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December 17, 2013

GIRLS' BASKETBALL: NO. 1 Stars handle Bulldogs

Allen leads defending champ BNL to 60-44 victory



Bedford    21 21 16 2--60

New Albany    8 10 14 12--44

    Bedford: Jenna Allen 21, Dominique McBryde 12, Alexa Bailey 10, Brittani Rizzi 6, Sammy Dillman 3, Whitney Wilson 3, Lauren Boshears 3, Kennedy Wall 2, Erin Bradley 1, Abbie Price 1.

    New Albany: Jenna Shine 15, Brittany Knight 11, Jessica Knight 6, Brianne Nixon 6, Lauren Camm 6, Claire Hirsch 2, Aaliyah Bell 2, Ashley Lyninger 1.

    3-point field goals: Bedford 5 (Rizzi 2); New Albany 5 (Shine 2, J Knight 2).

    Rebounds: Bedford 11(Allen 5); New Albany 21 (Nixon 8).

    Assists: Bedford 13 (Bailey 4); New Albany 7 (Knight 3).

    Steals: Bedford 7 (Bailey 3); New Albany 4 (Knight 2).

    Turnovers: Bedford 11, New Albany 21.

    Free throws: Bedford 9-16, New Albany 7-11.


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