Jeffersonville girls' basketball team upsets Madison

Jeffersonville girls' basketball team upsets Madison

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Jeffersonville girls' basketball team upsets Madison

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Haley Vogen had 16 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Jeffersonville girls’ team to a 42-36 upset of Madison Thursday night.

The win clinched the Hoosier Hills Conference title for two-time defending champion Bedford North Lawrence, which has a 6-0 league record with one conference game to play. All other HHC schools have at least two losses.

The visiting Red Devils (14-5, 4-2 HHC) scored 12 of the last 17 points in the game to put away the Cubs (11-2, 4-2), ranked No. 5 in Class 3-A. Madison took its last lead of 31-30 with about four minutes to play.

Shae Hines backed up Vogen with 11 points for Jeff. Whitney Wynn had 10 points for Madison, whose only other loss was a Dec. 2 to Bedford.

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