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December 4, 2013

H.S. ROUNDUP: Dragons earn first win, 70-47 over Clarksville

Barnett scores 15 to lead Creek

CLARKSVILLE —  Alexis Barnett scored 15 points, including a pair of 3-pointers, to help lead Silver Creek to a 70-47 Mid-Southern Conference victory over Clarksville on Wednesday.

Hannah Mattingly and Kelsi Scott added 12 points apiece for the Dragons, who were 0-3 overall and 0-1 in the MSC coming into the contest.

Clarksville senior Gabby Evans led all scorers with 18 points. Haley Jenkins and Bailey Sharp finished with nine each for the Generals, who were only down 15-13 after one quarter before being outscored by the Dragons 16-5 in the second quarter.

“I thought our girls played very well,” Clarksville coach B.D. Ledbetter said. “The second quarter kills us, but overall I think the girls showed a lot of improvement. We’re moving in the right direction.”

The Generals will attempt to equal last year’s win total of four on Saturday when they host 2-2 Crawford County. On the same afternoon, Creek hosts MSC-rival Corydon Central, which is also 2-2 overall.

SILVER CREEK 70, C LARKSVILLE 47

Silver Creek    15 16 16 23—70

Clarksville    13   5 10 19—47

    Silver Creek (1-3, 1-1 MSC): Haley Baxter 4, Lauren Cunliffe 2, Bailee Popp 9, Alexis Barnett 15, Tori Martin 3, Morgan Knies 9, Lauren Polston 2, Hannah Mattingly 12, Kelsi Scott 12.

    Clarksville (3-4, 0-1): Courtney Holmes 5, Morgan Eversole 4, Haley Jenkins 9, Gabby Evans 18, Bailey Sharp 9, Brittney Fryrear 2.

    3-point field goals: Silver Creek 4 (Barnett 2, Martin, Knies); Clarksville 4 (Sharp 2, Holmes, Evans).

TUESDAY’S RESULTS

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

WARRIORS GETS BY EASTERN

SCOTTSBURG — Eastern let a 36-30 halftime lead and fell at Scottsburg 84-76 in a Mid-Southern Conference contest on Tuesday.

The victorious Warriors, who got 24 points from Christian Evans and 23 from Christian Barrett, outscored the Musketeers 25-16 in the third quarter and 29-26 in the final period.

Alex Doebler led Eastern with a game-high 26 points. Jude Olesh added 19 and Grant Newcomb had 11, including 6 for 6 from the foul line, for the Musketeers.

A total of 80 free throws were taken in the contest, with Eastern going 25 for 33 and the Warriors 33 for 47.

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