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December 1, 2013

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Borden also limited the Jug Rox on defense and outscored them 27-7 in the second quarter to take a 45-21 lead into the halftime break.

“We played good defense and it was a good win,” Nash said.  



Shoals            14   7 12    8—41

Borden            18 27 13 13—71           

            Shoals: Cody Hert 7, Tyler George 7, Michael Hawkins 7, Enoch Redman 5, Edmund Neeley 3, Grady Key 3, DJ Hart 3, Nick Devine 2, Kaden Butler 2, Johnny Arnett 1, Damon Roach 1. 

            Borden: Garrett Vick 15, Kyle Kruer 10, Cody Craddock 10, Reilly Gray 9, Zack Gillam 8, Brian McGee 7, Caleb Hart 5, Josh Vollstedt 4, Brady Knight 3. 

            3-point field goals: Shoals 3 (Hart 1, Redman 1, George 1); Borden 4 (McGee 1, Vick 1, Hart 1, Croddock 1).

            Free throws: Shoals 10-20, Borden 25-28.

            Next: Borden (2-0) at Lanesville, Friday.




BORDEN — Borden jumped out to a 46-10 half-time lead and stayed unbeaten with a 72-32 win at Christian Academy on Saturday.

Four Braves scored in double-figures, led by Carson Casey’s 15. Shelby Kirchgessner and Abby Ellis each scored 12 and Natalie Ruedinger scored in double-figures for the third straight game with 10. Taylor Streander added eight for 3-0 Borden.

In the Warriors’ first home game of the year after eight on the road, Allison Burch scored 13 and Emily Huffaker had seven. Burch hit three 3-pointers in the loss.

“We played very well.” Braves coach Terry Rademacher said. “We did a lot of things well. We passed the ball well and played good defense.”



Christian Academy     5   5   4 18—32

Borden                       20 26 17   9—72           

            Christian Academy: Allison Burch 13, Emily Huffaker 7, Haley Caldwell 4, Rachel Wright 2, Brittany Moffett 3, Danielle Summit 2.

            Borden: Carson Casey 15, Shelby Kirchgessner 12, Abby Elis 12, Natalie Ruedinger 10, Taylor Streander 8, Kristen Nestor 5, Sarah Hurst 4, Riley Schindler 3, Lilly Ray 2, Kaelan Harmes 1.

            3-point field goals: Christian Academy 3 (Burch 3); Borden 3 (Kirchgessner 2, Nestor).

            Free throws: Christian Academy 9-16, Borden 21-34.

            Next: Borden (3-0) hosts New Washington (2-1), Tuesday; Christian Academy (2-7) host Cannelton (1-4), Dec. 14.

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