelsea Davidson with eight points, Summer Sanders with six points, Lydia Miller finished with four points and Lexi Williams tossed in two points.
Harrisburg travels to Webber Township on Tuesday and will host Murphysboro on Thursday.
Eldorado 40, Carmi-White County 36
Eldorado put two players in double figures in a 40-36 Black Diamond Conference win over Carmi-White County Thursday night.
Lexie Mitchell led all scorers with 15 points, while Paige Munds also notched double figures tacking on 10 points.
Emma Wargel netted nine points, while Lilly Mosby and MiKayla Rash each tacked on three points a piece.
Eldorado (6-1, 1-0 BDC) travels to Hamilton County Thursday and will play at Herrin on Saturday night.
Gallatin County 47, Hardin County 23
Gallatin County built a 23-11 first half lead and cruised to a 47-23 Greater Egyptian Conference win over Hardin County late last week.
The Hawks (5-5, 1-0 GEC) got a game-high 11 points from Carly Foster and another 10 points from Audrey Jackson, while Mackenzie Russell scored seven points and Sydney Bickett chipped in with six points.
Gracie Sauls finished with five points for GHCS, while Molly Newton tossed in four points. Hallie Zirkelbach and Halli DeNeal each finished with two points a piece.
Gallatin County was slated to play at Galatia on Monday night, while hosting Goreville on Wednesday night and Dongola on Friday night.
Galatia-Thompsonville 52, Pope County 51
Galatia-Thompsonville stayed perfect, improving to 5-0 overall and moving to 2-0 in the GEC with a 52-51 win over Pope County Thursday night.
Kate Bond netted 22 points to lead the way for the Bearcats, while Jaedyn Beers netted nine points and pulled down a team-high 10 points.
Chloe Mays and Bridget Taylor each scored seven points, while Maddie McFarland finished with four points and Avery Evans tacked on three points.