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February 20, 2013

GREG'S PICKS: Braves look to recover against rival Clarksville

Several teams setting themselves up for big runs

(Continued)

JEFFERSONVILLE — SATURDAY

INDIANAPOLIS HERRON (10-9) at HENRYVILLE (0-19), 7:30 p.m.

• Series last 15 years: No meetings.

• Last year: Did not play.

• Analysis: It’s a shame the Hornets didn’t play the way it did against West Washington against Indianapolis International. They surely would have won. The records wouldn’t indicated it, but Henryville has a chance to win this one, too.

• Greg’s Pick: Herron 54, Henryville 49.

BOYS’ PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Darryl Baker, Jeffersonville

Baker is the News and Tribune Player of the Week for the fourth time this season after scoring 79 points in three wins last week. The Red Devil senior opened the week with a 29-point performance in Friday’s 68-51 win over defending Kentucky state champion Louisville Trinity. The next night Baker matched his career-high with 38 points in the Devils’ big 85-65 win at Castle. Then on Tuesday he added 12 more points as Jeff beat Charlestown 96-66.

Last Week’s Stars

• Aaron Hayes, Christian Academy: 15 points in Thursday’s 62-47 victory over North Bullitt; 20 points in Friday’s 67-52 win over Medora; 24 points in Monday’s 54-51 win at Trinity Lutheran; 27 points, 14 rebounds in Tuesday’s 68-54 win over Crothersville.

• DeVonta King, Christian Academy: 17 points, 6 rebounds, 2 blocks in Thursday’s win over North Bullitt;  32 points, 12 rebounds in Friday’s win over Medora; 18 points in Monday’s victory over Trinity Lutheran; 14 points in Tuesday’s triumph over Crothersville.

• Aaron Daniel, Charlestown: 14 points in Friday’s 71-47 win over Salem; 24 points in Tuesday’s loss to Jeffersonville.

• Jeff Byrne, New Albany: 18 points on 6-of-7 3-pointers in Friday’s 58-49 win over Bedford North Lawrence; 12 points in Saturday’s 69-53 win over Arlington.

• Michael Lynch, Borden: team-high 17 points in Friday’s 56-55 overtime win over Clarksville; 9 points in Tuesday’s 45-32 win over West Washington.

• Calvin McEwen: game-high 22 points in Friday’s 56-55 overtime loss to Borden 13 points in Tuesday’s 84-34 win over Henryville.

• R.J. Jackson, Eastern: 21 points in 76-47 loss at Brownstown.

• Ian Hughes, New Washington, 21 points in Friday’s 55-54 loss at South Central.

• Drew Hussung, Floyd Central: 12 points in Friday’s 48-38 win over Jasper.

• Devin Burt, Rock Creek: 19 points in Friday’s 56-48 loss at Madison Shawe.

• Keenan Williams, Jeffersonville: 7 points in Friday’s 68-51 win over Trinity; 8 points in Saturday’s 85-65 win over Castle; career-high and game-high 28 points in Tuesday’s win over Charlestown.

• Tyler Collins, Henryville: 18 points in Friday’s 46-39 loss to West Washington; 20 points in Tuesday’s loss to Clarksville.

• Gabe Bauer, Silver Creek: team-high 14 points in Friday’s 35-34 loss to Corydon Central.

BOYS’ POWER POLL

Team    Record    Last

1. Jeffersonville    19-3    1

2. Providence    16-3    2

3. Borden    16-3    5

4. New Albany    13-6    4

5. Clarksville    15-5    3

6. Charlestown    11-8    6

7. Eastern    9-10    7

8. Silver Creek    8-11    8

9. Christian Academy    11-9    10

10. Floyd Central    5-16    —

    Note on the Power Poll: The power polls aren’t based solely on which teams would beat which. Factors like team records and how they are expected to perform in their respective class sectionals are also taken into account.

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