2005: Morgan Clyburn
Oak Ridge (13-9) opened district play with a 68-37 win over Caney Creek on Friday. Morgan Clyburn was held to six first half points, but finished the game with yet another double-double -- 11 points, 10 rebounds and four blocked shots.
Last Saturday, Clyburn's double-double of 20 points and 10 rebounds led the way for Oak Ridge as they defeated Humble, 62-53.
Over Christmas break, Oak Ridge participated in the McDonalds Tournament in College Station and survived the experience with a .500 record. The Lady War Eagles beat Houston Memorial 54-46 and Cleburne 63-56 while losing to Westfield and Jersey Village.
2005: Samantha Johnson
Jeffersonville is ranked at No. 6 among Class 4A schools with a record of 12-2. The record is even more impressive considering the team has only had four home games all season. In one of those rare home games, they had no trouble defeating New Washington on Friday, 113-29. Samantha Johnson had 12 points and eight rebounds, shooting 6-of-10 from the field.
Johnson hit the game winning shot against Louisville Assumption the night before, advancing the Red Devils to a 62-60 win. Johnson had six points and six rebounds in a game that had 17 lead changes.
2005: Danielle Campbell
Danielle Campbell led Chicago Whitney Young (9-4) with 23 points in a 62-59 loss to No. 6 New Trier. New Trier outscored Young 7-3 in the final 50 seconds to take the win. New Trier has a 6'4 post players on their roster, freshman Amy Jaeschke.
Campbell had 11 points in a 61-32 win over Harlan on Friday.
2005: Cassie Kerns
With Purdue's Kelly Curry in attendance, Valparaiso knocked off Class 4A No. 9 Merrillville 44-39. Kerns had a game-high 17 points, adding eight boards and two steals. Interior pressure from Merrillville forced Valpo outside, and Kerns took advantage for her 15-foot jumper.
Valpo's record moves to 12-1, which should increase their standing in the next ICGSA Coaches poll due out Monday. Despite having a record of 11-1 last week, Valpo only received one vote in last week's poll.
2005: Stephanie Lynch
Purdue volleyball verbal Stephanie Lynch just missed a triple-double in New Albany's 63-53 win against Floyd Central. Falling behind by as much as 17 points in the game, New Albany stormed back behind 19 points, 10 rebounds and eight blocked shots from Lynch.