The Southmont junior high seventh-grade boys' basketball team was crowned the Montgomery County champion with a 64-12 win over Crawfordsville and 36-26 win over Northridge. The Mounties finished the season 15-5 and won tournament championships at Covington and Cloverdale..Pictured Above: Front Row L-R Vince Reimondo, Evan Watson, Hunter McArthur, Kyle Sobelewski, Jackson Bushong, and Tyler Petroski. Back Row L-R Coach Rob Reimondo, Dylan Howell, Ty McGaughey, Aaron McMasters,
WILLIAMSPORT — Southmont’s girls’ basketball team saw its seven-game winning streak come to an abrupt halt as Seeger handed the Mounties a 41-26 loss Wednesday night as part of a make-up girls/boys doubleheader’s.
The Mounties entered the game with its longest winning streak in since it posts a nine-game win streak early in the 2004-05 season. However, the Patriots’ defense was too much for the Mounties to figure out.
“They are a very hard team to score against and we kne
WILLIAMSPORT — Southmont’s boys basketball team went into overtime for the third time in its last four games before pulling out a 46-40 win over Seeger Wednesday night in a makeup game.
Coming off a thrilling overtime win over Crawfordsville on Saturday, the Mounties had the ball with the score tied at 38 but failed to get a shot off in the final 18 seconds to send the game into overtime.
In the extra session the Mounties (4-12) took the lead for good at 41-40 with 59 sec
For the first and only time this season, all six Montgomery County basketball teams will hit the floor on a single Friday night. Crawfordsville will host Frankfort, North Montgomery will welcome Western Boone, and Southmont will host Lebanon.
The Crawfordsville girls’ basketball team picked up a key win on Tuesday night 55-48 over North Vermillion. The Athenians (5-16, 0-6 SAC) are in search of their first Sagamore Conference win when they take on the 2-18
West Lafayette beats North Montgomery on last-second free throw LINDEN — It came down to the last point scored, and that point belonged to West Lafayette in a 56-55 win over North Montgomery.
The Chargers, down nine at the midpoint of the fourth quarter, hit their last four 3-pointers and tied the game at 55 with 22 seconds left on a Jaron Bradford triple.
The Red Devils, who move to 8-7 with the win, worked the ball inside and after a collision, Will Lasater went to the
It’s hard to believe it’s that time of year again but Sunday was the IHSAA drawing for the Girls State Basketball Tournament.
To be honest the postseason has not been the best of times for the three county teams, especially in the past decade. In fact, despite playing in two different classes and two different sectionals some years the county was able to only come up with one sectional title – that coming in 2014 when Southmont won its eighth overall title.
Looking back a
All four local girls’ basketball teams learned their match-ups for the Indiana High School Athletic Association state tournament that begins next week.
In the Class 2A Sectional at Sheridan, Fountain Central received a bye and will play the winner of Sheridan (7-12) and Seeger (17-3) in the second semi-final on Friday, Feb. 7 at 7:30 p.m.
The Mustangs are 4-15 on the season, and have lost to the Patriots twice. Seeger beat Fountain Central 58-13 in Dece
There is no place like home for Wabash, as the Little Giants won their sixth-straight home game with an 88-65 NCAC win over Denison Saturday.
With the only home loss coming on Opening Night against No. 25 ranked Centre by one point, Mac Petty Floor at Chadwick Court is certainly friendly confines for the Little Giants, who move to 10-7 on the season and at 6-4, stay in third place in the conference with the win. Denison falls to 5-12 and 2-8 in the league.
“We’ve played g
NEW MARKET — Just as Crawfordsville looked to be in control, Southmont stormed back to defeat the Athenians 49-44 to claim a third-straight Montgomery County title on Saturday night.
Trailing 39-30 early in the fourth quarter, the Mounties needed an answer offensively, and found it in a variety of ways.
Sidney Veatch hit two free throws and Hannah Thompson buried a 3-pointer to make it 39-35, and after the Athenians responded with a 3-0 run, Belle Miller, Claire Remley, a
NEW MARKET — It was sweet, sweet revenge for Southmont boys’ basketball on Saturday night.
Just 15 days removed from a 84-43 blowout loss to Crawfordsville, the Mounties overcame a six-point deficit in the fourth quarter to top the Athenians 58-56 in overtime, and clinch the county title.
“We were really embarrassed from the first time we played them, and we were really angry,” Southmont coach Jake Turner said. “We wanted to play with a chip on our shoulders, and take it