Greenwood Sports News

Greenwood Sports News

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  • Yesterday | via Daily Journal 

    Braves squander lead then run past Woodmen

    In less than five minutes, the Indian Creek boys basketball team watched the double-digit lead it had spent more than a half building evaporate completely. Having weathered a ferocious Greenwood rally in the third quarter, Indian Creek roared back with a 13-0 run in the fourth, clearing the way for a 48-39 home victory Tuesday night.


  • Saturday Feb 17 | via Daily Journal 

    Center Grove hits foul shots to top Panthers

    For a couple of weeks in late January, the Center Grove boys basketball team was struggling to hang on to fourth-quarter leads. Trayce Jackson-Davis scored a game-high 30 points and Center Grove kept visiting North Central at arm's length down the stretch for a 78-67 victory Friday night.


  • Friday Feb 16 | via Daily Journal 

    Franklin wins, splits Mid-State title

    That approach allowed the Grizzly Cubs to pull away for a 48-36 road win and clinch a share of the Mid-State Conference title Friday.


  • Tuesday Feb 13 | via Daily Journal 

    Cougars push tempo, use balance in big victory

    From a stifling fullcourt press to a balanced scoring effort out of an offense that pushed the ball upcourt at every opportunity, Greenwood Christian's boys basketball team ran visiting Waldron out of the gym Tuesday night. The host Cougars used all of those attributes to build a 19-0 run that spanned the first and second quarters and enabled them to blow out the visiting Mohawks 96-56.


  • Wednesday Feb 7 | via Daily Journal 

    Trojans send 7 more athletes to Division I

    Center Grove senior Cassidy Hardin shoots over North Central freshman Alivia Terry during their game on Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018 at North Central High School. Scott Roberson / Daily Journal Seven Center Grove athletes bound for Division I programs headline the list of local high school students signing collegiate letters of intent this month.


  • Friday Feb 2 | via Daily Journal 

    College update a " February 3

    P urdue senior hurdler Justin Veteto won the 60-meter hurdles at the Boilermakers' annual Fred Wilt track and field invitational in a time of 8.05 seconds. The former football and track standout at Center Grove broke the eight-second barrier in his preliminary race with a 7.99.