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January 19, 2014

H.S. BOYS’ BASKETBALL: Ellis scores 26 to lead Devils past Providence

After switching positions, Jeff seniors knocks down five 3s

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JEFFERSONVILLE —

"The team that won tonight should have won," Lefevre said. "We have to perform better."

JEFFERSONVILLE 61, PROVIDENCE 51

Providence       16   7  16  12—51

Jeffersonville   15 15  12  19—61      

 
   Providence (7-3): Grant Goad 17, Juston Betz 6, Ben Shahroudi 3, Brad Koerner 6, Dawson Mitchell 0, Nick Hayes 8, Daniel Schuler 6, Brock Hayden 3, Tre Watson 2, Alex Judd 0.

    Jeffersonville (7-5) Drew Ellis 26, Demarre Sims 5, C.J.Lambus 0, Leonard Kwitonda 9, Dionte Allen 4, Chandler Dale 5, Tyrise Major 0, Kennan Williams 2, Chad Hudson 10.

    3-point field goals: Providence 4 (Betz 2, Goad, Hayden); Jeffersonville 9 (Ellis 5, Hudson 2, Sims, Kwitonda).

    Rebounds: Providence 20 (Shahroudi 4); Jeffersonville 28 (Kwitonda 7).

    Turnovers: Providence 12, Jeffersonville 11

    Free throws: Providence 9-13, Jeffersonville 2--3

    Junior varsity: Jeffersonville 41, Providence 35.

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