New Albany Bulldogs

NEW ALBANY — Taylor Treat tallied a team-high 13 points to lead New Albany to a 41-40 victory over visiting Floyd Central in a Hoosier Hills Conference contest at the Doghouse on Saturday afternoon. 

Vanessa Burns added 12 points off the bench, including 10 in the second quarter, for the Bulldogs (5-11, 1-3), who ended a four-game losing skid with the win.

The Highlanders led 12-7 at the end of the first quarter before New Albany, behind Burns, outscored the visitors 16-11 to tie the score at 23 by halftime. The Bulldogs edged ahead 32-31 by the end of third period and held off Floyd for the victory. 

Keegan Kaiser scored a game-high 16 points while Kendall Brown added 11 for the Highlanders (4-11, 0-5), who are scheduled to visit Borden at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday night. 

New Albany is slated to host Columbus East at 1:30 p.m. Saturday. 

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NEW ALBANY 41, FLOYD CENTRAL 40

Floyd Central     12     11     8     9 — 40

New Albany         7     16     9     9 — 41 

     Floyd Central (4-11, 0-5): Sophie Gasaway 3, Keegan Kaiser 16, Mandy Hess 8, Kendall Brown 11, Kennedy Emerson 2. 

     New Albany (5-11, 1-3): Taylor Treat 13, Alaina Walker 5, Layne Burke 2, Maleea Roland 8, Vanessa Burns 12, Myah Mitchell 1. 

     3-point field goals: Floyd Central 4 (Brown, Gasaway, Hess, Kaiser; New Albany 5 (Burns 2, Treat 2, Roland). 

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RAMS TOP BRAVES

BORDEN — Visiting Paoli outscored Borden 17-2 in the second quarter en route to a 49-16 win at Borden on Saturday afternoon. 

The Rams led 4-2 at the end of the first period before increasing their advantage 21-4 by intermission. 

"They came out and hit us in the mouth and we didn't respond," Braves coach Matt Vick said. "We were not tough and didn't handle their physicality. I take full blame for that."

Emily Cissell tallied 10 points to pace Borden (9-5), which will host Floyd Central at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday night.

PAOLI 49, BORDEN 16

Borden     2       2       8      4 — 16

Paoli         4     17     12     16 — 49

     Paoli (6-2): Kinsey McBride 8, Gracie Walls 11, Kacey McBride 13, Jackie Crews 11, Lauren Umpleby 6, Ryleigh Anderson 2.

     Borden (9-5): Delaney Smith 5, Paige Robinson 1, Emily Cissell 10.

     3-point field goals: Paoli 1 (Crews); Borden 2 (Cissell 2).

BRAVES GET PAST PIRATES

CHARLESTOWN — Katherine Benter scored 30 points, 17 in the first half, to lead Brownstown Central to a 52-46 win at Charlestown in a Mid-Southern Conference clash Saturday afternoon. 

Behind Benter, the Braves led 32-28 at halftime before outscoring the hosts 20-18 in the second half. 

Freshman Kennedy Coleman tallied a team-high 20 points for the Pirates while classmate Maddie Nipper added 13. 

Charlestown (5-4, 1-3) next hosts Eastern at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday night. 

BROWNSTOWN CENTRAL 52, CHARLESTOWN 46

Brownstown     22     10     15     5 — 52

Charlestown     11     17       9     9 — 46

     Brownstown (12-5, 6-2): Kelsey Wischmeier 2, Hannah Stahl 2, Maddy Hackman 14, Emma Klinge 2, Katherine Benter 30, Andrea Bair 2. 

    Charlestown (5-4, 1-3): Laney Hawkins 6, Skylar Cochran 3, Maddie Nipper 13, Kennedy Coleman 20, Demaria King 4. 

     3-point field goals: Brownstown 7 (Hackman 4, Benter 3); Charlestown 6 (Nipper 3, Hawkins 2, Cochran).  

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REBELS OUTLAST PIONEERS IN OT

CLARKSVILLE — Led by Ellie Foley's game-high 24 points, Southwestern outlasted host Providence 60-55 in overtime Saturday afternoon. 

Behind Foley, the Rebels led 15-12 at the end of the first quarter and 27-25 at halftime before the Pioneers outscored them 15-9 to take a 40-36 lead into the fourth period. Southwestern, however, outpointed Providence 13-9 in the final frame to force an extra session. 

In OT, the Rebels outscored the Pioneers 11-6 to end the latter's three-game winning streak. 

Sophomore center Hailey Crisp paced Providence with 13 points while Lillie Weber tallied 12. 

The Pioneers (4-10) will host New Washington at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday night. 

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SOUTHWESTERN 60, PROVIDENCE 55

Providence          12     13     15     9       6 — 55

Southwestern     15     12      9     13     11 — 60

     Providence (4-10): Lilly Kaiser 3, Kate Weber 4, Erica Voelker 3, Sydney Waldron 8, Lillie Weber 12, Maci Hoskins 4, Lauren Castleberry 4, Hailey Crisp 13, Paris Herrod 8.

     Southwestern (8-4): Ellie Foley 24, Trinity McLain 4, Ashton Goode 5, Isabel Brooks 6, Abby Fulton 2, Ashley Fulton 8.  

     3-point field goals: Providence 8 (L. Weber 4, Castleberry, Herrod, Voelker, Waldron); Southwestern 3 (Foley, Ash. Fulton, McLain). 

PACERS CLIP CAI

VEVAY — Host Switzerland County clipped Christian Academy 69-9 Saturday afternoon. 

The Warriors (0-12) are scheduled to visit Eminence (Ky.) at 6 p.m. Tuesday night. 

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