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1 hr ago | The Tribune
From a timeout in the second quarter with an 11-point lead in Tuesday's season-opener, the Brownstown Central boys basketball team went on a pair of runs for a 49-21 advantage against Salem.
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5 hrs ago | The Star Press
Southside overcame an explosive game by Winchester's top player and came out ahead in overtime Tuesday.
9 hrs ago | WTHR-TV Indianapolis
Democratic schools Superintendent Glenda Ritz and other members of the Indiana State Board of Education are meeting with a mediator called in to help with the state's ongoing education battles.
Rick Peckinpaugh wanted to see more emotion from his team after a sluggish first half, and Darnell Butler got the message.
Twin Lakes senior Cameron Bennington scored 12 of his game-high 20 points during the pivotal third quarter Tuesday night to help lead the Indians to a 61-47 victory over Benton Central at the J&C Hoops Classic inside the Crawley Center.
It's a busy weekend for Richmond basketball. The Red Devils play host Friday to Class 4A No.
The beginning made all the difference. A quick start by Union County's boys basketball Patriots gave the home team a lead it never surrendered, and UC held off a spirited Seton Catholic effort throughout to post a 78-68 win in Tuesday night's home opener for the Patriots.
The Hauser girls basketball team was within two points of Class A No. 8 Jac-Cen-Del with a minute left in the first half Monday night, but the Eagles pulled away for a 52-32 win.
Harrison remained No. 2 in The Associated Press Class 4A boys' basketball poll. Bosse dipped from a tie for No.
Lance Stephenson left the fans at Bankers Life Fieldhouse wanting more after he made numerous "outlandish," "fancy," and "insane" passes against the Washington Wizards.
Nai Carlisle capped his big fourth quarter with a nothing but net jumper with 1.1 seconds remaining to give West Lafayette a 46-44 victory over Harrison in the J&C Hoops Classic opener Monday night at the Crawley Center.
SETTING THE PACE: Switzerland County's Ben Curran and Southwestern's Tristan Embs dive to the floor after a loose ball during Saturday's game in Hanover.
With the high school football season wrapping up this weekend, it feels like high school basketball season has now "officially" arrived.
There's going to be some competition in that Class A sectional for the Central Catholic Knights.
Welcome to the first boys basketball 5 things post. It was successful with the girls last season and will continue to be a weekly blog this season.
TURKEY SWEEP: Madison's girls celebrate with the Victory Bell after their 71-41 win over Southwestern in the Turkey Shootout on Wednesday.