NEW MARKET — Southmont’s girls basketball team picked up their first Sagamore Conference win with a convincing 69-34 defeat of Frankfort. The Mounties jumped out early in the game with a 20-point first quarter, and finished with a 20-point fourth in running their record to 10-9 on the season and 1-4 in the conference while the Hot Dogs fall to 2-19 and 0-6 in the loop. Reagan Case led the Mounties in scoring with 22 points. The senior guard also hit all four of South’s 3-poin
Crawfordsville turned it on in the third quarter, made key stops and put together a run to pull away in a 64-48 victory over Fountain Central on Friday. The Athenians made it nearly impossible for the Mustangs to get things going during the first part of the third quarter during a 13-3 spurt to take an 18-point lead. James Gineris scored 15 points on 7-of-8 shooting and Cameron Harris made three 3-pointers and had 13 points to help the Athenians bounce back following a 102-52
The Wabash basketball team was unable to overcome an early deficit in its 95-54 loss Saturday afternoon to the College of Wooster.
The Scots 11-6, 8-2 NCAC) took a 15-0 lead before Ronald Ryan connected on a three-point try to put Wabash on the scoreboard. The Little Giants drew to within ten points twice over the next four minutes with a basket from Logan White and a three-pointer from Colten Garland. Wabash got no closer as Wooster extended its lead to 20 at halftime pri
Wabash versus DePauw is always a trilling matchup no matter what court, field, or pool they are in. Wednesday night at Chadwick Court on Mac Petty Floor was no different in the Little Giants' thrilling 86-80 win in overtime.
"It was a really gutsy performance," coach Kyle Brumett said. "You know they will make a run and our shooting in the first half was unbelievable. I was prepared to have a few offensive struggles in the second half."
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LINDEN — North Montgomery girls’ basketball coach Ryan Nuppnau knew his team might have a letdown for Tuesday’s game against Greencastle after winning the Montgomery County title in its last outing on Thursday. Coach Nuppnau’s worst nightmare came to fruition as the visiting Tiger Cubs (11-7) raced out to a 19-7 lead after the first eight minutes of play and never looked back on its way to a 63-35 victory over the Chargers (8-9). Greencastle hit 7 of 11 shots from the floor i
DOVER — Everything Western Boone did worked Tuesday night in a girls basketball match-up against Crawfordsville. The Lady Stars trailed for less than 20 seconds in a 72-28 victory that improved their record to 9-8 on the season and 2-2 in the Sagamore Conference. Crawfordsville took its only lead of the game at 3-2 on a 3-pointer by Lauren Kellerman, but Western Boone scored the next eight points to grab the lead for good. A Kellerman 3-pointer cut the Athenian deficit to 10-
NEW MARKET — Crawfordsville’s 54-52 overtime win over Southmont in the Sugar Creek Classic Championship Game was simply that. Both teams had a chance to win it in regulation, and then Southmont tied it twice in the overtime minutes, but finally, Crawfordsville’s James Gineris banked in a shot as the buzzer sounded to give the Athenians the win, and their second-ever Classic championship. Gineris hit the game-winner, but he was the third guy rotating toward the basket as the A
WILLIAMSPORT — Crawfordsville’s boys basketball team used a solid second half defensive effort to propel them to a 45-42 win over Seeger Tuesday night. The Athenians, who move to 5-2 on the season, also picked up the pace offensively in the final two quarters to erase a seven-point halftime deficit. Leading the way was senior forward Trent Johnson. His double-double of 15 points and 16 rebounds were game-best numbers. Seven of Johnson’s rebounds came on the offensive end, whe