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Bloomington South, New Albany hang on

February 26, 2009

Bloomington South 84, Decatur Central 72

IU recruit Jordan Hulls poured in 15 first-half points before breaking his nose, then returned in the fourth quarter to drop in six more points and help the visiting Panthers — ranked No. 1 in Class 4-A — complete a perfect 20-0 regular season campaign.

Spencer Turner added 18 points for South, netting five three-point baskets.

UPDATE: Hulls’ nose isn’t broken and he won’t be required to wear a protective mask in sectional play as originally thought, according to a Bloomington South assistant coach.

New Albany 58, Jasper 54

The No. 2 Bulldogs trailed by five at halftime but rallied to edge the host Wildcats.

TeNale Roland paced the Bulldogs with 15 points. Donnie Hale and Brett Martin added 10 a piece for New Albany, which sports a 42-game regular season winning streak.

Jasper was led by Ian Boone‘s 17.

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