Braves fall at New Albany
The Brownstown girls basketball team went on the road once again for its second game of the season.
The Braves played at New Albany but came up short as the Bulldogs won 56-46.
Brownstown got off to a hot start, winning the first quarter 21-12, but then New Albany bounced back and won the second quarter 16-6 to take a lead into halftime.
The fourth quarter was the major difference as the Bulldogs pulled away slightly, winning the fourth 14-7.
Maddie Hackman dropped a 20-piece for the Braves, shooting 7-15 from the field.
Kalee Borden and Hannah Stahl each had 7 points, and Andrea Bair had 1 point to round out the scoring.
Hackman also had 6 rebounds to go along with her 20 points.
The Braves (0-2) will finally be at home Saturday night when they host Paoli at 7:30 p.m.
Crothersville opens season at Clarksville
The Crothersville girls basketball team opened up its 2021-22 season on Tuesday night at Clarksville.
The Tigers suffered a 42-21 defeat.
The scoring contributors for Crothersville came from seniors Zoe Spangler and Kennadi Lakins.
Lakins led the team with 17 points while Spangler contributed the other 4. Lakins’ points came from 5 2-pointers, 2 3-pointers and one free throw. Spangler had 2 2-pointers.
The Tigers outscored Clarksville 11-8 in the second quarter, but struggles in the first and third quarters were too much to overcome.
Crothersville will look to bounce back at home against Borden next Tuesday.