2005: Danielle Campbell
Our last report on Campbell had Whitney Young traveling just across the Idniana state line to beat East Chicago, the Indiana CLass 4A No. 5 team. Continuing the out-of-state tour, Young then went to Ohio to take on the nation's No. 3 team, Chaminade-Julienne, in front of a sell-out crowd of 900.
Campbell went up against her USA Developmental Camp roommate, Aisha Jefferson, but did not get to play much of the first half due to foul trouble. Campbell got two quick fouls, then sat out ten minutes of the first half. Campbell finished with 11 points, but Young lost the game as Villanova-bound Maria Getty scored a game-high 25 points and C-J connected on 19-of-31 shots for the game.
Young cut the lead to 10 in the fourth, but C-J pulled away for the 66-51 win.
Back home in Illinois after Christmas, Young defeated Harlan 62-26 in a game called with 1:50 remaining when a Harlan player injured her hip and had to be taken to a hospital. Campbell shared game-high honors with teammate Erin Dickerson, and also added five rebounds.
2005: Stephanie Helgeson
A 1-3-1 zone limited Helgeson's touches and points to half of her season average during their Rumble on the River tournament game against Ellender. Helgeson finished with eight points, and Dominican lost their second game of the year, 63-51.
Dominican has run off two victories since then, and stands at 23-2 on the season. In their last game, Dominican ended Kennedy's 11-game winning streak with a 44-35 win. It was Kennedy's first loss since Dominican beat them by 20 points in November. Helgeson led Dominican with 11 points, and the team held Kennedy to 12-of-51 shooting.
2005: Jodi Howell
Recent games cancelled due to bad weather.
2005: Lauren Mioton
Newman is rated the No. 4 team in the latest Times-Picayune girls small school basketball poll. This past week Newman (17-7) has posted victories over Booker T. Washington (46-20) and Lawless (47-40). Mioton had game-highs in both games of 18 and 23 points respectively.
2005: Stephanie Lynch (volleyball recruit)
New Albany remains undefeated in the conference (8-4, 4-0) following a 53-39 win over Floyd Central. Lynch had 12 points and seven rebounds in the game Saturday night.
Lynch is now close to averaging a double-double at 11 points and nine rebounds per game.