The 41st annual IHSAA girls state basketball tournament tipped off on Tuesday night with first round sectional play all across northeast Indiana.
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Warsaw and Carroll are each up one spot in 4A while Homestead is receiving votes, Columbia City and Angola receiving votes in 3A.
Kyle Mallers scored 19 points to lead 4A no. 9 over former NHC rival DeKalb 61-45 to headline local prep basketball action on Monday night.
Homestead stays at no. 2 in 4A, Norwell remains 3A no. 5, while Whitko hangs at 2A no. 7
IHSAA sectional championships were held Saturday afternoon at Carroll High School and host Chargers brought home their sixth straight sectional title. Carroll will advance 13 individuals on to the regional championships.
The IHSAA Sectional Championship was held at New Haven High School Saturday morning where the Leo Lions took home the hardware leading all schools with 175.0 points and advances 8 individuals onto regionals.
The first ever Northeast 8 girls basketball title will be shared between Norwell and East Noble.
Snider’s Kyla Covington and Heritage’s Jacque Jacquay both came up with big performances in key wins on Friday night, earning each the honor of “Fill It Up” All-Star honors for January 29.
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Homestead and Carroll continue to make the transition to the SAC look easy as both the Spartans and Chargers won on Friday night to improve to 6-0 in league play.
Both Kayla Knapke and Reggie Tharp led their teams to a dramatic win last Friday on the way to earning Fill It Up All-Star honors on January 22.
Carroll will put its unblemished SAC record on the line Friday night against Snider in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”
After 24 years on the Norwell football coaching staff – the last 16 as head coach – Jeff Miller has retired from the sidelines.
The Chargers earned a resounding 5-1 victory to take sole possession of the league’s top spot.
Ian Kissell led Norwell with 21 points as the Knights defeated Wayne 55-49 in overtime to earn Norwell its fifth win in a row.
The Bishop Dwenger boys topped 1A no. 16 Blackhawk Christian while the 3A no. 5 Norwell girls edged Bishop Luers to headline local prep basketball action on Tuesday night.
Warsaw climbs to 4A no. 5, Carroll slides to 4A no. 9, while North Side, Columbia City, Angola, and Blackhawk are all receiving votes.
Jack Ferguson led a balanced Homestead attack with 20 points as the Spartans topped Leo 78-56 on Monday night in the only local high school basketball game on the slate.
The drawing for the 41st annual 2015-16 Indiana girls basketball state tournament was held by the IHSAA on Monday night at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.