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March 8, 2013

SEYMOUR REGIONAL PREVIEW: Jeff gets shot at a rematch

Red Devils to try to avenge loss to No. 4 Harrison in Saturday’s Seymour Regional semifinal


JEFFERSONVILLE — Jon Reiter, Sports Correspondent: “I think the difference between North, Jeffersonville and Harrison is razor-thin. If Jeffersonville is to advance to the championship game, Darryl Baker is going to have to carry them with Keenan Williams out with a suspension. Ultimately, I think Harrison, which has beaten Jeff the last two times they’ve played, is just too talented with senior guard Ernie Duncan and junior forwards Everett and Stanley Duncan. But Columbus North is even more talented than Harrison. In my opinion the Bull Dogs are perfect combination of size, experience and moxie that could result in them cutting down the nets in Conseco Fieldhouse in a few weeks. What an entertaining regional this is. “

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