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February 2, 2014

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> SOUTHERN INDIANA — FRIDAY’S LATE RESULTS

LANESVILLE SHOOTS PAST MUSKETEERS


Lanesville knocked down seven 3-pointers and cruised to a 74-42 victory over Eastern on Friday.

Jack Ferree had a game-high 19 points and hit two 3s for the 9-6 Eagles. Jason Harmon added 16 points and Joe Ferree, who also hit a pair of shots behind the 3-point line, had 13.

Eastern got 14 points from Jacob Timmons in the loss.

LANESVILLE 74, EASTERN 42

Eastern        12 11 13 6—42

Lanesville    22 20 24 8—74


    Eastern scoring: Jacob Timmons 14, Jack Hayes 8, Dakota Snider 5, Jude Olesh 5, Dakota Jackson 4, Jessie Murphy 2, Dalton Jackson 2, Jordan Eberle 2.

    Lanesville scoring: Jack Ferree 19, Jason Harmon 16, Joe Ferree 13, Tate Stilger 6, Ryan Fulkerson 6, Micah Lane 6, Matthew Husband 5, Noah Frazier 2, Gabe Sronce 1.

    3-point field goals: Eastern 1 (Olesh); Lanesville 7 (Jack Ferree 2, Joe Ferree 2, Stilger 2, Husband).

    Free throws: Eastern 3-8, Lanesville 17-22.

    Next: Eastern (4-9, 1-5 MSC) hosts Corydon Central (11-2, 4-1 MSC), Friday.

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