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The 107th annual Indiana High School Athletic Association boys basketball tournament begins Tuesday, Feb. 28. Here's a look at the schedule in Classes 1A-4A and the games you can catch on Indy's Sportscenter below. CLASS 4A East Chicago Central G1: Hammond Morton vs. Highland...
Attucks features a lineup full of senior and junior talent With a win over Class A No. 1 Tindley on Thursday, and a Pioneer Academic Athletic Conference tourney title against University on Saturday, it was a big week for 3A No. 9 Attucks and first-year coach Chris Hawkins. While...
With just one starter back, it took a few weeks for traditional hoops power to find its stride. After a 3-3 start to the season, some wondered, “What’s up with Pike?” With a 12-1 record and Marion County title since then, no one’s wondering that anymore. With one starter back...
Cathedral, which has one sectional title since 1998, plays in the toughest postseason bracket in the state, possibly the country. When Cathedral coach Jason Delaney took over the program in August, after Andy Fagan left for an assistant’s gig at IUPUI, he knew the Irish would...
HSE went 14-12 a year ago, but a cohesive mix of age and youth has Royals playing at a higher level. With losses only to No. 1 North Central and No. 6 Warren Central, Class 4A No. 11 Hamilton Southeastern is off to the kind of start 16th-year Royals coach Brian Satterfield hoped...
How different is the Warren Central boys basketball team in year two under head coach Criss Beyers? With Tuesday’s 67-58 win over Lawrence Central in the opening round of the Marion County tournament, the Warriors equaled last season’s victory total.
Danville went 5-0 with coach Brian Barber on the mend, then reeled off four impressive wins to take the Ted Throckmorton Memorial Tournament in Jeffersonville. Five weeks before his team’s first game of the season, Danville boys basketball coach Brian Barber was on life support...
North Central wins include one over then-No. 1 and defending Class 4A champ New Albany, and No. 2 Carmel last Friday. With flying colors, North Central passed quite an early-season test in a recent eight-day period. The Panthers (5-0) topped Hamilton Southeastern and talented...
After regional defeats in consecutive seasons, Greyhounds eye Final Four and beyond this year. It usually takes time to develop cohesion when a basketball team returns just two starters from the previous season, but not with this year’s Carmel Greyhounds. With five straight wins...