The pairings for the first round of the boys basketball IHSAA tournament were released Sunday
One week after the high school swimming and diving season came to an end, the boys became their postseason. Carroll and Warsaw each winning sectional titles on Saturday in the pool.
The regional round of the IHSAA girls basketball tournament claimed five more regional teams Saturday. Canterbury, Homestead, and Wabash, however, all advanced to semi-state by winning a regional championship.
He had finished as the state runner-up twice before, but never had East Noble’s Garrett Pepple been crowened as a wrestling state champion. That changed Saturday when the Knights grappler won the IHSAA Wrestling Championship in the 113 pound division.
A list of high school boys basketball scores from Friday night across northeast Indiana.
Homestead hadn’t lost a game to a team from Indiana all season, but that changed Friday night with a dominant performance by Snider as the Panthers left Aboite with a 81-68 win over the 4A no. 2 Spartans with Michigan State’s Tom Izzo and Purdue’s Matt Painter among the onlookers.
A former high school place kicker will bring his big leg to the Saint Francis football program this fall. Heritage senior Chase Myers has signed on to kick with the Cougars in the fall.
An area club volleyball player, and Concordia senior, will continue her volleyball career in the Summit City. Megan Grams signed on with Indiana Tech’s volleyball program Friday afternoon.
Another member of the 2014 Bishop Luers football team has signed on with a college program. On Friday, senior Andrew Baehl signed with St. Joseph College in Rensselaer.
Joseph Veracco tallied 26 points while Marcus Stepp added 18 as Bishop Dwenger handed 3A no. 2 Leo its first loss of the season by beating the Lions 77-68 on Wednesday night.
Carroll also topped Snider 53-50 in area boys basketball on 2/17.
When most people think of Indiana, basketball is one of the first things that comes to mind. This state is rich with basketball history, and Tuesday night in Butler, Indiana high school basketball history came alive.