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February 2, 2014

H.S. ROUNDUP: Casey’s clutch shot lifts Borden girls past Rebels

Jones scores 34 in Clarksville rout; New Wash upsets Austin

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> SOUTHERN INDIANA — FLOYD CENTRAL 57, PRESENTATION (KY) 46

Presentation     12   4 18 12—46

Floyd Central    16 13 16 12—57


    Presentation scoring: Allie Harris 2, Tracey Lindsey 6, Emily Schroeder 3, Aliyah Johnson 8, Lauren Koenig 3, Alex Hibbs 20, Amelia Kolb 4.

    Floyd Central scoring: Abbie Engle 20, Madison Kaiser 11, Shelby Rost 6, Brooke Hinton 9, Riley Kaiser 9, Maddie Probus 2.

    3-point field goals: Presentation 2 (Dodson 2); Floyd Central 4 (Rost 2, Hinton, R Kaiser).

    Free throws: Presentation 10-12, Floyd Central 7-9.

    Next: Floyd Central (8-9, 1-5 HHC) at Columbus East (7-9, 1-3 HHC), Tuesday.

BOSSE EDGES NEW ALBANY

New Albany suffered a tough 43-40 road loss to the hands of Evansville Bosse on Saturday.

A poor second half in which bosse outscored the Bulldogs 28-16, saw Bosse come from nine points down and pull ahead.

Aaliyah Bell was the only Bulldog in double figured with 10.

 

EVANSVILLE BOSSE 43, NEW ALBANY 40

New Albany        9 15   8   8—40

Bosse                 8   7 14 14—43


    New Albany scoring: Jenna Shine 8, Marissa Jones 5, Lauren Camm 5, Aaliyah Bell 10, Ashley Lyninger 2, Jessica Knight 3, Brittany Knight 7.

    Bosse scoring: Martin 10, Thomas 2, Swope 3, Washington 19, Butler 5, Ward 2, Esters 2.

    3-point field goals: New Albany 2 (Jones, J Knight); Bosse 1 (Washington).

    Free throws: New Albany 16-21, Bosse 11-17.

    Next: New Albany (7-12) at New Washington, Tuesday.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

NEW WASHINGTON UPSETS AUSTIN, 61-56


Logan Miles’ 25 points and seven 3-pointers were just what New Washington needed to take down Austin 61-56 on Saturday.

The Mustangs used a strong second half to overcome a five-point halftime deficit.

Only four New Wash players scored but all four were in double figures. Along with Miles’ 25, James Clemons scored 14, Zach Moore had 12 and Devin Herron finished with 10.

Chris Mayfield led the 5-8 Eagles with 18 points.

NEW WASHINGTON 61, AUSTIN 56

New Washington    12 10 18 21—61

Austin                      19   8 11 18—56


    New Washington scoring: James Clemons 14, Logan Miles 25, Devin Herron 10, Zach Moore 12.

    Austin scoring: Chris Mayfield 18, Markus Fleenor 7, Devin Richey 15, Josh Vires 10, Josh Turner 2, Steuchke 4.

    3-point field goals: New Washington 8 (Miles 7, Clemons); Austin 7 (Mayfield 4, Bires 2, Fleenor).

    Free Throws: New Washington 15-20, Austin 8-10.

    Next: New Washington (5-9, 1-2 SAC) host Lanesville (9-6, 2-1 SAC), Friday.

CLARKSVILLE MAULS SOUTHWESTERN

Clarksville ran all over host Southwestern to a tune of 103-37 on Saturday.

From the word go, Clarksville jumped on the winless Rebels and never let off the gas, outscoring them by at least 10 points every quarter.

Andrew Jones finished with a game-high 34 points. Following his 42-point performance in Friday’s overtime win over Corydon Central, Calvin McEwen scored 22. Nick Jones added 12 for the Generals.

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