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December 20, 2013

HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Borden advances past Eastern 58-40

Braves will face Salem for Washington County title tonight

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> SOUTHERN INDIANA — CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 29, SOUTH CENTRAL 60

South Central             15 17  15 13—60

Christian Academy      5   8   6  13—29


    South Central scoring: Miller 18, Walker 17, Blackmon 3, O’ Conner 6, Nalley 3, Goodman 4, Sally 2, Billender 2, Kiaser 3.

    Christian Academy scoring: Allison Burch 14, Hayleigh Caldwell 5, Brittany Moffett 5, Rachel Wright 3, Danielle Summit 4, Cortney Baird 1.

    3-point field goals: South Central 6 (Walker 5, O’ Conner 1); Christian Academy 1 (Birch 2).

    Free throws: South Central 12-18, Christian Academy 3-12.

    Next: Christian Academy (2-2) hosts Switzerland County (4-0), Jan. 4.

LATE THURSDAY ROUNDUP

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

EASTERN DOWNS MUSTANGS, 53-42


On Thursday night, senior guard Katie Ernstberger scored a game-high 18 points and dished out six assists to lead host Eastern past New Washington, 53-42.

Ernstberger also drew the defensive assignment on one of the Mustangs’ top players in Ashley Johnson, who was held to nine points. Johnson did not score in the first half.

Bailey England and Rachel Hamilton each tallied eight points for the Musketeers (6-2).

Courtney Amick paced New Washington (5-4) with 12 points, shooting a perfect 7-of-7 from the free-throw line. Teammate Caroline Ricks had nine points.

EASTERN 53, NEW WASHINGTON 42

New Washington    7  9   8 18—42

Eastern                   8 15 16 14—53


    New Washington scoring: Courtney Amick 12, Brooke Abbott 4, Ashley Johnson 9, Lexie James 3, Caroline Ricks 9, Kaitlyn Schindler 1, Emilee Holloway 2, Haley Tye 2.

    Eastern scoring: Katie Ernstberger 18, Taylor Drury 6, Rebekah Feist 7, Bailey England 8, Brooke Rodewig 6, Rachel Hamilton 8.

    3-point field goals: New Washington 1 (Amick); Eastern 4 (Ernstberger, Feist, England, Hamilton).

    Free throws: New Washington 17-23, Eastern 20-35.

    Next: Eastern (6-2) vs. West Washington (6-1), Washington County Invitational semifinal at Henryville, next Friday; New Washington (5-4) hosts Indianapolis Home School, today.

 

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