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  • Yesterday | via Journal Gazette 

    Spartans reach summit

    The Journal Gazette A shot by Homestead's Jazmyne Geist is blocked by Indianapolis Pike defenders during the third quarter Saturday.


  • Tuesday Feb 21 | via The Corydon Democrat 

    Pairings set for boys' basketball tourney

    Three hundred ninety-nine teams were drawn Sunday and placed into brackets for the 107th annual Indiana High School Athletic Association's Boys' Basketball State Tournament presented by the Indiana Pacers and Indiana Fever.


  • Monday Feb 20 | via Journal Gazette 

    Coach counting on experience

    INDIANAPOLIS The Homestead girls basketball team's trip to Bankers Life Fieldhouse was delayed a year, but coach Rod Parker said he is glad his team is back in that position at the coaches meeting and media day Monday.


  • Monday Feb 20 | via WTCA-AM Plymouth 

    Boys tournament pairings set

    Three hundred ninety-eight teams were drawn today and placed into brackets for the 107th Annual IHSAA Boys Basketball State Tournament presented by the Indiana Pacers and Indiana Fever. Sectional games are scheduled to begin Tuesday, February 28, and run through Saturday, March 4, with the regional round slated for March 11 and semi-states on March 18. The four state championship games that make up the state finals will be played at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis on Saturday, March 25. Fort Wayne North Side is this week's top-ranked team in both the Associated Press Class 4A poll and the single class poll from the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association.


  • Sunday Feb 19 | via The Republic 

    North seniors led title chase

    There were games earlier in the season when the Columbus North girls basketball team fell behind by eight or 10 points and folded. North showed a great sense of maturity in its ability to rally from seven-point first-half deficits to beat Evansville Central and Bedford North Lawrence in the regional.


  • Friday Feb 17 | via The Republic 

    Red Devils go from missing postseason to semistate

    The Pike team that Columbus North will face in the girls basketball semistate didn't even play in the sectional last year. The Red Devils' on-court fight with Ben Davis late in the regular season led the IHSAA to cancel the seasons of both teams.


  • Saturday Feb 11 | via Journal Gazette 

    Reigning champions too strong for Cadets

    COLUMBIA CITY Concordia was able to avenge one loss, but two rematches in the same day proved too big of a task at the Class 3A Columbia City girls basketball regional Saturday.


  • Saturday Feb 11 | via Daily Journal 

    Warriors suffer narrow home defeat

    The Whiteland boys basketball team saw a six-point lead evaporate quickly in the final two minutes against Decatur Central. Khiree Williams had a lot to do with that, hitting two 3-pointers in the final 75 seconds to lift the Hawks to a 62-59 victory against the host Warriors in Mid-State Conference action Friday night.


  • Friday Feb 10 | via WTHR-TV Indianapolis 

    Brownsburg limits one of state's top scorers, beats ...

    The Brownsburg Bulldogs held one of the state's top scorers, Manual senior Courvoisier McCauley, to 19 points, and held his Redskins to a season-low 46 points. Brownsburg beat Manual 63-46 Friday behind a game-high 20 points from sophomore Cameron Alford.


  • Friday Feb 10 | via Daily Reporter 

    High energy: Eastern Hancock prepares for competitiv...

    Kaysi Gilbert used her length and athleticism to bother top-ranked Triton Central. Undersized forward Peyton West used heart and determination to control the glass.


  • Wednesday Feb 8 | via Daily Reporter 

    The Clock is Ticking

    The mood was somber inside and around the locker room as players exited on Tuesday night. The sobering message Mt.


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