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2015-16 SCOTTSBURG WARRIORETTES SCHEDULE


Nov. 13    Jennings County {4A}    7:30 pm

Nov. 14    Indianapolis Broad Ripple {2A}    7:30 pm

Nov. 19    Floyd Central {4A}    7:30 pm

Nov. 21    North Harrison {3A}‡    7:30 pm

Nov. 24    at Austin {2A}‡    7:30 pm

Nov. 27    Brownstown Central {3A}‡    7:30 pm

Nov. 30    Christian Academy {1A}    7:30 pm

Dec. 3    Corydon Central {3A}‡    7:30 pm

Dec. 4    at Charlestown {3A}‡    6:00 pm

Dec. 8    at Shawe Memorial {1A}    7:00 pm

Dec. 10    at New Albany {4A}    7:30 pm

Dec. 12    at Silver Creek {3A}‡    1:30 pm

Dec. 17    at Mitchell {2A}    7:30 pm

Dec. 28    Southwestern Tournament    through Dec. 29

Jan. 5    New Washington {1A}    7:30 pm

Jan. 7    Clarksville {2A}‡    7:30 pm

Jan. 14    at Salem {3A}‡    7:30 pm

Jan. 19    Madison {3A}    7:30 pm

Jan. 21    at Eastern (Pekin) {2A}‡    7:30 pm

Jan. 23    at Seymour {4A}    6:00 pm

Jan. 26    at Jeffersonville {4A}    7:30 pm



IHSAA CLASS 3A SECTIONAL


 

MID-SOUTHERN CONFERENCE GAME

2015-16 SCOTTSBURG WARRIORS SCHEDULE


Nov. 25    Austin {2A}‡    7:30 pm

Nov. 28    at Christian Academy {1A}    7:30 pm

Dec. 1    Eastern (Pekin) {2A}‡    7:30 pm

Dec. 4    at Charlestown {3A}‡    7:30 pm

Dec. 11    at Brownstown Central {3A}‡    7:30 pm

Dec. 12    at Providence {2A}    7:30 pm

Dec. 18    Corydon Central {3A}‡    7:30 pm

Dec. 30    v. Whiteland {4A} at Bankers Life Fieldhouse   5:45 pm

Jan. 2    Trinity Lutheran {1A}    7:30 pm

Jan. 8    Madison {3A}    7:30 pm

Jan. 9    at North Harrison {3A}‡    7:30 pm

Jan. 15    at Salem {3A}‡    7:30 pm

Jan. 16    at New Albany {4A}    7:30 pm

Jan. 23    at Seymour {4A}    7:30 pm

Jan. 29    at Jennings County {4A}    7:30 pm

Jan. 30    Clarksville {2A}‡    7:30 pm

Feb. 3    at Switzerland County {2A}    7:30 pm

Feb. 6    Floyd Central {4A}    1:30 pm

Feb. 12    Silver Creek {3A}‡    7:30 pm

Feb. 16    Paoli {2A}    7:30 pm

Feb. 20    Southwestern (Hanover) {2A}    7:30 pm

Feb. 26    Mitchell {2A}    7:30 pm


IHSAA 3A Sectional


 

MID-SOUTHERN CONFERENCE GAME

JENNINGS COUNTY PULLS AWAY FROM THE WARRIORETTES IN TRIPLE OVERTIME FOR 87-77 VICTORY

Jennings County (2-0) at Scottsburg (0-1)


Friday, November 13, 2015

Jennings Co.    10    12    18    16    9    8    14 - 87

Scottsburg        16    14    8     18    9    8    4 - 77


Jennings County (2-0) - Shelbi Wright 30, Brooklyn Gaines 14, Sidney Gerkin 33, Eliza Gasper 1, Macy Roth 6, Callie Wilder 3


Scottsburg (0-1) - Paige Barrett 25, Katie Horstman 11, Emma Waskom 13, Taylor Stewart 7, Taylor Means 21


3-pointers - Wright 2, Gaines 3, Gerkin 1, Barrett 1, Waskom 2, Means 4

WARRIORETTES DEFEAT INDIANAPOLIS BROAD RIPPLE BY SCORE OF 65-17

Indianapolis Broad Ripple (0-2) at Scottsburg (1-1)



Saturday, November 14, 2015

Broad Ripple    2        2    5        8   - 17

Scottsburg        21    18    10     16   - 65


Indianapolis Broad Ripple (0-2) - Smith 9, Ingram 2, Palmer 2, Jean-Baptiste 2, Phillips 2


Scottsburg (1-1) - Barrett 28, Waskom 10, Horstman 8, Hall 5, Bowling 2, Hunefeld 2, Means 4, Stewart 4, Davidson 2

WARRIORETTES IMPRESSIVE IN 51-39 WIN OVER FLOYD CENTRAL

Floyd Central (0-2) at Scottsburg (2-1)


Thursday, Novermber 19, 2015

Floyd Central    14    7      12     6   - 39

Scottsburg        10    21    14     6   - 51


Floyd Central (0-2) -


Scottsburg (2-1) - Barrett 21, Means 18, Horstman 5, Hunefeld 3, Stewart 2, Waskom 2


3-pointers - Means 3

WARRIORETTES CAN’T OVERCOME SLOW START AS THEY LOSE MSC OPENER TO NORTH HARRISON 47-41

North Harrison (6-0) at Scottsburg (2-2)


Saturday, November 21, 2015

North Harrison  11    11    14    11    -  47

Scottsburg          6    10    11     14   -  41


North Harrison (6-0) - McAfee 11, Burson 10, Hatton 10, Nolot 6, Rennirt 5, Chiquito 3, Hinton 2


Scottsburg (2-2) - Barrett 14, Means 14, Waskom 9, Horstman 2, Stewart 2


3-pointers - Chiquito 1, Means 3, Waskom 2

WARRIORETTES DEFEAT RIVAL AUSTIN 52-41

Scottsburg (3-2) at Austin (2-2)


Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Austin                 9    10    10    12    -  41

Scottsburg          6    17    16     13   -  52


Austin (2-2) -  Owens 19, Brasher 6, Misamore 5, Norton 5, Coomer 4, Hollan 2


Scottsburg (3-2) -  Waskom 17, Horstman 12, Stewart 10, Means 7, Barrett 4, Hunefeld 2


3-pointers -  Misamore 1, Owens 2, Norton 1, Means 1

WARRIORS LOSE TO RIVAL AUSTIN 67-64 IN OVERTIME

Austin (2-0) at Scottsburg (0-1)


Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Austin                 14    18     9    16     10    -  67

Scottsburg          12    17    14   14      7     -  64


Austin (2-0) -  Johnson 28, McIntosh 17, White 17, Embrey 2, Lovell 2, Buhr 1


Scottsburg (0-1) -  Yocum 23, Meagher 14, Wan 9, Smith 7, I. Barber 5, M. Barber 2, Funk 2, Whitler 2


3-pointers -  White 1, Meagher 2, Smith 2, I. Barber 1, Yocum 2

WARRIORETTES DEFEAT MSC FOE BROWNSTOWN CENTRAL 56-53

Brownstown Central (5-2) at Scottsburg (4-2)


Friday, November 27, 2015

Brownstown        4    18     12    19   -  53

Scottsburg          8    12      15    21   -  56


Brownstown (5-2) -  Jaynes 12, Farmer 10, Klinge 9, K. Stuckwisch 7, S. Stuckwisch 5, Kreis 3, Wehmiller 3, Garland 2, Snodgrass 2


Scottsburg (4-2) -  Waskom 19, Means 13, Horstman 11, Hunefeld 7, Barrett 6


3-pointers -  Klinge 1, Kreis 1, K. Stuckwisch 1

WARRIORS GET POUNDED ON THE ROAD BY CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 60-34

Scottsburg (0-2) at Christian Academy (1-1)


Saturday, November 28, 2015

Scottsburg                    8      14       3       9   -  34

Christian Academy       11    15      12    22   -  60


Scottsburg (0-2) -  M. Barber 10, Meagher 7, Yocum 7, Smith 4, I. Barber 3, Wan 3


Christian Academy (1-1) -  Reed 27, Cook 10, Linnehan 10, Fitzgibbon 6, Hamby 5, Renfro 2


3-pointers -  Scottsburg 4 (M. Barber, I. Barber, Yocum, Wan), Christian Academy 3 (Linnehan 2, Reed)

WARRIORETTES CRUISE PAST CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 60-40

Christian Academy (5-3) at Scottsburg (5-2)


Monday, November 30, 2015

Christian Academy   4 11 14 11—40

Scottsburg              17 13 18 12—60


Christian Academy (5-3): Brittany Moffett 16, Alli Stumler 14, Cortney Baird 7, Danielle Summitt 2, Clara Koch 1.


Scottsburg (5-2): Means 15, Waskom 15, Barrett 12, Stewart 8, Horstman 7, Bowling 2, Hunefeld 1


3-pointers - Barrett, Waskom 2, Means 1

WARRIORS DEFEAT EASTERN (PEKIN) 58-55 ON LATE 3 POINT BASKET BY YOCUM

Eastern (Pekin) (0-2) at Scottsburg (1-2)


Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Eastern (Pekin)    11      10       11       23   -  55

Scottsburg             7       10       26      15   -  60


Eastern (Pekin) (0-2) -  Rodewig 20, Hayden 17, Edlin 9, Emmert 7, Hall 2


Scottsburg (1-2) -  Whitler 19, Meagher 13, Yocum 11, M. Barber 5, Newton 4, Smith 4, Funk 1, Wan 1


3-pointers -  Scottsburg 3 (M. Barber, Newton, Yocum), Eastern (Pekin) 8 (Hayden 5, Rodewig 3)

WARRIORETTES DEFEAT MSC RIVAL CORYDON CENTRAL TONIGHT AT CHARLES E. MEYER GYMNASIUM

Corydon Central (6-3) at Scottsburg (6-2)


Thursday, December 3, 2015

Corydon Central    13      13       9       2   -  37

Scottsburg             21       7        9      13   -  50


Corydon Central (6-3) -  Edwards 8, Paden 7, Fisher 6, Oliver 6, Rowlett 6, Rennirt 2, Schmitt 2


Scottsburg (6-2) -  Barrett 21, Waskom 11, Means 10, Stewart 6, Horstman 2


3-pointers -  Scottsburg 2 (Means 2), Corydon Central 5 (Edwards 2, Rowlett 2, Paden)

WARRIORETTES DEFEAT CHARLESTOWN 50-34 TO IMPROVE TO 7-2 ON THE SEASON

Warriorettes (7-2) at Charlestown (2-6)


Friday, December 4, 2015

Scottsburg             7      16     14      13   -  50

Charlestown          6      11       7      10   -  34


Scottsburg (7-2) – Barrett 21, Horstman 7, Means 6, Waskom 6, Stewart 6, Hunefeld 4

Charlestown (2-6) –

3-Point Goals: Waskom 1




WARRIORS FALL TO MSC RIVAL CHARLESTOWN 62-46

Warriors (1-3) at Charlestown (1-2)


Friday, December 4, 2015

Scottsburg          11      11       16       8   -  46

Charlestown        15       18       6      23   -  62


Scottsburg (1-3) -  Meagher 18, Yocum 10, Barber 9, Whitler 9


Charlestown (1-2) -  Harris 13, Long 13, Knobel 10, Mansfield 8, West 8, Woodward 6, Matthews 2, Schafer 2


3-pointers -  Scottsburg 5 (M. Barber, Meagher 3, Whitler 1), Charlestown 4 (Harris 2, Long 2)

WARRIORETTES DEFEAT SHAWE MEMORIAL 54-32 TO IMPROVE TO 8-2 ON THE YEAR

Warriorettes (8-2) at Shawe Memorial (4-6)


Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Scottsburg                13      11       13       17   -  54

Shawe Memorial       10       8        8          6   -  32


Scottsburg (8-2) -  Barrett 16, Waskom 12, Stewart 10, Hall 6, Hunefeld 5, Horstman 2, Craft 2, Bowling 1


Shawe Memorial (4-6) -  Higgins 10, Grote 6, Hensler 5, Hesse 5, Armstrong 3, Waller 2, Cooper 1


3-pointers -  Scottsburg 1 (Waskom 1), Shawe Memorial 3 (Higgins 2, Armstrong 1)

WARRIORETTES BATTLE EARLY BUT LOSE LATE AS NEW ALBANY PULLS AWAY FOR 61-46 VICTORY

Warriorettes (8-3) at New Albany (6-4)



Thursday, December 10, 2015

Scottsburg                15      7       10       14   -  46

New Albany              11       9       15      26   -  61


Scottsburg (8-3) – Paige Barrett 16, Taylor Means 7, Emma Waskom 8, Katie Horstman 9, Taylor Stewart 6

New Albany (6-4) – Earlean Davis 12, Ashley Lyninger 6, Chyna Anthony 14, Jenna Shine 13, Marissa Jones 10, Aaliyah Bell 6

WARRIORS SUFFER TWO LOSSES AT BROWNSTOWN - THE GAME 78-39 & MEAGHER TO A BROKEN FOOT

Warriors (1-4) at Brownstown Central (3-0)


Friday, December 11, 2015

Scottsburg                  8       12        8       11   -  39

Brownstown              12       24       24      18   -  78


Scottsburg (1-4) – Smith 10, Meacher 8, Barber 7, Yocum 5, Whitler 4, Newton 2, Funk 2, Wan 1.

Brownstown (3-0) – Waskom 14, Shade 12, Bane 10, Shoemaker 8, McCory 8, Lambring 6, Nierman 6, Maxie 5, Rieckers 5, Eggersman 2, Schrader 2.

3-point goals: Smith 2, Yocum, Shade 3, Waskom 2, Lambring, Nierman, Rieckers.

SHORTHANDED WARRIORS SUFFER BIG LOSS ON THE ROAD AS PROVIDENCE STORMS TO 72-31 VICTORY

Warriors (1-5) at Providence (4-1)


Saturday, December 12, 2015

Scottsburg                  5        4        15       7    -  31

Providence               19       20       22      11   -  72


Scottsburg (1-4) – M.Barber 14, Smith 1, Newton 2, I.Barber 5, Yocum 3, Wan 5, Whitler 1.

Providence (4-1) – Betz 13, Leist 4, Coker 3, Conrad 10, Ebert 3, Morris 8, Sprigler 7, Judd 4, Byerley 6, Libs 14.


3-point goals: M.Barber, Wan, Coker, Ebert, Morris, Sprigler.

WARRIORETTES FALL IN DOUBLE OVERTIME TO MSC RIVAL SILVER CREEK 66-60

Warriorettes (8-4) at Silver Creek (4-8)


Saturday, December 12, 2015

Scottsburg                11      13      8      16        6        6   -  60

Silver Creek              18       9       6      15        6      12   -  66


Scottsburg (8-4) – Barrett 18, Horstman 16, Stewart 12, Hunefeld 6, Waskom 5, Means 4

Silver Creek (4-8) –

3-Point Goals: Means

UPCOMING BRACKET FOR THE RUMBLE ON THE RIVER TOURNAMENT AT SOUTHWESTERN

WARRIORETTES PLAY COLUMBUS EAST 12/28 AT 10:50 AM

WARRIORETTES DEFEAT MITCHELL ON THE ROAD 71-44 TO IMPROVE TO 9-4 ON THE SEASON

Warriorettes (9-4) at Mitchell (4-9)


Thursday, December 17, 2015

Scottsburg                19      22      12      18   -  71

Silver Creek              11       6       15      12   -  44


Scottsburg (9-4) – Means 15, Barrett 13, Waskom 13, Stewart 12, Horstman 10, Hunefeld 8

Mitchell (4-9) –

3-Point Goals: Means 3, Waskom

WARRIORS LET ONE SLIP AWAY AS CORYDON COMES FROM BEHIND TO DEFEAT WARRIORS IN OT 73-72

Corydon Central (1-4) at Warriors (1-6)


Friday, December 18, 2015

Eastern (Pekin)    18      12       6       28    9   -  73

Scottsburg            14       16     16      18    8   -  72


Corydon Central (1-4) -  Nalley 22, Wiseman 15, Saulman 11, Ripperdan 10, Beauchamp 10, Allen 3, Staubler 2


Scottsburg (1-6) -  M. Barber 22, Wan 14, Yocum 9, Funk 7, Hunley 7, Whitler 6, Smith 4, Newton 3


3-pointers -  Scottsburg 6 (M. Barber 3, Newton, Yocum, Hunley), Corydon 3 (Nalley, Wiseman, Allen)

WARRIORETTES DEFEAT COLUMBUS EAST IN OVERTIME TO ADVANCE IN THE RUMBLE ON THE RIVER TOURNEY

Warriorettes (10-4) v. Columbus East (5-6)


Monday, December 28, 2015

Scottsburg                18      9      19      27    12   -  85

Silver Creek              11      7      22      33      8   -  81


Scottsburg (10-4) –  Barrett 42, Waskom 24, Means 11, Horstman 3, Hunefeld 3, Stewart 2

Columbus East (5-6) – Ballard 26, Wetzel 25, Galarno 16, Meade 5, Cunningham 4, Lyons 2, Sallerfield 2, Morrison 1

3-Point Goals: Ballard 6, Meade 1, Means 2, Waskom 1

WARRIORETTES LOSE TO MSC RIVAL NORTH HARRISON 73-55 IN RUMBLE ON THE RIVER TOURNEY

Warriorettes (10-5) v. North Harrison (16-1)


Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Scottsburg                xx      xx     xx      xx   -  55

North Harrison          xx      xx     xx      xx   -  73


Scottsburg (10-5) – Means 17, Barrett 15, Stewart 12, Waskom 7, Horstman 4

North Harrison (16-1) –

3-Point Goals: Means 5, Waskom 2

WARRIORETTES COMEBACK FALLS SHORT AS LADY CUBS WIN 67-62 IN THIRD PLACE GAME AT RUMBLE ON THE RIVER


Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Scottsburg       12      14     15      21   -  62

Madison          15      18     18      16   -  67


Scottsburg (10-6) – Waskom 25, Means 17, Waskom 15, Horstman 5

Madison (8-7) –

3-Point Goals: Waskom 4, Means 2

WHITELAND HANDS WARRIORS 70-41 DEFEAT AT BANKERS LIFE FIELDHOUSE

Warriors (1-7) vs. Whiteland (6-1)


Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Scottsburg          0      10     15      16   -  41

Whiteland          17      18     17      18   -  70


Scottsburg (1-7) – Yocum 12, Whitler 7, Hunley 6, M. Barber 4, Bowles 4, Neace 3, Smith 3, Wan 2

Whiteland (6-1) – Valle 16, Herald 8, Robinson 8, Moss 7, Purdie 7, Eblen 7, Gross 4, B. Neal, 4, A. Neal 2, Schantz 2, Reistner 2, Ferguson 2, Higdon 1

3-Point Goals: Herald 2, Smith, Whitler, Yocum

WARRIORS DROP CLOSE BATTLE AT HOME TO TRINITY LUTHERAN 75-69

Warriors (1-8) vs. Trinity Lutheran (5-5)


Saturday, January 2, 2016

Trinity Lutheran  17      12     21      19   -  69

Scottsburg          17      12     21      19   -  69


Scottsburg (1-8) – M. Barber 16, Yocum 12, Whitler 11, Neace 10, Hunley 6, Wan 6, Prince 4, Funk 2, Newton 2

Trinity Lutheran (5-5) – Horton 28, Rebber 23, Stuckwisch 16, Marksberry 3, Rowe 2, Tabeling 2, Harweger 1

3-Point Goals: M. Barber 3, Neace 2, Hunley, Wan, Whitler, Rebber 2, Stuckwisch 2, Marksberry 1

WARRIORETTES HOT SHOOTING LEADS TO 75-49 VICTORY OVER VISITING NEW WASHINGTON

New Washington (1-15) at Scottsburg (11-6)


Tuesday, January 5, 2016

New Washington  10      10     16      13   -  49

Scottsburg            25      16     21      13   -  75


Scottsburg (11-6) – Barrett 26, Waskom 16, Means 12, Stewart 6, Jennings 5, Hall 3, Davidson 2, Cumbee 2, Jones 2

New Washington (1-15) – Krouse 17, S. Crace 8, McCarty 6, Matthews 6, Griffith 5, B. Crace 4, Tye 3

3-Point Goals: Krouse 5, S. Crace 1, Waskom 4, Means 2

MEANS’ HISTORICAL NIGHT PROPELS WARRIORETTES TO 92-43 VICTORY OVER MSC FOE CLARKSVILLE

Clarksville (4-13) at Scottsburg (12-6)


Thursday, January 7, 2016

Clarksville              8         8     13      14   -  43

Scottsburg            24      16     24      28   -  92


Scottsburg (12-6) – Means 39, Waskom 21, Barrett 17, Hunefeld 5, Stewart 4, Cumbee 2, Hall 2, Horstman 2

Clarksville (4-13) – Sharp 13, Weber 11, Eversole 7, Givings 4, Grier 4, Baker 2, Early 2

3-Point Goals: Sharp 1, Weber 1, Means 10, Waskom 3

*Taylor Means’ 10 3-pointers ties the school record, and her 8 3-pointers in the first half are a STATE RECORD!

CUBS DEFEAT WARRIORS ON HOMECOMING NIGHT BY SCORE OF 68-43

Madison (5-4) at Scottsburg (1-9)


Friday, January 8, 2016

Madison                26    16     17      9   -  68

Scottsburg            17      7     13      6   -  43


Madison (5-4) – Ikongshul 30, Compton 8, Dryden 6, Yancey 6, Anderson 5, Howser 4, Hamby 3, Perry 2, Kiefer 2, Wattenburger 2

Scottsburg (1-9) – Yocum 18, M. Barber 11, Neace 6, Hunley 4, Funk 2, Whitler 1, Prince 1

3-Point Goals: Dryden 2, Yancey 2, Anderson 1, Ikongshul 1, M. Barber 2, Yocum 1

WARRIORS ON THE ROAD TONIGHT TO FACE MSC RIVAL NORTH HARRISON

Scottsburg (1-10) at North Harrison (7-3)


Saturday, January 9, 2016

Scottsburg                  8      14       8      23   -  53

North Harrison          22      13     24      20   -  79


Scottsburg (1-10) – Yocum 15, Whitler 11, Prince 9, M. Barber 8, Neace 4, Bowles 3, Wan 3

North Harrison (7-3) – A. Flock 23, Jenkins 15, Book 8, Eveslage 8, M. Flock 6, Nicolas 6, Haub 4, Logsdon 4, Harley 2, Kuerci 2, Wetzel 1

3-Point Goals: Prince 3, Whitler, Yocum, Bowles, Wan, A. Flock 4, Nicolas 2, M. Flock, Jenkins, Book, Logsdon

WARRIORETTES STUMBLE ON THE ROAD AS SALEM PULLS OUT 49-48 VICTORY

Warriorettes (12-7) at Salem (10-8)


Thursday, January 14, 2016

Scottsburg      12      12     9      15   -  48

Salem             14      14     5      16   -  49


Scottsburg (12-7) – Barrett 19, Means 8, Horstman 7, Waskom 7, Stewart 4, Hunefeld 3

Salem (10-8) –

3-Point Goals: Waskom, Means, Horstman

SALEM LIONS DISMANTLE WARRIORS 100-50 IN MSC ACTION

Warriors (1-11) at Salem (8-3)


Friday, January 15, 2016

Scottsburg      11      17     13        9   -  50

Salem             29      30     24      17   -  100


Scottsburg (1-11) – Yocum 19, M. Barber 9, Neace 4, Smith 3, I. Barber 3, Prince 3, Hunley 3, Newton 2, Funk 2, Whitler 2

Salem (8-3) – Hobson 28, Weedin 19, Burch 9, Jones 8, Day 7, Brichaber 6, Suvak 6, Cornett 5, Nice 5, Haendiges 4, Collins 3

3-Point Goals: Smith 1, I. Barber 1, Yocum 1, Prince 1, Weedin 2, Suvak 1, Jones 1, Nice 1, Cornett 1, Burch 1

RECORD NIGHT FOR PREP STAR ROMEO LANGFORD PROPELS NEW ALBANY TO 113-39 VICTORY OVER WARRIORS

Warriors (1-12) at New Albany (11-1)


Friday, January 15, 2016

Scottsburg          17        3     13        6   -  39

New Albany        27      28     34      24   -  100


Scottsburg (1-12) – Yocum 10, Neace 8, Prince 6, Whitler 6, M. Barber 4, Wan 3, Funk 1, Hunley 1

New Albany (11-1) – Langford 44, East 17, Moore 15, Hibbard 9, Murphy 9, Maxwell 6, Pratt-Thomas 5, Guess 4, Southers 2, Jefferson 2

3-Point Goals: Langford 5, East 5, Murphy 2, Hibbard 1, Moore 1, Prince 2, Whitler 1, Yocum 1

WARRIORETTES DOMINATE LADY CUBS ON SENIOR NIGHT WITH 54-32 VICTORY

Madison (10-10) at Scottsburg (13-7)


Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Madison                8        4       13        7   -  32

Scottsburg            14      10     15      15   -  54


Madison (10-10) – Liter 10, Hartman 6, Elliott 5, Allen 5, O. Beasley 2, E. Beasley 2, Smith 2

Scottsburg (13-7) – Barrett 14, Means 12, Horstman 11, Waskom 11, Stewart 6

3-Point Goals: Liter 1, Waskom 3, Means 2

WARRIORS HOME GAME AGAINST CLARKSVILLE ORIGINALLY SCHEDULED FOR TONIGHT HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY, JANUARY 30TH!!

WARRIORETTES PICK UP BIG MSC ROAD WIN WITH 59-56 VICTORY OVER EASTERN (PEKIN)

Warriorettes (14-7) at Eastern (Pekin) (14-5)


Thursday, January 21, 2016

Scottsburg              13      10     20      16   -  59

Eastern (Pekin)       6        22     12      16   -  56


Scottsburg (14-7) – Means 19, Horstman 13, Waskom 10, Stewart 8, Barrett 5, Hunefeld 4

Eastern (Pekin) (14-5) –

3-Point Goals: Means 3

WARRIORETTES & WARRIORS BOTH FALL ON THE ROAD AT SEYMOUR


Warriorettes (14-8) at Seymour (17-4)

Saturday, January 23, 2016
Scottsburg          7      10     17      10   -  44

Seymour           xx       xx     xx      xx   -  60


Scottsburg (14-7) – Barrett 16, Waskom 11, Horstman 8, Means 5, Stewart 4

Seymour (14-5) –

3-Point Goals: Means 1


Warriors (1-13) at Seymour (4-10)

Saturday, January 23, 2016
Scottsburg              12      9      10        6   -  37

Seymour                 11    16      15      19   -  61


Scottsburg (1-13) – Whitler 11, Yocum 9, Prince 6, M. Barber 5, Funk 3, Neace 3

Seymour (4-10) – T. Miller 26, R. Wieneke 14, A. Perry 11, T. Bloom 4, J. Miller 3, Wilson 3

3-Point Goals: Prince 2, T. Miller 7, Perry 2, Wieneke 1, Wilson 1

WARRIORETTES DROP FINAL REGULAR SEASON GAME AT JEFFERSONVILLE 51-27

Scottsburg (14-9) at Jeffersonville (15-7)


Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Scottsburg        3      11      3      10—27

Jeffersonville  12     10     14     15—51


Scottsburg (14-9): Taylor Stewart 3, Paige Barrett 8, Leah Humefeld 0, Alyssa Hall 0, Taylor Means 5, Kate Horstman 6, Emma Waskom 5.


Jeffersonville (15-7): Jaylynn Brown 0, Tori Handley 1, Jasmine Lilly 6, Mikiyah Owens 0, Jade Lilly 0, Jacinta Gibson 0, Taylor Sykes 15, Kelsey Luce 0, Hailey Lacy 2, Jhala Henry 6, Jaelyn Lee 7, Asia Williams 6, Amanda McKinney 2, Chelsea Gibson 6.


3-point field goals: Scottsburg 1 (Barrett)

WARRIORS FALL TO PANTHERS 69-43

Warriors (1-14) at Jennings County (6-8)


Friday, January 29, 2016

Scottsburg        17      10      9      7—43

Jennings Co     19      17     12    21—69


Scottsburg (1-14): Yocum 15, M. Barber 12, Whitler 7, Neace 6, Prince 3.


Jennings County (6-8): Vogel 22, Jones 11, Justin Pettit 10, Amrhein 9, Ketchum 5, Jackson 5, Josh Pettit 4, Bailey 3.


3-point field goals: Scottsburg 6 (M. Barber 2, Yocum 2, Prince, Whitler), Jennings Co. 7 (Amrhein 3, Bailey, Jones, Ketchum, Vogel)

WARRIORS FALL SHORT IT TIGHT MSC BATTLE WITH CLARKSVILLE 45-37

Clarksville (7-9) at Scottsburg (1-15)


Saturday, January 30, 2016

Clarksville        9      19      9      8—45

Scottsburg     11      11      4    11—37


Clarksville (7-9): Taylor 11, Hale 7, Leonhardt 7, Stewart 6, B. McEwen 5, Ludwick 3, VanWinkle 3, Sowers 2, M. McEwen 1.


Scottsburg (1-15):  Yocum 14, Whitler 7, Neace 5, Smith 4, Prince 3, M. Barber 2, Funk 2.


3-point field goals: Scottsburg 6 (Yocum 2, Prince, Whitler, Smith, Neace), Clarksville 2 (B. McEwen, VanWinkle)

WARRIORETTES SEASON ENDS 47-46 TO NORTH HARRISON IN SECTIONAL PLAY

Warriorettes (14-10) at North Harrison (23-2)


Wednesday, February 3, 2016

North Harrison        13    13    7    14    —  47

Scottsburg              11    12    7    16    —  46


North Harrison (23-2): Hatton 18, McAfee 5, Rennirt 9, Hinton 13, Nolot 2.

Scottsburg (14-10): Barrett 14, Means 3, Waskom 14, Hunefeld 10, Stewart 5.

3-point goals: Means 1, Waskom 3, McAfee 1, Hinton 3, Rennirt 1, Barrett 1.



WARRIORS COLD START LEADS TO 77-40 LOSS AT SWITZERLAND COUNTY

Warriors (1-16) at Switzerland County (5-9)


Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Scottsburg            11      13      9      7 — 40

Switzerland Co     18      20     18    21— 77


Scottsburg (1-16): M. Barber 12, Prince 11, Smith 4, Yocum 4, Whitler 3, Hunley 3, Newton 2, Funk 1.


Switzerland County (5-9): Furnish 18, Fuller 17, Green 14, Hayes 9, South 6, Whitaker 4, Whitham 3, Stow 2, Wainscott 2, Konkle 2, .


3-point field goals: Scottsburg 5 (Prince 3, Hunley, Whitler), Switzerland Co. 12 (Fuller 5, Furnish 5, South 2)

WARRIORS HOT START NOT ENOUGH AS FLOYD CENTRAL EXPLODES TO 72-39 VICTORY

Floyd Central (9-7) at Scottsburg (1-17)


Saturday, February 6, 2016

Floyd Central          12    26    20    14    —  72

Scottsburg              13      7      4    15    —  39


Floyd Central (9-7): Connor Sturgeon 15, Tyler Kimm 12, Garrett Mehling 7, Luke Gohmann 7, Trevor Apple 7, Cobie Barnes 6, Zach Heidbreder 5, Brendon Hobson 3, Evan Nichols 3, Braxton Cerqueira 3, Jake Canter 2, Matthew Weimer 2.

Scottsburg (1-17): Yocum 15, Smith 12, M. Barber 3, Whitler 3, Prince 3, Neace 2, Newton 1.

3-point goals: Means 1, Waskom 3, McAfee 1, Hinton 3, Rennirt 1, Barrett 1.

WARRIORS BATTLE HARD EARLY BUT DRAGONS PULL AWAY LATE FOR 72-46 VICTORY

Silver Creek (15-3) at Scottsburg (1-18)


Friday, February 12, 2016

Silver Creek            16    15    20    21    —  72

Scottsburg              11    12    17      6    —  46


Silver Creek (15-3): Reed 27, Baker 20, Stephens 12, Barnett 5, Densford 3, Gross 3, Garrett 2.

Scottsburg (1-18): Yocum 14, Prince 11, Whitler 8, Neace 6, M. Barber 3, Funk 2, Smith 2.

3-point goals: Stephens 2, Baker 2, Barnett 1, Prince 3, Yocum 3, Whitler 2.

WARRIORS CAN’T HANG ON AS VISITING PAOLI PICKS UP 45 - 42 VICTORY AT MEYER GYM

Paoli (10-10) at Scottsburg (1-19)


Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Paoli                        9     12     12      12    —  45

Scottsburg               8     12     10      12    —  42


Paoli (10-10): Sears 12, Minton 10, Street 9, Lawson 8, Chastain 3, Babcock 2, Vincent 1.

Scottsburg (1-19): Yocum 11, Neace 9, Smith 7, Whitler 7, M. Barber 3, Funk 3, Prince 2.

3-point goals: Street 2, Sears 1, Yocum 3, Neace 1, Whitler 1.

WARRIORS COMEBACK FALLS SHORT AS SOUTHWESTERN (HANOVER) PREVAILS 54-48

Southwestern (Hanover) (7-14) at Scottsburg (1-20)


Saturday, February 20, 2016

Southwestern (Hanover)           7     16     18      13    —  54

Scottsburg                                 6     17       2      23    —  48


Southwestern (Hanover) (7-14): Kramer 26, Wheatley 16, Bell 8, Jones 2, Shepherd 2.

Scottsburg (1-20): M. Barber 14, Yocum 13, Prince 9, Whitler 5, Funk 4, Smith 3.

3-point goals: Kramer 3, Wheatley 2, Prince 3, M. Barber 2, Yocum 2, Smith 1, Whitler 1.

BLUEJACKETS DOWN WARRIORS 72-54 ON SENIOR NIGHT DESPITE 35 POINTS FROM YOCUM

Mitchell (8-14) at Scottsburg (1-21)


Friday, February 26, 2016

Mitchell                   21     12       18      21    —  72

Scottsburg              15     15       12      12    —  54


Mitchell (8-14): Blackwell 20, Wheeler 15, D. Passmore 12, Forrest 9, Peck 6, A. Passmore 4, Vanderenter 4, Jones 2

Scottsburg (1-21): Yocum 35, M. Barber 9, Funk 4, Prince 3, Smith 2, Whitler 1.

3-point goals: Blackwell 4, Peck 2, Wheeler 2, Yocum 7, Barber 1, Funk 1.

DRAGONS PROVE TOO MUCH FOR WARRIORS AS THEY END THEIR SEASON WITH 70-31 SECTIONAL DECISION

Silver Creek (19-4) vs. Scottsburg (1-22)



Silver Creek            14     20       19      17    —  70

Scottsburg                3       6       13        9    —  31


Silver Creek (19-4):  Reed 17, Baker 12, Gross 10, Stephens 9, Eckert 7, Barnett 6, Densford 4, Tharp 3, Landers 2.

Scottsburg (1-22): Yocum 13, Whitler 6, Funk 3, Neace 3, M. Barber 2, Newton 2, Smith 2.

3-point goals: Barnett 2, Baker 1, Stephens 1, Yocum 1.

SCOTTSBURG WARRIOR BASKETBALL BOOSTER GOLF SCRAMBLE


The Scottsburg Warriors Booster Club will be hosting their annual golf outing on September 25, 2016 at 1 pm at Westwood Golf Course in Scottsburg.  If you are interested in sponsoring a hole, please click the link below for information!



2016 SCOTTSBURG BASKETBALL SPONSOR REQUEST.pdf

SCOTTSBURG YOUTH BASKETBALL INFORMATION


The Scottsburg Warriors and Warriorettes are expanding and improving our Youth Basketball programs.  Below are important documents to help give you the information you need to know about the Future of Scottsburg Basketball!


**NEW Scottsburg Youth Basketball presentation to parents-1.pdf**


**Scottsburg youth basketball_registration_form_winter_2016-1.doc**


**Scottsburg Boys Basketball Dribbling Club-1.pdf**


**Dribblilng Club Registration Form-1.pdf**

SCOTTSBURG YOUTH BASKETBALL FAQs


With all the changes being made within our Youth Basketball Programs, we have put together a Frequently Asked Questions flyer to help coaches, parents and players.  Please see the link below:


**Scottsburg Youth Basketball Program Fact Sheet 2016.pdf**

2016-17 Scottsburg Warriorette Schedule


Oct. 29    at Trinity Lutheran {1A} (Scrimmage)    7:00 pm

Nov. 5    Warriorettes Give Back Game    6:00 pm

Nov. 11    at Jennings County {4A}    7:30 pm

Nov. 12    at Indianapolis Broad Ripple {2A}    7:30 pm

Nov. 17    at Floyd Central {4A}    7:30 pm

Nov. 19    at North Harrison {3A}    7:30 pm

Nov. 22    Austin {2A}    7:30 pm

Nov. 25    at Brownstown Central {3A}    7:30 pm

Nov. 28    at Christian Academy {1A}    7:30 pm

Dec. 1    at Corydon Central {3A}    7:30 pm

Dec. 3    Charlestown {3A}    6:00 pm

Dec. 6    Shawe Memorial {1A}    7:30 pm

Dec. 8    New Albany {4A}    7:30 pm

Dec. 10    Silver Creek {3A}    1:30 pm (JV at Noon)

Dec. 15    Mitchell {2A}    7:30 pm

Dec. 29    Southwestern Tournament through Dec. 30

Jan. 2    at Seymour  (JV Double Header)    6:00 pm

Jan. 3    at New Washington {1A}    7:30 pm

Jan. 5    at Clarksville {2A}    7:30 pm

Jan. 12    Salem {3A}    7:30 pm

Jan. 17    at Madison {3A}    7:30 pm

Jan. 19    Eastern (Pekin) {2A}    7:30 pm

Jan. 21    Seymour {4A}  (Varsity Double Header)  6:00 pm

Jan. 24    Jeffersonville {4A}    7:30 pm

 

MID-SOUTHERN CONFERENCE GAME


JV Start time is 6:00 pm unless noted otherwise.

2016-17 Scottsburg Warrior Schedule


Nov. 12    Meyer Madness    6:00 pm

Nov. 17    Henryville {2A}  (Scrimmage)    7:30

Nov. 23    at Austin {2A}    7:30 pm

Nov. 29    at Eastern (Pekin) {2A}    7:30 pm

Dec. 2    Charlestown {3A}    7:30 pm

Dec. 9    Brownstown Central {3A}    7:30 pm

Dec. 10    Providence {2A}    7:30 pm

Dec. 16    at Corydon Central {3A}    7:30 pm

Dec. 17    at South Central (JV Tournament)    10:00 am

Dec. 22    Scott County Tournament    through Dec. 23

Dec. 28    Whiteland {4A}    7:30 pm

Jan. 2    at Seymour  (JV Double Header)    7:30 pm

Jan. 6    at Madison {3A}    7:30 pm

Jan. 7    North Harrison {3A}    7:30 pm

Jan. 13    Salem {3A}    7:30 pm

Jan. 14    New Albany {4A}    7:30 pm

Jan. 20    at Clarksville {2A}    7:30 pm

Jan. 21    Seymour {4A}  (Varsity Double Header)   7:30 pm

Jan. 27    Jennings County {4A}    7:30 pm

Feb. 2    Switzerland County {2A}    7:30 pm

Feb. 4    at Floyd Central {4A}    1:30 pm

Feb. 10    at Silver Creek {3A}    7:30 pm

Feb. 14    at Paoli {2A}    7:30 pm

Feb. 18    at Southwestern (Hanover) {2A}    7:30 pm

Feb. 24    at Mitchell {2A}    7:30 pm

 

MID-SOUTHERN CONFERENCE GAME


JV Start time is 6:00 pm unless noted otherwise.

SCOTTSBURG WARRIOR FAN WEAR FOR 2016

MORE WARRIOR FAN WEAR IS AVAILABLE AT THE FOLLOWING LINK:


FlyerScottsburgBasketball11-1-16.pdf

To help cheer on the Warriorettes for the upcoming season, the Warriorette Basketball program and Booster Club is offering Warriorette Basketball Gear for sale. All pieces feature the “Warriorette Logo” and will be available for purchase from now until November 27th. Thank you for helping support your Warriorettes!


-There are two different online store options for Warriorette Basketball Gear


Online Store option 1: The Team Image store features several affordable options in adult men's, adult women's, and children's gear. Online orders must be placed by NOVEMBER 27th.


https://scottsburggirlsbasketball.itemorder.com/sale



Online Store option 2: The BSN Sports Online store has Nike gear for Men and Women. Online orders must be placed by NOVEMBER 27th.


https://www.bsnteamsports.com

Access Code : warrio5F53

SCOTTSBURG WARRIORETTE FAN WEAR FOR 2016

WARRIORETTES LOSE DEFENSIVE BATTLE AT JENNINGS COUNTY 44-38


Scottsburg (0-1) at Jennings County (2-0)



Scottsburg                  10       9        9       10    —  38

Jennings Co               12       9       10      13    —  44


Scottsburg (0-1):

Jennings Co (2-0):

3-point goals:

WARRIORETTES DEFEAT INDIANAPOLIS BROAD RIPPLE 85-25


Scottsburg (1-1) at Indianapolis Broad Ripple (0-3)


Saturday, November 12, 2016

Scottsburg                  20       20      17     28    —  85

Broad Ripple               4          4        9      8     —  25


Scottsburg (1-1):

Broad Ripple (0-3):

3-point goals:

WARRIORETTES FALL TO FLOYD CENTRAL 68-50

Scottsburg (1-2) at Floyd Central (3-1)


Thursday, November 17, 2016

Scottsburg                  9       18      10     13    —  50

Floyd Central            17       17      22     12    —  68


Scottsburg (1-2):

Floyd Central (3-1):

3-point goals:

WARRIORETTES LOSE TO 3A #1 NORTH HARRISON 75-42


Scottsburg (1-3) at North Harrison (6-0)


Saturday, November 19, 2016

Scottsburg                13         9        9     11    —  42

North Harrison          24       23      12     16    —  75


Scottsburg (1-3):

North Harrison (6-0):

3-point goals:

WARRIORETTES DEFEAT COUNTY RIVAL AUSTIN 46-43

Austin (3-1) at Scottsburg (2-3)


Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Austin                13       10      14       6    —  43

Scottsburg         12       12      12     10    —  46


Scottsburg (2-3):

North Harrison (3-1):

3-point goals:

WARRIORS OPEN SEASON IN THRILLING FASHION AS THEY HANG ON TO DEFEAT THEIR COUNTY RIVAL AUSTIN 62-61

Scottsburg (1-0) at Austin (0-1)


Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Scottsburg          15       14      16     17    —  62

Austin                   7         8      14     32    —  61


Scottsburg (1-0):

North Harrison (0-1):

3-point goals:

WARRIORETTES BATTLE BACK TO PICK UP BIG MSC ROAD VICTORY OVER BROWNSTOWN 50-43


Scottsburg (3-3) at Brownstown Central (5-3)


Friday, November 25, 2016

Scottsburg                13         6      10     21    —  50

Brownstown              10       11      14       8    —  43


Scottsburg (3-3):

Brownstown Central (5-3):

3-point goals:

WARRIORETTES DEFEAT CHRISTIAN ACADEMY AS BARRETT BECOMES 10TH MEMBER OF 1,000 POINT CLUB

Scottsburg (4-3) at Christian Academy (4-3)


Monday, November 29, 2016

Scottsburg                    18        16      14     14    —  62

Christian Academy         9        10        5       7    —  31


Scottsburg (4-3):

Christian Academy (4-3):

3-point goals:

WARRIORS NIP MSC FOE EASTERN (PEKIN) 61-59

Scottsburg (2-0) at Eastern (Pekin) (0-2)


Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Scottsburg                --        --      --     --    —  61

Eastern (Pekin)         --        --      --     --    —  59


Scottsburg (2-0):

Eastern (Pekin) (0-2):

3-point goals:

The Scottsburg Warriors earned its second road victory in as many games defeating Mid Southern Conference rival the Eastern (Pekin) Musketeers, 61-59 on Tuesday night.


In a back and forth contest the Warriors held a three point advantage at halftime, 34-31,  until the Musketeers scored nine (9) straight points to start the third quarter to take back the lead.  Midway thru the fourth quarter Scottsburg took a one point advantage, 55-54, as the game remained tight until the final horn.  With .3 seconds remaining Eastern was unable to get a shot off at the buzzer from an inbounds pass under its own basket as the Scottsburg defense came up big securing the win.

The Warriors were led by Jimmy Neace who had 20 points including three (3) of six (6) three balls and also got double figure scoring games from Mitchell Meagher and Taylor Funk who chipped in 13 and 11 respectively.   Patrick Lincoln had four (4) assists, while Meagher led the Warriors in rebounds with six (6).  Scottsburg shot just 38 percent from the field but were a respectable 41 percent from the three point line dropping seven of 17. The Warriors made 16 of 22 of its free throws for 73 percent while committing nine (9) turnovers.

The victory moved Scottsburg to 2-0 overall and in the Mid Southern Conference, while Eastern fell to 0-2 overall and 0-1 in league play.

WARRIORETTES ON THE ROAD TO FACE MSC RIVAL CORYDON CENTRAL

Scottsburg (5-3) at Corydon Central (5-4)


Thursday, December 1, 2016

Scottsburg                    12        26      15     17    —  70

Corydon Central           15        22      13     16    —  66


Scottsburg (5-3):

Corydon Central (5-4):

3-point goals:

WARRIORS BATTLE BACK FROM DEFICIT BUT COME UP SHORT AS CHARLESTOWN WINS 53-48

Charlestown (2-1) at Scottsburg (2-1)



Friday, December 2, 2016

Charlestown                    17        15      10     11    —  53

Scottsburg                         9          8        8     23    —  48


Charlestown (2-1): Knoebel 27, Matthews 7, Mitchell 4, Lawler 7, Schafer 2, Woodward 4, Crace 2

Scottsburg (2-1): Lincoln 3, Prince 3, Funk 7, Meagher 27, Smith 4, Neace 4

3-point goals: Knoebel, Matthews, Lawler, Prince, Funk, Meagher

The Charlestown Pirates held a 17 point lead after three quarters of play, but needed every bit of that cushion to hold off a furious fourth quarter rally by host Scottsburg, 53-48, in a Mid-Southern Conference game at Meyer Gym on Friday night.


The Pirates led 32-17 at halftime and extended the lead to 42-25 after three quarters behind the crafty play of senior guard Jordon Knoebel who tallied 20 points to that point.  The final period saw the Warriors defense come alive as rugged senior forward Mitchell Meagher had 11 points to help lead the comeback.  Twice under a minute to play with Scottsburg down three points, the Warriors missed potential game tying shots.  Charlestown had a tough time from the free throw line, making just 10 of 21 for the game including 3 of 10 in the fourth quarter to help fuel the Scottsburg comeback.  The Warriors outscored the visitors 23-11 to end the game.  A key stat, especially early in the game was turnovers.  Charlestown forced Scottsburg into 14 while committing just seven on the night.


Both Knoebel  and Meagher tied for game high scoring honors with 27 points.   No other player on either squad scored in double figures.


The loss dropped Scottsburg to 2-1 on the season and in Mid-Southern Conference play.

WARRIORETTES SUFFER 2ND MSC LOSS OF THE SEASON AT HOME TO CHARLESTOWN LADY PIRATES

Charlestown (5-3) at Scottsburg (5-4)


Saturday, December 3, 2016

Charlestown                    11        15      21     15    —  62

Scottsburg                       16        13        9     15    —  53


Charlestown (5-3): Bri Harvey 23, Samantha Matthews 19, Peyton Crace 7, Karston Watson 5, Gabi Gagnon 3, Erin Kimbrell 3, Jackie Biscardi 2.

Scottsburg (5-4): Paige Barrett 22, Emma Waskom 9, Jaylah Mays 8, Alyssa Hall 5, Riley Pool 5, Katie Horstman 4.

3-point goals: Charlestown 6 (Matthews 4, Harvey 2); Scottsburg 3 (Barrett, Pool, Watson).

WARRIORETTES BACK IN ACTION TONIGHT AT MEYER GYM AS THEY HOST THE LADY HILLTOPPERS

Shawe Memorial (4-6) at Scottsburg (6-4)


Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Shawe Memorial               5         11       11     13    —  40

Scottsburg                       23        12        21     19    —  75


Shawe Memorial (4-6):

Scottsburg (6-4):

3-point goals:

WARRIORETTES SUFER 59-37 SETBACK TO NEW ALBANY LADY BULLDOGS

New Albany (7-3) at Scottsburg (6-5)


Thursday, December 8, 2016

New Albany     9  14  16  20—59

Scottsburg      6    8    8  15—37


New Albany (7-3): Julyen Condra 14, Kelsy Taylor 4, Earlean Davis 18, Chyna Anthony 10, Savanna Pinkston 8, Alayasia Douglas 1, Marissa Jones 4.


Scottsburg (6-5): Katie Horstman 7, Paige Barrett 8, Jaylah Mays 6, Kynleigh Watson 8, Alyssa Hall 2, Emma Waskom 6.


3-point field goals: New Albany 3 (Davis 2, Jones); Scottsburg 1 (Waskom).

BROWNSTOWN DEFEATS WARRIORS 70-42

Brownstown Central (3-0) at Scottsburg (2-2)


Friday, December 9, 2016

Brownstown                    19        17      17       17    —  70

Scottsburg                       11       15        6       10    —  42


Brownstown (3-0):

Scottsburg (2-2):

3-point goals:


Brownstown Central's pressure defense forced 25 turnovers as the Braves grabbed a road Mid-Southern Conference victory , 70-43, against the Scottsburg Warriors at Meyer Gym on Friday night.


The Braves accounted for scoring runs of 7-0, 9-0 and 11-2 to begin each of  the first three quarters and effectively put the game out of reach.  After falling behind by 17 at 28-11 with 5:09 to play in the second quarter, Scottsburg made its best run of the day outscoring the Braves 15-8 to trail 36-26 at intermission.  But Brownstown Central responded with a 17-6 third quarter and a 21-point lead heading in the final stanza to post the victory.


The Braves were led by Cody Waskom who led all scorers with 25 points.  Mitchell Meagher led the Warriors with a 17 points before fouling out.


Brownstown Central is now 3-0 overall and 2-0 in Mid-Southern Conference play.  Scottsburg falls to 2-2 overall

and in Mid-Southern Conference play.

WARRIORETTES DEFEAT MSC RIVAL SILVER CREEK 67-48

Silver Creek (3-9) at Scottsburg (7-5)


Saturday, December 10, 2016

Silver Creek                    --        --      --       --    —  48

Scottsburg                       --        --      --       --    —  67


Silver Creek (3-9):

Scottsburg (7-5):

3-point goals:

PROVIDENCE POUNDS THE WARRIORS 75-35

Providence (5-0) at Scottsburg (2-3)


Saturday, December 10, 2016

Providence                      21        20      17       17    —  75

Scottsburg                       11        7        12        5    —  35


Providence (5-0): Landon Sprigler 13, Juston Betz 12, Eli Coker 12, Sam Conrad 10, Cullen Ebert 8, Sean Morris 8, Dawson Mitchell 6, Alex Judd 2, Reece Libs 2, Trevor Heldman 2.


Scottsburg (2-3): Mitchell Meagher 14, Jimmy Neace 12, Patrick Lincoln 3, Mitchell Prince 3, Taylor Funk 3.


3-point field goals: Providence 5 (Betz 2, Ebert 2, Conrad); Scottsburg 4 (Meagher 2, Lincoln, Prince).


Junior varsity: Providence 52-47.


The Providence Pioneers used balanced scoring and a stingy defense for its wire to wire 75-35 road victory over the Scottsburg Warriors in a non-conference game at Meyer Gym on Saturday night.


Providence forced turnovers early and often jumping out to a 21-11 first quarter lead.  The Pioneers opened the second period with a 9-2 run, pushing its lead to 30-13 at the 5:00 minute mark on its way to a 20-5 quarter and a 41-18 halftime margin.   The Warriors were doubled up in the second half being outscored 34-17 by the Pioneers.


Providence forced 20 Scottsburg turnovers while allowing the Warriors to score just ten baskets in the game (six two-pointers and four-three-point field goals).  A bright spot for Scottsburg was converting on 11 of its 14 free throws.


Providence, now 5-0 on the season, had four players in double figures led by sophomore Landon Sprigler with 13 points, followed by seniors Juston Betz and Eli Coker each with 12.  Sam Conrad, a senior, also chipped in 10.


Scottsburg, now 2-3 overall and 2-2 in Mid-Southern Conference play, was led by senior forward Mitchell Meagher with 14 points and sophomore forward Jimmy Neace who contributed 12 points.


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WARRIORETTES DEFEAT MITCHELL 63 - 38 AT MEYER GYM

Mitchell (6-7) at Scottsburg (8-5)


Thursday, December 15, 2016

Mitchell             8      10     9    11—38

Scottsburg        22    15    11  15—63


Mitchell (6-7): 


Scottsburg (8-5): 


3-point field goals: 

WARRIORS LOSE TO CORYDON CENTRAL 74-52!

Scottsburg (2-4) at Corydon Central (4-2)


Friday, December 16, 2016

Scottsburg                    10          7      18     17    —  52

Corydon Central           15        12      16     31    —  74


Scottsburg (2-4):

Corydon Central (4-2):

3-point goals:

Senior Clayton Schreck had a 13-point fourth quarter on his way to a 28-point night as the Corydon Central Panthers ran away from the Scottsburg Warriors, 74-52, in a Mid-Southern Conference boys basketball game Friday night at Central Gym.


The Panthers never trailed in the game, opening to a 15-10 first quarter and then 27-17 halftime bulge taking advantage of Warrior turnovers and second chance points.  The third quarter showed improvement for visiting Scottsburg as they outscored their hosts 18-16 to pull within eight points heading in the final quarter.  The Warriors cut the lead to just five points early in the fourth quarter before the Panthers went on an 8-0 run with just under six minutes to play to retake control of the game and never looked back.  Corydon Central put together a 31-17 fourth quarter scoring barrage to win comfortably.


Besides Schreck's big scoring night, sophomore Joey Wiseman chipped in 18 points for Corydon Central.  Senior Mitchell Meagher again carried the scoring burden for Scottsburg with 20 points while sophomore Mitchell Prince had 12.  The Panthers forced 14 Warrior turnovers while committing eight for the game.    Scottsburg had seven three-point field goals in the game and remained hot as a team from the free throw line making 13-of-15 (86.7%).  Corydon Central head coach Jamie Kolkmeier won his 200th boys high school game in his 17th season as a head mentor.  Kolkmeier is now 141-102 in his 11th season with the Panthers and 200-172 overall.


Corydon Central is now 4-2 overall and 2-0 in Mid-Southern Conference play, while Scottsburg drops to 2-4 overall and 2-3 in Mid-Southern starts.


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WESTMORELAND SELECTED AS CLASS OF 2017 HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE

Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame announces 16th Women’s induction class


(New Castle) - Loaded with basketball talent and tradition, the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame proudly announces their 2017 women’s induction class, to be honored at the 16th annual Women’s Awards Banquet on Saturday, April 29, 2017.


Renee Westmoreland holds a unique spot as a Miss Basketball and state champion player from one of the state’s most storied girls basketball programs.  Playing for HOF coach Donna Cheatham at Scottsburg High School, she averaged 24.4 points, 5.8 rebounds 6.0 assists and 4.2 steals for the 1989 state champions and earning Indiana’s Miss Basketball title after playing in three state finals.  Among her school records were 1,816 career points, 441 assists and 394 steals along with single-game scoring (49), season points (658) and season steals (120).  Scoring 1,258 points at Western Kentucky University, she was a member of their 1992 NCAA National Runner-Up squad and graduated 2nd in program history in career assists, steals, minutes played, 3FG made, 3FG attempts, 3FG% and FT% and 9th in career scoring.  She resides in Boonton, New Jersey.

WARRIORS DEFEAT TIGERS IN FIRST MEETING IN 27 YEARS

Crothersville (3-7) at Scottsburg (3-4)



Utilizing a balanced scoring attack and forcing 22 turnovers, the Scottsburg Warriors defeated the Crothersville Tigers, 86-48, in the opening round of the Scott County Invitational held at Meyer Gym in Scottsburg.


The victory snapped a four game losing skid for the Warriors who led the game wire to wire by jumping out to a 26-10 first quarter lead that was expanded 50-19 (31 points) at halftime.  The Warriors substituted early and often in the game as 12 players scored, led by senior Mitchell Meagher with 19 points along with sophomores Mitchell Prince and Jimmy Neace who had double figure scoring games with 14 and 10 respectively.  The Tigers got the bulk of their scoring from two players as freshman Josh Thomas had 19 points to tie for game high.  Sophomore Lane Weinhorst had 14 points.   Crothersville did outscore Scottsburg 20-15 in the third quarter.  Scottsburg scored 71 points total in the other three quarters with 10 three point field goals and another solid free throw game making 14-of-19 from the charity stripe.


The  non-conference victory raised the Warriors record to 3-4 on the season.


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ROCK CREEK DEFEATS WARRIORS 82-71 IN SCOTT COUNTY INVITATIONAL SEMIFINALS


The Rock Creek Academy Lions exploded to a 16-5 first quarter lead and then held off the Scottsburg Warriors, 82-71 in a semifinal matchup of the Scott County Invitational at Meyer Gym.


The Lions led wire to wire in the contest and were ahead 36-27 at halftime.  The Warriors cut the lead to four points in the final quarter but would get no closer as Rock Creek pulled away in the final minutes to record the win, out scoring Scottsburg 24-13 from the free throw line for the game.


The Lions got big scoring games from junior guard Terrance Browning with 24 points and senior swing man Anthony Harris who chipped in 15.  Three other double figure scorers were all seniors as Malcom Graves and Max Vogel netted 12 points each and Daon Alexander had 11.


The Warriors had another big night out of senior forward Mitchell Meagher who led all scorers with 26 points before fouling out.  Sophomore guard Mitchell Prince had 17 points while junior guard Casey Smith contributed 11.


The victory puts Rock Creek, 5-4,  into the title game off the Scott County Invitational against Christian Academy at 8 p.m. Thursday in Meyer Gym.  The loss drops Scottsburg to 3-5 overall and into the 3rd place game against rival Austin at 6 p.m. Thursday in Meyer Gym.


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WARRIORS LOSE TO COUNTY RIVAL AUSTIN 77-61 - FINISH 4TH PLACE IN SCOTT COUNTY INVITATIONAL

Austin (3-6) at Scottsburg (3-6)


Friday, December 23, 2016

Fueled by sophomore Drew Buhr's 33-point performance, the Austin Eagles pulled away in the second half to defeat rival Scottsburg, 77-61, in the third place game of the Scott County Invitational boys high school tournament at Meyer Gym.


Burr scored 15 points in a huge fourth quarter, making six straight free throws to ice the contest, and added six three-point field goals.  Only five Eagles scored in the game as Trevor McIntosh had 17, while John Ashby and Nathan Lovell chipped in 11 and ten points respectively.


Scottsburg took a 20-12 lead after the first quarter and expanded it to 11 in the second stanza as the Warriors began a brief run.  But the Eagles rallied to have the game tied at the intermission with a 27-19 quarter.  Austin led by eight points after three quarters, 57-51, and then doubled up the Warriors 20-10 in the final period as Burr scored 15 of those points.  Austin had seven turnovers while Scottsburg committed 11.


Just five players broke into the scoring column for Scottsburg as well with sophomore guard Mitchell Prince netting a game high 23 for the Warriors.  Sophomore forward Jimmy Neace had 16 and senior forward Mitchell Meagher had 15.


The win moves Austin to 3-6 overall while the loss drops Scottsburg to a 3-6 overall record.


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WARRIORS OF WHITELAND DEFEAT SCOTTSBURG 76-49 AT MEYER GYM

Whiteland (6-1) at Scottsburg (3-7)

WARRIORETTES DEFEAT MCCUTCHEON 48-41 IN GAME 1 OF THE SOUTHWESTERN TOURNAMENT

McCutcheon (9-4) vs. Scottsburg (9-5)



Thursday, December 29, 2016

The Warriorettes defeat McCutcheon 48-41 to advance in the Southwestern (Hanover) tournament.  They will play next at 11:45 am tomorrow.  Their opponent will be determined later today.

WARRIORETTES LOSE TO COLUMBUS EAST IN RUMBLE

Scottsburg (9-6) vs. Columbus East (9-4)


SOUTH RIPLEY DEFEATS WARRIORETTES 60-35 IN RUMBLE ON THE RIVER

Scottsburg (9-7) vs. South Ripley (11-3)


WARRIORETTES BOUNCE BACK WITH 91-39 VICTORY AT NEW WASHINGTON

Scottsburg (10-7) vs. New Washington (7-10)


WARRIORETTES DEFEAT MSC FOE CLARKSVILLE LADY GENERALS 76-18

Scottsburg (11-7) at Clarksville (2-16)

WARRIORS LOSE TO THE CUBS 61-50

Scottsburg (3-8) at Madison (5-6)


Despite a game high 35-points from Mitchell Meagher, the Scottsburg Warriors boys basketball team lost a non-conference road game to the Madison Cubs, 61-50, on Friday night.


Another slow start hurt the Warriors as they trailed 14-9 after the first quarter, and then 29-16 at halftime. Meagher, the 6-5 senior forward, had 12 points after two periods and then exploded for 23 in the second half to keep Scottsburg close. But it was the balanced scoring of Madison led by Yancey Cooper's 22 points, who was joined by double figure scorers Brayden Perry 12 and Daniel Anderson with 10 points that proved to be the difference. The Warriors scoring in the game was tallied by just four players. Madison won the turnover battle in forcing 16 Warrior miscues while Scottsburg forced 10 on the Cubs.  The victory moves Madison to 5-6 overall on the season while Scottsburg fell to 3-8.

Coach Jameson’s comments:


“I was proud of how our guys continued to battle when Madison made a big run late in the second half. With the way Madison shot the ball, it could have got out of hand, but our guys had some grit and a collective will to not that happen. I thought overall our energy and effort was much better tonight. Mitchell Meagher was very good on the offensive end of the floor. He was an efficient scorer and he rebounded the ball well. I also thought Nick Sebastiao’s effort on the defensive end and on the glass really helped us tonight. Being his first varsity start, I was impressed with how he competed.


One of the statistics that stood out was our 11 turnovers in the first half. They weren’t trapping or pressing, so most of the turnovers were careless ones. Overall, our execution wasn’t good enough to win the game. We simply didn’t make enough winning plays. This team needs to continue to improve on discipline, execution, and attention to detail. At the end of the day, it comes down to executing the small details that it takes to win. We’ve made some progress in these areas, but we still much room for improvement... and I think our guys realize that and are determined to continue to get better.”

    WARRIORS DROP MSC MATCH TO NORTH HARRISON 58-44

North Harrison (6-4) at Scottsburg (3-9)


Saturday, January 7, 2016

The North Harrison Cougars used a big fourth quarter to blow open a close game with a 58-44 Mid-Southern Conference boys basketball victory at Scottsburg's Meyer Gym on Saturday night.

After trailing by nine points at halftime, Scottsburg went to work on the defensive end limiting the Cougars to just five points in the third period, and trailed by two points, 35-33, heading into the final quarter.  But North Harrison found its offense in the final stanza outscoring the Warriors 23-11 to earn a hard fought victory.  Both teams committed 12 turnovers in the game.   North Harrison also held Scottsburg to a five point 2nd quarter taking a 30-21 halftime lead after trailing 16-12 after one period.

The Cougars had three players in double figure scoring led by Jake Book with 17; Max Flock with 14; and Jake Harley who pitched in 12 points.   Scottsburg was again led by senior forward Mitchell Meagher who had a game high 26 points.   Mitchell Prince contributed nine points for the Warriors.

The victory moves North Harrison to 6-4 overall and 3-2 in MSC play.  The Cougars next play at Eastern (Pekin) on January 13 in league play.  The loss drops Scottsburg to 3-9 overall and 2-4 in MSC action.  The Warriors next host Salem in a conference game on January 13.

 

Coach Jameson’s comments:

 

This was another hard fought battle in which I walked away proud of the energy and effort in which our team played. From the JV warmup to the very end of the varsity game, I thought the building had a ton of energy and our players really fed off of that.  Our J.V. team played one of their best games of the year, giving themselves a chance to win.  They eventually fell short (47-42).  Coach Richardson’s squad has a lot of positives to build off of.

 

For the second night in a row, our defensive effort was much improved. Tonight, it put us in a position to win heading into the fourth quarter.  Not only was our effort good on that end of the floor, but we also executed at a very high level for three quarters.  Coach Christian Evans was in charge of the scout tonight and he did a great job of preparing our players on the individual tendencies of Cougar players.  Another positive tonight was our ability to take care of the ball while being pressed and trapped. We cut our turnovers down to 12—while our goal is to be in single digits, this was a big step in the right direction. Mitchell Meagher had another big night scoring and rebounding, while I thought Casey Smith was very solid as the point guard position on both ends of the floor. Mitchell Prince also had a good night—I thought he was much better defensively and he hit some big shots for us.

 

There were a few factors that prevented us from winning this one. Our offensive efficiency was not up to par. I thought the reason for this was that our ball and player movement was not very good. This allowed North Harrison’s help defenders to be in great position and to force us into a lot of contested shots early in possessions.  Also, Coach Jones did a good job of switching defenses up and we didn’t handle that very well.  With all that being said, we went into the fourth quarter down two with all of the momentum on our side.  However, our defense broke down in the last quarter and we struggled to find good shots on offense. Undoubtedly, the next step for this team will be learning to close these hard fought games out.

 

Overall, there were a ton of positives to take away from this weekend.  When a team is struggling to find wins this time of the year, it can be difficult to stay engaged and continue to fight.  But not this team. They have showed resilience and toughness in the face of adversity. I have no doubt they will continue to compete. 

 

Side note: Our second grade travel team was scheduled to play at halftime of the JV game, but went above and beyond by lining up on the baseline and cheering for the boys during warmups.  Then, they created their own cheer block, which I would put up against any cheer block in the state! They really set the tone for the night with their energy and enthusiasm.  Next up was our 3rd graders, who had an exciting scrimmage at halftime of the Varsity game. It was a very special night to see all the excitement and energy from the youth players and coaches.  Thank you to the players and to the 2nd grade coaches—Chris Garten, Travis Burton, and Scottie Luttrell, and to our 3rd grade coaches- Chris Owens and Phil Thomas. 

WARRIORETTES DEFEAT SALEM 63-49 AS WALKER IS CROWNED KING

Salem (12-8) at Scottsburg (12-7)


Thursday, January 12, 2016

SALEM DEFEATS THE WARRIORS 76-41 AS PAIGE BARRETT IS CROWNED HOMECOMING QUEEN

Salem (9-1) at Scottsburg (3-10)


Friday, January 13, 2017

The Salem Lions cruised to its eighth straight victory with an impressive 76-41 road win at Scottsburg in Mid Southern Conference boys action at Meyer Gym on Friday night.

 

The Lions, now 9-1 overall and 1-1 in MSC play, never trailed exploding to a 24-10 first quarter with a pressure defense and deadly accuracy from behind the three point line.  Salem forced Scottsburg into 14 turnovers during the game while committing just four and made nine three-point shots.  The Lions had a balanced scoring night as four players produced double figure point totals. They were led by Xavier Haendiges who had a game high 20; followed by Hunter Weedin with 14;  Seth Hobson with 13 and Jeffrey Burch who netted 11.

 

Scottsburg fell to 3-10 overall and 2-5 in MSC play with the loss.  The Warriors did play an improved second quarter, being outscored by the Lions 18-13 before the intermission, trailing 42-23.  But the second half had the Warriors going cold on offense scoring 18 total points in the second half.  Senior forward Mitchell Meagher led Scottsburg with 19 points followed by Jimmy Neace who chipped in nine.

 

Salem next plays on Jan. 20 hosting Corydon Central in MSC play.  Scottsburg hosts New Albany in a non-league game at Meyer Gym on Saturday, Jan. 14.

 

Coach Jameson’s comments:

A lot of credit goes to Salem in this one. I’ve coached against this group of seniors for four years now and they continue to impress me with their toughness and togetherness.  With that being said, I was pleased with how we answered the bell in terms of physicality and toughness. I thought we competed for 32 minutes and that was our biggest key going into the game tonight.

 

At halftime, our rebounding margin was -1 and we had 5 turnovers.  If you would have told me those two statistics before the game, I would have predicted we would have been right within striking distance. However, Salem shot the ball really well tonight.  They are such a prolific driving/posting team, that we really tried to take that away and they made us pay. Again, you have to give them credit—when we were clogging up the paint, they responded by stepping out and hitting shots. 

 

Individually, I thought Jimmy Neace had a good overall night on both ends of the floor. Jimmy battled through an ankle injury from earlier in the week and once he got into the flow of the game, he did some good things.  We asked Mitchell Meagher to do a lot of the ball handling and decision making against the press and I thought he made good decisions overall. Lastly, I was proud of seniors Taylor Funk and Isaiah Walker who are both battling illness, but still had the same competitive spirit that they bring each and every night.

A PACKED MEYER GYM WATCHES THE #2 PROSPECT IN THE CLASS OF 2018 AND HIS TEAM DEFEAT THE WARRIORS 97-40

New Albany (11-2) at Scottsburg (3-11)


Saturday, January 14, 2017


Connecting on its first five straight shots, the New Albany Bulldogs used an enormous 31 point first quarter to record a 97-40 road win over the Scottsburg Warriors in boys basketball Saturday night at Meyer Gym.


The near capacity crowd watched as Romeo Langford, a 6-5 junior swing man, took control of the game leading the Bulldogs with 35 points, 17 of them coming in the first period on the back of four three-point field goals.  New Albany led 31-10 after the first period on its way to a 49-17 halftime advantage.  Senior guard Isaac Hibbard also had 21 points for the Bulldogs who moved to 11-2 overall.  It was the Bulldogs seventh straight victory.  New Albany hosts Silver Creek on Jan. 20.


Scottsburg fell to 3-11 overall and was led in scoring by senior swingman Mitchell Meagher who had 22 points.  Mitchell Prince and Jimmy Neace each had five points.  The Warriors travel to Clarksville on Jan. 20 before returning home to host Seymour on Jan. 21.


Coach Jameson’s comments:

"While as a competitor it is difficult to stomach a near 60-point loss, I thought tonight was an important night for our team for a few reasons.  First of all, the atmosphere was unbelievable.  For many of us, including myself, this was a taste of how special The Pressure Cooker is when there’s a full house.  Secondly, playing a team of this caliber exposed our young men to the highest level of basketball in the state.  If playing against the best and falling well short doesn’t inspire you to get in the gym and work harder, then I don’t know what will. Lastly, it was a good reminder to our team that we play in a basketball crazed town.  We hope to see many of those Warrior fans back at Meyer Gym this Saturday versus Seymour.  


Romeo set the tone early, hitting some really high level jump shots.  That’s nothing out of the ordinary for him, but it’s something that is obviously very difficult to simulate in practice.  What makes New Albany so tough to guard is that it is not just the Romeo show.  They have several other really good players and Romeo is as unselfish as they come.  So if you key in on Romeo, it can turn into a layup-fest for the rest of the guys.  We tried to limit his catches and mix it up between trapping the ball out of his hands and funneling him into the help—unfortunately, neither approach was very successful.  For us, I thought Mitchell Meagher played one of his better games of the year.  He took quality shots and was an efficient scorer, while taking on a lot of the ball handling duties.  On the defensive end, Jimmy Neace guarded Langford for most of the game and I was proud of the way that he competed.   


I thought we did some good things offensively when we decided to move the ball and find the open man.  When you’re trying to compete with a team that has far superior athletes at every position, you have to be incredibly disciplined, smart, and pass the ball very well.  We know that we have a long way to go in these areas, but I am proud of the progress we’ve made and the direction that we’re heading. Ours Warriors will continue to “pound the rock” and will keep focusing on daily improvement."

WARRIORETTES DEFEAT LADY CUBS OF MADISON 73-54

Scottsburg (13-7) at Madison (4-16)


SCOTTSBURG 15 21 18 19 — 73

MADISON 8 15 13 18 — 54



SCOTTSBURG (13-7) — (f)Barrett 26, (g)Waskom 22, (g)Mays 12, (f)Horstman 5, Isley 2, Jones 2, (g)Hall 2, Davidson 2, Eldridge 0, Watson 0, Pool 0, Jennings 0, Stagnolia 0.


MADISON (4-16) — (f)Imel 18, (f)Sproles 13, Young 12, (g)B. Dyer 6, (g)Hall 2, Kiefer 2, Beasley 1, (g)Watson 0, K. Stidham 0, Rowlett 0, Reese 0, A. Stidham 0, Moore 0, J. Dyer 0.



3-Point Goals — Scottsburg 3 (Waskom 2, Barrett 1), Madison 0. Rebounds — Scottsburg 30 (Barrett 8), Madison 47 (Imel 16). Assists — Scottsburg 5 (Waskom 3), Madison 8 (Imel 3). Turnovers — Scottsburg 23, Madison 22. Total Fouls — Scottsburg 27, Madison 26. Free Throws — Scottsburg 24-35, Madison 22-33. Fouled Out — Scottsburg: Mays. Madison: Watson, Young, Sproles.

EASTERN (PEKIN) DEFEATS THE WARRIORETTES 59-39 AT MEYER GYM

Eastern (Pekin) (13-7) at Scottsburg (13-8)


Thursday, January 19, 2017

WARRIORS DEFEAT GENERALS ON THE ROAD 63-52

Scottsburg (4-11) at Clarksville (8-6)


Friday, January 20, 2017

Scottsburg     15    9  13  26—63

Clarksville      12  14  11  15—52

     

Scottsburg (4-11, 3-5 MSC): Mitchell Meagher 23, Mitchell Prince 16, Jimmy Neace 16, Nicholas Sebastio 2, Casey Smith 6.

     

Clarksville (8-6, 4-2): Christian Stewart 12, Nathan Ludwick 12, Tyler Martin 3, Charles VanWinkle 9, Ethan Cummings 11, Seth Hamilton 2, Murphy McEwen 3.

     

3-point field goals: Scottsburg 8 (Prince 4, Meagher 3, Neace 1); Clarksville 7 (VanWinkle 3, Cummings 2, Martin 1, McEwen 1).     

     

Junior varsity: Clarksville 40-34.

WARRIORETTES ARE DEFEATED BY SEYMOUR LADY OWLS 74-49

Seymour (15-6) at Warriorettes (13-9)


Saturday, January 21, 2017



WARRIORS DEFEAT SEYMOUR OWLS AS LEGENDS OF THE GAME WATCH ON

Seymour (5-9) at Warriors (5-11)


Saturday, January 21, 2017

Six straight free throws made, combined with some key defensive stops helped Scottsburg to a hard fought, 62-58, home non-conference victory over the visiting 4A Seymour Owls in boys basketball at Meyer Gym on Saturday night.


The Warriors borrowed the script from the previous night as the final minutes were eerily similar to Friday's road win over Mid-Southern Conference foe Clarksville.  The Warriors used a big fourth quarter, 22 points, making 11 of 13 free throws to hold off the Owls.  Scottsburg was 24 of 28 from the free throw line in the game.  Both senior forward Mitchell Meagher and freshman swingman Nicholas Sebastiao had seven points during the 4th quarter to help propel the Warriors to the finish.  Meagher had a game high 24 points as junior forward Casey Smith chipped in 14 and sophomore forward Jimmy Neace had seven.  Sebastiao totaled seven points for the game as well.


Scottsburg jumped out to a 18-9 lead after the opening quarter, but Seymour came back to tie the game at 30-30 heading into halftime.  Scottsburg led 40-39 after three quarters of play after leading by as many as seven points.  The fourth quarter had many momentum swings but the free throw accuracy by Scottsburg was the ultimate dagger in the game.   It helped the Warriors survive their 17 turnovers.


Seymour left some scoring at the free throw line and was nine of 18 from the charity stripe.  The Owls did nail nine (9) three point field goals to always remain within striking distance.  Senior guard Tyler Bloom led the Owls with 15 points, including four (4) three point goals, three of which came in the final quarter.  Senior forward Seth Ragon had 13 points and junior forward Dylan Wilson added 10 points.  Seymour committed 12 turnovers.


With the win Scottsburg moved its record to 5-11 overall and remained 3-5 in MSC games.  Next up for the Warriors is another 4A non-conference game with Jennings County on Jan. 27.  The loss dropped Seymour to 5-9 overall.  The Owls host Floyd Central Jan. 27 in a Hoosier Hills Conference game where they are 2-3.


Coach Jameson’s Comments:


“Wow… what a night!  The atmosphere for the Warrior/Warriorette double header was incredible.  Prior to the game, the 1,000 point scorers were recognized, as were the Shooting Club award winners.  Maybe it was all of the offensive firepower in the building that helped us get off to a hot start! It was truly an honor to be surrounded by all the former Scottsburg basketball greats.  Kudos to athletic director Jamie Lowry for organizing one heck of a night.


For the second night in a row, I was really pleased with our poise, especially down the stretch.  There was a lot of emotion in the building and our guys remained unfazed.  We continued to be smart and aggressive with the lead, and had another big 4th quarter to finish it off.  I was also very proud of the way our guys executed the game plan.  For Seymour, when Alan Perry is getting in the lane and Tyler Bloom is hitting shots, they are really tough to guard.  Our game plan was to key in on those two guys and chase the other 3 point shooters off of the line.  We did a good job on Perry most of the night, and we guarded Bloom well for 3 quarters, until he got loose in the 4th.  Overall, I thought our guys did a fantastic job of executing on the defensive end.  Offensively, we had another balanced night and played solid team basketball. We had 17 turnovers again tonight, which were going to have to drastically cut down heading into the final stretch.


Casey Smith had another big night for us.  Seymour really keyed in on Meagher, which opened things up for the rest of the team.  I thought Casey did a great job of taking advantage of this and creating opportunities on the offensive end. Meagher also did a great job of working hard for catches and finding good shots, despite seeing double teams most of the night.  Defensively, it was a complete team effort.  Our forwards, Taylor Funk, Jimmy Neace, and Nick Sebastiao did a great job getting out to shooters and rebounding the basketball.  They really anchored us tonight.


Overall, it was a great weekend for Warrior basketball.  This team is starting to realize the power of playing for each other. We still have plenty of room for improvement, but I am looking forward to building off of the momentum that our team gained this weekend.”

JEFFERSONVILLE DEFEATS WARRIORETTES 68-51 ON SENIOR NIGHT

Jeffersonville (15-7) at Scottsburg (13-10)


Tuesday, January 24, 2017

JENNINGS COUNTY TOPS THE WARRIORS 71-66

Jennings County (12-5) at Scottsburg (5-12)


Friday, January 27, 2017


The Jennings County Panthers used some timely second half defense, forcing turnovers and empty Scottsburg scoring possessions to defeat the Warriors on the road in a non-conference boys basketball game, 71-66, at Meyer Gym on Friday night.


Both teams committed 20 turnovers in the game that was a closely contested affair throughout.  The teams were tied at 20 after one quarter while Jennings County took a 39-35 advantage into the locker room at the half.  The third quarter had Scottsburg with a 13-12 advantage to cut the Panthers lead to 51-48 heading into the final stanza.  Outscoring the Warriors 20-18 in the final quarter, Jennings County was able to survive a barrage of late three point field goals to post the win.


The winners were led in scoring by 6-6 senior forward Tyler Vogel who posted a game high 26 points.  He was joined in the balanced scoring attack by senior guard Chase Ketcham with 11 points, senior guard Kenneth Jones with 10 points and senior guard Nick AmRhein with nine points.   The Panthers were an effective 15 of 22 from the free throw line and made six (6) three- point field goals.


Scottsburg was led by a pair of 19 point performances as sophomore guard Mitchell Prince and senior forward Mitchell Meagher shared team high honors.  Prince, who had five (5) three point field goals, was effective in the fourth quarter scoring 11 points including three (3) three pointers.   Meagher fouled out late in the game and was plagued with foul troubles in both halves.  Sophomore forward Jimmy Neace chipped in 11 points and junior guard Casey Smith added nine points.   The Warriors were nine of 13 from the free throw line and made nine (9) three point field goals.


Scottsburg falls to 5-12 overall with a Feb. 2 non-conference game at home with Switzerland County up next for the Warriors.  Jennings County, a 4A team from the Hoosier Hills Conference improved to 12-5 overall heading into a game Feb. 2 at powerhouse New Albany.


Coach Jameson’s Comments:

“I thought we played well enough tonight to put ourselves in a position to win heading into the 4th quarter. Unfortunately, excessive and untimely turnovers did us in (JC scored 23 points off of turnovers). After reviewing the film, I was very pleased with our effort and execution in a lot of different areas. We spent a lot time in practice this week focusing on taking away layups and threes in transition.  We limited their transition threes and didn’t give up a single run out for a layup. We defended their set plays exactly how we wanted to. Offensively, I thought we moved the ball and found good shots for the most part.  We are starting to figure out the formula for success with this team, but will need to cut down our turnovers to beat quality opponents like Jennings County.


Mitchell Prince had one of his strongest all-around floor games.  He was solid defensively, executing his responsibilities and playing with energy. Offensively, he was aggressive and efficient.  He was 5-12 (42%) from beyond the three point arc and did not have a single turnover in 30 minutes of play. I also thought Taylor Funk’s hustle was a big spark for us off the bench.


I am proud of our guys and the strides they have made as a team. A month ago we would not have been in this game. Our players and coaches truly feel like we let this one get away. Frankly, that's a step in the right direction. Our guys weren't just happy to be in the game, we believed we should have won it. This mindset will continue to benefit our team and our program as a whole.”

WARRIORETTES SECTIONAL INFORMATION


Tickets went on sale Tuesday, January 24th at the High School Athletic Department for this years Girls Basketball Sectional. All session pass is $10.00.  You can buy single session tickets for $6 at the door. The sectional site for the girls this year is Corydon Central High School. Below are the pairings/times.


  1. 30.Corydon Central (7)


G1: North Harrison vs. Silver Creek. Tues Jan 31 7:00 pm


G2: Brownstown Central vs. Scottsburg. Wed Feb 1 6:00 pm
G3: Charlestown vs. Salem. Wed Feb 1 7:30 pm


G4: Corydon Central vs. Winner of G1. Fri Feb 3 6:00 pm
G5: Winner of G2 vs. Winner of G3. Fri Feb 3 7:30 pm


Championship: Winner of G4 vs. Winner of G5. Sat 7:00 pm


Link to the bracket:

http://indianagirlsbasketball.homestead.com/f…/bracket30.htm

WARRIORETTES SEASON ENDS AS BROWNSTOWN KNOCKS OFF THE WARRIORETTES 53-46 IN SECTIONAL PLAY

Brownstown Central (15-10) vs. Scottsburg (13-11)


Wednesday, February 1, 2017

WARRIORS DOWNED BY PACERS 66-58 ON SENIOR NIGHT!

Switzerland County (10-6) at Scottsburg (5-13)






















Thursday, February 2, 2017

Switzerland County used a 14-5 fourth quarter run to earn a, 66-58, come from behind non-conference road victory at Scottsburg in a boys basketball game at Meyer Gym on Thursday night.

The visiting Pacers were led by 6-8 senior center Justin Green, who used a variety of short jumpers, lay ups and a free throw to score nine (9) of his teams 14 points during the final period.  The Warriors had led at the midway point of the quarter before eventually going into an offensive funk.  Both teams started the game hot making a combined six of their first seven shots.   The Pacers led at 27-22 after a quarter of play.  The second quarter produced efficient offenses by both squads as the Pacers took a 42-40 halftime advantage.  Scottsburg led 53-52 after three quarters of play as both defenses made adjustments.   At the 2:44 mark of the final quarter the Pacers had a 61-58 advantage and would hold the Warriors scoreless for the remainder of the game.

Green led all scorers with a game high 25 points fueled by his big fourth quarter.  He was joined by senior Hunter Hayes who chipped in 16 points on the strength of three (3) three-point field goals.  Senior Kollin Hayes also added 13 point s for the winners.

Scottsburg was paced by a trio of double figure scorers led by senior forward Mitchell Meagher who had 19 points.  He was joined by junior guard Casey Smith with 16 including four (4) three-point field goals and freshman forward Nicholas Sebastio who had 10 points and battled all game with the Switzerland County front court.

The game also represented the final time that three Scottsburg Warrior seniors would play at Meyer Gym.  Guard Isaiah Walker, along with forwards Taylor Funk and Mitchell Meagher will be missed for their contributions both on and off the court in the Scottsburg Warrior program.

The win moves Switzerland County to 10-6 overall on the season.  Next up for the Pacers is a Feb. 7 home game with 3A Lawrenceburg.  Scottsburg falls to 5-13 overall heading into Saturday's non-conference game at 4A opponent Floyd Central.

 

Coach Jameson’s comments:

 

The message we gave to our team on senior night was that regardless of the outcome, we wanted to send our seniors out playing the Warrior Way.  We were going to compete with toughness, intelligence, and skill. Even though we came up short, I believe we accomplished this goal.  While we certainly had room for improvement, Switzerland County beat us tonight… we did not beat ourselves. We have to give them a ton of credit.  They are a tough, senior dominated team that has a special combination of inside/out presence.  They are a very good team and they outplayed us tonight.

 

We have averaged just under 20 turnovers in the past 3 games.  I have joked with people that our recent practices resembled the “Hoosiers” movie practices because we have spent so much time on solid, fundamental passing and catching.  Tonight, we had just 4 turnovers (looking into whether this is a school record)!  I am so impressed with how our guys responded to this challenge.  We had our most efficient offensive game of the year, as well. Unfortunately, we had no answer for their inside game tonight. One of the key stats was their 35 rebounds to our 18.  It’s tough to win when a team doubles you up on the glass.

 

I would like to personally thank our seniors, Taylor Funk, Mitchell Meagher, and Isaiah Walker.  These are three of the most quality individuals I have ever had the pleasure of coaching.  They personify the term “student-athlete.” We will get this program back to the point where we are competing for sectional titles every year and we will look back and remember these seniors as the group that laid the foundation.

WARRIORS “RUN INTO A BUZZ SAW” AS FLOYD DEFEATS THE TRIBE 78-21

Scottsburg (5-14) at Floyd Central (14-3)


Saturday, February 4, 2017

Scoring the first 21 points of the game, the Floyd Central Highlander's posted an easy 78-21 non-conference home victory over the Scottsburg Warriors on Saturday afternoon.   The win was the 10th straight for the Highlander's.

The Highlanders, 4A members of the Hoosier Hills Conference, led 21-0 with 1:45 remaining in the first quarter when Scottsburg's Mitchell Meagher hit  a three pointer to stop the run.  Floyd Central continued to score at will expanding a 27-3 first quarter margin to a 47-11 halftime lead.  The Highlander's forced the Warriors into 17 first half turnovers and 27 total for the game.

Floyd Central had a balanced scoring attack with four players in double figures led by junior swingman Brendon Hobson and senior center Trevor Apple who tied for game high honors with 15 points respectively.   Mitchell Meagher was high point man for the Warriors with 10 points.

The victory moves Floyd Central to 14-3 overall as they prepare for a Feb. 11 home non-conference game with Evansville Harrison.  Scottsburg falls to 5-14 overall heading into its final MSC league encounter at Silver Creek on Feb. 10.

 

Coach Jameson’ comments:

 

We ran into a buzz saw today. Floyd central is a very good team with tremendous team size and length.  They are hands down the best defensive team I’ve seen this year.  Offensively, they share the ball and have a lot of different guys who can beat you.  So, a lot of credit goes to Floyd Central. Coach Sturgeon has his team playing at a really high level right now. 

 

With that being said, I was very disappointed with our lack of competitive spirit today.  We seemed to be defeated before we took the floor.  There have been very few times that I have questioned our guys’ effort and competitiveness, but today we didn’t seem to have much of either.  Our guys have a responsibility to compete with Warrior pride every time they put a Scottsburg jersey on, and we did not today. We will get back to work this week and we will be ready to compete Friday night at Silver Creek.

SILVER CREEK DEFEATS THE WARRIORS 57-33

Scottsburg (5-14) at Silver Creek (10-8)


Friday, February 10, 2017

Scottsburg       11    4  13    5—33

Silver Creek     23  14    9  11—57


Scottsburg (5-15, 3-6 MSC): Mitchell Prince 5, Mitchell Meagher 2, Casey Smith 8, Jimmy Neace 16, Brantley Deaton 2.

     

Silver Creek (11-8, 4-3): Cameron Stephens 7, Zane Gross 24, Josh Landers 5, Bryson Barnicott 6, Sammy Barnett 6, Jack Hawkins 9.

     

3-point field goals: Scottsburg 4 (Neace 3, Prince); Silver Creek 9 (Gross 5, Barnett 2, Hawkins 2).

     

Junior varsity: Silver Creek 54-39.


Guard Zane Gross scored 18 of his game high 22 points in the first quarter to guide the Silver Creek Dragons to a home, 57-33, Mid-Southern Conference victory in a boys basketball game on Friday night.

Gross led the Dragons to a 23-11 first quarter advantage as the sharp shooting sophomore connected on four 3-point field goals.  Silver Creek then used a solid defense to clamp down on Scottsburg in the second quarter allowing the visitors just four points.  The Dragons had a comfortable 37-15 halftime lead.  The second half showed Scottsburg defending much better and the Warriors out scored the Dragons 13-9 in the third quarter.  All told Silver Creek won the turnover battle forcing 11 Scottsburg miscues while the Warriors turned the Dragons over seven times

Besides the stellar night by Gross, the Dragons had balanced scoring and got nine points from sophomore forward Jack Hawkins.  Scottsburg was led on the offensive end by sophomore forward Jimmy Neace who had 16 points on the strength of three, 3-point field goals.  He scored nine points in the first quarter.  Junior guard Casey Smith chipped in eight points for the Warriors.

The win moves Silver Creek to 11-8 overall and 4-3 in MSC games heading into a Feb. 14 home league affair with Austin.  Scottsburg fell to 5-15 with the loss dropping its final MSC game of the season to post a 3-6 MSC slate.  Next up for the Warriors is. Feb. 14 contest at Paoli.


Coach Jameson's comments:

 

I thought for 3 quarters we really defended at a high level tonight. Unfortunately, it took us a quarter to find Gross and run him off the 3-point line.  On the other end of the floor, we never got it going.  We’ve struggled the last few games offensively.  You certainly have to give our opponents credit, because we’ve played a couple really good defensive teams in Floyd Central and Silver Creek.  Both teams did some different things to try and take Meagher away, and it gave us problems. For us, it all comes back to our ball movement and level of activity on the offensive end.  When the ball sticks and players are not moving and setting screens, we are pretty easy to guard.  Our best offensive games have been a result of good ball movement, playing together, and taking advantage of mismatches.  We need to get back to this style of play to end the regular season with success and be ready to go in the sectional.

 

Individually, I thought Jimmy Neace did a nice job of stepping up and being aggressive offensively.  They were helping off of him and he took advantage of it, knocking down open shots and getting to the foul line. Casey Smith had a nice overall floor game, as well. Not only was he efficient from the field, but he also played about 30 minutes and did not have a single turnover. 

RAMS DEFEAT THE WARRIORS 73-63

Scottsburg (5-16) at Paoli (13-7)


Tuesday, February 14, 2017


The host Paoli Rams used a big second half to defeat the Scottsburg Warriors, 73-63, in a boys non-conference game Tuesday night.

Paoli, a 2A member of the Patoka Lake Conference, jumped out to a 10-2 start and led 18-15 after the first quarter.  Scottsburg battled back from the slow start to take a 31-30 halftime lead on the shoulders of Mitchell Meagher who scored 17 points.  The third quarter had the Warriors falling behind by as many as 12 points because of Paoli's defensive pressure.  However, Scottsburg battled back to within five points of the lead heading into the fourth quarter, 49-44.  But Scottsburg could draw no closer as the final stanza showed Paoli maintaining its lead then expanding it with a 24-19 final quarter for the victory.

The Rams balanced attack was led by Dietrich Sears who had 19 points.  He was joined by double figure scorers Dawson Easterday with 18, Jordan Clark with 14 and Ashton Minton with 12 points.   The Warriors were led by Mitchell Meagher who had a game high 23 points after his 17 point first half start.  He was joined by Mitchell Prince with 13 points and Casey Smith with 11.

Paoli moved to 13-7 overall and plays a Patoka Lake Conference game Feb. 17 at Perry Central.   Scottsburg falls to 5-16 overall with its next game at 2A foe Southwestern (Hanover).

 

Coach Jameson’s comments:

After watching the film, I am a disappointed and encouraged at the same time.  I am encouraged because we did so many positive things last night that put us in a position to win.  We shared the ball, took great shots, defended well, and several guys played well.  The tremendous individual growth that our players have shown this season is also very encouraging.  Casey Smith is playing like a true point guard.  Mitchell Meagher was back to being himself last night, dominating the game in the paint and stepping out and knocking down open shots. Mitchell Prince hit some big shots.  Jimmy Neace, Taylor Funk, and Nick Sebastiao are really starring in their roles.  I am extremely encouraged by the progress of our team.

 

My disappointment comes from the fact that this is the sixth or seventh game that we have allowed one facet of the game to take away our chance to win.  We allowed 20 offensive rebounds tonight. You simply don’t win ball games giving your opponent 20 second chances.  They wanted it more on the glass and we did a poor job of blocking out and pursuing rebounds with all of our might.  Give credit to Paoli, because they have a nastiness about them when it comes to going after the ball.  They out competed us in an area that requires toughness and determination.  That is a tough pill to swallow, but I am confident that we will play with much more grit this Saturday at Southwestern. 

WARRIORS LOSE TO REBELS 70-60 DESPITE RECORD TYING PERFORMANCE FROM MITCHELL PRINCE

Scottsburg (5-17) at Southwestern (Hanover) (11-9)


Saturday, February 18, 2017

WARRIORS LOSE SEASON FINALE AT MITHCELL IN TIGHT BATTLE 60-55

Scottsburg (5-18) at Mitchell (9-12)


Friday, February 24, 2017

SCOTTSBURG WARRIORS (55)

                                           FG          FT         R         F        TP

10 Mitchell Meagher, f        7-21        3-4        10        4        10

20 Jimmy Neace, f              2-3          5-8         4         4        10

42 Nicholas Sebastiao, f     6-7          2-3        14        4        14

11 Casey Smith, g               0-3         2-2         2         0          2

2 Mitchell Prince, g              3-10       0-0         1         0          8

13 Carter Bowles                 0-0         0-0         0         0         0

5 Taylor Funk                       1-2         0-0        1          1         2

Totals                                 19-46     12-17      32       13       55


MITCHELL BLUEJACKETS (60)

                                          FG          FT         R         F        TP

42 Xavier Barrett, f             7-13        5-8        8          1        19

32 A. J. Pazzmore, c          1-2          0-0        2          4         2

33 Daulton Blackwell, g      11-20      0-1        5          0        27

14 Cade Pritchett, g            1-3         1-2        1          1          3

12 Cam Blackwell, g           1-4          0-0        1         4          2

24 Erick Fleenor                 1-5          0-0        0          2         3

23 Matthew Jenkins            0-1          0-0        0         1         0

22 Jarrett Phillips                2-2          0-0        3         1         4

Totals                                24-50       6-11      27        14      60


Scottsburg......................9    12    14    20  --- 55

Mitchell..........................11    6     22    21  --- 60


Turnovers --- Scottsburg 21, Mitchell 16


3-Point Goals --- Scottsburg 5-19 (Meagher 2-10, Prince 2-5, Neach 1-2, Smith 0-1); Mitchell 6-19 (D. Blackwell 5-10, Fleenor 1-4, C. Blackwell 0-3, Pritchett 0-1, Jenkins 0-1).


Field Goal Percentage --- Scottsburg 19-46 (.413); Mitchell 24-50 (.480)


Free Throw Percentage --- Scottsburg 12-17 (.706); Mitchell 6-11 (.545)

Members of the 1,000 Point Club were honored between games on Saturday, January 21st.


Front Row (L to R) Johnney Coomer, James Colwell, Bryan Roberts, Katie Wampler, Paige Barrett, Sheryl Bonsett

Middle Row (L to R) Phil Comer (for Jared Comer), Etson Hougland (for Hub Hougland), Patty Hutchinson Clancy, Melinda Sparkman, Rhonda Smith, Pam Jones, Cindy Piet Cruz

Back Row (L to R) Coach Jim Barley, Bret Johnson, Elmer Smith, BJ Watts, Bill James, David Amick, Bobby Coomer, Cara Gullions, Coach Donna Cheatham


*Present but unable to be in the photo was Christian Evans.  Also unable to attend was Renee Westmoreland, Roxanne Norton Cox and Tim Hutchinson.

WARRIORS SEASON COMES TO AN END AS THEY COME UP SHORT TO SALEM 68-61

*MITCHELL PRINCE SETS SCHOOL RECORD WITH 9 3-POINTERS IN THE LOSS

Scottsburg (5-19) at Salem (21-2)



Salem 68, Scottsburg 61


Lions (21-2): Hunter Weedin 16p, 4r; London Suvak 13p; Xavier Haendiges 10p, 3a; Jeffrey Burch 9p, 2r; Jaelen Nice 8p; Derek Cornett 7p, 4r; Seth Hobson 5p, 3r


Warriors (5-19): Mitchell Meagher 9p, 9r, 5a; Mitchell Prince 27p; Jimmy Neace 10p; Nicholas Sebastio 10p, 3r; Casey Smith 3p, 3a; Taylor Funk 2p

TS2 Shooting Clinic


The TS2 Shooting Clinic will take place on September 11th (6-8 pm), September 16th (3-5 pm), September 18th (6-8 pm) and September 23rd (3-5 pm) at Charles E. Meyer Gymnasium.  You can register at http://www.scottsburgcamps.com/boys-basketball.cfm and the cost is $75 per individual.  Open to both boys and girls.

2017 Scottsburg Boys Basketball Golf Outing



The Scottsburg Warrior Basketball Golf Outing is coming up on Sunday, September 24, 2017.  See the files below if you are interested in playing or sponsoring a hole.



SCOTTSBURG BOYS BASKETBALL GOLF OUTING REGISTRATION 2017.pdf


2017 SCOTTSBURG BASKETBALL SPONSOR REQUEST.pdf

2017 Scottsburg Boys Basketball Elementary Application


Please download the file below if your child is interested in participating in youth basketball this Winter.


Scottsburg youth basketball_registration_form_winter_2017.pdf

2017-18 SCOTTSBURG WARRIORETTES BASKETBALL SCHEDULE



Oct. 28        Trinity Lutheran (Scrimmage)              7:00 pm

Nov. 4          Warriorettes Give Back                     6:00 pm

Nov. 10        Jennings County {4A}                        6:00 pm

Nov. 14        at South Central (Elizabeth) {1A}       6:00 pm

Nov. 16        Floyd Central {4A}                            6:00 pm

Nov. 18        North Harrison {4A}‡                        6:00 pm

Nov. 21        at Austin {2A}‡                                6:00 pm

Nov. 24        Brownstown Central {3A}‡                6:00 pm

Nov. 27        Christian Academy {1A}                    6:00 pm

Nov. 30        Corydon Central {3A}‡                    6:00 pm

Dec. 2        at Charlestown {3A}‡                          6:00 pm

Dec. 5        at Shawe Memorial {1A}                    6:00 pm

Dec. 7        at New Albany {4A}                            6:00 pm

Dec. 9        at Silver Creek {3A}‡                        12:00 pm

Dec. 14        at Mitchell {2A}                                6:00 pm

Dec. 29        Southwestern Tournament                10:00 am

Dec. 30        Southwestern Tournament                 TBD

Jan. 2        New Washington {1A}                        6:00 pm

Jan. 4        Clarksville {2A}‡                                6:00 pm

Jan. 8        Seymour (JV Double Header)              6:00 pm

Jan. 11        at Salem {3A}‡                                6:00 pm

Jan. 16        Madison {3A}                                    6:00 pm

Jan. 18        at Eastern (Pekin) {2A}‡                    6:00 pm

Jan. 20        at Seymour (Varsity DH) {4A}            7:30 pm

Jan. 23        at Jeffersonville {4A}                        6:00 pm

 

MID-SOUTHERN CONFERENCE GAME



Times listed are JV start times.

‡MID-SOUTHERN CONFERENCE GAME

2017-18 SCOTTSBURG WARRIORS BASKETBALL SCHEDULE


Nov. 11                    Meyer Madness                            6:00 pm

Nov. 16                at Henryville (Scrimmage)                  6:00 pm

Nov. 22                    Austin {2A}‡                                6:00 pm

Nov. 28                    Eastern (Pekin) {2A}‡                 6:00 pm

Dec. 1                    at Charlestown {3A}‡                    6:00 pm

Dec. 8                    at Brownstown Central {3A}‡        6:00 pm

Dec. 9                    at Providence {2A}                        6:00 pm

Dec. 15                    Corydon Central {3A}‡                6:00 pm

Dec. 22                    Scott County Invitational             10:00 am

Dec. 23                    Scott County Invitational              TBD         

Jan. 5                       Madison {3A}                              6:00 pm

Jan. 6                     at North Harrison {3A}‡                6:00 pm

Jan. 8                       Seymour (JV) {4A}                             7:30 pm - JV DH

Jan. 12                   at Salem {3A}‡                             6:00 pm

Jan. 13                   at New Albany {4A}                      6:00 pm

Jan. 19                    Clarksville {2A}‡                          6:00 pm

Jan. 20                   at Seymour (V) {4A}                           7:30 pm - VARSITY DH

Jan. 26                   at Jennings County {4A}               6:00 pm

Feb. 1                    at Switzerland County {2A}           6:00 pm

Feb. 3                    at West Washington {1A}             11:00 am

Feb. 9                    Silver Creek {3A}‡                        6:00 pm

Feb. 13                  Paoli {2A}                                     6:00 pm

Feb. 17                  Southwestern (Hanover) {2A}      6:00 pm

Feb. 20                 at Borden {1A}                                6:00 pm

Feb. 23                  Mitchell {2A}                                  6:00 pm

 

MID-SOUTHERN CONFERENCE GAME


JV Start time is 6:00 pm unless noted otherwise.

LADY PANTHERS RACE PAST WARRIORETTES IN THE SECOND HALF AS THEY HAND SCOTTSBURG A 67-53 DEFEAT

Jennings County (1-1) at Scottsburg (0-1)


Friday, November 10, 2017

Warriorette Scoring:


Jennings Co. Scoring:


JV Score: Scottsburg 36 - Jennings County 28

SOUTH CENTRAL PREVAILS IN OVERTIME 55-52

Scottsburg (0-2) at South Central (Elizabeth) (3-1)


Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Warriorette Scoring:


South Central Scoring:


JV Score: Scottsburg 45 - South Central 19

WARRIORETTES DEFEAT FLOYD CENTRAL 55-42 TO MOVE TO PICK UP FIRST WIN OF SEASON

Floyd Central (1-3) at Scottsburg (1-2)


WARRIORETTE SCORING:


FLOYD CENTRAL SCORING:


JV SCORE: Scottsburg 38 - Floyd Central 29

NORTH HARRISON OVER  POWERS WARRIORETTES IN MSC BATTLE 57-24

North Harrison (4-0) at Scottsburg (1-3)


WARRIORETTE SCORING:


NORTH HARRISON SCORING:


JV SCORE: Scottsburg 38 - North Harrison 32

WARRIORETTES FIGHT BACK FROM SECOND HALF DEFICIT TO DEFEAT COUNTY RIVAL AUSTIN 44-42

Scottsburg (2-3) at Austin (3-4)


Tuesday, November 21, 2017

WARRIORETTE SCORING:


AUSTIN SCORING:


JV SCORE: Scottsburg (5-0) 44 - Austin 29

WARRIORS FALL TO COUNTY RIVAL AUSTIN 61- 78 IN FRONT OF PACKED MEYER CROWD

Austin (1-0) at Scottsburg (0-1)


A big second half ignited the visiting Austin Eagles to a hard fought 78-61 victory against the rival Scottsburg Warriors in the non-conference season opener for both teams in historic Meyer Gym.


The Eagles held a seven point advantage heading in the final quarter and outscored the Warriors 28-18 to open up the tightly contested affair.  Austin was led by Drew Buhr who netted a game high 22 points including nine-of-10 free throws.  John Ashby and Josh Hollis each pitched in 17 points for the Eagles while Andy Barnett had 10.


Scottsburg was led by Treyton Owens with 19 points.  He was joined in double figure scoring as Casey Smith had 12 and Mitchell Prince with 11 points respectively.


Scottsburg trailed 27-23 at halftime, fighting off foul trouble.  But it was Austins 51 point second half that decided this edition of the hotly contested rivalry.


Arnie Sgalio


Coach’s Comments:

For three and a half quarters, we put ourselves in a position to win this basketball game.  Unfortunately, Austin made more plays down the stretch. Offensively, I was very pleased with how we attacked their zone, especially considering our foul trouble. Defensively, I thought we did a lot of really good things and came up with some big stops for three and a half quarters. In the first half, we did a good job to limiting them to one contested shot and not allowing easy points in the paint.  The 78 points allowed was not indicative of how we played defensively for the majority of the game, but rather a result of poor execution once we extended our defense and tried to pressure and trap late in the game. We gave up 26 points in the last five minutes of the game, many of them easy layups. We clearly need to spend more time on this area of the game, and have a better plan of attack when we have to extend our defense.

 

There was a sequence of pivotal possessions with five minutes left in the game and Austin leading 52-48that stands out in my mind.  We had an opportunity to jump on a loose ball and didn’t take it.  We followed that up with a few missed defensive assignments and Hollin ends up hitting a corner three. We then came up empty on offense, immediately followed by a Buhr three pointer in transition. Just like that, the lead went from four to 10, forcing us to come out of our zone and extend our defense.  This was a good learning experience for our players to see just how important every possession, every loose ball, and every defensive assignment is to winning basketball games.

 

From an individual standpoint, a few players stood out in my mind.  Freshman Treyton Owens really came to play in his first game in a Scottsburg Warrior uniform.  He was aggressive getting into the paint, finishing plays, and getting to the free throw line (15 FT attempts). Not only did he have 19 points, but he added five rebounds and three assists to the stat sheet. Sophomore Brantley Deaton was also impressive in his first game receiving significant varsity minutes.  He gave us a ton of energy and effort and also came up with nine boards. Sophomore Nick Sebastiao also starred in his role with nine points and seven rebounds, and was a difference maker on the defensive end.


Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Warrior Scoring:


Austin Scoring:


JV Score: Austin 65 - Scottsburg (0-1) 54, 2OT

BROWNSTOWN DEFEATS THE WARRIORETTES AT MEYER GYM 47-38

Brownstown Central (6-2) at Scottsburg (2-4)


Warriorette Scoring:


Brownstown Central Scoring:


JV Score: Brownstown Central 38 - Scottsburg (5-1) 27

WARRIORETTES DEFEAT CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 52-40

Christian Academy (2-5) at Scottsburg (3-4)


Monday, November 27, 2017

Warriorette Scoring:


Christian Academy Scoring:


JV Score: Madison 23 - Scottsburg (6-1) 44

SHORTHANDED WARRIORS FALL TO MSC FOE EASTERN (PEKIN) 64- 45

Eastern (Pekin) (1-1) at Scottsburg (0-2)


Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Warrior Scoring:


Eastern (Pekin) Scoring:


JV Score: Scottsburg 42- Eastern (Pekin) 32


Game Recap:

The Eastern Pekin Musketeers used a big scoring second half and strong rebounding performance to defeat the Scottsburg Warriors, 64-45 in a Mid-Southern Conference game Tuesday night at historic Meyer Gym.

 

The teams battled to a 25-25 tie at halftime as Scottsburg rallied from a nine point deficit highlighted by junior guard Patrick Lincoln's half court three pointer at the buzzer.   But whatever momentum the Warriors may have taken into the intermission was reversed quickly in the third quarter by the visiting Musketeers.

 

Eastern Pekin jumped out to a nine point lead with 3:20 left in the quarter and maintained that margin with a 42-33 advantage heading into the final stanza.

 

The fourth quarter started with a three-point field goal by the Musketeers as they expanded their lead to 14 points with 6:19 to play and then by 21 late in the game.  Eastern Pekin outscored the host Warriors 39-20 in the second half and limited Scottsburg to four rebounds.

 

The Musketeers had balanced scoring led by senior forward Mason Moore with 15 points.  He was joined in double figuring scoring by junior guard Matt Coats with 11 and senior forward Connor Marshall with 12 points respectively.

 

Scottsburg was led in scoring by junior guard Mitchell Prince with 12 points, freshman guard Treyton Owens with 10 points and sophomore swingman Brantley Deaton with eight points.

 

Scottsburg falls to 0-2 on the season and 0-2 in MSC play.  The Warriors next game is another MSC affair at Charlestown on Friday, Dec. 1.  Eastern Pekin is now 1-1 overall and 1-0 in MSC play.  The Musketeers play Western Washington on Friday, Dec. 1.

 

Coach’s Comments:

This was an ugly game that eventually favored the team that was tougher and more aggressive.  In the first half, both teams struggled to find an offensive rhythm. Credit Eastern for keeping our offense off balance by giving us many different defensive looks.  I thought our guys did a good job of executing defensively in the first half, as well. We forced them into seven turnovers, while we committed just two. I also thought we missed an opportunity to establish a lead in the first half as a result of missing many layups.  If we convert those shots we go into the halftime with a 10 point lead.

 

The second half was an entirely different story.  Eastern physically dominated us and I was not pleased with the response from our team.  We played the entire half only getting four total rebounds.  Not to mention, we gave up over 20 points in the paint in the second half alone.  I was disappointed in our lack of physicality and our response to their physicality.  

 


The team’s lack of toughness is on me and it will not be accepted.  At this stage in our process, we may lose some games because of lack of execution.  However, getting out competed will not be an option in our program.  We are going to work on fixing this and I fully expect to see a much tougher, more competitive team on the court this Friday against Charlestown.  

WARRIORETTES DEFEAT MSC FOE CORYDON CENTRAL 44-32

Corydon Central (6-4) at Scottsburg (4-4)


Thursday, November 30, 2017

Warriorette Scoring:


Corydon Scoring:



JV Score: Scottsburg 44 - Corydon Central 38

WARRIORS BATTLE HARD BUT COME UP SHORT AT CHARLESTOWN 46-42

Scottsburg (0-3) at Charlestown (2-2)


Friday, December 1, 2017

WARRIOR SCORING:


CHARLESTOWN SCORING:


JV SCORE: Scottsburg 47, Charlestown 45


Game Recap:

In a low scoring defensive battle, the host Charlestown Pirates scored seven straight points with under two minutes to play to post a 46-42 Mid-Southern Conference win Friday night against the visiting Scottsburg Warriors.

 

Leading by as many as five points midway thru the final quarter, Scottsburg held a 40-39 lead wth 1:55 to play, but Charlestown used a combination of solid defense and deadly free throw shooting to score the next seven points and put the game away.  The Warriors final points in the last 115 seconds came at the buzzer.

 

Charlestown was led by junior guard Courtland Black who had a game high 18 points including seven-of-seven from the free throw line.  The Pirates were clutch from the charity stripe hitting 19-of-23 attempts as a team, including eight-of-10 in the final quarter.  Sophomore forward Bo Braunecker chipped in 12 points for the winners.

 

For Scottsburg freshman guard Treyton Owens led the Warriors with 12 points, while senior forward Bradley Whitler added eight and sophomore swingman Nick Sabastio had six points.

 

Charlestown led 12-9 after the first quarter and Scottsburg held a 21-20 halftime edge.  The Pirates took a 30-29 lead into the fourth quarter before the Warriors went on a 5-0 run to pull ahead early in the fourth quarter before the Pirates end of game surge.

 

Scottsburg committed 19 turnovers compared to 15 by Charlestown.   The Warriors got to the free throw line just eight times, making four.

 

The victory moves Charlestown to 2-2 overall and 1-1 in MSC playing with their next game on Dec. 5 at Henryville in a non-league affair.  The loss moves Scottsburg to 0-3 overall and 0-3 in MSC games.  The Warriors play another MSC contest at Brownstown Central on Dec. 8. 

 

Coach’s Comments:

Our guys answered the bell tonight in terms of playing tough and with a sense of urgency.  That was as gritty and scrappy of a team as I have seen since my arrival in Scottsburg.  We had all five guys blocking out and pursuing rebounds with great effort. Our guys were the first to the floor when there was a loose ball and we were the more physical team from start to finish.  I also thought our defensive execution, minus a few missed assignments, was much improved. 

 

Offensively, we did some nice things, but we cannot turn it over 19 times and expect to win.  Charlestown was not pressing or trapping, so the vast majority of our turnovers were a result of careless basketball. When we took care of the basketball and played inside/out, either off smart penetration or throwing it into our post guys, we were very efficient. I also would like to see us be more aggressive pursuing offensive rebounds. I think we have some guys that could really get the team some extra possessions by crashing the offensive glass with greater effort.

 

With our 19 turnovers and some missed defensive assignments, we still put ourselves in a position to win.  Unfortunately, we made way too many mistakes down the stretch in order to come out with a victory.  This is on me.  I need to do a better job of preparing our players and spending more time in practice on end of game situations. We will get this fixed and I fully expect a smarter team down the stretch in our next one.

 

From an individual standpoint, Mitchell Prince (4 steals, 11 deflections) led us in defense, toughness, and energy from the get go. After the Eastern game I challenged him to compete harder on the defensive end.  While I expected him to accept the challenge, I did not expect him to come out and be our best defensive player all night.  If he keeps that up we’ll have an opportunity to win games this year. I also thought Casey Smith had an excellent all-around game—competing defensively and executing on offense.  Last but not least, Brantley Deaton and Bradley Whitler were both really good offensively in the post.  When they had 1 on 1 opportunities they were patient and scored the ball and when the defense collapsed they found the open man.

WARRIORETTES REBOUND WITH 84-60 VICTORY OVER SHAWE MEMORIAL

Scottsburg (5-5) at Shawe Memorial (4-6)


Saturday, December 2, 2017

Warriorette Scoring:


Shawe Memorial Scoring:


JV Score: NO JV GAME

WARRIORETTES DROP ROAD GAME AT MSC FOE CHARLESTOWN 58-48

Scottsburg (4-5) at Charlestown (6-2)


Saturday, December 2, 2017

Warriorette Scoring:


Charlestown Scoring:


JV Score: Charlestown 45 - Scottsburg 40

NEW ALBANY LADY BULLDOGS HAND WARRIORETTES 68-41 LOSS

Scottsburg (5-6) at New Albany (6-3)



Warriorette Scoring:


New Albany Scoring:


JV Score: Scottsburg 34 - New Albany 33

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WARRIORS FALL TO MSC FOE BROWNSTOWN CENTRAL 39- 55

Scottsburg (0-4) at Brownstown Central (3-0)


Friday, December 8, 2017


The Brownstown Central Braves opened the game on a 9-2 run and never trailed posting a 55-39 victory over the visiting Scottsburg Warriors in a Mid-Southern Conference boys high school basketball contest on Friday night.


The Braves led 15-6 after the first quarter and by a 26-18 count at halftime as Scottsburg battled to stay in the game.   The Warriors cut the Brownstown lead to 29-22 early in the third quarter before the Braves went on an 11-1 run to increase their margin to 17 points.  The Braves outscored the Warriors 20-6 in the third period to take a 46-24 advantage heading into the final quarter.   The Braves expanded the margin to 23 points at 53-30 midway in the final stanza.


Brownstown used its pressure defense to force 19 Scottsburg turnovers while the Warriors turned the Braves over nine (9) times.


Brownstown was led by Cam Luedeman with a game high 21 points with three, three-point field goals.  Michael Boshears added nine (9) points while Braden Neal tallied eight (8).


Scottsburg was led by sophomore swingman Nick Sabastiao who scored 12 points and was eight-of-nine from the free throw line.  Treyton Owens added nine (9) points and Mitchell Prince pitched by in seven (7).


The victory for the No. 6 ranked 3A team in the state improved the Braves to 3-0 overall and 2-0 in MSC play.  Next game for Brownstown is at South Ripley on Saturday (Dec. 9).  The loss moved Scottsburg to 0-4 overall and 0-4 in the MSC.  The Warriors play a non-conference game on Saturday (Dec. 9) at Providence.


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Warrior Scoring:


Brownstown Scoring:


JV Score: Brownstown Central 43 - Scottsburg 38

WARRIORETTES LOSE ON THE ROAD THIS AFTERNOON TO LADY DRAGONS 35- 52

Scottsburg (5-6) at Silver Creek (4-7)


Saturday, December 9, 2017

Warriorette Scoring:


New Albany Scoring:


JV Score: Scottsburg 39 - Silver Creek 23

PIONEERS DEFEAT THE WARRIORS 62- 40

Scottsburg (0-5) at Providence (1-2)


Saturday, December 9, 2017


Jumping out to a 12-2 lead to open the game, the Providence Pioneers never trailed in posting a 62-40 victory over the visiting Scottsburg Warriors Saturday night in boys basketball.


Providence led by 18 points at halftime, 33-15, and the game margin ranged between 15 and 22 points in the second half.  Scottsburg did improve on offense in the second half playing hard as Providence outscored the Warriors 29-25.  Turnovers again plagued Scottsburg as they committed 19 compared to 11 for Providence.


The Pioneers has three scorers in double figures led by Cullen Ebert with 19 along with Blake Murphy with 12 points and ???? Libs with 10.  Scottsburg had just five scorers in the game led by Treyton Owens with 15 points, 11 in the second half.  Mitchell Prince had 13 points, on three, 3-point field goals, and Nick Sebastiao chipped in eight before fouling out.


The victory raises Providence record to 1-2 overall with a Dec. 15 game with Floyd Central next for the Pioneers.  Scottsburg drops to 0-5 on the season and remains 0-4 in MSC play.  The Warriors host Corydon Central in an MSC game at Meyer Gym on Dec.15.


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Warrior Scoring:


Providence Scoring:


JV Scoring: Scottsburg 48 - Providence 44

Cara (Gullion) Alfele is considered one of the best all-around players at one of Indiana’s powerhouse girls basketball programs before a career at one of the national powers of women’s college basketball.  A four-year player for HOF coach Donna Cheatham at Scottsburg, she averaged 13.1 points and 7.4 rebounds as a sophomore for the Warriorettes’ 24-3 state runner-up team, averaged 18.2 points and 7.3 rebounds as a junior on their 20-3 squad and led them to an undefeated regular season and 27-1 record as a senior, averaging 17.5 points, 8.4 rebounds and 5.4 assists for a team ranked #1 in Indiana and #14 in the nation. Upon her graduation, she ranked #1 in Scottsburg girls career points (1,460), 2nd in rebounds (721), and 3rd in assists (305).  A four-year player at Louisiana Tech University, she was a member of two NCAA Final Four teams, four NCAA Tournament appearances on teams that held a 102-27 overall record in her career.  She resides in Fountain Hills, Arizona.

CARA (GULLION) ALFELE SELECTED TO INDIANA BASKETBALL HALL OF FAME

WARRIORETTES DEFEAT MITCHELL LADY BLUEJACKETS 73-61

Scottsburg (6-7) at Mitchell (8-6)


Thursday, December 14, 2017

WARRIORETTE SCORING: Clancy 17, Horstman 16, Mays 16, Zellers 16, Jennings 8


MITCHELL SCORING: Robbins 28, Terrell 12, Hudson 10, Workman 6, Shalf 5


JV SCORE: Mitchell 40 - Scottsburg 37

WARRIORS DEFEAT MSC FOE CORYDON CENTRAL 50-45

Corydon Central (0-6) at Scottsburg (1-5)



Friday, December 15, 2017

The Scottsburg Warriors dominated the defensive and offensive glass in posting a hard fought 50-45 win over Mid-Southern Conference member Corydon Central in a boys high school basketball game Friday night at historic Meyer Gymnasium.


The victory was the first of the season for Scottsburg snapping a five game losing skid.  The loss was the Panthers sixth straight.


The teams were deadlocked at 21-21 at the half.   The third quarter was dominated by the Warriors as they outscored the Panthers by a 16-6 count to take 10-point lead at 37-27 heading into the final quarter.  


But Corydon Central turned up the defensive pressure to start the final period going on a 7-2 run to pull within five points at 39-34 with 5:21 to play.  Late game free throw shooting hurt the Warriors as they missed in key bonus situations while the Panthers hit a couple of timely three pointers to pull within 46-45 with 45-seconds to play.  With Corydon Central looking to take the lead Warrior sophomore forward Brantley Deaton blocked a shot at the basket as junior guard Mitchell Prince got the loose ball and was fouled.  He then proceeded to make both of his free throws to give Scottsburg a 48-45 advantage with 35 seconds to play.  On the Panthers next possession Warrior sophomore guard Andrew Slaton came up with a steal which resulted in a streaking layup by sophomore swingman Nicholas Sebastiao for the final points of the game.


Scottsburg had a decisive rebounding edge in the game with 31-14 advantage including a 10-1 margin on the offensive glass.  The Warriors committed 16 turnovers compared to 12 for Corydon Central.  Scottsburg survived a seven-for-13 night at the free throw line.


Scottsburg's Prince led all scorers with 22 points including four, three-point field goals, 14 second half points and four-of-four free throws down the stretch.  He was joined in double figure scoring by Sebastiao who recorded 16 points and a game high 12 rebounds.  


The victory moves Scottsburg to 1-5 overall and 1-4 in MSC play.  The Warriors next compete in the Scott County Invitational on Dec. 22-23.  The loss drops Corydon Central to 0-6 overall and 0-2 in MSC games.  The Panthers play next at the Perry Spencer Tournament Dec. 22-23.


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JV SCORE: Scottsburg 39 - Corydon Central 38

WARRIORS TAKE 3RD PLACE AS SEBASTIAO HITS GAME WINNER TO DOWN ORLEANS 46-44


WARRIORS DEFEAT SOUTH CENTRAL 53- 48 IN OVERTIME BUT FALL TO CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 42- 55... WILL FACE ORLEANS IN 3RD PLACE GAME TONIGHT AT AUSTIN HIGH SCHOOL AT 6 PM


Orleans (4-6) vs. Scottsburg (3-6)


Sophomore swingman Nick Sebastiao banked in a 15 foot jumper at the buzzer to lift the Scottsburg Warriors to a 46-44 victory over the Orleans Bulldogs in the third place game of the Scott County Invitational at Rigel Gym in Austin on Saturday night.


This was the first meeting between these teams since 1935, some 82 seasons.  The last game played between these squads prior was back on November 22, 1935, a 21-19 Warrior win.  Scottsburg now leads the overall series at 11-0.


Sebastiao, who tied for a team high 14 points in the game, took a three quarter court pass from senior forward Bradley Whitler with 2.6 seconds to play.  Whitler made a perfect throw to Sebastiao at the top of the key, who then dribbled one time past a defender before getting the game winner off just inside the free throw line.  The teams were tied at 44-44 with the Bulldogs in possession and working for a winning basket before the Warriors forced a turnover to set up the game's dramatic conclusion.


The contest was tight from the start with Orleans holding a 14-13 first quarter and 26-23 halftime edge.  The Bulldogs then jumped out to a nine point lead at 34-25 midway thru the third period.  It was then that Scottsburg went on a 15-0 run to take a 40-34 advantage.   The defense for the Warriors didn't allow the Bulldogs to score its first points of the final stanza until 1:52 remained in the game.  Orleans put pressure on Scottsburg and with a couple of missed free throws and turnovers by the Warriors, the Bulldogs trailed 44-42 with 39.5 seconds to play.  Two more free throws by Orleans after another turnover by Scottsburg had the game tied a 44.   Scottsburg won the turnover battle committing seven compared to eight for Orleans.


The Warriors were 17-of-24 from the free throw line as both freshman guard Treyton Owens and junior forward Jimmie Neece were six-of-eight from the charity stripe.  Owens had 14 points for Scottsburg joining Sebastiao for team high honors.  Orleans senior guard Duncan Gerkin led all scorers with 22 points including four three point field goals.  He was joined in double figures by senior guard Cooper Stalker who chipped in 10 points.


The victory moved Scottsburg to 3-6 on the season.  The loss dropped Orleans to 4-6.


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Christian Academy (5-2) 55 at Scottsburg (2-6) 42


The Warriors were assured a victory on Friday night at historic Meyer Gym as Christian Academy rode the hot shooting of senior guard Stephen Cook as his Warriors defeated the Scottsburg Warriors 58-45 in a semifinal matchup of the Scott County Invitational.


Cook was unstoppable with a game high 28 points consisting of four long three pointers and strong inside play.  Christian Academy never trailed in the game, leading 14-7 after the first quarter and 21-14 at halftime as defense ruled the first half.  In the second half Scottsburg found some offense and twice cut the lead to four points before Christian Academy pulled away for the final margin of victory.  They outscored Scottsburg 34-28 in the second half.  Joining Cook in double figures was senior guard Noah Williams with 14 points.  Christian Academy had 12 turnovers for the game.


For Scottsburg freshman guard Treyton Owens had 18 points and was joined in double figures by junior guard Mitchell Prince with 12.  Scottsburg had 17 turnovers.


Christian Academy will now face Austin in the championship game on Saturday night at Rigel Gym.  Scottsburg, 2-6 on the season, faces Orleans in the 3rd place game on Saturday.


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South Central (Elizabeth) (1-6) 48 at Scottsburg (2-5) 53, OT


Scottsburg scored the first seven points of overtime and then had some timely free throw shooting to preserve a 53-48 boys high school basketball victory against the South Central Rebels in the opening round of the Scott County Invitational on Saturday morning at Meyer Gym.


With the game tied 40-40 at the end of regulation, Scottsburg used some pressure defense to go on a 7-0 run to start the overtime.  The Rebels got within two points at 47-45 but the Warriors won the game with some big defensive stands and ultimately at the free throw stripe converting six-of-eight charity tosses to close the scoring.


South Central opened the game with a 5-0 run, but Scottsburg came back and allowed the Rebels just one more score while taking a 12-7 first quarter advantage.  The Warriors led by as many as eight points midway thru the second quarter before going cold as South Central out scored them 14-4 as both teams headed in halftime tied at 21-21.


The second half had Scottsburg trailing 34-31 after three quarters of play, but would come back with a 9-6 scoring edge in the final period of regulation to send the game to overtime.


Scottsburg had four players in double figures led by freshman guard Treyton Owens with 14 points.  Junior guard Mitchell Prince scored all his 11 points in the second half with three, 3-point shots and two crucial late free throws.  Senior forward Bradley Whitley had 10 points as did sophomore forward Nick Sebastiao who also converted four-of-six free throws in the final minute of the game.  The Warriors made eight of 10 free throws in the overtime.  Scottsburg turned South Central over 18 times in the game while committing nine.


For South Central, the Rebels were led by senior guard T.J. Boyd with 13 points.


The loss drops the Rebels to 1-6 while the win puts Scottsburg at 2-5.  The Warriors next play Christian Academy in the tournament while South Central plays Carroll County of Kentucky


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WARRIORETTES DEFEAT CONNERSVILLE 40-34, LOSE TO COLUMBUS EAST 66-19, LOSE TO SALEM 70-34 & DEFEAT SOUTHWESTERN (HANOVER) 60-39 TO GO 2-2 IN THE RUMBLE ON THE RIVER TOURNAMENT


WARRIORETTES NOW 8-9 ON THE SEASON


Congratulations to Jaylah Mays on being named to the Rumble on the River All Tournament Team!!




Connersville (5-9) 34 vs. Scottsburg (7-7) 40


Friday, December 29, 2017 - Saturday, December 30, 2017

WARRIORETTES DEFEAT LADY MUSTANGS 52-27 TO IMPROVE TO .500 FOR THE SEASON

New Washington (9-8) at Scottsburg (9-9)


Tuesday, January 2, 2018

WARRIORETTE SCORING:


NEW WASHINGTON SCORING:


JV SCORE: Scottsburg 37 - New Washington 2

WARRIORETTES PICK UP MUCH NEEDED MSC VICTORY OVER CLARKSVILLE 67- 28

Clarksville (4-15) at Scottsburg (10-9)


Thursday, January 4, 2018

WARRIORETTE SCORING:


CLARKSVILLE SCORING:


JV SCORE: Scottsburg 54 - Clarksville 10

WARRIORS FALL TO THE CUBS 59- 41 AS JESSE MAYS IS CROWNED HOMECOMING QUEEN


















Madison (6-5) at Scottsburg (3-7)



Friday, January 5, 2018

The Madison Cubs used a big fourth quarter scoring run to blow open a tightly contested game as they defeated the Scottsburg Warriors, 59-41 in a non-Conference boys basketball contest Friday night at historic Meyer Gym.


Madison took a 38-35 lead heading into the fourth quarter in the evenly contested affair.  At one point Scottsburg had opened a five point lead early in the third quarter before the Cubs regained a three point advantage heading into the final stanza.  But a 21-6 fourth quarter scoring edge doomed the host Warriors as the final 18 point deficit wasn't indicative of how close this contest was for 26 out of the 32 minutes played.


Madison was deadly from the three-point line making eight-of-20 from behind the arc.  Five players connected on three pointers for Madison.  The Cubs had scoring balance with three players in double figures led by sophomore Mason Welsh and senior Ian Strouse who had 14 points each.  Strouse also had eight rebounds and five assists for the game.  Junior Blair Holt chipped in 10 points.


For Scottsburg freshman guard Treyton Owens led all scorers in the game with 18 points.  Sophomore forward Nicholas Sebastiao had eight points and junior guard Jimmie Neace contributed six points.  Senior forward Bradley Whitler had seven rebounds.  The Warriors were two-of-12 from the three point line.


The loss drops Scottsburg to 3-7 overall.  The Warriors play on Saturday, Jan. 6 at North Harrison in an Mid-Southern Conference game.   The victory moved Madison to 6-5 overall.  The Cubs play on Saturday, Jan. 6 at Charlestown in a non conference game.

WARRIORS PUT UP VALIANT EFFORT BUT COME UP SHORT TO NORTH HARRISON 73-63

Scottsburg (3-8) at North Harrison (8-3)


Saturday, January 6, 2018

The host North Harrison Cougars went on a 7-0 run midway thru the fourth quarter to secure a hard fought 73-63 Mid-Southern Conference boys basketball victory over the visiting Scottsburg Warriors Saturday night.


The win puts North Harrison at 8-3 overall and 4-1 in MSC play. The loss drops Scottsburg to 3-8 overall and 1-5 in the conference.


The teams battled on even terms in the first half with Scottsburg grabbing an 18-17 lead to open the game, but the Cougars took a five point edge into the intermission at 33-28.  The third quarter saw the Warriors outscore their hosts 19-14 and for a short time hold a five point lead.  North Harrison would rally as the teams entered the final quarter tied at 47.   But it was the Cougars timely defense down the stretch, key three pointers and free throws as they outscored the Warriors 26-16 to post the final margin.


North Harrison had four double figure scorers led by senior swingman Max Flock with 18;  Langdon Hatton a freshman added 16;  Jake Book chipped in 11 and Skylar Wetzel had 10.  The Cougars had six three pointers made by four different players.  But more importantly hit 19-of-28 free throws, many late in the game.


As for the Warriors, the fourth quarter had missed opportunities but Scottsburg was still in the game with under three minutes to play.  Sophomore swingman Nick Sebastiao led all scorers in the game with 19 points before fouling out late in the contest.  Junior guard Mitchell Prince had 17 points including four, three-point field goals.  Freshman guard Treyton Owens chipped in eight points while senior forward Bradley Whitler had six.  The Warriors connected for seven three-pointers as a team, were 14-of-18 from the free throw line and committed 12 turnovers.


Next up for Scottsburg is another MSC game at Salem on Jan. 12, while North Harrison hosts Eastern Pekin in another MSC encounter on Jan. 12.


JV SCORE: North Harrison 59 - Scottsburg 46

JV TEAMES SPLIT PAIR WITH SEYMOUR JV



Warriorette JV 39 - Seymour JV 31


Warrior JV 43 - Seymour JV 52

WARRIORETTES LOSE AT MSC FOE SALEM 58- 42

Scottsburg (10-10) at Salem (17-4)


Thursday, January 11, 2018


JV SCORE: Salem 51 - Scottsburg 42

WARRIORS GAME AT SALEM TONIGHT HAS BEEN CANCELED DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER

Scottsburg (3-8) at Salem (10-2)


Friday, January 12, 2018

GAME TIME: CANCELED


COACHES: Brent Jameson, 8-27 in 2nd year at Scottsburg. Hank Weedin, 204-187 in 18th year at Salem.


SAGARIN RATINGS: Salem, 72.69, 118th overall, 30th in Class 3A. Scottsburg, 49.04, 339th overall, 96th in Class 3A.


LAST OUTING: Scottsburg lost to North Harrison, 73-63. Salem defeated Crawford County, 54-36.


VS. COMMON FOES: Scottsburg 1-2, Salem 2-1.


OPPONENTS' RECORDS: Scottsburg 57-73, Salem 71-71.


SERIES LAST 30 YEARS: Scottsburg, 19-16.


LAST MEETING: Salem, 68-61, Mar. 2, 2017, sectional.

TOP RECRUIT ROMEO LANGFORD PUTS UP 42 POINTS AS #1 NEW ALBANY TOPS WARRIORS 112- 48

Scottsburg (3-9) at New Albany (11-1)


Saturday, January 13, 2018

Scottsburg        9   14  15  10—  48

New Albany     30  22  32  28—112

     Scottsburg (3-9): Mitchell Prince 13, Treyton Owens 7, Nicholas Sebastio 12, Jimmy Neace 6, Patrick Lincoln 2, Bradley Whitler 4, Brantley Deaton 2, Caleb Beswick 2.

     New Albany (11-1): Romeo Langford 42, Sean East 24, Derrick Stevenson 11, Darin Starks 8, Chris Johnson 7, Savion Southers 8, Anthony Irvin 2, Trey Hourigan 10.


     3-point field goals: New Albany 11 (Langford 5, East 4, Stevenson, Johnson); Scottsburg 3 (Prince 3).


JV Score: New Albany 67 - Scottsburg 21


The New Albany Bulldogs, the No. 2 ranked boys team in the Indiana 4A classification, rode the 42 point performance of senior guard Romeo Langford in posting a 112-48 thrashing of the visiting 3A Scottsburg Warriors Saturday night.


The victory moves the Bulldogs to 11-1 overall while the loss drops the Warriors to 3-9.


Langford, considered by many to be the top basketball prospect in the state, didn't disappoint the capacity crowd as he led New Albany in the wire to wire victory.  He guided the Bulldogs to a 30-9 first quarter; a 52-23 halftime advantage and then an 84-38 third quarter bulge.  He made 14 field goals in the game including five 3's and nine of 10 at the free throw line.   The third quarter proved to be his best as he had 16 of the Bulldogs 32 points.  He was joined in double figures by Sean East with 24, Derrick Stevenson with 11 and Trey Hourigan with 10 points.  As a team New Albany had 11 three's and was 19-of-24 from the charity stripe while forcing Scottsburg into 25 turnovers, 16 in the first half.


For Scottsburg, the Warriors got 13 points from junior guard Mitchell Prince who also had  three, three-point field goals.  He was joined in double figures by sophomore Nick Sebastiao with 12 points.  Freshman guard Treyton Owens had seven points, and guard Jimmy Neace had six.


Next up for New Albany is a home non-league affair against Princeton of Ohio on Jan. 19.  Scottsburg gets back into Mid-Southern Conference play hosting Clarksville at Meyer Gym on Jan. 19.

WARRIORETTES LOSE TO EASTERN (PEKIN) 61- 29

Scottsburg (10-11) at Eastern (Pekin) (16-3)


Thursday, January 18, 2018

WARRIORETTE SCORING:


EASTERN SCORING:


JV SCORE: Eastern (Pekin) 37 - Scottsburg 28

WARRIORETTES HOME GAME (SENIOR NIGHT) AGAINST MADISON HAS BEEN MOVED TO SATURDAY, JANUARY 27TH AT NOON

WARRIORS LOSE TO CLARKSVILLE 64- 46

Clarksville (9-3) at Scottsburg (3-10)


Friday, January 19, 2018

JV SCORE: Clarksville 51 - Scottsburg 40



The Clarksville Generals used a stout defense and free throw shooting to defeat the host Scottsburg Warriors 64-46 in a Mid-Southern Conference boys basketball game Friday night at historic Meyer Gym.


The victory moves the Generals to 9-3 overall and 3-1 in MSC play while Scottsburg fell to 3-10, 1-6.


The Generals limited the Warriors to just six points in the first quarter and four in the third quarter to post the wire to wire win.   Clarksville was 22-31 from the free throw line in the game and the bigger Generals had a decided rebounding edge.  They posted four double figure scorers led by Murphy McEwen with 17 followed by Isaiah Harris with 15.


Scottsburg was led by freshman guard Treyton Owens who tallied a game high 25 points that included a 9-9 night at the free throw line.  Brantley Deaton chipped in eight points for the Warriors.

WARRIORETTES FALL TO LADY OWLS 59-51

Scottsburg Warriorettes (10-12) at Seymour (10-11)


Saturday, January 20, 2018





WARRIORS FALL TO OWLS 57-49

Scottsburg Warriors (3-11) at Seymour (5-7)


Saturday, January 20, 2018


The host Seymour Owls were effective from the free throw line to defeat the Scottsburg Warriors 57-49 in a tightly contested boys basketball game Saturday night.


The non-conference win moves Seymour to 6-6 while the loss drops Scottsburg to 3-11.


The Owls took a 29-26 advantage at halftime, but the Warriors closed the gap to a single point in the third quarter before Seymour pulled away for the victory.  They outscored Scottsburg 28-23 in the second half.  The Owls went to the charity stripe 30 times making 22, 16 in the second half, while the Warriors were 6-8.  Scottsburg was whistled for 20 personal fouls compared to 13 for Seymour.


Seymour had three players in double figures led by Zach Moore with 17 points along with Allen Perry and Tiller Cummings who had 10 each.


Scottsburg was paced by junior guard Mitchell Prince who had a team high 16 points including four from behind the three-point line.  Freshman guard Tyler Owens and sophomore forward Nick Sebastiao contributed nine points each.


Next up for Seymour is a Hoosier Hills Conference game Jan. 24 at Columbus East, while Scottsburg journeys to Salem for a Mid-Southern Conference title affair on Jan. 23.

WARRIORS DROP MSC ROAD BATTLE TO SALEM 79-66

Scottsburg (3-12) at Salem (13-2)


Tuesday, January 23, 2018

The host Salem Lions made a 13 point halftime lead standup, as they defeated the Scottsburg Warriors, 79-66 Tuesday night in a Mid-Southern Conference boys basketball game.


The win moved Salem to, 13-2 overall and 3-1 in MSC games.  The loss dropped Scottsburg to 3-12 overall and 1-7 in MSC play.


Each time the Warriors were in the middle of a scoring run Salem had an answer to regain control of the game.  The Lions battled to a 13-10 first quarter margin as Salem's offense came to life in the second quarter taking a 35-22 advantage heading into the intermission.


The third quarter saw the Warriors quickly cut the hosts lead to eight points, and when Jimmy Neace hit a three ball midway thru the period, Scottsburg trailed by just six points, 44-38.  After a time out by Salem, the Lions connected on three consecutive three pointers in as many possessions, pushing the lead back to 12 points and an eventual 58-46 third quarter edge.


The fourth quarter saw sophomore forward Nick Sebastiao foul out with 2:41 to play, as the Lions led by 18 points, their largest margin, at 72-54.  But the Warriors would continue to grind and outscore the Lions by five the remainder of the game.  Both teams scored 44 points in the wide open second half.


Salem had a balanced scoring attack with five players in double figures led by sophomore guard Gavin Fleming with 15 points including four trifectas.  Junior guards Landon Suvak and Xavier Haendiges both contributed 14 respectively.


Scottsburg was paced by freshman guard Treyton Owens who had a game high 20 points, scoring 16 in the second half.  He was joined in double figures by junior guard Mitchell Prince who had 13, including three 3's and Sebastiao who also scored 13.  Senior center Bradley Whitler had seven points.


Salem continues MSC play on Jan. 26 hosting Austin while Scottsburg has a non-league affair at Jennings County Jan. 26.

WARRIORETTES FALL TO #7 LADY RED DEVILS 55-23

Scottsburg (10-13) at Jeffersonville (18-4)


Tuesday, January 23, 2018

WARRIORS FALL IN TIGHT BATTLE WITH JENNINGS COUNTY 68-63

Scottsburg (3-13) at Jennings County (5-11)


Friday, January 26, 2018

Scoring on 12 straight possessions to end the game, the host Jennings County Panthers rallied from a nine point third quarter deficit to defeat the Scottsburg Warriors, 68-63 in a non-conference boys basketball game Friday night.


The win improved Jennings County to 5-11 overall.  The loss dropped Scottsburg to 3-11.


The Panthers won this contest from the charity stripe connecting on 20-25, all in the second half, and 13-16 in the crucial fourth quarter.  Scottsburg held a 40-31 lead at the 3:00 mark of the third quarter, but the Panthers cut into that margin and trailed by five points, 49-44 after three quarters. The Jennings County offense couldn't be stopped in the final quarter, and the game was tied at 59-59 with 2:53 to play.  The Warriors grabbed the lead again at 60-59, but the Panthers put the game away in the closing minutes from the charity stripe.


Jennings County scored 43 second half points, had just 12 two-point field goals in the game but hit eight three-balls to go with their 20 made free throws.  Senior forward Travis Wilson tied for game scoring honors with 20 points.  He was joined in double figures by Weston Miller who had 17, including 9-10 free throws, and Cody Wilson who contributed 13 points.


Scottsburg had four players in double digits as the Warriors dominated inside play all game.   Sophomore forward Nick Sebastiao shared game scoring honors with 20 points including a 6-7 night from the line.  He was joined by senior forward Bradley Whitler who had a season high 12 points showing strong power moves on the low bloc.  Junior forward Jimmy Neace also had 12 points while freshman guard Treyton Owens pitched in 10.   Scottsburg scored 22 field goals, had three trifectas and was 10-13 from the line.  The Warriors had 15 turnovers compared to 12 for Jennings County.


Next up for Scottsburg is another non-league game at Switzerland County on Feb. 1.  Jennings County will host New Albany in a Hoosier Hills Conference matchup on Feb. 1.


JV SCORE: Jennings County defeats Scottsburg

WARRIORETTES DEFEAT MADISON 43-42 IN OVERTIME AS COACH CHEATHAM GETS HER 500TH WIN AS WARRIORETTE COACH

Madison (8-15) at Scottsburg (11-13)


Saturday, January 27, 2018

JV SCORE: Madison defeats Scottsburg

WARRIORETTES DRAW THE BYE AND WILL PLAY THE WINNER OF CORYDON CENTRAL AND SILVER CREEK AT 6 PM ON FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2ND AT SALEM 3A SECTIONAL

WARRIORS ON THE ROAD TONIGHT TO FACE SWITZERLAND COUNTY

Scottsburg (4-13) at Switzerland County (5-12)


Thursday, February 1, 2018

Mitchell Prince drained a three pointer with 32.6 second remaining to give the Scottsburg Warriors a lead they would never relinquish in posting a 54-51 come from behind non-conference road victory at Switzerland County in a boys basketball game Thursday night.


The victory snapped a seven game losing skid for the Warriors who are now 4-13 overall.  The loss dropped the Pacers, 2A members of the Ohio River Valley Conference to 5-12 overall.


Prince, a junior guard, led the Warriors in scoring with 16 points, had four trifectas.  He was joined in double figures by junior forward Nicholas Sebastiao scoring 12 and freshman guard Treyton Owens who tallied 10.  Sebastiao came up with a key defensive stop after Scottsburg took a 52-51 lead on Prince's trey.  Freshman Brantley Deaton scored the game's final points for the Warriors making two free throws wth two seconds to play.


Scottsburg led 27-26 at halftime and then trailed 43-39 heading into the final quarter.  The Warriors outscored the Pacers 15-8 in the final quarter, limiting the hosts to just two field goals and four free throws.  The Pacers were led by senior guard Austin South who scored a game high 19 points and senior swingman Kyle Whitham who had 16.


Scottsburg plays at 1A West Washington on Feb 3, while Switzerland County plays next on Feb. 6 at Lawrenceburg.

WARRIORETTES DEFEAT SILVER CREEK 43-34 IN OVERTIME TO ADVANCE TO SECTIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

Scottsburg (12-13) vs. Silver Creek (10-14)


Friday, February 2, 2018

Scottsburg       6  7  11  10  9—43

Silver Creek     8  6    8  12  0—34

     

Scottsburg (12-13): Zoe Zellers 9, Jaylah May 17, Alyssa Hall 8, Katie Hortsman 4, Kady Clancy 3, Kaitlyn Jennings 2.

     

Silver Creek (10-14): Jaclyn Emly 13, Kylie Wilkinson 1, Katie Emly 11, Savannah Kirchgessner 7, Jordan Balz 1, Bella Hinton 1.

     

3-point field goals: Scottsburg 1 (Mays), Silver Creek 5 (J. Emly 4, K. Emly).

 

Rebounds: Scottsburg 32, Silver Creek 29.

     

Turnovers: Scottsburg 11, Silver Creek 18.

     

Field goal shooting: Scottsburg 13-38, Silver Creek 9-35.


     

3-point shooting: Scottsburg 1-9, Silver Creek 5-22.

     

Free throw shooting: Scottsburg 16-31, Silver Creek 11-20.

SENATORS FILIBUSTER THE WARRIORS IN BOYS HOOPS 63-44

Scottsburg (4-14) at West Washington (7-10)


Saturday, February 3, 2018

Jumping out to an eight point advantage early enabled the West Washington Senators to register a wire to wire 63-44 non-conference win over the visiting Scottsburg Warriors in a boys basketball contest Saturday afternoon.


The victory moved the Senators to 7-10 overall while the loss dropped the Warriors to 4-14.


West Washington allowed Scottsburg to score just eight points in the first quarter as those points all came via sophomore forward Nick Sebastiao. The Senators led 15-8 after a quarter and 27-16 by intermission never looking back, expanding its lead to as many as 21 points in the second half. 


The Senators were paced by Parker Green who had game high honors with 19 points including four three-balls.  He was one of three double figure scorers in the balanced West Washington attack.


The Warriors were led by Sebastiao who finished the game with 10 points, but battled foul trouble as he was disqualified at the 5:04 mark in the 4th quarter.  He was joined for team scoring honors by senior guard Casey Smith who provided solid minutes off the Warriors bench and had the teams lone three point field goal.  Junior guard Jimmie Neace had nine points while freshman guard Treyton Owens scored eight, all in the second half.


Next up for West Washington is a 1A non-league game at Borden on Feb. 6 while Scottsburg plays its final Mid-Southern Conference game of the season at home Feb. 9 against Silver Creek in historic Meyer Gym.


JV Score: Scottsburg 44 - West Washington 34

WARRIORETTES BID TO UPSET SALEM COMES UP SHORT 42-36 IN SECTIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

Scottsburg (12-14) at Salem (22-4)


Saturday, February 3, 2018

Silver Creek Dragons Burn Scottsburg Warriors with Scoring Runs

Silver Creek (14-5) at Scottsburg (4-15)


Friday, February 9, 2018

Utilizing two big fourth quarter scoring runs, the visiting Silver Creek Dragons blew open a tight game, posting a 57-36 road win over the Scottsburg Warriors in a Mid-Southern Conference tussle Friday night at historic Meyer Gym.


Silver Creek, the 15th ranked 3A team in Indiana, is now 14-5 overall and moves to 7-0 in  MSC games, earning at least a tie for the league title.  Scottsburg fell to 4-15 overall and 1-8 in its final conference action of the campaign.


The Warriors opened the game fast, taking a 9-2 lead and ignited the "Pressure Cooker" crowd.  Scottsburg limited Silver Creek to five free throw makes, as the Dragons did not score a field goal and trailed 11-5 after a quarter of play.


Silver Creek got its offense going in the second quarter out scoring the host Warriors 12-7, as Scottsburg still held an 18-17 lead into halftime.


The third quarter saw Silver Creek score the first five points to grab a 22-18 advantage.  Scottsburg would struggle offensively under the Dragon pressure scoring just five points as Silver Creek jumped out to a 33-23 edge after three quarters.


The start of the fourth quarter saw Scottsburg junior swingman Jimmy Neace score eight straight points on two 3-balls and two free throws to get the Warriors back within five of the lead at 36-31.  But Silver Creek would go on a 9-0 run to push the margin to 14 and never looked back.  Scottsburg would only score five points the remainder of the game as the Dragons closed out the scoring with another 9-0 run.  Silver Creek had a 25-13 scoring advantage in the final quarter and 40-18 in the second half.


Zane Gross of Silver Creek led all scorers with 19 points, 16 in the second half.  For Scottsburg the Warriors were paced by Neace who had 10 points, followed by freshman guard Treyton Owens with 8 and sophomore swingman Nick Sebastiao with 7.


Next for Silver Creek is an MSC game at Austin on Feb. 13.  Scottsburg hosts 2A Paoli on Feb. 13.


JV Score: Silver Creek defeats Scottsburg

PAOLI DEFEATS SCOTTSBURG 67- 44 IN NON-CONFERENCE MATCH UP

Paoli (19-1) at Scottsburg (4-16)


Tuesday, February 13, 2018

The 2A Paoli Rams showed why they are worthy of their 19 victories this season, posting a 67-44 non-conference road win at Scottsburg Tuesday night in historic Meyer Gym.


The precision offense and full court defense moved the slick shooting Rams to 19-1 overall.  They are 4-1 in the 2A Patoka Lake Conference.  The loss dropped the Warriors to 4-16 overall.


The game started with a quick pace as Warrior junior guard Mitchell Prince drained two long 3-pointers with Scottsburg jumping out to an 8-6 lead.  But a balanced offense by Paoli would have the Rams outscoring the Warriors 15-4 the remainder of the quarter for a 21-12 lead.  The second quarter was much the same story as Paoli took a 41-19 halftime advantage outscoring the Warriors 20-7.


Scottsburg had a better offensive third quarter scoring 15 points, while the Rams churned out another 20 to take a 61-34 lead.  The Rams coasted in the 4th quarter and were outscored 10-6 by Scottsburg for the final margin of victory.


Paoli had nine players score in the game led by freshman Brent Bosley who had 14 points and two 3's.  He was joined in double figures by senior Jason Babcock with 13 points.  All told the Rams had 7 trifectas by six different players including 5 in the first quarter.  In the turnover department Paoli forced 16 on the Warriors while the Rams committed 12.


Scottsburg was led by sophomore guard Nick Sebastiao who scored a game high 16 points, and battled inside all game.  Also in double figure scoring was Prince who had 13 points including 3 from beyond the arc.  Freshman guard Treyton Owens had 9 points.  Senior forward Bradley Whitler scored 4 points and freshman forward Brantley Deaton chipped in 2 to round out the Warriors scoring.


Paoli returns to action Feb. 16 hosting Perry Central in a Patoka Lake Conference tilt.  Scottsburg hosts 2A a non-league game with Southwestern (Hanover) on Feb. 17 in Meyer Gym.

80’S NIGHT BIG FOR WARRIORS IN THRILLING OT VICTORY

Southwestern (Hanover) (20-2) at Scottsburg (5-16)


Saturday, February 17, 2018

With the strains of Pat Benatar's "Hit Me With Your Best Shot" echoing thru historic Meyer Gym, the Scottsburg Warriors had just registered a pulsating 84-81 overtime victory against the 2A powerhouse Southwestern Hanover Rebels.


After all, it was "80's Night" in the "Pressure Cooker" and the Warriors had indeed survived a volley of the 3 point free throw variety as they snapped Southwestern's 11 game win streak.  The 12th ranked Ohio River Valley champs dropped to 20-2 overall.  The victory moved Scottsburg to 5-16 and provided some badly needed momentum heading into the final week of the regular season prior to Sectional play.


But it wasn't just the music, the Indiana Jam halftime entertainment and the throwback clothing many Scottsburg fans wore that provided a special night of basketball.  It was relentless team play, torrid free throw shooting and a pair of 30 plus point individual performances for each team.


Junior guard Mitchell Prince scored a team high 31 points on 7 trifectas,  including 14 points in overtime to guide Scottsburg.  Prince set the tone for the dramatic extra stanza by draining two long 3 pointers, combined with an inside bucket by sophomore swingman Nick Sebastiao, to give Scottsburg a lead they would never relinquish.  The Warriors were a perfect 8-8 in the extra period from the free throw line with Prince delivering 6-6.  Scottsburg outscored Southwestern 20-17 in the high scoring OT. 


All told Scottsburg was 23-24 from the charity stripe to preserve the win.  Sebastiao and senior forward Bradley Whitler combined for 31 inside points, scoring 17 and 14 respectively.  Key play was turned in by freshman guard Treyton Owens who had 10 points, along with junior forward Jimmy Neace with 8.  Senior guard Casey Smith pitched in 4 points with key minutes off the bench as did sophomore guard Andrew Slaton and freshman forward Brantley Deaton.   In a 10-point loss last season at Southwestern, Prince also scored 31 points.


But all this didn't stop the Rebels from making repeated runs.


Southwestern senior guard Tyler Kramer had game high honors of 33 points, including 4 trifectas and 9-12 free throw shooting.  He scored 7 of his teams points in the overtime period as the Rebels battled to the final buzzer of the game.  Southwestern had six players score in the game as Kramer was joined in double figures by Matthew Williams with 15,  Hunter Mefford, 13; and Foster Mefford with 10 points.   The Rebels pressure got to Scottsburg at various times as they forced 13 turnovers on the Warriors.  Southwestern had 9 for the game.  The Rebels were 26-35 from the free throw line


Scottsburg started the game with Prince hitting two 3 balls and took a 16-13 lead at the end of the first quarter with solid inside play from Whitler.  The second quarter saw the Warriors expand their lead to 31-25 with stellar defense, rebounding and scoring in the paint by both Whitler and Sebastiao . 


The third quarter saw the momentum shift to the Rebels as they grabbed the lead with its defense and ability to get the Warriors in foul trouble sending both Whitler and Sebastiao to the bench.  All told the Rebels were 9-12 from the stripe, and were leading 44-40 before Prince hit a 3 pointer just before the buzzer to make it a one point game, 44-43.   Southwestern outscored the Warriors 19-12 heading into the final period. 


The 4th quarter saw Scottsburg go on a 13-3 run and build a 56-47 margin with just over five minutes to play.  But Southwestern would answer with a 17-8 run of its own to tie the score at 64-64 setting up the dramatic overtime period.  Both teams had last second chances to grab the win but neither would convert.


Southwestern hosts 3A South Dearborn on Feb. 23.  Scottsburg travels to class 1A Borden on Feb. 20 before returning home on Feb. 23 versus 2A Mitchell.

SCOTTSBURG DEFENSE COMES UP BIG IN ROAD WIN AT BORDEN

Scottsburg (6-16) at Borden (7-13)


Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Propelled by a near second quarter defensive shut out and a dominate 24 point performance by Nick Sebastiao, the Scottsburg Warriors recorded its second straight non-conference victory with a 59-47 road decision over the Borden Braves on Tuesday night.


The win moves Scottsburg to 6-16 while the loss drops the 1A Braves, a member of the Southern on Conference, to 7-13.


Scottsburg started the game quickly taking a 5-0 lead, but the Braves battled back and led 17-15 at the end of the first quarter.   Both teams started the second quarter cold, but the Warriors would go on a 8-0 scoring run as a bevy of missed shots and turnovers plagued the Braves.  A single free throw would be all the scoring for Borden in the second quarter, as guard Casey Smith made a pair of free throws and Sebastiao hit a driving lay in at the buzzer giving Scottsburg a 27-18 halftime edge.  The Warriors outscored Borden 12-1 in the quarter.  It would be as close as the Braves would get the remainder of the game.


The third quarter started quickly with guard Mitchell Prince hitting a 3 ball to start the scoring as Scottsburg gradually extended its lead to 14 points at 43-29.  The fourth quarter showed the Warriors withstanding Borden's full court pressure, but the Braves did cut the lead to single digits at 54-45 with just over a minute to play.  Scottsburg committed 8 turnovers while Borden had 10


Sabastio, a sophomore swingman, got game scoring honors with his 24 points.  His last 8 points were from the free throw line in the 4th quarter as he attempted 12 in the game.  He added 8 field goals on strong power moves and put backs.  Sebastiao was joined in double figure scoring by junior guard Jimmy Neace with 10 points, including 2 trifectas.  Freshman guard Treyton Owens chipped in 8 points as did junior guard Prince who also netted two 3 balls.  Senior Casey Smith was again solid off the bench with 4 points.   Senior forward Bradley Whitler, who fought thru foul trouble, had 2 points but was a presence on the defensive end and moving the ball offensively for the Warriors.    Rounding out the scoring for Scottsburg was guard Patrick Lincoln with 2 points and freshman forward Brantley Deaton with 1.


The Braves had three players in double figures led by Jacob Knollenburg with 14, followed by Noah Franklin, 13 and Lucas McNew 10.  Borden had 5 three pointers made by four different players.


Scottsburg returns home to historic Meyer Gym on Friday, Feb. 23 for a non-league affair against 2A Patoka Lake Conference foe Mitchell to close out the regular season.  JV game starts at 6 p.m. followed by the varsity at 7:30 p.m.   Boarden closes out its regular season with a non-league encounter against Salem on Feb. 23.

WARRIORS LOSE DOUBLE OT HEARTBREAKER TO MITCHELL

Mitchell (9-12) at Scottsburg (6-17)


Friday, February 23, 2018

The visiting 2A Mitchell Bluejackets spoiled senior night at historic Meyer Gym with a hard fought 73-70 double overtime victory against the Scottsburg Warriors on Friday night.


The loss dropped the Warriors to 6-17 overall while the victory for the Bluejackets of the Patoka Lake Conference moved them to 9-12 as both teams prepare for their respective Indiana State Sectional games next week.  The loss snapped a two game win streak for Scottsburg.


Warrior nation said goodbye to three seniors:  forward Bradley Whitler;  guard Casey Smith and guard Michael Chapman.  They all were in the starting lineup as the Warriors jumped out to an early lead.  Whitler led his team with 17 points, including the first 5 of the game, in the loss.  All these student-athletes will be missed for their contributions both on and off the court while representing Scottsburg.


The game was close throughout as Scottsburg led 17-15 after a quarter and never trailed getting 8 points off transition plays.  The second quarter saw the teams exchange leads numerous times with Scottsburg never leading by more than 3 and Mitchell never leading by more than two points.  The teams were deadlocked at 32 heading into the intermission.


The third quarter saw the Warriors jump out to a 9 point lead at 43-34 when freshman guard Treyton Owens converted a fast break lay up at the 5:00 mark. But the Bluejackets would close the quarter on a 14-7 run to get back within 2 points as Scottsburg led 50-48 heading into the 4th quarter.


The final quarter had Scottsburg going up 4 points early and they maintained the lead deep into the quarter when junior guard Jimmy Neace scored on a driving lay up to give the Warriors a 60-56 advantage with 47.6 seconds in the game.  Mitchell responded with a 3-ball to cut the lead to one at 60-59 with 36.8 seconds to play.  The Warriors could not score on its next possession, and sophomore forward Nick Sebastiao was called for an intentional foul.  Mitchell made one of the two free throws deadlocking the game at 60, but could not score on the ensuing possession in the final 12 seconds sending the contest into overtime.


The first overtime had Mitchell jumping out to a 4 point lead and they expanded that to a 68-63 margin with just under a minute to play.  But some solid defensive pressure by Scottsburg and missed free throw opportunities by the Bluejackets gave the Warriors a chance to tie.   Trailing 68-65 Neace drained a corner 3 to tie the game with 15.0 seconds to play.  Mitchell would miss an opportunity to win the game on their next possession from the free throw line as would Scottsburg forcing the 2nd OT.



The second overtime started cold for both teams as Mitchell scored on a lay up at 1:54 to play, for a 70-68 lead they would never relinquish.  Scottsburg would not score a field goal in the period and net just 2 free throws.  The Warriors, trailing 73-70 had a chance for a final trifecta but Prince's heavily defended shot was just short.


Joining Whitler in scoring was Owens with 14 points and Neace with 12, including 3 3-balls.  Sebastiao had 12 points, freshman forward Brantley Deaton had 8 and Prince chipped in 7 to round out the Warriors scoring. Scottsburg was 13-22 from the free throw line, committed 11 turnovers and forced 8 on Mitchell.


Mitchell was led by junior guard Peyton Moore who scored a game high 26 points including 2 3-balls.  He was joined in double figures by senior guard Cameron Blackwell with 15 and senior forward Cade Pritchett who had 14.


Next up for Scottsburg is an IHSAA Sectionals game at North Harrison vs Mid-Southern Conference foe Corydon Central at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 27.  The winner advances to a semifinals match up with Silver Creek on Friday, March 2, 6 p.m. at North Harrison.


JV GAME: Mitchell 48 - Scottsburg 45

WARRIORS HANG ON FOR OPENING ROUND VICTORY AGAINST CORYDON CENTRAL IN IHSAA SECTIONAL 30 MATCHUP


NORTH HARRISON SECTIONAL

Scottsburg (7-17) vs. Corydon Central (5-19)


Tuesday, February 27, 2018

By Arnie Sgalio

The Scottsburg Warriors withstood a furious 4th quarter rally by the Corydon Central Panthers to register a thrilling 51-50 victory in the opening round of Class 3A Sectional 30 play at North Harrison Tuesday night.


The loss dropped Corydon Central to 5-19 and ended its season.  The victory moved Scottsburg to 7-17 overall with an upcoming semifinal matchup against the highly ranked Mid-Southern Conference champion Silver Creek Dragons.  Game time is slated for 6 p.m. on Friday at North Harrison.


Behind the inside scoring of sophomore forward Nick Sebastiao and the outside 3's from junior guard Mitchell Prince, the Warriors would build a 49-40 margin with 3:00 to play.  But the Panthers used some deadly outside shooting and forced key turnovers to pull within a single point at 51-50 at the 46.9 second mark.  Another turnover by Scottsburg with 21.1 seconds remaining gave Corydon Central a chance to steal the win.  But a solid team defensive effort gave the Warriors the victory when the Panthers missed a long 3-ball as time expired.


Sebastiao led Scottsburg with 21 points on 9 field goals and 3-3 free throws.  He was joined in double figures by Prince who had 15 points and 4 trifectas, one coming as the first half ended.  Senior forward Bradley Whitler continued his strong inside play with 6 points, followed by freshman forward Brantley Deaton with 5, including a 3.  Rounding out the scoring for the Warriors was senior guard Casey Smith and freshman guard Treyton Owens with 2 points each.  The Warriors went to the line just 4 times making all of them.  Scottsburg had 11 turnovers in the game.


Corydon Central was led by guard Joey Wiseman who had a game high 32 points including 6 makes from behind the arc.  He scored all eight of his teams first quarter points and had a 3-ball in each quarter.  The Panthers had a tough night from the free throw line hitting just 3-9 while committing 12 turnovers.


In a sloppy first quarter the teams were tied at 8,  but picked up the pace in the second stanza as Scottsburg took a 28-24 lead on Prince's banked bomb at the intermission.  The third quarter saw Corydon start quickly scoring five points to grab the lead, but Scottsburg would go inside to Sebastiao and Whitler to take a 36-33 advantage heading into the final period.   The 4th quarter saw Prince and Sebastiao combine for a potent outside/inside combination as the Warriors built their lead to a 9 point bulge as they were able to hold off the Panthers down the stretch.

SILVER CREEK ENDS SCOTTSBURG’S SEASON IN IHSAA 3A SECTIONAL SEMIFINAL, 55- 32

Silver Creek (18-5) vs. Scottsburg (7-18)


Friday, March 2, 2018

Heading into Friday nights IHSAA 3A Sectional 30 semifinal the Scottsburg Warriors had established some real momentum having won three of their previous four starts, with the lone loss coming in double overtime.


But the Silver Creek Dragons using a dominant defense that capitalized on transition points off Warrior turnovers, limited Scottsburg to a 2 point second quarter in posting a 55-32 victory Friday night at North Harrison.


The win moves the Dragons to 18-5 on the season with a game Saturday night vs North Harrison for the 3A Sectional 30 title.  The loss ended Scottsburg's campaign at 7-18, and a 1-8 mark in the Mid-Southern Conference. 


The Warriors played hard until the final buzzer, a trademark of second year head Coach Brent Jameson and his staff, but couldn't get enough offense to post a victory on this night.  Scottsburg continued to improve during the season and ended the year playing its best basketball.


The game started slowly for both teams.  Silver Creek, one of the top rated 3A teams in the state, trailed Scottsburg 5-4 with 3:50 remaining, and again at 8-7 behind two 3's by junior guard Mitchell Prince and an inside score by senior center Bradley Whitler.  But the Dragons got their defense going and turned three turnovers by the Warriors into six straight points and never trailed again.  The Dragons increased their lead to 16-8 with just under a minute to play, before Scottsburg freshman guard Treyton Owens made three free throws after being fouled behind the arc as the first quarter horn sounded.  The 16-11, 5 point margin would be as close as Scottsburg would be the remainder of the game.


The second quarter had Silver Creek hitting a 3 ball to open the scoring and then Warrior freshman forward Brantley Deaton responded for two points to cut the lead to 19-13 with just over 6:00 minutes to play.   Scottsburg would be held scoreless the remainder of the period while Silver Creek added 9 points to take a 27-13 halftime advantage.


The third quarter saw the Dragons expand their lead to as many as 22 points, outscoring the Warriors 14-6 and taking a 41-19 edge into the final quarter.  The final period had the teams even in scoring with Silver Creek having a 14-13 edge and a 23 point win.


Zane Gross led Silver Creek with a game high 12 points as the Dragons had two other players in double figures.  Scottsburg was lead by Deaton with 8 points, followed by sophomore forward Nick Sebastiao with 7.  Whitler finished his final game with the Warriors netting 6 points.  Prince also added 6 points, Owens had 3 and junior guard Jimmy Neace netted 2.  Scottsburg committed 14 turnovers in the game while Silver Creek had 17.