Shelbyville Daily Union


February 8, 2013

CHBC A Juggernaut In Regional Championship

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“I’m feeling a lot better,” Paruleski said. “And I dedicate all my 3s to my grandpa (Gordon Price). He’s a great guy.”

Autumn Riley added 12 points and seven rebounds for CHBC, while Jensyn Morrison had eight points. CHBC has won 17 of 18 after a 6-4 start.

“I can’t say enough about this team,” Wendte said. “I think a lot of people think we’re one- or two-man centered, and we’re not. We have kids that step up if need be, and they did tonight, and good things happened.”

Jones concurred.

“I’m pretty proud of my team and the success we’ve had over the years,” Jones said. “I’m extremely proud of this team, because a lot of these girls hadn’t played varsity before this year. And they were able to keep this going.”

Dieterich’s regional title game at Neoga was in progress during coach Wendte’s postgame interview, but it turns out she will face her sister on Monday after the Lady Maroons’ win against St. Anthony. CHBC topped Dieterich in both the teams’ regular-season meetings.

“I’d love to see her get out of the regional because she hasn’t done that yet, but it’s going to be tough coaching against her,” Wendte said. “It’s going to be very hard. And we’ve beat them two times, but the third time can be a little bit of a nightmare.”

Ohnesorge led Altamont with 20 points, but the Lady Indians fell to CHBC in a regional final for the third time in four years. The good news for Lurkins’ program is that all of her players should be back next year.

“The girls have worked so hard from day one in practice until tonight,” Lurkins said. “Nobody thought they’d get this far and improve this much. We have no seniors and everybody returns. Plus we have a real athletic eighth-grade class that’s gonna come in and give us more numbers. It’s gonna allow us to do some things in practice and push the level up even more.”

CHBC 74, Altamont 44

CHBC       20 17 19 18 — 74

Altamont   10 4 9 21 — 44

CHBC — Ward 1 0-0 2, Morrison 3 2-2 8, Jones 13 0-0 26, Miller 1 0-0 2, Riley 4 4-4 12, Paruleski 6 2-2 20, Hilt 2 0-0 4. Totals 30 8-8 74.

Altamont — Miller 0 0-2 0, M.Ohnesorge 8 1-1 20, L.Ohnesorge 3 0-2 6, Laatsch 0 2-3 2, Stevenson 2 0-0 4, Tillman 2 0-2 4, Wendling 3 1-1 8. Totals 18 4-11 44.

3-point goals — CHBC 6 (Paruleski 6), Altamont 4 (M.Ohnesorge 3, Wendling 1).

Three-Point Showdown Advancers: Ava Paruleski-CHBC, Audrinna Pruett-Brownstown, Madison Ohnesorge-Altamont, Dani Austin-Brownstown

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