Bishop Carroll cured its free-throw woes Tuesday night.
Carroll, which had been struggling at the free-throw line, hit all 14 of its charity tosses and needed them to defeat Northwest 48-40.
Northwest hit 16 field goals to 14 for Carroll and both teams had six three-pointers.
Jordyn Miller paced Carroll in scoring with 16, 12 in the second half. Kayla Demel added 11, five in the second quarter when Carroll raced to a 23-15 halftime lead.
Shayla Cotman and Cassie Pauls scored 11 points apiece for Northwest.
Other City League
West 36, North 26 — Jamisha Bonner scored 14 points to lead West to victory. Jayden Dennis scored eight for North. The win snapped a 37-game losing streak for the Pioneers.
Collegiate 41, Rose Hill 37 (OT) — Keli Dunn scored seven of Collegiate’s eight points in overtime.
Dunn opened the overtime with a three-points, one of four she had for the night.
Collegiate had a chance to win it in regulation, holding the ball for the last shot, which missed.
Newton 52, Valley Center 41 — Tied up 37-37 early in the third quarter, Newton hit 9 of 17 free throws down the stretch to top the Hornets by 11 at the end of the game. Jacque Anderson spearheaded Newton with 12 points, while Megan Barnes and Meagan Williams contributed eight apiece for Valley Center.
Andale 59, Buhler 37 — Three Andale players scored in double figures as the Indians rolled to a win over visiting Buhler. Rachel Eck led Andale with 16 points; Lauren Rowland chipped in with 15 and Brittany Meyer had 14. Jessica Steffen led Buhler with 16 points.
Clearwater 37, Mulvane 32 — Clearwater trailed 15-14 at the half, but it could have been worse if not for Ivy Sizemore contributing 6 of her eight points in that frame. Ivy, playing in her first varsity game, helped the Indians rally after a lacklustre start. Brooke Winter hit six of her eight points in the fourth quarter. Destynee Donaldson led Mulvane with 10 points.
Campus 52, Eisenhower 47 — Campus got the win on the strength of 13 points from Kiyra Ivy and 10 points each from Brianna Bosley and Hayley Leeper. The Colts hit just 16 of 31 free throws but Eisenhower had only one player in double figures with Kilah Hoenscheidt at 13 points.
Maize 56, Andover Central 38 — Maize outscored Andover Central 19-4 at the free-throw line. Keiryn Swenson led Maize in scoring with 24, 14 in the first half. Paige Lingwitz added 15 for Maize. Andover Central was led in scoring by Katie Kretchmar with 10.
Derby 68, Arkansas City 26 — Derby raced to a 40-11 halftime lead and never looked back in a win over visiting Arkansas City. Mackenzie Holcomb led the Panthers with 21 points and Alyxis Bowens was the other Derby player in double figures with 10 points.
McPherson 55, Circle 36 — Abby Pedersen scored 19 points and Oklahoma State signee Katelyn Loecker added 17 points to lead McPherson to the win at Towanda.
Hillsboro 65, Thomas More Prep 25 — Hillsboro’s Maci Sclehuber led the Trojans with 20 points while Addie Lackey added 18 points in a rout.