Wabash captured the number-two seed in next week's North Coast Athletic Conference men's basketball tournament with a 76-54 road victory at Oberlin Saturday afternoon, combined with an overtime loss by third-seeded Wooster.
The Little Giants (17-8, 13-5 NCAC) earned the second seed for the third time since joining the NCAC for the 1999-2000 season. Wabash was the number-two seed in the 2000 and 2010 tournaments. The second-place finish in the NCAC regular season standings
FRANKFORT — After a 10-day layoff the Southmont boys’ basketball was looking to get a road Sagamore Athletic Conference win but the Frankfort Hot Dogs would not have any part of that and handed the Mounties a 65-54 defeat at Case Arena Friday night.
The loss marked the marked the sixth-straight time the Mounties have lost at Case Arena which dates back to 2012.
The Mounties (5-13) showed signs of rust in the first quarter as they fell behind 20-8, primarily because it cou
North Montgomery's Alex Wallace led the Chargers with 16 points in a 77-60 loss at Tri-West on Friday. LIZTON — Tri-West broke open a close game by outscoring North Montgomery by 17 points in the third quarter. The Bruins went on to cruise to a 77-60 Sagamore Conference victory over visiting North Montgomery.
Charger coach Chad Arnold said he was disappointed with his team’s effort, especially in the deciding third period after his team trailed by just one point, 33-32, at
Crawfordsville's Karsten Williamson scored 11 points on senior night in a 83-52 loss to Danville. Danville did all the right things in a 83-52 blowout win over Crawfordsville on Friday night.
The Class 3A No. 2 ranked Warriors connected on 34-of-66 (52%) shots from the field, out-rebounded the Athenians 40-31 and forced Crawfordsville into 19 turnovers.
“No question is it difficult,” Athenians coach David Pierce said of facing the Warrior’s pressure. “They’re just intimid
Wabash College junior guard Jack Davidson has been named to the 2019-2020 Academic All-District VII Men's Basketball Team, selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). Davidson earned All-District honors for the second consecutive season.
Davidson is majoring in economics with a 3.59 cumulative grade point average. He ranks second among North Coast Athletic Conference players in scoring with a 20.3 points-per-game average. He also leads the NCA
Wabash and fifth-ranked Wittenberg traded baskets throughout Wednesday evenings North Coast Athletic Conference basketball game. The Little Giants saw their 10-game winning streak end along with their Senior Night festivities spoiled in a 78-69 loss to the visiting Tigers.
Wabash (16-8, 12-5 NCAC) and Wittenberg (23-1, 16-1) each made 27 field goals in the contest. The Little Giants hit one more three-point attempt by making 7-of-18 long-range shots compared to 6-of-18 fro
Wabash senior Harrison Hallstrom had six points and 14 rebounds in a 78-69 loss to No. 5 ranked Wittenberg on Wednesday night. Wabash honored their three seniors, but the Little Giants came up short to No.5 Wittenberg, losing their last regular season home game 78-69.
The loss snaps a seven-game win streak for Wabash, and stops a 10-game home win streak. The Little Giants fall to 16-8 overall and remain in third place in the NCAC with a 12-5 record.
The Tigers, who had al
North Montgomery's Jaron Bradford takes a jump shot in the Chargers 70-59 win over Frankfort. Crawfordsville’s boys’ basketball team remembers the 71-63 loss at Danville last season that denied them the outright Sagamore Conference title, and the Athenians will get a chance to give the Warriors their first league loss on Friday night.
It won’t be easy.
Take nothing away from the Athenians’ 12-8 record and 4-2 SAC stance, but Danville has played at a level the Sagamore Con
Central Catholic turned an early double-digit lead into a 78-60 blowout win over Crawfordsville on Tuesday night.
After the opening basket by Jesse Hall gave the Athenians a 2-0 lead, the Class A No. 5 ranked Knights hit three straight 3-pointers and ended the first quarter with a 29-13 advantage, and led 58-27 at the half.
The Knights shot 62% (28-of-45) overall on the night. The Athenians (12-8) were able to stop the bleeding a little bit in the second half, holding Cen
LIZTON — Ian Hensley sparked the run, Karsten Williamson closed the deal, and Jesse Hall was steady in a 79-63 blowout Crawfordsville win over Sagamore Conference foe Tri-West on Friday night.
Hensley scored all 13 of his points in the first half, as the Athenians took a 41-23 lead into the break. The sophomore buried his second 3-pointer at the 5:12 mark in the first quarter to start a 21-9 run over the next 6:39.
“Go to the rim and be physical,” Crawfordsville coach Dav