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TSI Girls’ Middle School Summer League – Week 4

August 1, 2010

Team Southern Indiana Boys' Middle School Summer LeagueWeek four scores and highlights from the Team Southern Indiana Girls’ Middle School Summer League at Nolan Fieldhouse:

Boilermakers 46, Bulldogs 24: Justice Burdin and Kaitlyn Henning, both of Charlestown, netted 19 and 10 points to lead the Boilermakers to victory. The Bulldogs were led in defeat by East Washington’s Ryana Watson (eight).

Irish 31, Hoosiers 27: New Washington’s Lexie James scored nine points and Scribner’s Jenna Shine chipped in eight to pace the Irish. The Hoosiers were led in the loss by Austin’s Kaitlin Embrey, who finished with a game-high 17 points.

Boilermakers 43, Irish 38: Burdin and Henning finished with 27 and 12 points to push the Boilermakers past the Irish. The Irish were led by Shine and Medora’s Carley McCammon; both had eight.

Hoosiers 43, Bulldogs 32: Embrey got 13 and Austin’s Hailey Misamore contributed 11 as the Hoosiers scored the victory. Taylor Drury and Bailey England, both of East Washington, scored eight and six points to lead the Bulldogs in defeat.

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USSSA Nationals: TSI 2012 Red headed to gold-bracket semis with 5-0 record

July 31, 2010

USSSA National TournamentScores and highlights from Friday at the USSSA National Tournament in Fort Wayne:

Team Southern Indiana 2012 Red

2012 Red blew past Hoosier Force 85-61 in the first round of gold-bracket elimination play. Switzerland County’s Keegan Kincaid continued to pace the team, scoring 20 points. Jeffersonville’s Darryl Baker added 16 in the victory.

In the gold-bracket quarterfinals, 2012 Red manhandled JJKN Hoops, 71-32. Jeffersonville’s Jonathan Ellis led the team’s well-rounded effort with 10 points.

The team, which improved to 5-0 in the tournament, advances to Saturday morning’s semifinal versus Indiana Elite Storm.

Team Southern Indiana 2013 Red

After finishing 3-0 in pool play, 2013 Red was eliminated 76-51 in the first round of gold-bracket play by Spiece Indy Heat 2014. The Louisville (Ky.) St. Xavier duo of Brock Kiesler and Justin Moody paced the team with 13 and 11 points, respectively.

With the first-round tournament loss, 2013 Red dropped to the bronze bracket. In a first round bronze game, the team outscored the Spiece Central Stars 27-12 in the third quarter in lieu of a 79-69 win. Moody paced the team with 24 points, and Columbus East teammates Kyle Taylor and Ridge Harris totaled 20 and 15.

2013 Red will play Saturday morning in the bronze-bracket semifinals.

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USSSA Nationals: TSI 2012, 2013 Red teams still undefeated

July 30, 2010

USSSA National TournamentScores and highlights from Thursday at the USSSA National Tournament in Fort Wayne:

Team Southern Indiana 2012 Red

Jeffersonville’s Darryl Baker and Switzerland County’s Keegan Kincaid each totaled 12 points, and 2012 Red sailed to a 78-35 victory versus Spiece Gym Rats Stanley in the team’s second pool contest. Jeffersonville’s Jonathan Ellis added 10.

In their final game of pool play, Kincaid exploded for 34 points — including 10 three-pointers — and Jonathan Ellis totaled 21 as 2012 Red held off Team Blaze (Ind.) 86-78. With the victory, the team captured first place in their pool and receives a bye in tomorrow’s elimination bracket.

Team Southern Indiana 2013 Red

2013 Red cruised to an early lead and walloped the Indiana Hurricanes 87-63 to improve to 2-0 in pool play. Columbus East’s Ridge Harris tossed in 18 points; Louisville (Ky.) and St. Xavier’s Justin Moody both finished with 16. Other scorers in double figures: Jeffersonville’s Kortrell White (14), South Decatur’s Byron Balser (11) and Columbus East’s Kyle Taylor (11).

Louisville (Ky.) St. Xavier’s Brock Kiesler and White each scored 16 points and three players — Balser, Moody and Taylor — added 13 a piece to lead 2013 Red over Spiece Hoosier Hoops 2013. With the win, the team improved to 3-0 and won their pool, earning a bye in tomorrow’s gold-bracket elimination play.

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USSSA Nationals: TSI teams 2-0 after first day in Fort Wayne

July 28, 2010

USSSA National TournamentTeam Southern Indiana 2012 Red and 2013 Red began play Monday at the USSSA National Tournament in Fort Wayne’s Spiece Fieldhouse. Here are day one scores and highlights:

Team Southern Indiana 2012 Red

2012 Red shellacked Spiece Gym Rats Tapp 87-35 in the team’s opening game of pool play behind a total team effort that saw five players reach double figures. Silver Creek’s Grant Meyer racked up 20 points — including five three-pointers — to lead TSI, which also got double figures from Jeffersonville’s Jonathan Ellis (14), Switzerland County’s Keegan Kincaid (13), Jeffersonville’s Darryl Baker (12) and Jennings County’s Sam Hunt (10).

Team Southern Indiana 2013 Red

A tight game through nearly the first three quarters, 2013 Red built a lead late in the third and hung on to beat Spiece West Stars 63-56. Louisville (Ky.) St. Xavier’s Brock Kiesler, a resident of Floyds Knobs, paced the team with 15 points. South Decatur’s Byron Balser added 13 and Columbus East’s Kyle Taylor contributed 11.

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Two-sport star Chris Whitehead a hot prospect in July

July 27, 2010

Chris WhiteheadNew Albany senior-to-be Chris Whitehead has had no time for a summer vacation. The two-sport star has been on the move since the end of high school basketball in March, playing in various basketball and football tournaments, camps and workouts across the area.

“(July) was a crazy month just like the rest of my summer,” Whitehead said. “This was really my first full month playing in front of college coaches, so it’s been great to get some interest.”

Following the first 10-day evaluation period for NCAA Division I coaches, Scouting Indiana wrote that Whitehead, who helped lead Team Southern Indiana 2011 Red to the Hoosier Shootout gold-bracket championship, was one of the “top-five Indiana prospects who raised their stock” to begin the live period.

“Everything changes in July,” he said. “I knew our team was good but to win the Hoosier Shootout in front of that many coaches was something we are so proud of. It was a great experience, a wonderful summer.”

Whitehead  “hasn’t made up his mind as to what I’ll play in college,” but said that he is going to “step back and take a look at his basketball opportunities” in the fall months.

“I just want to make sure I find a good situation either through basketball or football to get a degree. That degree is what it’s all about to me. I’m going to consider all my options in both sports and then make a decision.”

NCAA Division I schools that have contacted Whitehead regarding basketball include: Austin Peay, Ball State, Eastern Kentucky, Eastern Illinois, Evansville, Louisiana Tech, Miami (Ohio), Northeastern, Ohio, Radford, Tennessee-Martin, Toledo, Western Illinois and Wright State. Bellarmine, along with a host of Division II schools, also have expressed interest in the budding star.

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TSI Boys’ High School Summer League – Week 3

July 26, 2010

Team Southern Indiana Boys' Middle School Summer LeagueWeek three scores and highlights from the Team Southern Indiana Boys’ High School Summer League at Nolan Fieldhouse:

Aces 70, Irish 69: The Silver Creek duo of Caleb Sprigler and Matt Hawn paced the Aces to a one-point victory. Grant Meyer and Zach Davidson, also of Silver Creek, finished with 30 and 12 in the loss for the Irish.

Sycamores 79, Bulldogs 65: Salem’s Taylor Banks totaled 17 points and Columbus East’s Zach Martindale got 15 to help the Sycamores pull away from the Bulldogs. Bryce Huebner and Cody Newland, both of Northeast Dubois, led the Bulldogs with 20 and 13, respectively.

Boilermakers 60, Hoosiers 58: Louisville (Ky.) Eastern’s Cedric Daniels netted 22 points and New Albany’s Landon Howard chipped in 13 to pace the Boilermakers to a win. Henryville’s Andrew Jones poured in 23 points and New Albany’s Robby Erskine added 16 to lead the Hoosiers in the loss.

Bulldogs 80, Hoosiers 58: Huebner totaled 32 and Jeffersonville’s Blake Lieras added 17 to lead the Bulldogs to their first win of the day. Erksine and South Central’s Michael Willett paced the Hoosiers with 16 and 12.

Aces 68, Boilermakers 61: Sprigler got 20 and Hawn 15 to lead the Aces to their second win of the day, and Daniels finished 18 for the Boilermakers in the loss.

Irish 86, Sycamores 77: The Irish handed the Sycamores their first loss of league play behind 24 points from Meyer and 20 points from Silver Creek’s Kole Kemmer. The Sycamores were led in defeat by a trio of players with 17 — Bank, Martinsdale and Clarksville’s Billy Edelen.

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