In an all-star basketball game played between Indiana and Kentucky high school juniors on Sunday, June 2, at Scottsburg High School, the Indiana players proved to be far superior. 

The Indiana team blasted the boys from the Bluegrass State by the score of 130-103, after racing to a 69-45 lead at halftime. 

Richmond Red Devil guard Cedric Horton had a significant impact on the outcome of the game. 

Horton came off the bench to score 9 points, had a steal and did not commit a turnover in 14 minutes of action.

Julius Gizzi (New Palestine High School) led Indiana with a game-high 27-point performance off the bench. Gizzi hit 10 of his 11 field goal attempts.  

Trent Sisley (Heritage Hills High School) scored 20 points. Braylon Mullins (Greenfield-Central High School) scored 14 points. Tre Singleton (Jeffersonville High School) scored 11 points. Mark Zachery IV (Ben Davis High School) and JonAnthony Hall (Fishers High School) each scored 10 points. Dezman Briscoe (Crispus Attucks High School) scored 9 points. 

Maddox Huff (Harlan County High School) led Kentucky with 22 points. Zander Carter (Paul Blazer-Ashland High School) scored 18 points.

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A version of this article appeared in the June 12 2024 print edition of the Western Wayne News.

Dan Harney is a sports reporter at the Western Wayne News.