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December 22, 2012

H.S. GIRLS' BASKETBALL: Silver Creek wins 14th Holiday Tournament title

Dragons edge Charlestown again, 33-32

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CHARLESTOWN — CONSOLATION GAME

After trailing crosstown rival Clarksville 16-11 at halftime, Providence held the Generals to two second-half points to win the consolation game, 26-18.

The Pioneers, who were led by Meredith Endris with 10 points, outscored Clarksville 8-0 in the third quarter and 8-2 in the fourth to improve to 7-5 overall.

Nichole Tucker added five points and Lillian Hughes four for Providence.

Haley Jenkins had a team-high seven points for Clarksville, which drops to 3-9 with the loss. Gabby Evans finished with five.

The Generals host Mid-Southern Conference leading Scottsburg on Jan. 3, a night before Clarksville and Providence meet again in their scheduled regular-season matchup.

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