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November 30, 2012

H.S. GIRLS' BASKETBALL: Marcum, Ricke lead Bulldogs past North Harrison, 56-39

New Albany pair combines for 38 points in win



New Albany    16 10 18 8—56

North Harrison     7 18 12 6—39

New Albany (3-1): Tanner Marcum 23, Temple Ricke 15, Brianne Nixon 4, Lauren Camm 8, Jenna Shine 2, Claire Hirsch 4.

North Harrison (2-5): Jill Book 7, Kendra Lambert 11, Megan Naegele 4, Kasey Kelley 2, Kim Chiquito 3, Shaylah Neal 6, Brittany Knight 6.

Three-point field goals: New Albany 3 (Marcum 2, Ricke); North

Harrison 3 (Knight 2, Lambert).

Rebounds: New Albany 35, North Harrison 31.

Turnovers: New Albany 18, North Harrison 18.

Field-goal shooting: New Albany 21-43, North Harrison 11-45.

3-point shooting: New Albany 3-9, North Harrison 3-13.

Free-throw shooting: New Albany 11-17, North Harrison 14-26.

Junior varsity: North Harrison 37, New Albany 30, OT.

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