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January 29, 2014

BOYS' BASKETBALL: Devils struggles in stretch

New Albany falls to Harrison at Doghouse, 57-52



Evansville Harrison        14 11 12 20—57

New Albany    15 13 10 14—52

    New Albany (9-3): Leondre McBirth 13, Nick White 0, Javen Reeves 2, Dustin Cochran 5, DeAnthony Warren 15, Isaac Hibbard 3, Davon Winburn 6, Jeff Byrne 8.

    Evansvile Harrison (9-6): Ernie Duncan 22, Jackson Strong 3, O’Bryan Brown 4, Stanley Duncan 16, Everett Duncan 4, Jared Chestnut 8, Trey Schafer 0, Daytone Jennings 0.  

    3-point field goals: New Albany 9 (Byrne 2, Cochran, McBirth 3, Warren, Hibbard, Winburn 2); Evansville Harrison 4 (Ernie Duncan, Strong, Stanley Duncan 2).

    Rebounds: New Albany 19 (Warren 6); Evansville Harrison 24 (Ernie Duncan, Everett Duncan 6).

    Free throws: New Albany 4-5, Evansville Harrison 15-19.

    Turnovers: New Albany 11, Evansville Harrison 10.


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