A 14-0 run, including four 3-pointers to start the game, along with offensive rebounding and pressing, put New Albany in charge of Tuesday night’s Class 4A Sectional 15 game at Seymour.
The host Owls fell behind 23-4 after one quarter and 43-9 at halftime on 2-of-20 shooting from the field, and their season ended at 2-19 after an 85-30 loss.
“They are really, really good,” Owls coach Scott Miller said of the Bulldogs. “New Albany is a very good team. We didn’t feel like we could hold it on them. Their defensive pressure is just too intense, and we didn’t handle the press well early, and they shot very well (17 of 38 in the first half), which they are certainly capable of doing.”
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