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Sunday Fall League: Boys’ High School Division – Week 4

October 19, 2010

Week four scores and highlights from the HoosierHillsHoops.com Sunday Fall League Boys’ High School Division at Nolan Fieldhouse:

Pacers 64, Bucks 34: Silver Creek’s Grant Meyer got 17 points and Switzerland County’s Keegan Kincaid chipped in 15, and the Pacers thumped the Bucks. Jennings County’s Justin Webster netted 10 and Providence’s Noah Gallegos added eight for the Bucks.

Mavericks 80, Clippers 62: South Ripley’s Brandon Sizemore exploded for 22 points and New Albany’s Morgan Toliver added 15 as the Mavericks cruised. The Clippers were led by Rock Creek’s Shaquille Neptune and Crawford County’s Michael Carlisle contributed 19 and 16, respectively, in the loss.

Pistons 77, Cavaliers 40: Silver Creek’s Caleb Sprigler racked up 28 points and Eastern Pekin’s Todd Albertson totaled 23 as the Pistons whipped the Cavaliers. Scottsburg’s Kyle Petty and Brownstown’s T.J. Reynolds finished with nine and eight points in defeat for the Cavaliers.

Celtics 61, Jazz 49: Seymour’s Matthew Lucas netted 17 points and Salem’s Taylor Banks added 14 as the Celtics got past the Jazz. The Rock Creek duo of De’Jan Garner and Keontez Malone totaled 21 and 17 points, respectively, in the loss for the Jazz.

Heat 75, Trail Blazers 57: Northeast Dubois’ Bryce Huebner scored 28 points and Heritage Hills’ Devon Merder adeded 20 as the Heat blasted the Trail Blazers. Greensburg’s Sean Sellers poured in 28 points in the loss.

Bulls 60, Lakers 49: Henryville’s Joey Martin scored 22 points to lead the Bulls past the Lakers. New Albany’s Parker Henes and Madison’s Clark Vaughn finished with 11 and 9, respectively, in the loss for the Lakers.

Spurs 65, Magic 45: Crawford County’s Jordan Newkirk netted 14 points, Charlestown’s Kyle Hayes added 12 and Borden’s Garrett Vick 12 as the Spurs breezed past the Magic. The Magic  were led Jeffersonville’s Darryl Baker (17) and Silver Creek’s Zach Ricketts (13).

Clippers 74, Bucks 53: Neptune totaled 21 points and Carlisle 19 as the Clippers downed the Bucks. Webster led the Bucks in defeat with 17, and Scottsburg’s Chase Casteel chipped in 16.

Nuggets 54, Suns 45: Clarksville’s Cory Brown racked up 24 points and Jeffersonville’s V.J. Billups added 13, and the Nuggets held off the Suns. Floyd Central’s Nick Bomersbach and Borden’s Billy Kirchgessner scored nine a piece to led the Suns in defeat.

Mavericks 69, Bulls 63: New Albany’s Jalen McCoy poured in 25 points and Tollier added 18 as the Mavericks edged the Bulls. Henryville’s Andrew Jones and Milan’s Jacob White each scored 16 in the loss for the Bulls.

Pacers 64, Lakers 61: Kincaid and Meyer totaled 19 and 16 points, respectively, and Silver Creek’s Zach McCall added 13, leading the Pacers over the Lakers. New Albany’s Jermaine Parrish finished with 18 and New Washington’s Devin Herron chipped in 13 in the loss.

Trail Blazers 63, Pistons 59: Sellers got 14 and Christian Academy’s Chris Carruthers added 12, and the Trail Blazers inched past the Pistons. Albertson paced the Pistons in defeat with 18, and his Eastern Pekin teammate Phillip Boudreaux added 16.

Jazz 83, Heat 78: Malone exploded for 28 and De’Jan Garner added 26 to lead the Jazz to victory. The Heat were led by Brownstown’s Brett McCory (22) and Merder (21).

Celtics 64, Cavaliers 54: Brownstown’s Tanner Payton scored 16, Seymour’s Corbin Weller added 16 and Lucas 15 as the Celtics got past the Cavaliers. Crawford County’s Parker Hudson totaled 15 and Brownstown’s Spencer Allman contributed 13.

Suns 64, Magic 61: Floyd Central’s Connor Schellenberg netted 19 points and his Highlander teammates Bomersbach added 12 as the Suns squeezed past the Magic. Ricketts and Baker led the Magic with 22 and 19, respectively.

Spurs 59, Nuggets 46: Hayes and Newkirk scored 19 and 10, respectively, and the Spurs got past the Nuggets. Billups (20) and Brown (11) paced the Nuggets in defeat.

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Sunday Fall League: Girls’ High School Division – Week 4

October 19, 2010

Week four scores and highlights from the HoosierHillsHoops.com Sunday Fall League Girls’ High School Division at Nolan Fieldhouse:

Mercury 36, Sparks 26: Silver Creek teammates Emily Clayton and Carissa Brown finished with 10 and nine points, respectively, to help the Mercury upend the Sparks. Taylor Frederick and Heather Uhl, both of Corydon, scored 11 and 10 points in the loss for the Sparks.

Storm 45, Fever 25: Medora’s Ashley Lambert netted 12 points and Scottsburg’s Kelsey Smith chipped in nine as the Storm crushed the Fever. Corydon’s Marie Rothrock and Southwestern’s Brandi Ponder scored six points a piece.

Stars 40, Dream 33: South Central’s Shelby Miller totaled 17 points as the Stars got past the Dream. Jennings County’s Summer Sanders paced the Dream in defeat with 13.

Sparks 46, Storm 29: Corydon’s Aly Chambers led a balanced attack, helping the Sparks blow past the Storm. Lamber paced the Storm in defeat with 10.

Dream 44, Mercury 40: Jennings County’s Ashley Vogel scored 12 points and Borden’s Abigail Ellis contributed nine, and the Dream edged the Mercury. Brown and Clayton paced the Mercury in defeat with 13 and eight points, respectively.

Fever 45, Stars 42: Rothrock finished with 13 and Madison’s Kelsey Block chipped in eight, leading the Fever over the Stars. Shelby Miller and Kelsey Miller, both of South Central, added 11 and 10 points, and Brownstown’s Ally Warren went for 10 in the loss.

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Sunday Fall League: Boys’ Middle School Division – Week 4

October 18, 2010

Week four scores and highlights from the HoosierHillsHoops.com Sunday Fall League Boys’ Middle School Division at Nolan Fieldhouse:

Magic 35, Mavericks 23: Caleb Costin and Nick Tinsley, both from Silver Creek, totaled nine and eight points, respectively, as the Magic got past the Mavericks. Borden’s Kyle Kruer paced the Mavericks with 10.

Pacers 45, Heat 25: Austin’s Markus Fleenor and Corydon’s Jay Brent scored 10 points a piece, and the Pacers blew past the Heat. East Oldham (Ky.)’s Nicholas Kratholm netted 12 and South Central’s Zach Goodwin added eight in the loss for the Heat.

Lakers 36, Nuggets 31: Madison’s Nick Macon netted 14 and Crawford County’s Ranger Caffrey contributed eight as the Lakers beat the Nuggets. Madison’s Bryce Harmon (13) and Scribner’s Isaiah Hickman (seven) paced the Nuggets in the loss.

Pacers 54, Mavericks 32: Fleenor exploded for 23 points and Borden’s Drew McKinley chipped in nine as the Pacers walloped the Mavericks. Silver Creek’s Gabe Bauer led the Mavericks in defeat with 12.

Nuggets 34, Heat 28: Silver Creek’s Austin Groher and Crawford County’s Ethan McMonigle each totaled 10 points as the Nuggets edged the Heat. Goodwin led the Heat in defeat with 14.

Lakers 41, Magic 30: Macon scored 15 points and his Madison teammate Reid Dirksen contributed 12, leading the Lakers past the Magic. Tinsley paced the Magic with six.

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Sunday Fall League: Boys’ High School Division – Week 3

October 11, 2010

Week three scores and highlights from the HoosierHillsHoops.com Sunday Fall League Boys’ High School Division at Nolan Fieldhouse:

Mavericks 81, Lakers 75: Corydon’s Tyler Ross poured in 15 points and New Albany’s Jalen McCoy added 14 as the Mavericks beat the Lakers. Madison’s Corey Povaleri and New Albany’s Jermaine Parrish each netted 23 points in defeat for the Lakers.

Cavaliers 65, Heat 56: Brownstown’s Spencer Allman racked up 29 points and Scottsburg’s Kyle Petty and Crawford County’s Jordan Nickelson scored 12 a piece as the Cavaliers got past the Heat. Northeast Dubois’ Bryce Huebner and Brownstown’s Chase Klinge finished with 26 and nine, respectively, in the Heat’s loss.

Spurs 57, Bulls 32: Charlestown’s Tim Hall totaled 15 points and Crawford County’s Jordan Newkirk added 13 as the Spurs blew past the Bulls. Henryville’s Andrew Jones paced the Bulls with nine.

Bucks 64, Jazz 48: Jennings County’s Justin Webster scored 18 points and Scottsburg’s Chase Casteel contributed 13 as the Bucks whipped the Jazz. Providence’s Colin Daly finished with 19 points and South Ripley’s Jerad and Jordan Walters each added nine in the loss for the Jazz.

Nuggets 62, Pistons 50: Clarksville’s Cory Brown got 20 points and Borden’s Brandon Beam chipped in 15 as the Nuggets upended the Pistons. Silver Creek’s Caleb Springer totaled 16 and Eastern Pekin’s Todd Albertson added eight for the Pistons.

Magic 56, Clippers 51: Jeffersonville’s Darryl Baker racked up 22 points and Silver Creek’s Zach Ricketts chimed in with 15 as the Magic held on for the win. The Clippers were led in defeat with Crawford County’s Alex Baker (14) and Rock Creek’s Corey Gilbert (11).

Celtics 70, Pacers 65: Seymour’s Matthew Lucas exploded for 24 points and Brownstown’s Tanner Payton contributed 17 points as the Celtics edged the Pacers. Switzerland County’s Keegan Kincaid and Silver Creek’s Grant Meyer scored 22 and 18, respectively, in defeat for the Pacers.

Trail Blazers 58, Suns 52: Greensburg teammates  Sean Sellers and Maci Holdsworth poured in a game-high 29 points and 10, respectively, and the Trail Blazers got past the Suns. The Floyd Central duo of Connor Schellenberg and Nick Bomersbach finished with 21 and eight for the Suns.

Lakers 66, Heat 63: Povaleri totaled 15 and Parrish 12 as the Lakers held off the Heat. Huebner led the Heat in defeat with 19, and Heritage Hills’ Devon Merder contributed 11.

Cavaliers 60, Mavericks 55: Nickelson got 14 points and his Crawford County teammate Parker Hudson added 13 as the Cavaliers got the win. The Mavericks were led in defeat by New Albany’s Morgan Tolliver (15) and Corydon’s Ryan Coffman (13).

Bucks 66, Nuggets 64: Jeffersonville’s Trice Whaley went off for a game-high 29 points and Scottsburg’s Brad Bowling chipped in eight as the Bucks nipped the Nuggets in double overtime. Brown totaled 28 and Jeffersonville’s V.J. Billups got 24 in the loss for the Nuggets

Bulls 51, Jazz 43: Jones scored 14 and Jennings County’s Sam Hunt chipped in 12, leading the Bulls over the Jazz. Rock Creek’s De’Jan Garner paced the Jazz with 21.

Spurs 52, Pistons 28: Newkirk netted 13 and Charlestown’s Kyle Hayes contributed 11, and the Spurs shellacked the Pistons. Eastern Pekin’s Phillip Boudreaux finished with nine and Sprigler with six for the Pistons.

Pacers 64, Magic 52: Kincaid exploded for a day-high 31 points and Meyer added 13 as the Pacers held off the Magic.  Ricketts totaled 21 and Baker added 14 in defeat for the Magic.

Clippers 56, Suns 48: Crawford County’s Michael Carlisle netted 22 points and North Harrison’s Cory Smith chipped in 13 to lead the Clippers to victory. The Suns were led in defeat by Schellenberg (18) and Brownstown’s Jalen Snodgrass (nine).

Trail Blazers 57, Celtics 43: Sellers totaled 21 points and Christian Academy’s Chris Carruthers added 10, leading the Trail Blazers past the Celtics. Payton finished with 12 and Salem’s Matt Bowlin helped with 11.

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Sunday Fall League: Girls’ High School Division – Week 3

October 11, 2010

Week three scores and highlights from the HoosierHillsHoops.com Sunday Fall League Girls’ High School Division at Nolan Fieldhouse:

Sparks 37, Dream 27: Corydon’s Heather Uhl and Silver Creek’s Alexis McFarland each scored nine points, and the Sparks got past the Dream. Megan Naegele and Kendra Lambert, both of North Harrison, finished with eight and seven, respectively, in defeat for the Dream.

Stars 35, Storm 34: Brownstown’s Mallory Cockerham netted 12 points and South Central’s Shelby Miller and Medora’s Mariah Campbell each added six as the Stars edged the Storm. Clarksville’s Tionna Peters and Katie Price, both of Clarksville, contributed 11 and seven in the loss for the Storm.

Fever 35, Mercury 25: Southwestern’s Brandi Ponder got 12 points and Borden’s Shelby Kirchgessner added six as the Fever held off the Mercury. Floyd Central’s Emily Ziegler scored 10 and Silver Creek’s Emily Clayton chipped in five for the Mercury.

Dream 49, Fever 45: Naegele poured in 16 points and Jennings County’s Summer Sanders added 11 as the Dream outlasted the Fever. Southwestern’s Kelsey Jones totaled a game-high 17 points and Ponder contributed 11 in defeat for the Fever.

Sparks 38, Stars 31: McFarland scored 11 and Corydon’s Taylor Fredericks got 10 to lift the Sparks to victory. The Stars were led by the Miller sisters: Shelby finished with nine and Kelsey with seven.

Mercury 40, Storm 37: Floyd Central’s Taylor Pate netted a game-winning three-pointer in overtime at the buzzer to lead the Mercury over the Storm. Ziegler led the Mercury with 10 in the win; the Storm got eight from Scottsburg’s Kelsey Smith and Silver Creek’s Brooke Barnett totaled six.

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Sunday Fall League: Boys’ Middle School Division – Week 3

October 11, 2010

Week three scores and highlights from the HoosierHillsHoops.com Sunday Fall League Boys’ Middle School Division at Nolan Fieldhouse:

Lakers 49, Mavericks 41: Madison’s Nick Macon racked up a game-high 25 points as the Lakers got past the Mavericks. Silver Creek’s Gabe Bauer and Scribner’s Zack Landrum paced the Mavericks with 12 and 10, respectively.

Heat 40, Magic 30: South Central’s Zack Goodwin totaled 15 points and East Oldham (Ky.)’s Nicholas Kratholm added seven as the Heat defeated the Magic. Silver Creek’s Wade Costin led the Magic in defeat with 10.

Nuggets 47, Pacers 35: Madison’s Bryce Harmon netted 13 points and Silver Creek’s Austin Groher and Scribner’s Isiah Hickman each contributed nine as the Nuggets rolled over the Pacers. Corydon’s Jay Brent got eight points and Austin’s Cory Needler added seven in the loss for the Pacers.

Magic 34, Pacers 32: Silver Creek’s Nick Tinsley totaled a game-high 16 points and Costin got six at the Magic squeezed past the Pacers. Austin’s Markus Fleenor finished with 14 and Needler added six for the Pacers.

Mavericks 33, Nuggets 31: Borden’s Kyle Kruer scored 10 points and Bauer added eight as the Mavericks inched past the Nuggets. Crawford County’s Ethan McMonigle finished with 15 and Groher added eight for the Nuggets.

Lakers 41, Heat 24: Macon poured in 21 points and his Madison teammate James Frazier added six as the Lakers shellacked the Heat. Goodwin paced the Heat in the loss with 14 points, and Borden’s Nick Kirchgessner chipped in five.

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