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Floyd Central, Jeffersonville and New Albany — three of the state's best Class 4A teams — avoided playing each other in the first round of the sectional at Seymour.

LOUISVILLE — Tyrese Duncan's potential game-tying 15-footer in the final seconds came up short and Jeffersonville earned perhaps its biggest win of the season, 64-62, at Louisville Ballard on Thursday.

New Albany held on to its No. 1 position over unbeaten Warren Central in the latest IBCA single-class coaches' poll. New Albany and Warren Central each had eight of the 20 first-place votes. Third-ranked South Bend Riley (19-0) garnered the other four.

  • By TOM WHITUS sports@newsandtribune.com

HENRYVILLE — Senior forward Thomas Green made some big plays on both ends of the court and junior guard Kade Badger hit 5 of 6 free throw attempts in the second overtime as Henryville edged visiting Crawford County 47-41 for its 17th straight win Saturday night.

  • By MIKE HUTSELL sports@newsandtribune.com

SCOTTSBURG — Zane Gross helped flip the script on an ugly first half chapter for Silver Creek and propelled the Dragons to at least a share of Mid-Southern Conference championship Friday with a 57-36 win over Scottsburg at Meyer Gymnasium. 

  • By JON REITER sports@newsandtribune.com

NEW ALBANY - During a season when there's been some inconsistency, the Christian Academy Warriors appear to be finding their groove as the postseason approaches.

SEYMOUR — Jorie Allen’s baseline jumper with 3.1 seconds left lifted Bedford North Lawrence to its seventh straight sectional title — and in the process dashed Jeffersonville’s own championship dreams — on Saturday night.

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