Added Hoover: “I tell you what, Nakeya Penny 31, Whitney 45, there are not many duos like that in the state. We just played pretty well.”
The Indians were within 61-55 after three quarters but the Berries opened the fourth with a 6-0 run to take a 12-point lead. Jennings started the run with a steal and basket, hit two free throws in the one-and-bonus and Penny sank a 15-footer.
The Indians got to within 74-67 on a Williams 3-pointer with 3:30 left to play but would get no closer.
The Berries got into the bonus with 5:16 remaining in the first half 7:18 left in the second. They hit 34 of 42 free throws in the game with Jennings and Penny shooting all of them.
The Indians outrebounded the Berries 40-33 in the game including 19-10 on the offensive glass. They outscored Logan 21-6 from the 3-point line but were outscored 34-13 on the foul line.
They won the turnover battle 15-9.
Logan shot 24 of 52 from the field (46.2 percent) to Anderson’s 26 of 65 (40 percent).