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January 23, 2014

Prep basketball: This weekend's Vigo County boys games

TERRE HAUTE —

Bloomington North at T.H. South

T.H. South at Plainfield

The action — The Terre Haute South Braves (6-5) will play host to the Bloomington North Cougars (6-6) tonight and visit the Plainfield Quakers (3-7 before tonight’s game at Mooresville) on Saturday night.

The times — Both varsity tipoffs are slated for about 7:30.

The airwaves — Tonight’s action will air on radio stations WFNF-FM 99.5 and WFNF-AM 1130, beginning with a pregame show at 7:15. Saturday’s game can be heard online by clicking on a link at www.wabashvalleysports.com.

The coaches — Scott Ridge is 23-34 in his third season at Terre Haute South. Andy Hodson is 95-109 in his 10th year at Bloomington North. Andy Weaver is 8-23 in his second year at Plainfield and 234-199 in his 20th year overall.

Probable starting lineups — For South, 6-4 junior Greg Newton and 6-6 junior Timmy Herrin at forwards, 5-11 junior LaMarkis Stevenson, 6-0 junior Conner Shipley and 6-0 junior Spence Tofaute at guards.

For Bloomington North, 6-3 senior Grant Sims and 6-1 senior Tyler Truesdel at forwards, 5-11 junior Connor Basye at center, 5-10 junior Jacob Treadway and 6-3 senior Saikou Jallow at guards.

For Plainfield, 6-4 freshman Nathan Mills and 6-1 junior Garrett Patton at forwards, 6-5 senior Bobby Jensen at center, 5-9 senior James Mayberry and 6-5 sophomore Max Kurkowski at guards.

Key reserves — For South, 6-0 junior Tre Minnett, 5-11 freshman Jaylen Minnett, 6-2 senior Jerad Fuson and 6-0 freshman Josiah Wallace.

For Bloomington North, 5-11 sophomore Malik Laffoon, 6-4 junior Kaleb Ferrell and 5-10 junior Ken Montgomery.

For Plainfield, 6-1 junior Mark Daum, 6-2 sophomore Reece Crawford and 6-2 sophomore Jake Maple.

Team leaders — For South, Herrin and Minnett are each averaging 10.9 points per game. For Bloomington North, Sims is scoring 19.5 points per game and Truesdel is next at about 14 ppg. For Plainfield, Kurkowski is tallying about 12 ppg heading into tonight.

Injury report — For South, 6-3 junior Logan Dinkel (concussion) is out this weekend and 6-2 senior Da’Shon Heyen (illness) is questionable. For Plainfield, 5-11 junior Kyler Nichols (illness) is questionable for Saturday.

Recent games — Last Friday, Terre Haute South lost at home to Northview 74-68. Last Saturday, Bloomington North won at home over Owen Valley 79-30 and Plainfield won at home over Monrovia 60-46.

Last meeting — On Nov. 21, 2012, Terre Haute South lost at Bloomington North 75-59. On March 6, 2009, Terre Haute South defeated Plainfield 51-44 in Class 4A sectional action.

Coaches’ quotes — Ridge on his squad: “We’re playing pretty well right now. We’ve had a good week of practice. … I think we’ve kind of turned the corner this week and we’re hoping for a good weekend.

Ridge on playing the Cougars: “They’re very good, a very talented team. They’ve got three senior guards who have started since they were freshmen. They’re all good athletes — big and strong — and they can all shoot it a little bit.”

Ridge on playing the Quakers: “They’re a good, young squad. Coach Weaver has got those guys working their way up. He’s making good progress there. He’s a good coach and I know they’ll be ready to play.”

Hodson on his squad: “I think our team has been up and down this year. We’ve beaten Bloomington South and lost to teams where we had a decent, healthy lead that we let slip away. So we’re trying shore up some mistakes and reduce the mental errors. We’ve got some quickness. Despite our lack of size, we’ve done a good job of rebounding.”

Hodson on playing the Braves: “They’re quick. They get after you for 32 minutes. I saw them live against Sullivan and they pressed basically the entire game. They wreaked havoc with a lot of deflections.”

Weaver on his squad: “We played better last weekend [in picking up two victories]. It’s my second year here and we’re trying to build our program. We obviously have a very young team with only two seniors. We’re kinda disappointed with our start, but our schedule was pretty tough before and around Christmas. If we can be a balanced-scoring team and get better defensively … I think we can make strides.”

Weaver on playing the Braves: “They won the Pizza Hut [Wabash Valley] Classic [right after Christmas]. They played very well during that stretch. They’ve played some tough teams since then. We know they’ll shoot a lot of 3s and drive and kick. … Herrin is a solid post player. Heyen, he’s a very good shooter from what I can see.”

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