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January 29, 2013

GREG'S PICKS: Draw produces some interesting sectional matchups

New Albany gets tough draw, as it will play No. 2 BNL in first round



• Time: 7:30 p.m.

• Records: Clarksville 4-16; Borden 11-6.

• Last year: Borden 60, at Clarksville 23.

• Series last 10 years: Tied 5-5.

• Analysis: A trademark of a Terry Rademacher-coached team, Borden appears to be peaking at the right time. The Braves have won four straight and suddenly look dangerous in their quest for a third straight sectional title.

• Greg’s Pick: Borden 57, Clarksville 33.


• Time: 7:30 p.m.

• Records: Lanesville 10-8; Providence 10-9.

• Last year: Providence 68, at Lanesville 28.

• Series last 10 years: Lanesville 7-5.

• Analysis: With Providence and potentially Paoli on the horizon, this is a vital game in Providence’s quest for its first winning season in 10 years.

• Greg’s Pick: Providence 48, Lanesville 35.


• Time: 7 p.m.

• Records: Shawe 4-14; Henryville 11-9.

• Last year: Henryville 44, at Shawe 26.

• Series last 10 years: Shawe 10-8.

• Analysis: Henryville appears to be on its way to at least a 14-win season.

• Greg’s Pick: Henryville 47, Shawe 35.


• Time: 7:30 p.m.

• Records: Orleans 11-7; Christian Academy 4-12.

• Last year: At Orleans 32, Christian Academy 31.

• Series last 10 years: Orleans 9-4.

• Analysis: With some luck, Mike Baird’s interim season could end with five or six victories. Even at home, this will be a tough one.

• Greg’s Pick: Orleans 44, Christian Academy 37.


Kaitlynn Henning, Charlestown

The Charlestown sophomore followed her best week of the season with a 27-point performance in Thursday’s 65-30 win over rival Clarksville. She knocked down five 3-pointers in the Pirates’ sixth win in seven games.

Last Week’s Stars

• Alex Tinsley, Silver Creek: 11 points in Wednesday’s 57-40 win over South Central; 20 points, 15 rebounds in Saturday’s 45-41 win over Scottsburg.

• Carson Casey, Borden: 24 points on 10-of-14 shooting and 4-of-4 free throws in Saturday’s 66-40 SAC win over South Central.

• Tanner Marcum, New Albany: Team-high 16 points in 50-36 loss to Seymour on Thursday; 21 points in Saturday’s 57-41 loss to Evansville Bosse before sustaining an ankle injury in the fourth quarter.

• Caroline Ricks, New Washington: eight points, 16 rebounds in last Thursday’s SAC-clinching 52-28 triumph over Lanesville.

• Krista Roberts, Eastern: Team-high 15 points in the Musketeers’ 41-35 win over Henryville.

• Brooke Hinton, Floyd Central: Scored eight of her 10 points in the crucial fourth quarter of a 45-42 win over Providence on Thursday.

• Meredith Endris, Providence: 20 points, including four 3-pointers, in the Pioneers’ 45-42 loss to Floyd Central on Thursday.


Team    Record    Last

1. New Washington    16-2    1

2. Silver Creek    14-6    2

3. Charlestown     9-9    4

4. Borden    11-6    5

5. New Albany    9-10    3

6. Jeffersonville    6-13    6

7. Floyd Central    10-9    7

8. Henryville    11-9    8

9. Providence    10-9    9

10. Clarksville    4-16    10

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