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Friday night basketball scores (01/24/09)
Friday's Scores By The Associated Press BOYS' BASKETBALL Angola 52, Churubusco 43 Attica 64, Seeger 53 Austin 70, Southwestern (Jefferson) 60 Barr-Reeve 59, Wood Memorial 30 Batesville 56, Lawrenceburg 53 Bedford N. Lawrence 72, Seymour 65 Beech Grove 59, Indpls Park Tudor 52...
Fourth quarter surge leads Knights past Wildcats (01/24/09)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor CLINTON -- The Northview Knights halted a six-game losing streak with a strong, fourth quarter surge to take down Western Indiana Conference foe South Vermillion, 60-41. The Knights played unselfishly to great success in the game, moving the ball to find the open man in their spread offense late in a close contest...
Northview girls win WIC slugfest with Wildcats (01/24/09)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor CLINTON -- The Northview bench played an important role in the Knights scoring a 53-32 win on the road against South Vermillion. The Knights got 20 points from their bench in improving to 8-7 overall and 3-2 in the WIC...
Clay City defense sparks Eels to win over Sullivan (01/24/09)
By STEVE FIELDS For the Brazil Times Clay CITY -- The Clay City Eels put together a defensive gem Friday night to give coach Grant McVay his 100th victory. Clay City raised its record to 8-5 with a 50-42 victory and earned their third-straight win by holding Sullivan's inside duo of Thad Thompson and Rhett Smith to a combined 18 points and sharp-shooting guard Dalton Hiatt to three points...
Granger leads Pacers by shorthanded Rockets (01/24/09)
By CLIFF BRUNT AP Sports Writer INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indiana Pacers took advantage of Yao Ming's injury by going to the free-throw line at will against his much-smaller replacements. Yao, the Houston Rockets' 7-foot-6 center, left Friday night's game because of a sore right knee and did not play after halftime. The Pacers made 26 free throws in the second half of their 107-102 victory...
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