GIRLS: Immaculate Heart's five march on - Tucson News Now

GIRLS: Immaculate Heart's five march on

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Sarah Martin scored 13 points Wednesday night, knocking down three three-pointers to lead 4th ranked Immaculate Heart to a 43-33 non-conference victory over visiting Tombstone.

The win was the 8th straight for the Knights (22-3, 6-0) who are on a collision course with #3 Baboquivari (18-2, 5-0) for the Conference 1A South regional title. Immaculate Heart won the 1A South title last season.

The Yellow Jackets (2-20) Brianna Willey led all scorers with 14 points.

Our David Kelly will have a feature coming up on the Immaculate Heat girls next week. The Knights this season are playing with just five players on their roster.

RELATED: The Knights discuss their favorite tunes when the bus hits the pavement for an away game

In the boys’ game, Tombstone beat the Immaculate Heart 78-55.

Other area scores from Wednesday night:

Boys Basketball

Nogales 56, Ironwood Ridge 42
St. Augustine Catholic 100, Elfrida Valley 43
Empire 94, Santa Rita 39

Girls Basketball

Patagonia 40, St. Augustine Catholic 24

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