LINDEN — North Putnam stormed back from an early deficit to bury North Montgomery 56-34 on Tuesday night in girls’ basketball action.
Trailing 9-3, the Cougars (9-8) went on a 14-2 run to end the quarter, and took a 33-16 lead into the half behind nine points from Hannah Sims. The senior led all scorers with 14 points.
“North Put came out with a lot of energy and a lot of excitement,” North Montgomery coach Ryan Nuppnau said. “And we knew they were going to do that. They’
Wingate was even more successful, winning the County basketball title in 1932 when they beat New Richmond and again in 1935 and 1936. The gold and blue had won sectionals in 1917, 1918, 1922, 1925, and 1931. As all Hoosier basketball fans know, Wingate became the first repeat winner of the IHSAA State Championship by outclassing the entire field in 1913 and 1914.
Earl Pattengale coached everything but track in the first three years at CCC. You will see his picture in the
Darlington High School had a long and storied basketball history. According to John “Butch” Dale, basketball was introduced at Darlington in 1906-07. Its story is similar to that of the other schools. Mr. Harry Wright, the principal at that time, mentioned to the boys the basic rules of the game. Interest was stirred up enough that the boys went out and bought a basketball and began playing a crude adaption of the game on a rough outdoor court. Trees were used as goals, and w
Crawfordsville’s girls’ basketball team couldn’t get the shots to fall in a 55-43 loss to Parke Heritage Saturday.
The Athenians fall to 2-12 with the loss while the Wolves move to 6-10.
“We got a lot of good looks,” Crawfordsville coach Tyler Smith said. “We just have to make them fall, especially in the first half. Too many good shots just didn’t connect.”
The home team kept their turnovers down and stayed even with PH on the boards, but 37 missed shots were simply to
Crawfordsville’s boys’ basketball team got 2020 off to a good start with a convincing 58-44 win over Parke Heritage.
A solid combination of offense and defense set the tone for the Athenians, who move to 5-3 on the season while the Wolves drop to 10-3.
The youngsters were also a big part.
“We started three sophomores,” Athenians coach David Pierce said. “We got off to a great start against a 10-2 team. We challenged the guys coming in that we needed to come in and play
Former Southmont standout Kaleb Swick is now a starter for Adrian College Men’s basketball team Swick leads Bulldogs to pair of wins
Southmont graduate and former standout basketball player Kaleb Swick helped Adrian College to a pair of men’s basketball wins just before Christmas to even the Bulldogs record at 5-5.
Swick scored 13 points and grabbed six rebounds in Adrian’s 82-61 win over Loras, and six points, five rebounds, and three assists in the Bulldogs 94-87 win ov