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13 hrs ago | The Indianapolis Star
Dave McCollough, one of the state's winningest and most highly-decorated boys basketball coaches, has been let go by Noblesville High School.
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18 hrs ago | The Star Press
The North Central Conference issued a statement on Wednesday indicating that Indianapolis Arsenal Tech has accepted an offer for membership.
Yesterday | The Star Press
Stan Daugherty remembers what it was like to play Central in the early 1990s. Daugherty, who recently resigned as boys basketball coach at Delta, was coaching at Hamilton Southeastern at the time.
Rob Bills is returning to Lincoln's girls basketball program. The Lincoln athletic director spent nearly 20 years as an assistant for the Golden Eagles.
David Campbell Courier Sportswriter Andy Firth resigned as head boys varsity basketball coach at Southwestern High School on Monday after four years on the job.
Some reflections and thoughts on some of the "good guys" in sports. Funeral services will be conducted on Wednesday in Marshall, Ill., for Carrol "Nellie" Bennett, who died Sunday.
The list of elite Fort Wayne-area basketball players that have graced the asphalt courts at parks in the summer and gyms in the winter has grown to be quite long over the years.
Richmond athletic director Chad Bolser is one of five who will be honored with an Administrator of the Year award later this month by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association.
Former U.S. Senator and Indiana Governor Evan Bayh was asked Monday when he'll run for president of the United States.
When Seton Catholic's and Northeastern's boys basketball teams made history this season, a lot of the success was due to deep talent on both teams.
Thirteen players led by Mr. Basketball Trey Lyles of Indianapolis Tech have been selected for the 2014 IndyStar.com Indiana Boys All-Stars.
Coyote Crossing will host the Harrison Invitational for boys golf on Saturday. In addition to the tournament host Raiders, the field includes area teams Lafayette Jeff, McCutcheon West Lafayette, Benton Central, Delphi, Frankfort and Twin Lakes along with Crown Point, Goshen, Lake Central, Northridge and Valparaiso.
Every year there are a few players who get left off the IndyStar All-Stars who had a good argument.
Tech guard Jeremie Tyler takes a jump shot over Lawrence Central guard Kyle Guy during the Class 4A Sectional #10 at Lawrence North, March 7, 2014, in Indianapolis.