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December 4, 2012

GREG'S PICKS: Girls’ teams trying to break out of average

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> SOUTHERN INDIANA — TUESDAY

BOYS — HENRYVILLE AT CHARLESTOWN

Time: 7:30 p.m.

Records: Henryville 0-3, Charlestown 1-0.

Last year: Charlestown 64, at Henryville 58.

Greg’s Assessment: Winning at Scottsburg to start the year showed that the Pirates are on their way to a nice season.

Greg’s Pick: Charlestown 66, Henryville 41.

GIRLS — ROCK CREEK AT CLARKSVILLE

Time: 7:30 p.m.

Records: Rock Creek 0-3, Clarksville 2-5.

Last year: Clarksville 56, at Rock Creek 25.

Greg’s Assessment: Clarksville has more ability to put the ball in the basket.

Greg’s Pick: Clarksville 44, Rock Creek 28.

GIRLS — BORDEN AT SALEM

Time: 7:30 p.m.

Records: Borden 3-2, Salem 5-3.

Last year: At Borden 56, Salem 35.

Greg’s Assessment: It won’t be easy, but the Braves should get it done on the road.

Greg’s Pick: Borden 38, Salem 35.

WEDNESDAY

GIRLS — SOUTH OLDHAM (KY.) AT FLOYD CENTRAL

Time: 7:30 p.m.

Records: South Oldham 0-2, Floyd Central 3-2.

Last year: At South Oldham 61, Floyd Central 45.

Greg’s Assessment: The Highlanders are about to take off to a 13- or 14-win season.

Greg’s Pick: Floyd Central 59, South Oldham 54.

THURSDAY

GIRLS — NEW ALBANY AT SCOTTSBURG

Time: 7:30 p.m.

Records: New Albany 3-2, Scottsburg 5-1.

Rankings: Scottsburg, Class 3A No. 12.

Last year: At New Albany 66, Scottsburg 56.

Greg’s Assessment: Scottsburg is explosive. Later in the year, the young Bulldogs might win this game, but not on Thursday.

Greg’s Pick: Scottsburg 63, New Albany 58.

GIRLS — JEFFERSONVILLE AT SACRED HEART (Ky.)

Time: 7:30 p.m.

Records: Jeffersonville 2-3, Sacred Heart 2-0.

Last year: Did not play.

Greg’s Assessment: Sacred Heart should be a contender for the state title again in Kentucky.

Greg’s Pick: Sacred Heart 71, Jeffersonville 53.

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