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Indiana boys, girls beat Kentucky

A night after blistering Kentucky by 54 points in Louisville, the Indiana boys all-stars claimed an 84-77 victory Saturday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.

In the girls game, Bridget Perry had 23 points and seven rebounds to lead the Indiana All-Stars to a 100-86 victory over Kentucky.

Devin Davis led Indianawith 19 points and 11 rebounds. Mr. Basketball Zak Irvin had 16.

Former Northrop standout and Purdue-bound Bryson Scott added 14 points on 5-of-7 shooting, had five rebounds and four assists.

New Haven’s V.J. Beachem, who will attend Notre Dame, added nine points, six rebounds, a block and two steals.

In the girls game, Taya Reimer had 19 points and 10 rebounds and South Side's Ariana Simmons added 14 points for Indiana, who split with Kentucky in the All-Star series for the second straight year.

Makayla Epps had 23 points and Larryn Brooks had 19 for Kentucky.

Indiana went on an 11-2 run at the end of the first half and beginning of the second to build a 10-point lead. Perry scored two free throws with18:45 left and then a basket to give Indiana a 46-36 lead. Indiana never looked back.

Indiana played without Miss. Basketball Stephanie Mavunga, who sprained her left knee in Indiana’s loss in Kentucky on Friday.

High School Sports Editor Greg Jones on prep sports.

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