Here is a recap of how the local girls basketball players are faring in college:
- Audrey Futrell (Trigg County) scored two points for Mid-Continent University in their 76-54 exhibition loss to Murray State Monday. Futrell, a freshman, has played in two games for MCU this year.
- Janada Acree (Trigg County) scored two points for Wabash Valley College as they beat Vincennes University 71-64. Acree, a sophomore, is a second-year starter for Wabash Valley.
- Olivia Akridge (Lyon County) scored 23 points to lead Transylvania to a 79-75 win over Wilmington College Tuesday in the season opener for the Lady Pioneers.
- Tayla Foster (Madisonville) had eight points and eight rebounds for Tennessee State in their 57-43 win over Southern Illinois Tuesday. Christian County's Denisha Mumford did not play for the Lady Tigers.
- Melly Heaton (Caldwell County) had two points for Campbellsville University in their 56-55 loss to Bethel University. Heaton was one of CU's leading scorers last year. Todd County's Millie Deason is also on the Campbellsville roster but didn't score against Bethel.
- Speaking of Todd County, former Lady Rebels Holly Simons and Evelyn Turner had a hand in Brescia's 69-62 win over UC-Clermont. Simons had five points and five rebounds, while Turner added three points and a rebound.
- Arnika Brown had an off night for Western Kentucky in their season opening 71-55 loss at Louisiana Tech. Brown was scoreless in 13 minutes for the Lady Toppers.
- Former Livingston Central standout Kayla Schull had 16 points and nine rebounds for Midway College in their 78-68 loss to Kentucky Christian Tuesday. Schull, a junior, is averaging 14.1 points a game for the Lady Eagles this year. Jessica Cozart, a freshman, came off the bench to score three points and grab two rebounds.