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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

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> SOUTHERN INDIANA — Last Week’s Stars

• Kaitlyn Henning, Charlestown: 21 points in the Pirates’ 55-49 loss to New Albany on Jan. 15; 25 points, including two 3-pointers, in Charlestown’s 58-39 win over Salem on Jan. 17.

• Ashley Johnson, New Washington: 16 points in the Mustangs’ 56-51 win over Brownstown on Jan. 15; 29 points, three assists in last Saturday’s 52-36 win over South Central; 10 points, 7 assists in Tuesday’s 80-21 win over Crothersville.

• Haley Vogen, Jeffersonville: 24 points in the Red Devils’ 51-47 loss to Seymour on Jan. 15; 18 points, nine rebounds in last Friday’s 55-43 loss to New Albany.

• Meredith Endris, Providence: 26 points in the Pioneers’ 92-22 win over Rock Creek on Jan. 15; team-high 10 points in Tuesday’s 35-33 win over Crawford County.

• Haley Jenkins, Clarksville: 16 points in the Generals’ 43-38 win over Lanesville on Jan. 17; team-high 10 points in Tuesday’s 37-25 loss to Henryville.

• Abby Ellis, Borden: Game-high 16 points in Tuesday’s 49-32 win over West Washington.

• Allison Burch, Christian Academy: 17 points, including two 3-pointers, in a 61-57 win over Medora on Monday.

GIRLS’ POWER POLL

Team    Record    Last

1. New Washington    16-2    1

2. Silver Creek    13-6    2

3. New Albany    9-9    3

4. Charlestown     9-9    4

5. Borden    10-6    7

6. Jeffersonville    6-13    5

7. Floyd Central    10-9    6

8. Henryville    11-9    8

9. Providence    10-9    9

10. Clarksville    4-16    10

BOYS’ PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Chris Braun, Charlestown

The Charlestown senior had two outstanding performances in two Pirate wins last weekend. Last Friday, he put up 21 points and eight rebounds in a 68-66 Mid-Southern Conference win over Eastern. He followed that with a 32-point, seven-rebound, five-block performance in last Saturday’s 61-52 victory over Madison Shawe.

Last Week’s Stars

• Darryl Baker, Jeffersonville: 37 points, three assists in last Saturday’s 83-79 overtime win over Columbus East.

• Billy Kirchgessner, Borden: 13 points, six rebounds, six assists in last Friday’s 54-44 win over Christian Academy; 11 points, eight rebounds in last Saturday’s 64-40 win over Henryville.

• Aaron Daniel, Charlestown: 10 points in last Friday’s 68-66 win over Eastern; Triple-double of 11 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists in last Saturday’s 61-52 victory over Madison Shawe.

• Aidan McEwen, Clarksville: 16 points in last Friday’s 65-52 win over Scottsburg; 16 points, nine rebounds in last Saturday’s 59-44 win over Trinity Lutheran.

• Kortrell White, Jeffersonville: 13 points (3-of-4 field goals, 7-of-7 free throws) in last Saturday’s 83-79 overtime win over Columbus East.

• Anthony Edwards, New Albany: 14 points, 11 rebounds in last Friday’s 60-37 win over Silver Creek.

• Aaron Hayes, Christian Academy: 22 points in last Friday’s 54-44 loss to Borden.

• Jalen McCoy, Borden: 12 points in last Friday’s 54-44 win over Christian Academy; 17 points in last Saturday’s 64-40 win over Henryville.

• Gabe Bauer, Silver Creek: 13 points in Tuesday’s upset win over Providence.

BOYS’ POWER POLL

Team    Record    Last

1. Jeffersonville    12-2    1

2. Providence    12-2    2

3. Clarksville    11-3    3

4. Borden    11-2    4

5. New Albany    7-5    5

6. Charlestown    8-4    6

7. Silver Creek    4-10    8

8. Rock Creek    7-9    7

9. Christian Academy    5-7    9

10. New Washington    6-8    10

    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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