Brad Nadborne

Nadborne Steps Down As Manchester Men’s Basketball Coach

Manchester University Director of Athletics Rick Espeset announced today that Brad Nadborne has stepped down as head men’s basketball coach. He will remain in his role as an instructor for the university’s Exercise and Sport Science department through the end of 2014-15.

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WBB: Huntington edges Goshen 69-63 to advance

The Huntington Foresters live to see another day in the Crossroads League Women’s Basketball Tournament, taking down Goshen 69-63 at Platt Arena on Tuesday night.

Caleb Swanigan

2/24 Prep Basketball Recap

Caleb Swanigan tallied 24 points to become Homestead’s all-time leading scorer as the 4A no. 4 Spartans topped Northrop 77-52 to headline area prep basketball action on Tuesday.

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Canterbury Girls Prep For Saturday’s Semistate Showdown

The Canterbury girls basketball team will be looking to win the program’s fourth consecutive semistate championship and seventh since 2008 as the Cavaliers prepare to face Wabash in 2A play Saturday at 4 p.m. in Warsaw.

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MBB: Syracuse Upsets No. 9 Notre Dame In South Bend

B.J. Johnson scored 19 points, Rakeem Christmas added 14 despite being in foul trouble and Syracuse held ninth-ranked Notre Dame to 35 percent shooting in a 65-60 victory Tuesday night.

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WBB: Taylor Leads USF Over Grace

Saint Francis opened Crossroads League Tournament play with an 87-59 victory over Grace in first round action Tuesday night at the Hutzell Athletic Center.

TOTW Wabash Girls Basketball

TOTW: Wabash Girls Basketball

Wabash High School had won only five regional championship ever before this year. The Apaches had won two baseball regionals to go along with three boys basketball regional titles. Now the school has its first regional in girls sports, after the girls basketball team won the 2A Lapel Regional over the weekend, and for that WANE-TV is proud to honor the Chargers as the FWO Team of the Week.

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2/23 Prep Basketball Recap

Tyron Kinnie tallied a game-high 22 points to lead New Haven over Bishop Luers 62-56 on Monday night to headline area basketball action.