H.S. ROUNDUP: North Harrison edges New Albany, 48-41

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Posted: Friday, December 6, 2013 12:06 am

The New Albany girls’ basketball team came up short against North Harrison on Thursday night in a game the Bulldogs let slip away. The Lady Cats defeated New Albany at The Doghouse, 48-41.

“We have got to learn how to take advantage of the opportunities we are giving,” New Albany coach Tammy Geron said.

The Bulldogs (1-2) got off to a good start and put up a lot of early points in the first quarter. New Albany was able to grab an early lead and maintain it throughout the first to take a 20-12 lead.

North Harrison used the second quarter to start chipping away at the Bulldog lead. The Lady Cats stayed with their scoring pace and was able to hold New Albany outscoring the Bulldogs 13-7, cutting the New Albany lead to two going into the half 27-25.

The Lady Cats took the lead from New Albany again in the third quarter, holding the Bulldogs to seven points in the quarter.    

North Harrison was only able to put up 11 points, but it was just enough to take a two-point lead into the fourth, 36-34.

The back-and-forth action picked up in the fourth with both teams in reach of the victory. North Harrison’s defense was as good, as it had been for the last three quarters again holding the Bulldogs to only seven points in the final frame. The Lady Cats tallied up 12 points earning just enough to put the Bulldogs away 48-41.

Brianne Nixon led the Bulldogs with 12 points, while Lauren Camm posted six points, 13 rebounds and five assists as New Albany came up short.

“We have to have better processions and we have got to learn how to win,” said Geron.

NORTH HARRISON 48, NEW ALBANY 41

N. Harrison    12 13 11 12—48

New Albany    20  7  7  7—41

    North Harrison (5-2): Book 8, Lambert 18, Burson 2, Jones 4, Neal 2, Elliott 3, Chiquito 2, Burns 9.

    New Albany (1-2): Brianne Nixon 12, Brittany Knight 8, Lauren Camm 6, Marissa Jones 6, Jenna Shine 4, Clarie Hirsch 2, Ashley Lyninger 2, Aaliyah Bell 1.

    Free throws: North Harrison 22-32, New Albany 8-17.

    Next: New Albany (1-2) hosts Bedford North Lawrence (6-0), Saturday.

MUSTANGS ROLL PAST ROCK CREEK

Freshman Haley Tye had 17 points to lead host New Washington past Rock Creek Academy on Thursday, 81-10. Teammate Ashley Johnson had 15 points and a game-high five assists.

Also for the Mustangs (4-3), Macie McCarty, Gracie Krouse, Caroline Ricks and Brooke Abbott each scored eight points.

For Rock Creek (0-4), Amelia McCoy and Ahyenday Thornton each had three points.

NEW WASHINGTON 81, ROCK CREEK 10

Rock Creek     1  5  2  2—10

New Wash    27 27 11 16—81

    Rock Creek: Amelia McCoy 3, Ahyenday Thorton 3, Ally Corbett 2, Thalia Tolentino 2.

    New Wash: Haley Tye 17, Ashley Johnson 15, Macie McCarty 8, Gracie Krouse 8, Caroline Ricks 8, Brooke Abbott 8, Lexie James 7, Katie Harrod 4, Courtney Amick 2, Kaitlyn Schindler 2, Emilee Holloway 2.

    Free throws: Rock Creek 3-9, New Wash 5-11.

    Next: New Washington (4-3) at Madison, Tuesday; Rock Creek (0-4) at Medora, next Thursday.

 

HORNETS DEFEAT LANESVILLE

Haley Huddleston and Emily Hollis each scored 22 points to lead visiting Henryville past Lanesville on Thursday, 56-40.

“Offensively, we are pleased with the shots and spacing that we had tonight,” Hornets’ head coach Josh Conrad said. “As a group, we did a good job getting the basketball to the right areas. We just have to finish. Defensively, we did a nice job in the third quarter minus back-to-back possessions. We lost them and they knocked down open shots. Overall, I thought our effort was better tonight and that generally helps your chances.”

HENRYVILLE 56, LANESVILLE 40

Henryville    10 14 16 16—56

Lanesville    11  6  6 17—40

    Henryville: Haley Huddleston 22, Emily Hollis 22, Emma Hendricks 4, Abbi Robertson 4, Sadie Spears 4.

    Lanesville: Davis 5, Paison 6, Hall 10, Brunn 2, Lawson 2, Zeller 13.

    3-point field goals: Henryville 5 (Hollis 3, Huddleston 2); Lanesville 4 (Hall 2, Davis, Zeller).

    Next: Henryville (5-2, 2-0 Southern Athletic Conference) hosts Trinity Lutheran, Tuesday.

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