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Local Sports For Nov 22-25, 2023

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WEDNESDAY

BOYS BASKETBALL: 

SOUTHWESTERN (1-0) BOYS PICK UP THEIR THIRD STRAIGHT VICTORY IN THE SERIES AND SIXTH OF THE LAST SEVEN OVER MADISON (0-1)TO CLAIM THE OLD OAKEN BUCKET 80-55 

SCORING FOR SOUTHWESTERN PEYTON CLOUD 19PTS, JAMISON LEWIS 18PTS, BRADY COOK 17PTS,LANDON KIDWELL 14PTS,JACKSON TAYLOR 5PTS, BRAXTON LEWIS AND LANDON HIGGINS 2PTS, CALEB SEALS 1PT

SCORING FOR MADISON MASON DAVIS 19PTS,RYDER JONES 9PTS, LANDON TRUE, QUINCY REYNOLDS AND DAMON HARDEN 7PTS, OSCAR GONZALEZ 4PTS, RYDER JONES 2PTS

SOUTHWESTERN'S JAMISON LEWIS AND MADISON'S MASON DAVIS WERE NAMED OUR CRAIG TOYOTA'S PLAYERS OF THE GAME FOR THE TURKEY SHOOTOUT.

OTHER BOYS GAME FROM AROUND THE AREA FOR WEDNESDAY

CHARLESTOWN OVER SOUTH CENTRAL (ELIZABETH) 60-58 OT

CONNERSVILLE OVER UNION COUNTY 54-39

FOREST PARK OVER CRAWFORD COUNTY 73-35

NEW ALBANY OVER CLARKSVILLE 86-40

PERRY CENTRAL OVER TELL CITY 49-29

SCOTTSBURG OVER AUSTIN 86-35

SHELBYVILLE OVER RUSHVILLE 51-19

WEST WASHINGTON OVER SALEM 49-37

WHITELAND OVER JENNINGS COUNTY 72-68

GIRLS BASKETBALL :

MADISON (6-0) GIRLS PICKED UP THEIR 12TH STRAIGHT VICTORY BELL WIN IN THE SERIES OVER SOUTHWESTERN (2-4) 61-38 MADISON BEST START SINCE THE 2013-14 SEASON WHEN THAT TEAM REACHED THE REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP.

SCORING FOR MADISON JULIANNA DAVIS 29 PTS, CAITY DAILEY 15PTS, BAILEY OWENS 10PTS, ADDISON ROARK 5PTS, MYLEE MCQUEARY 2PTS.

SCORING FOR SOUTHWESTERN ASHLEY FULTON 15PTS, RILEY SCROGGINS 10PTS, RORIE SCROGGINS 8PTS, OLIVIA SIMPSON 3PTS, BRI JOHNSON 2PTS

MADISON'S JULIANNA DAVIS AND SOUTHWESTERN'S RILEY SCROGGINS WERE NAMED OUR CRAIG TOYOTA'S PLAYERS OF THE GAME FOR THE TURKEY SHOOTOUT.

OTHER GIRLS SCORES FROM AROUND THE AREA FOR WEDNESDAY

FLOYD CENTRAL OVER EASTERN (PEKIN) 55-19

FRANKLIN COUNTY OVER LAWRENCBURG 43-36

GREENSBURG OVER EAST CENTRAL 65-19

LANESVILLE OVER SOUTH CENTRAL (ELIZABETH) 67-26

NORTH DECATUR OVER SWITZERLAND COUNTY 64-53

SILVER CREEK OVER NORTH HARRISON 40-18

BOYS AND GIRLS SCORES FROM FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 

FRIDAY GIRLS GAMES: JAC-CEN-DEL OVER BATESVILLE 52-42

SCOTTSBURG OVER BROWNSTOWN CENTRAL 57-52 OT

SATURDAY GIRLS GAMES: AUSTIN OVER PERRY CENTRAL 64-44

BATESVILLE OVER CONNERSVILLE 45-37

CORYDON CENTRAL OVER PROVIDENCE 46-36

CRAWFORD COUNTY OVER SOUTH CENTRAL (ELIZABETH) 67-30

CROTHERSVILLE OVER COLUMBUS CHRISTIAN 35-33

EVANSVILLE NORTH OVER NEW ALBANY 60-37

GREENSBURG OVER SEYMOUR 57-40

INDIANAPOLIS CATHEDRAL OVER JEFFERSONVILLE 52-49

JENNINGS COUNTY OVER SOUTH BEND WASHINGTON 62-58

NEW WASHINGTON OVER MILAN 47-45

NORTH DECATUR OVER KNIGHTSTOWN 58-26

RICHMOND OVER MUNCIE CENTRAL 62-20

RISING SUN OVER HAUSER 54-47

TRINITY LUTHERAN OVER SOUTHWESTERN (SHELBYVILLE) 61-32

SATURDAY : 

SHAWE PICKED UP THEIR 2ND WIN OF THE SEASON OVER NEW WASHINGTON 50-49

SCORING FOR SHAWE PHILLIP KAHN 23PTS, BRAIDEN SMITH 14PTS, SAM FEWELL 12PTS, JACOB HERTZ 1PTS

SCORING FOR NEW WASHINGTON MASON ARTHUR 18PTS, PAUL GILTNER 15PTS, CONNER SHAFFER 12PTS, AMOS BELL 2PTS AND MIGUEL HESSIG AND COHEN BRILES 1PT 

BOYS GAMES FROM SATURDAY :

BATESVILLE OVER JAC-CEN-DEL 69-39

BLOOMFIELD OVER MITCHELL 46-34

BORDEN OVER SHOALS 55-43

BROWN COUNTY OVER COLUMBUS CHRISTIAN 81-68

BROWNSTOWN CENTRAL OVER PROVIDENCE 68-55

DELTA OVER CONNERSVILLE 53-42

GREENSBURG OVER YORKTOWN 49-46

GREENWOOD CHRISTIAN OVER OLDENBURG 66-60

HERTIAGE HILLS OVER NORTH HARRISON 67-37

INDIAN CREEK OVER EDINBURGH 76-49

INDIANAPOLIS CATHERDAL OVER JEFFERSONVILLE 78-66

LAWRENCBURG OVER SWITZERLAND COUNTY 56-46

ORLEANS OVER CROTHERSVILLE 73-25

RICHMOND OVER JAY COUNTY 61-20

SEYMOUR OVER COLUMBUS NORTH 60-50

SOUTH CENTRAL (ELIZABETH) OVER CRAWFORD COUNTY 64-39

SOUTH DEARBORN OVER FRANKLIN COUNTY 48-45 OT

SOUTH RIPLEY OVER RISING SUN 71-46  

 

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