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A year ago at this time, Class 3A No. 7 Danville had seven losses, and had given up 60 or more points seven times. Currently at 14-4, opponents have reached that threshold just three times, and the Warriors are yielding six points fewer per game than last season. “Any time you...
Early in the new year, coming off a disappointing loss to Beech Grove, Tri-West’s bid to defend its Hendricks County tourney title ended quickly, with an opening loss to 1-8 Avon. The next day, in front of a sparse consolation-game crowd, the Bruins trailed by 10 against...
When a program graduates an Indiana All-Star like Mack Smith – who earned Ohio Valley Conference Freshman of the Week at Eastern Illinois last week – you typically expect a dip in team performance, at least at the start of a new season. For multiple reasons, with Class 4A No. 1...
With victories over Danville, Plainfield and then rival Avon in Saturday’s title game, Brownsburg won its first Hendricks County tournament in three years this past week. The 10-2 Bulldogs, whose losses came against prep school power LaPorte LaLumiere and defending 4A champ Ben...
With the graduation of a senior class led by current Ball State freshman Zach Gunn, Hamilton Southeastern lost loads of experience and more than 40 points per game from last season. You wouldn’t know it by how the Class 4A No. 2 Royals have looked this year. HSE notched four...
Entering this season, Zionsville’s last boys basketball win over Carmel came on Feb. 6, 2010. After that, the Greyhounds reeled off 10 straight victories in the series, by an average margin of 14 points. Facing Class 4A No. 4 Carmel in this year’s season opener, Zionsville...
Crispus Attucks won last season’s Class 3A title with a senior starting trio of Nike Sibande - now a freshman starter at Miami (Ohio) - Teyon Scanlan and Alex Cooley, who averaged a combined 46 points per game. Their departure left some lineup uncertainty entering this year, but...
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Ben Davis coach Mark James doesn’t have to worry about a team hangover from last season’s epic run to the Class 4A state championship, following the graduation of four starters and five of its top seven players. “Most of that team is gone. We’re starting over and starting a new...