A 19-4 scoring run by Elmhurst midway through the second half of Saturday's basketball game against Wabash sent the 23rd-ranked Little Giants to an 83-66 road loss.
Wabash (4-2) took a 48-47 lead with 14:54 remaining in the game on a Jack Davidson three-point basket. Elmhurst (5-0), sitting just outside the top-25 in the latest D3hoops.com rankings, scored the next 10 points over the span of three minutes to jump in front 57-48. Jay Militello scored back-to-back baskets to
LINDEN — The North Montgomery senior class has waited their turn. They waited their turn in football, and produced a winning season as seniors for the first time since 2015. And now under their third head coach in four seasons — the group of six seniors is ready to turn the tides for Charger basketball.
North Montgomery finished 5-18 last season, and hasn’t had a winning record since 2015-16 when they went 15-8 in Joel Grindle’s last season. Chad Arnold was hired in May to
Coming off a 16-win season and Sagamore Conference championship — Crawfordsville boys’ basketball continues to be hungry for success. Reigning Journal Review player of the year Jesse Hall is back for his junior season, and so is senior point guard Karsten Williamson. They return a combined 25 points per game, and will be leaned on heavily as the Athenians chase repeat success.
“We are going to lean on them heavily, and they’re going to carry a lot of our burden and our weig
A pair of scoring runs in the first and second half pushed Greencastle past Crawfordsville 55-49 in the season opener for both teams on Tuesday night.
In a rematch of the sectional overtime thriller won by the Tiger Cubs last March, the duo once again didn’t disappoint.
Trailing 51-41 with less than 90 seconds to play, the Athenians cut the lead to 51-49 on a Ty Lynas 3-pointer with 26 seconds left — only to watch the Tiger Cubs knock down 4-of-6 shots from the foul line
LINDEN — Despite a strong start, Southmont was unable to unseat the defending champs as Western Boone won their 11th straight girls’ Sugar Creek Classic (Presented by Franciscan Health) titles with a 46-35 win over the Mounties on Saturday night at North Montgomery.
The Mounties (3-2) jumped out to a 14-6 lead early in the second quarter, before Kara Brewer and Tori Wilkinson took the game over — giving the Stars (3-2) the lead for good at 21-20 heading into the half.
LINDEN — For the second consecutive game, North Montgomery’s Grace McClaskey shut down the opposing teams’ best player. And on Saturday night, the Chargers’ offense came alive in a 50-41 win over Crawfordsville in the third-place game of the 13th Annual Girls’ Sugar Creek Classic presented by Franciscan Health. In Thursday night’s loss to Southmont, Lauren Kellerman led the Athenians with 23 points. And just like McClaskey held Western Boone’s Kara Brewer to four points on Th