Boys Prep Basketball
Had the IHSAA sent Lake Central's boys basketball team to the moon for Saturday's semistate, the Indians would've taken it. Gladly.
MICHIGAN CITY | It would've been easy to start dancing. A few chest bumps and pointing to the crowd, also would've been appropriate.
GARY | It is not how you start. It is how you finish.
MERRILLVILLE | Parker Huttel has spent a lot of time in the summer from coast to coast, playing high level travel baseball.
HAMMOND | On paper, it seemed like it would be easier, that Indiana tradition of climbing up ladders in March.
EAST CHICAGO | Frank Kollintzas used to stand in the southeast corner of the Baratto Center's gym. E.C. Central was a state power. The bleachers were always full.
HAMMOND | The fans looked on with a sense of shock on Wednesday night. The Civic Center crowd saw Bowman Academy play its first sectional game in Class 3A and the Eagles' top player, Davon Dillard, never left the bench.
HAMMOND | It's winners week in Indiana. We've been doing this for 104 years. Ain't it fun?
HAMMOND | Griffith coach Gary Hayes had a smile on his face after Wednesday night's opening win over Hammond, 49-41, in the Class 3A sectional.
HEBRON | Hebron boys basketball coach John Steinhilber had an official speak with him before his Hawks took on Boone Grove on Tuesday night.
Abe Brown was in his classroom on Friday, Feb. 14. On this cold Valentine's Day, the boys basketball coach at E.C. Central searched the Internet for some local news.
MERRILLVILLE | Although he’s not planning to play basketball in college, Larry Crisler still has the clutch gene deep in his DNA.
GRIFFITH | Griffith’s Chad Noldin wasn’t holding back.
GARY | The 21st Century gym was packed with families on senior night, but it was a player coach Rodney Williams called a "seasoned sophomore" who sealed a tough victory for the Cougars.
MERRILLVILLE | Friday night’s regular season finale between Lowell and host Merrillville came down to the wire – three times.
(Records through Wednesday)
Predicting title winners has been a tradition for sports scribblers. So it's time for your above-the-rim Nostradamus to slip on his Air Jordans, comb the cookie crumbs out of the beard and let you know who will win our local sectionals and the state championships.
(Records through Wednesday; last week's rankings in parentheses)
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