News and Tribune


January 15, 2014

H.S. ROUNDUP: Camm’s double-double leads New Albany to victory

Riley Kaiser drops 25 as Highlanders top Meade County

NEW ALBANY — Lauren Camm lifted the New Albany girls basketball team over visiting South Oldham in a 46-40 victory on Tuesday.

Camm recorded a double-double with 18 points and 11 rebounds, both team highs for the Bulldogs.

New Albany started the game slow and trailed South at halftime, 18-15.

“We were stagnant in the first half. [It] looked like we struggled moving on offense,” New Albany coach Tammy Geron said.

Things turned around for the Bulldogs in the second half. New Albany scored 16 points in the third quarter and went into the fourth with a 31-26 lead.

New Albany continued the good play in the fourth, answering every run made by South Oldham.

“We really played hard in the second half. We started getting better shots and were able to get to the free throw line,” said Geron.

New Albany did a good job attacking South Oldham and received 30 shots from the foul line, making 20.

The 5-9 Bulldogs will travel to Columbus East for a Hoosier Hills Conference showdown on Saturday.


South Oldham    9 9   8 14—40

New Albany        8 7 16 15—46

    South Oldham scoring: Abby VanZant 13, Sydney Jones 7, Emma Sedoris 7, Holly Schumm 5, Erin Wilson 4, Jodi Ansert 2, Rachel Platt 2.

    New Albany scoring: Lauren Camm 18, Brittany Knight 8, Aaliyah Bell 8, Jenna Shine 5, Brianne Nixon 4, Claire Hirsh 2, Ashley Lyninger 1.

    3-point field goals: South Oldham 2 (Vanzant 2); New Albany 2 (Shine, B Knight).

    Free throws: South Oldham 12-23, New Albany 20-30.

    Rebounds: South Oldham 27, New Albany 33.


The Silver Creek faced a stiff test at Madison (10-1) on Tuesday. The Cubs erupted for 18 first-quarter points and instantly built a 10-point lead over the Dragons.

Despite 20 points from Alexis Barnett, 13 from Bailee Popp and 12 from Kelsi Scott, the overmatched Dragons were never able to catch the Cubs and fell, 61-48.

“We are starting to turn the corner,” Silver Creek coach Scott Schoen said. “We played good against a really good team. If we cut down on the turnovers and make Free throws, I think we’ll be all right.”

Olivia Crozier led the Cubs with 14 points. Delaney Jones added 13, including three 3-pointers in the vcitory.

Text Only | Photo Reprints
Twitter Updates
Follow us on twitter

Browse and buy photos from the News and Tribune's award winning photographers. Upload your own photos too!

Hyperlocal Search
Premier Guide
Find a business

Walking Fingers
Maps, Menus, Store hours, Coupons, and more...
Premier Guide
AP Video
SKorea Ferry Toll Hits 156, Search Gets Tougher Video Shows Possible Syrian Gas Attack Cubs Superfans Celebrate Wrigley's 100th Raw: Cattle Truck Overturns in Texas Admirers Flock to Dole During Kansas Homecoming Raw: Erupting Volcanoes in Guatemala and Peru Alibaba IPO Could Be Largest Ever for Tech Firm FBI Joining Probe of Suburban NY 'Swatting' Call U.S. Paratroopers in Poland, Amid Ukraine Crisis US Reviews Clemency for Certain Inmates Raw: Violence Erupts in Rio Near Olympic Venue Raw: Deadly Bombing in Egypt Raw: What's Inside a Commercial Jet Wheel Well Raw: Obama Arrives in Japan for State Visit Raw: Anti-Obama Activists Fight Manila Police Motels Near Disney Fighting Homeless Problem Michigan Man Sees Thanks to 'bionic Eye' S.C. Man Apologizes for Naked Walk in Wal-Mart Chief Mate: Crew Told to Escape After Passengers