Oakland City University basketball men will try Wednesday night to do what they didn't do last March 10 in Johnson Center:
OLNEY, Ill. -- Wood Memorial grads Brenna Maikranz and Sydney Day and their Olney Central basketball teammates will seek a fourth straight win Wednesday when play a 5 p.m. game at John Logan College in Ullin, Ill.
A day after almost beating Class A No. 2-ranked Barr-Reeve, Wood Memorial basketball men couldn't maintain that caliber. Thus Saturday afternoon's 67-39 loss at Shoals, where Paxon Bartley was held to a season-low 14 points but still set a school record.
As they near a Class A sectional in which they hope to surprise the state-rated duo of Tecumseh and host Springs Valley, Wood Memorial basketball girls are building momentum.
OAKLAND CITY — If the Blue Chip Conference had a rule used by the Continental Basketball Association, which rivaled the NBA before folding after a season-and-a-half in the early 1960s, Wood Memorial basketball men would have received three points in the standings Friday night.
Princeton Community's Dunn family hopes to perpetuate a wrestling tradition in Saturday's Big Eight Conference Championships at Vincennes Lincoln, where competition will open at 9:45 a.m. CST.
As they seek to rebound from Tuesday's 73-41 loss at Princeton Community, where their record fell to 3-8, Gibson Southern basketball boys may get a lift Saturday night when they host Evansville Mater Dei after the 5:30 p.m. jayvee opener.
In his 44th season of a head coaching career in which he has achieved 690 wins, third-most among active coaches and ninth all-time among Indiana high school boys basketball mentors, Washington's Gene Miiller knows a standout team when he sees one.
PRINCETON-- Late in the fourth quarter of big win over a county rival, Tiger Arena in Princeton Community High School was buzzing. The game was out of hand and had been decided, and eventually won by Princeton 73-41.