KNIGHTSTOWN — Following a tough overtime loss to Frankfort on Friday, Crawfordsville got back to winning with a 68-48 rout of Turkey Run at the Hoosier Gym in Knightstown on Saturday. The Athenians (11-4) jumped out to a 5-2 lead and never let the Warriors to get any closer. Unlike in the loss to Frankfort Friday, Crawfordsville kept its foot on the gas. “You could just tell we were more aggressive today,” Crawfordsville coach David Pierce said. “I thought our guys responded
KNIGHTSTOWN — North Montgomery’s losing skid has hit four games. The Chargers offense dwindled in the final moments of a 71-63 overtime loss to Attica Saturday at the Hoosier Gym. The Chargers (6-10) outscored Attica 20-11 in the second quarter to take a 37-28 lead into halftime, but allowed the Red Ramblers to claw back in the second half and force overtime. Seniors Caleb Randolph and Mitch Merica generated a Chargers run to put North Montgomery back up 48-41, but the Red Ra
KNIGHTSTOWN – Lafayette Harrison couldn’t miss in the Hoosier Gym Saturday. The Raiders took an early lead over Southmont and never looked back, defeating the Mounties 96-70. Harrison connected on 37 of 63 field goals in the game and outscored Southmont 27-17 in the first quarter after starting the game on a 16-4 run. Southmont coach Jon Sparks knew Harrison would be a tough opponent, and it only got harder when the Mounties faced a double-digit deficit. Camden Chadd went to
Wabash dropped a North Coast Athletic Conference matchup against Kenyon College on Saturday afternoon at Chadwick Court in Crawfordsville, 70-45.
Leading the Little Giants in scoring was freshman guard Colten Garland, who tallied 12 points. Freshman Harrison Hallstrom and sophomore Evan Frank both had 7 points.
The first half was a close contest between the two teams. Both shot below their season average in the first half, with Wabash (8-11, 4-8 NCAC) shooting 29.2 perc
LEBANON — Marlowe McVay delivered the devastating blow to Sagamore Conference rival Lebanon. The Southmont senior made the game-winning lay-up at the buzzer and Lebanon’s Senior Night turned sour in a hurry with the Mounties knocking off the Tigers 42-41 on Friday. The win over Lebanon was Southmont’s first since 2009. Kasey Burton led Southmont with 15 points, while McVay had 10. Avery Hess added eight. Southmont will begin sectional play on Tuesday against South Putnam at C
NEW MARKET — Southmont’s seniors gave themselves a great Senior Night with a 59-38 win over Covington on Tuesday. Kasey Burton, Reagan Case and Marlowe McVay combined for 46 points to lead the Mounties (12-9) to a fifth straight win — the best streak since 2004-05. Burton was 6-of-7 from the free throw line and finished with 22 points, seven rebounds and seven steals. Case had 15 points, four assists and three steals, while McVay had eight points, four boards, a block, an ass
ROACHDALE — Six free throws in the last minute saved a North Montgomery 30-26 win over North Putnam Monday. The Chargers were 8-of-10 from the line in the fourth quarter as they move to 10-11 with one game left before sectionals next week. Leading 24-21 with a minute remaining, Becca Adams stepped in front of a pass. With 55.1 seconds to go, Caroline McClaskey went to the line and made two on the one-and-one opportunity. McClaskey finished with 11 points to lead the Chargers,
Southmont’s girls basketball team knocked off Crawfordsville 71-45 in Sagamore Conference play on Saturday. It was the Mounties’ second victory over the Athenians this season, and the win earned Southmont two more points in the Journal Review County Chase. The Mounties (11-9, 2-4 SAC) jumped out from the start, took a 21-8 first quarter lead, and never looked back. Southmont finished with four scorers in double-digits and three with double-digit rebounds. Junior Avery Hess le
The County Title could not be decided in four quarters. Crawfordsville picked up a 53-51 double overtime victory over Southmont on Saturday. The pressure was relentless over four quarters and two overtimes in a game that was eerily similar to a meeting at Southmont two weeks ago. That was when James Gineris made the game-winning shot in Crawfordsville’s 54-52 overtime win against Southmont to win the Sugar Creek Classic. Gineris also scored the go ahead lay-up late in a 58-52
Wabash College will celebrate the 35th anniversary of its stunning run through the 1982 NCAA Division III Basketball Tournament that culminated with the College's first national championship on Saturday, Jan. 28. The festivities are built around the Little Giants' home basketball game against Kenyon College at 3 p.m., but begin with the Alumni Game at 1 p.m. at Chadwick Court.
After the varsity game, the current players will host a reception for the 1982 National Champions