High School Girls' Sectional Capsules

High School Girls' Sectional Capsules

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CLASS 4-A

At Jennings County

NEW ALBANY vs. JEFFERSONVILLE

: Today, 6 p.m.When

: New Albany 8-12; Jeffersonville 16-5Records

: The Red Devils prevailed 47-38 on Jan. 24 at New Albany. Taylor Sykes scored 16 points as Jeffersonville rallied from a nine-point deficit late in the third quarter. Brianne Nixon had 11 points for the Bulldogs.Last meeting

: New Albany’s last sectional title came in 2002. The Bulldogs are one of three Hoosier Hills Conference teams to win a state championship. So is Jeffersonville, which claimed its crown in 2011. Jeffersonville coach Mike Warren is a former boys’ basketball assistant coach at New Albany.Game notes

BNL vs. JENNINGS COUNTY

: Today, 7:30 p.m.When

: BNL 21-1, ranked No. 2 in Class 4-A; Jennings County 9-10Records

: BNL blasted to a 74-34 win at Jennings County on Dec. 3. Brittani Rizzi hit five first-quarter 3-pointers and totaled 20 points, all in the first half. Jenna Allen had 19 points and 10 rebounds, and Dominique McBryde added 17 points. Baylee Krueger had 20 points for the Panthers..Last meeting

: Jennings County, which drew a bye into the semifinal, hasn’t won a sectional game since 2007, and its last title came in 2005.Game notes

CLASS 3-A

At Charlestown

SCOTTSBURG vs. CHARLESTOWN

: Today, 6 p.m.When

: Scottsburg 15-5, Charlestown 14-7Records

: The Pirates prevailed 76-62 on Dec. 17 at Charlestown. Kaitlynn Henning had 33 points and Justice Burdin added 20 (plus 10 rebounds) for Charlestown, while Ashley Elliott scored 26 and Kelsey Smith 19 for the Warriorettes. The Pirates outrebounded Scottsburg 41-21.Last meeting

: Scottsburg coach Donna Cheatham (649 career wins) trails NorthWood’s Steve Neff by one victory in the race for the most in Indiana girls’ basketball history. Scottsburg is the defending sectional champion. Charlestown’s last title came in 2010.Game notes

SILVER CREEK vs. MADISON

: Today, 7:30 p.m.When

: Silver Creek 7-15; Madison 14-2, ranked No. 7 in 3-ARecords

: The Cubs powered to a 61-48 win at Silver Creek on Jan. 14. Olivia Crozier had 14 points and 11 rebounds for Madison, while Alexis Barnett had 20 points and Kelsi Scott added 12 points and 11 rebounds for the Dragons.Last meeting

: Madison had five games canceled during the regular season. Silver Creek won its last sectional in 2011, while Madison won a title at Batesville in 2012.Game notes

CLASS 2-A

At Eastern Pekin

PROVIDENCE vs. PAOLI

: Today, 6 p.m.When

: Providence 13-8; Paoli 15-7, ranked No. 16 in 2-ARecords

: The Rams romped to a 59-24 win in last year’s sectional semifinal en route to the title at Paoli as Sophie Sears scored 23 points.Last meeting

: The Pioneers have never won a girls’ basketball sectional title. Paoli has eliminated them four times in the last five years. The Rams have won back-to-back titles after going 32 years between their first (1980) and second crowns.Game notes

EASTERN PEKIN vs. CRAWFORD COUNTY

: Today, 7:30 p.m.When

: Eastern Pekin 10-9, ranked No. 17 in 2-A; Crawford County 8-13Records

: The Musketeers won 36-32 on Jan. 11 at Crawford County. Brooke Roedwig had 12 points and 9 rebounds for Eastern.Last meeting

: Eastern won its only sectional title in 1996, while the Wolfpack won their last title in 1993. Eastern is looking to advance to the sectional final for the third straight year.Game notes

CLASS A

At New Washington

BORDEN vs. LANESVILLE

: Today, 6 p.m.When

: Borden 15-2, ranked No. 9 in Class A ; Lanesville 7-13Records

: Borden cruised to a 57-17 home victory on Dec. 12. Natalie Ruedinger had 17 points and Shelby Kirchgessner 12 for the Braves.Last meeting

: Borden has won 10 sectional titles, the last in 2012. The Eagles have never won a championship.Game notes

CHRISTIAN ACADEMY vs. NEW WASHINGTON

: Today, 7:30 p.m.When

: Christian Academy 5-14; New Washington 11-8Records

: The Mustangs opened the 2013-14 season with a 73-35 win over the Warriors.Last meeting

: New Washington is the defending sectional champion, while Christian Academy is chasing its first title. The Mustangs have won 13 of the last 14 meetings between the teams.Game notes

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