High School Sports
When Calumet Christian School volleyball coach Melinda Carr learned the Indiana High School Athletic Association adopted a bylaw to allow home-schooled students to participate in IHSAA-sanctioned sports, Carr said two words.
The IHSAA's Board of Directors were busy on Monday. The new sectional alignments for all sports were released for the next two school seasons, and the IHSAA approved home-school students to participate in athletics in the school district where they live.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana House honored the 10 girls of the state champion Portage High School gymnastics team Thursday for their achievements on and off the mats.
LOS ANGELES | Steve Alford was hired as UCLA basketball coach on Saturday, spurning New Mexico days after he agreed to a new 10-year deal with the Lobos for a chance to run what he called "the premier basketball program in the country."
New Mexico coach Steve Alford directs his team against Colorado State in February. UCLA has hired New Mexico's Alford as its new head basketball coach.
IOWA CITY, Iowa | Skylar Diggins hit the layup, drew the foul and pumped her fist as though she was playing in South Bend rather than Iowa City.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. | Purdue matched the Louisville women on the Cardinals' home floor for 34 minutes. The final 5:33 of the first half proved to be too much.
INDIANAPOLIS | Indiana athletic director Fred Glass must be ready for the game each time he goes out.
Indiana guard Victor Oladipo and forward Cody Zeller celebrate after they defeated Temple 58-52 on Sunday in Dayton, Ohio.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. | Louisville coach Jeff Walz has liked Purdue forward Drey Mingo's game since he recruited her back in high school. Now he hopes she misses every shot against his Cardinals.
Purdue's Drey Mingo speaks with reporters before practice for a second round game in the women's NCAA tournament in Louisville, Ky., on Monday. Purdue will play Louisville on Tuesday.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Carmel almost squandered an 18-point lead in the Class 4A state final.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Greensburg Pirates are state champions for the first time in school history. And Saturday night's Class 3A win didn't come easy.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Borden Braves boys basketball team did something Saturday that nobody in the history of the school has ever done. They won a state title, the school's first in any sport.
INDIANAPOLIS | Brownsburg's Stephanie Mavunga won the latest round as Indiana's top high school girls player — barely.
The Anderson High School Wigwam sits empty on Feb. 15 in Anderson, Ind. The iconic building, distinguishable by the 82,000-piece tile Indian head on its south side, was locked up in 2011 after 50 years. Now games are played at the new Anderson High School.
Anderson High School basketball players jog off the court Feb. 20, 2009, at the famed Wigwam gymnasiun in Anderson, Ind. The iconic building was locked up in 2011 after 50 years. Now games are played at the new Anderson High School.
ANDERSON, Ind. | On a cold winter day, you can see your breath inside the building on the corner of 14th and Lincoln.
MUNSTER | The gym was packed. The Friday night tunnel was in line. A long line of cheerleaders extended the emotional channel out to midcourt.
Parents at a summer Little League All-Star tournament will have to be much more careful of what they say or who they talk to. The same goes for parents of grade-school-athletes playing travel baseball, softball, soccer or basketball in the summer.
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