Indiana State defeated McKendree 80-63 on Wednesday in the season's home opener at Hulman Center.
The Tigers did that Monday, which led to a 62-point opening night victory, and proceeded to carry it into the opening game of the third annual North American Lighting Thanksgiving tournament hosted by Paris High School with a 59-31 victory over Terre Haute North after scoring the first 24 points of the game.
Paris had a close first quarter of girls high school basketball against visiting Cumberland on Monday in the season opener for both teams, but allowed just eight points over the last three quarters in rolling to an 81-19 victory.
Indiana State's Katrell Moss was named Missouri Valley Football Conference Defensive Player of the Week for the second straight week, the conference announced Sunday.
Shooting 56 percent for the game from 3-point range, Terre Haute South raced to a 10-point first-quarter lead over highly regarded Castle in high school girls basketball Saturday at Newburgh.
Sophomore Genesis Castro hit three of her 10 3-point baskets (in 13 attempts) as the home team jumped out to a 21-5 first-quarter lead and was never threatened on its way to a 59-43 high school basketball victory.
The West Vigo girls’ basketball team dominated White River Valley in nearly every aspect of the game Thursday night as the Vikings cruised to a 45-36 in their 2018 home opener.
The North Central rushing attack heads into the school's first regional game tonight at North Vermillion as the Indiana leader in rushing yards per game, according to www.maxpreps.com, at 389.3 yards per game.
With just under 30 seconds left in the first half of girls high school basketball action at Terre Haute South between West Vigo and the host Braves, Makayla Sweitzer put back a layup to cut the visitors’ deficit to seven points in a tightly-played first half.
According to Conference Indiana officials, Terre Haute South senior kicker Orian Roshel is believed to be the first female to earn all-league honors. Roshel, one of five Braves to earn first-team All-Conference Indiana honors, made 30 of 32 extra-point attempts and was 5 for 7 on field-goal attempts, with a long of 42 yards.
Amani Brown has been named one of the four first-week winners of the IBCA/Subway Player of the Week program for the 2018-19 Indiana high school basketball season.
The previously undefeated Paris Tigers fell to the Effingham Flaming Hearts on Saturday 30-14 in the second round of the IHSA Class 4A football playoffs. The ground game of the Hearts proved pivotal, as Effingham running back Kendall Ballman was able
Terre Haute South's Amani Brown had 17 in the opening quarter on her way to a school-record 43 points in the Braves' season-opening 85-11 victory at Crispus Attucks.
Terre Haute North girls basketball won its season opener over Evansville Central in dominating fashion, defeating the Bears 52-25. The Patriots controlled both ends of the court and looked like a force to be reckoned with in their season debut.
They weren't nervous.They most definitely weren't scared. So although Northview's Knights eventually tired Saturday evening in the Class 3A high school volleyball championship match against top-ranked New Castle in Ball State's Worthen Arena, there w
Erica Garrison has one big concern today as her Northview High School volleyball team plays for the Class 3A state championship against defending champion New Castle at Ball State's Worthen Arena.
What the usual sign it’s not a football team’s night?For Terre Haute South? It was when Castle running back Noah Taylor had 171 rushing yards and three touchdowns with 3:56 left in the first quarter – on three carries.An outburst of that sort is usua
Sullivan quarterback Jack Conner drove the Golden Arrows for a go-ahead score with 31/2 minutes remaining in Friday’s Class 3A Sectional 30 championship game.But the Golden Arrows, who have not captured a sectional championship in school history, had
Host West Washington did a great job Friday night in taking away North Central's best high school football weapon, Dawson Basinger. But the Thunderbirds proved they are a multi-faceted team — and Basinger proved he was an outstanding defensive player
Attica is the defending girls high school basketball regular-season champion of the Wabash River Conference, and the Red Ramblers have a couple of big pieces returning in an effort to try for another title.
Terre Haute South has pounded its way to 2,500 yards rushing this high school football season, with running back Jase Dressler surpassing 1,000 yards and quarterback Collins Turner within 165 yards of 1,000.
Successful high school athletic teams — particularly successful high school girls athletic teams — tend to attribute a lot of the reason for their success to how close they are as a group.
When the West Vigo girls basketball team took the floor for its season opener on the road against Western Indiana Conference foe Edgewood Tuesday night, there was something missing.
In each of the past two girls high school basketball seasons, Terre Haute South's Braves have given coach Richie Adderly glimpses of what they could be — or could have been.
The girls high school basketball roster at Terre Haute North is starting to look a little more like a Class 4A team, with some height mingled in with the Patriots' usual array of smaller players. Whether that translates into more victories remains to be seen, but coach Mike Allen at least has a few more options available.
There are several individual accomplishments in high school sports that catch the attention of others, from hitting for the cycle in baseball or softball to rolling a 300 in bowling to hitting a hole-in-one in golf. From a team perspective? The list may not be as long, which makes it even more rare, such as transforming a team in one year. To go from being able to count how many wins a girls high school basketball team had on one hand to needing three or four hands the next? Well, that’s nearly unheard of … except in the Southwestern Indiana Athletic Conference, where a pair of teams accomplished incredible turnarounds.
Entering his second season with the program, West Vigo girls basketball coach Jonathan Kirchoff will look down his bench this season and will only see a few players with extensive varsity experience. What he also sees is a clearer vision for where the program is headed.
The 2017-18 season for Western Indiana Conference girls basketball was, on the whole, pretty solid. The 2018-19 season could provide much of the same in terms of teams capable of postseason success. With some programs showing potential to be on the rise, it could be a more complete league on the whole.
Negus Bogard was second individually and led Robinson to a second-place team finish Saturday at the Illinois Class A sectional at Decatur St. Teresa.
What threatened to throw them off their game a week earlier became fuel for their considerable fire Saturday evening when Northview's Knights earned a spot in the Class 3A volleyball state championship match with a 3-0 win over Silver Creek.
On paper, the winner to come out of Sectional 24 had a good chance to make a long run at a Class 4A high school football state championship.Friday’s matchup between No. 8 Evansville Central and No. 10 Northview was the heavyweight fight with both tea
But the Patriots fourth-down throw in the second overtime period in a Class 5A Sectional 16 game fell incomplete, and Terre Haute South survived a failed extra point to win 37-31.
Sullivan will play for its first football sectional championship next week because of an explosive offense and a stonewall defense effort in the semifinals of the Class 3A Sectional 30 on Friday night.Quarterback Jack Conner threw three touchdowns pa
Trey Shaw has passed for 954 and rushed for 927 yards for Northview football this season. But an injury two weeks ago against Indian Creek has sidelined the senior quarterback for the past six quarters of football for the Knights.
There's understandably not much agreement between the high school football personnel at Terre Haute North and Terre Haute South this week, but there is one common thread.
Erica Garrison says her Northview High School volleyball team has some "secret weapons ... a lot of good players," and a couple of them who don't always register in the statistical categories will be vital today in the Class 3A semistate at Jasper.
While the teams did not reach a top six placing at the Brown County Semistate to reach the state meet, Terre Haute South will provide three runners — Cael Light and Matt Gambill in the boys race and Lily Barton in the girls race — for the hometown running fans to support in addition to Shakamak junior Jacy Collins.
Indiana State is in fourth place among the 13-team field after the first of two rounds of play in the 2018 Charles Braun Intercollegiate at the par-72, 6,032-yard layout of the Oak Meadow Country Club in Evansville.
The lazy-man scouting report about Northview High School volleyball would probably begin with trying to stop the offensive power of Jenny Lundy and Kambree Lucas.
Indiana State quarterback Ryan Boyle has been named the Missouri Valley Football Conference Newcomer of the Week, the league office announced Sunday.
There were tears from the winners after Saturday night's Class 3A Danville Regional high school volleyball championship, just as their had been in the afternoon. Plenty more will flow this week at Northview.
This Week's Circulars
- McAlister's Deli coming to Terre Haute
- Father in child-death case gets suspended sentence
- Mari Hulman George laid to rest
- Brohm, Fleck bring contrasting styles and personalities to the Big Ten
- '12 Under 40' honored: Young Wabash Valley leaders get their due
- Pedestrian dies after running into Third Street traffic
- Vigo County Jail Log: Nov. 9, 2018
- Valley cyclists serve as inspiration
- Vigo County schools urge parents/guardians to opt in to new text message system
- Still crazy after all these years