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January 24, 2013

GREG'S PICKS: Jeff moving closer to defending HHC crown

Red Devils two victories away from repeating as conference champs



BOYS — New Albany at Jasper

• Time: 7:30 p.m.

• Records: New Albany 7-5, Jasper 6-6.

• Last year: At New Albany 82, Jasper 39.

• Last 15 years: New Albany 12-3.

• Analysis: It’s one of those long back-to-back road weekends for New Albany, but the Bulldogs should be able to handle it.

• Greg’s Pick: New Albany 70, Jasper 54.

GIRLS — Evansville Bosse at New Albany

• Time: 2:30 p.m.

• Records: Bosse 13-6, New Albany 9-9.

• Last year: New Albany 73, at Bosse 71.

• Last 10 years: New Albany 5-3.

• Analysis: Have we mentioned that Tanner Marcum is playing really, really well lately? It will take an another enormous effort from Marcum and the Bulldogs to beat Bosse.

• Greg’s Pick: New Albany 56, Bosse 54.

GIRLS — South Central at Borden

• Time: 2:30 p.m.

• Records: South Central 5-12 (2-2 Southern Athletic Conference); Borden 10-6 (2-2 SAC).

• Last year: Borden 70, at South Central 30.

• Last 10 years: South Central 17-2.

• Analysis: Borden’s picking up steam as it heads toward time to defend its sectional title.

• Greg’s Pick: Borden 44, South Central 35.

GIRLS — Silver Creek at Scottsburg

• Time: 7:30 p.m.

• Records: Silver Creek 13-6 (6-2 Mid-Southern Conference); Scottsburg 12-6 (7-0 MSC).

• Rankings: Scottsburg — Class 3A No. 16 Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association.

• Last year: Scottsburg 62, at Silver Creek 38.

• Last 10 years: Scottsburg 9-1.

• Analysis: Scottsburg’s not playing as well as early in the season, giving the Dragons a little hope of shaking up the MSC. The Warriorettes would clinch at least a share of the conference crown with a win.

• Greg’s Pick: Scottsburg 64, Silver Creek 57.


Tanner Marcum, New Albany

Marcum continued to cement her legacy at New Albany with two more outstanding performances last week. In a 55-49 win over Charlestown on Jan. 15, the Bulldog senior had 27 points, eight rebounds and three assists. Then last Friday against rival Jeffersonville, she went for 23 points, eight assists and three steals, leading New Albany past the Red Devils, 55-43.

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