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January 17, 2013

GREG'S PICKS: Dragons improving at right time

Silver Creek faces tough upcoming games against NA, Providence


> SOUTHERN INDIANA — GIRLS — Silver Creek at Eastern

• Time: 7:30 p.m.

• Records: Silver Creek 11-6 (5-2 MSC); Eastern 8-8 (2-4 MSC).

• Last year: At Silver Creek 53, Eastern 40.

• Last 10 years: Silver Creek 8-2.

• Analysis: The Dragons have been dropping close games lately. This is one of those road tests that could test their mettle.

• Greg’s Pick: Silver Creek 45, Eastern 42.


Darryl Baker, Jeffersonville

Who else could it be? After 19 points in Friday’s 59-39 win over Floyd Central, Baker scored 31 points, including the game-winning 3-pointer at the buzzer, in a 3-point victory over previously-unbeaten Providence on Saturday. Baker made 11 of his 18 field goal attempts, including 5-of-8 from behind the 3-point line, and was 4-for-5 from the foul line. He also led the Red Devils with four rebounds and three steals in the win over Providence.

Area’s Other Top Performers

• George Knott, Providence: 28 points on 12-of-17 shooting, six rebounds in Saturday’s 59-56 loss to Jeffersonville; team-high 11 points in Tuesday’s 47-34 win over Crawford County.

• Javen Reeves, New Albany: 13 points, seven rebounds in Friday’s 56-48 win over Madison; 12 points in Saturday’s 69-36 win over Scottsburg.

• Calvin McEwen, Clarksville: Team-high 17 points, including three 3-pointers, in Friday’s 55-46 overtime win over Corydon Central; 16 points in Saturday’s 63-56 win over Austin.

• Aaron Hayes, Christian Academy: 31 points in Saturday’s 63-58 loss to Dupont Manual.

• Jackson Logsdon, Floyd Central: 14 points on 6-of-13 shooting, two steals in Friday’s 59-39 loss to Jeffersonville; 11 points in 78-77 OT win over North Harrison on Saturday.

• DeVonta King, Christian Academy: 17 points, 13 rebounds in Saturday’s 63-58 loss to Dupont Manual.

• Drew Hussung, Floyd Central: 10 points on 5-of-9 shooting in Friday’s 59-39 loss to Jeffersonville; Game-high 17 points in Saturday’s 78-77 overtime win over North Harrison.

• Ian Hughes, New Washington: Team-high 18 points on Friday’s 61-46 win at Henryville; team-high nine points in Saturday’s 57-40 loss to Madison Shawe.

• Tyler Collins, Henryville: 21 points in Friday’s 61-46 loss to New Washington.


Team    Record    Last

1. Jeffersonville    11-2    2

2. Providence    11-1    1

3. Clarksville    9-3    3

4. Borden    9-2    4

5. New Albany    6-5    5

6. Charlestown    6-4    6

7. Rock Creek    6-9    8

8. Silver Creek    3-9    7

9. Christian Academy    5-6    9

10. New Washington    6-7    10

    Note on the Power Poll: This power poll isn’t based solely on which teams would beat which. Factors like team records and how they are expected to perform in their respective class sectionals are also taken into account.

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