LINDEN — North Montgomery senior Justin Clary scored 17 of his 19 points in the first half, and joined the program’s 1,000-point club on a 3-pointer with 16 seconds left in the second quarter. He’s just the fifth boys basketball player from North Montgomery to reach the milestone. It didn’t take long for Danville to take control, using a quick start to build an early lead in an 84-47 victory over North Montgomery in the final Sagamore Conference game of the year for both team
ATTICA — Cameron Harris became the ninth member of the 1,000-Point Club in Crawfordsville boys basketball history in an 81-48 win at Attica. The senior hit a three-pointer with 7:45 left in the second quarter to give him the 14th point he needed to put a comma in his career total column. “It’s pretty awesome,” he said, still holding the ball after the game. “It’s one of those goals you start to think about when you are a freshman. “It’s a big deal to my family and me.” Harri
NEW MARKET — Southmont interim coach Jake Turner summed up a 67-53 Senior Night win over Fountain Central quite simply. “In 5-10-20 years, these guys will only remember one thing about Senior Night — they won,” Turner noted. “All the rest are just details.” The details in the victory, that moves the Mounties to 12-7 on the season and drops the Mustangs to 6-13, are as diverse as doing your taxes. South staked out an early lead, but trailed at the end of the first quarter. A d
This article first appeared in the Journal Review on Feb. 8, 2018 Crawfordsville graduate Matt McCarty is still rewriting the basketball record book some 14 years after graduation. McCarty a 1994 Crawfordsville graduate, and now a member of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department, was one of the top basketball players to ever wear a gold and blue jersey. He still holds the school record for things like most points in a game (57 vs. Frankfort) and points in a season 719 (in
The season is over for girls basketball teams in Montgomery County. Crawfordsville, Southmont and North Montgomery all saw their seasons end in the sectional. Southmont’s girls basketball season came to an end Friday with a 63-35 Class 3A Sectional 25 loss to Greencastle. Claire Remley and Paige Knowling each had five points for South, and five players had three rebounds each. For the game, the Mounties were 14-of-37 from the field, 3-of-12 from long range and 4-of-14 from th
Wabash avenged a loss to Allegheny earlier this season by defeating the visiting Gators Saturday 72-61.
The Little Giants (11-10, 7-7 NCAC) lost 75-71 at Allegheny on December 17. This time Wabash never trailed in the game, taking the lead 3-0 on an Alex Eberhard basket after neither team scored in the opening 1:55 of the contest. Wabash took a four-point lead in the early going before Allegheny (5-16, 2-12 NCAC) evened the score at 15-15. The Little Giants used a 7-0 run