LINDEN — North Montgomery used balanced scoring and good free throw shooting to pick up their first Sagamore Athletic Conference victory of the season. The Chargers defeated Frankfort 70-59 at home on Friday night.
A foursome of Chargers scored in double-figures and two other players recorded nine points allowing North Montgomery to overcome a barrage of three-point baskets by the Hot Dogs.
Charger coach Chad Arnold said his team’s offense continues to improve and that is
LINDEN — North Montgomery will honor three of the last, and more importantly three of the best high school basketball teams to come from the North unit in the pre-consolidation era on Friday night at the Sagamore Conference boys’ basketball game against Frankfort.
The Chargers will welcome back the 50th anniversary 1970 Waynetown team, which was the last county school to win the sectional, and the 1969 and 1970 Darlington teams, who both went undefeated in the regular seaso
Fountain Central will travel to Southmont tonight to renew an old Wabash River Conference rivalry.
With both teams coming off conference losses, the Mounties and Mustangs are both hoping to turn a corner entering the final stretch of the regular season.
“At this point in the season it is about two things for us,” Fountain Central coach Phil Shabi said. “Making sure that our bodies and minds are as fresh and healthy as possible, and staying locked in on what it takes to be
Little Giants win sixth straight contest Wabash used a balanced effort in a 71-64 win over DePauw on Wednesday night at Chadwick Court. The win is the sixth-straight for the Little Giants as they avenged a 58-53 loss in Greencastle from Jan. 22.
Led by Jack Davidson’s 16 points, all nine Wabash players that saw action scored in the win.
“I really feel like tonight was the best that we had played 1-9,” Wabash coach Kyle Brumett said. “Every single guy made winning plays.”
LINDEN — North Montgomery shot the ball as well as they have all season in Tuesday’s 58-42 win over visiting Benton Central. The Chargers also shut the door on a Bison comeback with free throws and defensive stops in the final three minutes of the ballgame.
North Montgomery, which has struggled at times in the fourth quarter this season, saw a 14-point lead dip to nine points on two occasions midway through the fourth quarter. The Chargers however made six-of-six charity to
In a Sugar Creek Classic final rematch, Crawfordsville earned redemption over Western Boone with a 67-60 win on Tuesday night in boys’ basketball.
A 25-10 first quarter gave Crawfordsville a double-digit lead as they hit 11-of-13 shots. The Stars clawed back to within five points at the break (35-30), but the Athenians never surrendered the lead and led wire-to-wire, while connecting on 30-of-41 (73%) field goals.
“Obviously our game plan was to go inside tonight,” Crawfo
I missed a historical date a couple of weeks ago after I said I would not, but that’s how it goes sometimes when you get busy.
The date was Jan. 24. What was so special about that date?
OK, how about Jan. 24, 1940? Anyone remember? Especially you Crawfordsville basketball fans?
Last hint? A new place to play the home games?
On Jan. 24, 1940, Crawfordsville High school officially began playing in its new gym (on East College Street). This was the their home until the A
Athenians down Panthers
The Crawfordsville boys’ basketball team defeated Riverton Parke 67-52 on Saturday afternoon.
Jesse Hall led the Athenians with 17 points, while Ty Lynas and Ziair Morgan each added 12.
Crawfordsville is now 10-7 on the season, and hosts Western Boone on Tuesday.
Mounties edge Red Ramblers
The Southmont boys’ basketball team defeated Attica 63-50 on Saturday afternoon.
Austin Bowman led the Mounties with 17 points, while Avery Saunders adde
DANVILLE — Greencastle girls’ basketball team continued its red-hot streak by defeating the North Montgomery Chargers 51-47 in the semifinal final round of the Danville Sectional Friday night.
The win was the ninth out of its last 10 games for the Tiger Cubs (11-12). All 10 of those games have come after the start of the New Year.
For the Chargers the loss ended their season at 10-14. The 10 wins were the most for the Chargers since the team won went 11-13 in the 2016-17
Wabash guard Jack Davidson led the Little Giants to a win over Allegheny with a game-high 30 points. The junior also moved past the 1500-point barrier in the win.
Wabash College outscored visiting Allegheny 12-2 in the last 3:25 of Friday’s game to pick up a hard fought North Coast Athletic Conference victory by a score of 83-71. Little Giant Jack Davidson scored a game-high 30 points including six during the closing run, and moved past the 1,5000-point barrier as a Little