The Hamilton Southeastern Royals staged a late comeback to defeat the Zionsville Eagles in a boy/girl doubleheader, with the girls team winning 76-72 and the boys team securing a 42-35 victory. Allie Caldwell of Zionsville scored 27 points but fouled out early in the fourth quarter, paving the way for Maya Makalusky's 37-point performance for Hamilton Southeastern.

By the Numbers
  • Zionsville's girls held a 10-point fourth quarter lead before the Royals overcame the deficit to win 76-72.
  • Maya Makalusky scored 37 points for Hamilton Southeastern in the girls game.
  • The boys game ended 42-35 in favor of Hamilton Southeastern, with the Royals securing victory with an 8-1 run in the final 50 seconds.
State of Play
  • Hamilton Southeastern's girls team is ranked No. 1 and secured a crucial win to potentially claim the Hoosier Crossroads Conference title.
  • Zionsville Eagles' boys team struggled, with Coach JR Howell acknowledging the team's difficulties in securing 50/50 balls.
Bottom Line

The Hamilton Southeastern Royals' remarkable come-from-behind victories against the Zionsville Eagles showcased their resilience and ability to capitalize on crucial moments, potentially shaping their momentum as they progress through the season.