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Silver Creek senior Kooper Jacobi finishes at the basket during the Dragons' 95-49 victory over Clarksville in the championship game of the 60th annual Silver Creek Holiday Tournament on Wednesday night.  

SELLERSBURG — Trey Kaufman and Kooper Jacobi combined for 41 points and 27 rebounds to lead Class 3A No. 3 Silver Creek to a 74-51 victory over visiting Bedford North Lawrence on Saturday night. 

Kaufman collected 26 points and 15 rebounds while Jacobi tallied 15 points and 12 boards for the Dragons, who outscored the Stars by eight points in both the first and second periods en route to a 39-23 halftime lead. 

BNL trimmed Creek's advantage to 52-41 by the end of the third quarter before the Dragons outpointed the visitors 22-10 in the final frame. 

Nolan Gilbert added 11 points for Silver Creek while Trey Schoen contributed eight and Branden Northern six in his first game back.

The Dragons (7-2) are slated to host Eastern in a Mid-Southern Conference matchup at 7:30 p.m. Friday night. 

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SILVER CREEK 74, BEDFORD NL 51

Bedford NL      10     13     18     10 — 51

Silver Creek     18     21     13     22 — 74

     BNL (3-4): Adam Pemberton 17, Ben Cosner 15, Kooper Staley 1, Colten Leach 7, Jackson Miracle 2, Colton Staggs 7, Austin Messmore 2. 

     Silver Creek (7-2): Trey Kaufman 26, Isaac Hinton 4, Trey Schoen 8, Branden Northern 6, Kooper Jacobi 15, Nolan Gilbert 11, Kyle Roberts 2, Nate Dallmann 2.  

     3-point field goals: BNL 6 (Cosner 3, Pemberton 3); Silver Creek 5 (Gilbert 3, Schoen 2). 

BRAVES BEAT BLACKHAWKS

BORDEN — Brennan Eurton tallied a game-high 29 points — 19 in the first quarter — to lead Borden to a 68-54 victory over visiting Cowan on Saturday. 

Kasym Nash added 11 points while Mason Carter and Mason Jones tallied 10 apiece for the Braves, who hit 10 3-pointers in the win. 

Behind Eurton, Borden led 22-16 at the end of the first quarter and 38-32 at halftime before outscoring the Blackhawks 30-22 in the second half. 

The Braves (5-4) host New Washington in a Southern Athletic Conference game at 7:30 p.m. Friday night. 

BORDEN 68, COWAN 54

Cowan      16     16       8     14 — 54

Borden     22     16     10     20 — 68

     Cowan (3-3): Cole Duncan 2, Riley Duncan 16, Logan Byrd 9, Jacob Thomas 5, Quentin Edmonds-Long 22. 

     Borden (5-4): Mason Carter 10, Kasym Nash 11, Brennan Eurton 29, Mason Jones 10, Ethan Eurton 5, Cruz Martin 3. 

     3-point field goals: Cowan 4 (Edmonds-Long 2, Byrd, Thomas); Borden 10 (Eurton 3, Nash 3, Carter 2, Jones, Martin). 

BLACKHAWKS TOP MUSTANGS

FRENCH LICK — Springs Valley outscored New Washington 33-19 in the first and third quarters en route to a 64-50 victory Saturday afternoon. 

The Blackhawks led 16-9 at the end of the first quarter and 35-25 at halftime before outscoring the Mustangs 17-10 in the third period to take command. 

Senior Bo Giltner scored a game-high 23 points while Matthew Arthur added 10 for New Wash (3-7), which will visit Borden at 7:30 p.m. Friday night. 

SPRINGS VALLEY 64, NEW WASHINGTON 50

New Washington     9     16     10     15 — 50

Springs Valley       16     19     17     12 — 64 

     New Washington (3-7): Matthew Arthur 10, Jayden Buford 3, Mason Thompson 1, Bo Giltner 23, Logan Cooper 12, Hunter Eurton 1. 

     Springs Valley (2-3): Cannon Chase 19, Carter Crews 3, Desmon Jones 17, Conner Grimes 6, Mason Chaplin 9, Gavin Angel 6, Elijah Dixon 4. 

     3-point field goals: New Washington 5 (Cooper 4, Buford); Springs Valley 8 (Chase 4, Chaplin 3, Crews). 

CREEK CLIPS RUSHVILLE

ELNORA — Rock Creek beat Rushville 61-34 in the seventh-place game of the Old National Bank Tournament at North Daviess on Saturday. 

Sophomore Lettwan Darden scored a game-high 19 points while Gavin Gullion added 15 for the Lions, who lost 44-41 to Shoals on Friday night. 

Rock Creek (5-5) is scheduled to host Corydon Central at 7:30 p.m. tonight. 

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ROCK CREEK 61, RUSHVILLE 34

     Rock Creek (5-5): Ladarius Wallace 3, Lettwan Darden 19, Michael Sulzer 8, Marial Diper 3, Ashton Mozee 6, Jonathan Boggs, 3, Gavin Gullion 15, Jaleb Treat 4.

     Rushville (0-7): Jerron Taylor 5, Cam Jackman 10, Sam Smith 3, Carter Tague 2, Kameron Morton 1, Quinton Cain 7, Jack Laker 2, Nash Paddack 4.

     3-point field goals: Rock Creek (Gullion 3, Sulzer 2, Darden); Rushville (Cain, Smith, Taylor). 

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