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OAKLAND CITY-- Throughout the course of a basketball season, one where teams play over 20 games, you're bound to have some off nights. The season is full of peaks and valleys.

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OAKLAND CITY -- What Oakland City University basketball men didn't quite do Tuesday night, Oakland City University basketball women did Wednesday evening.

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OAKLAND CITY-- It's not everyday that a high school basketball team will find itself matched up against a 7-footer. Wood Memorial experienced that reality Wednesday night, when Evansville Day School came to town led by 7-1 junior Noah Hupmann.

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FORT BRANCH-- In an era where the dunk, long 3-pointer or flashy pass are the norm, it was a grind it out, suffocating defensive performance that helped Gibson Southern to their first win of the season Tuesday over Evansville North. That, paired with efficient scoring, pushed the Titans past…

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They're not on the national basketball radar because they're not NCAA Division I coaches, but two of the nation's best will resume a friendly rivalry when Oakland City University men host Alabama-Huntsville at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

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EVANSVILLE-- In what may have been the toughest weekend slate of any team in the area, Princeton Community dropped their second straight game Saturday when they fell to Evansville Harrison 56-43 at the Ford Center in the fifth game of the River City Showcase.

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EVANSVILLE -- After their first Poll Bowl matchup this season, Princeton Community basketball men lament Friday night's second chances.

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EVANSVILLE-- The Friday nightcap for the River City Showcase at the Ford Center in Evansville did not go Gibson Southern's way, as Evansville Central used good shooting from deep to top the Titans, 63-39.

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BOONVILLE-- Ever since recording two straight losses to Gibson Southern and Heritage Hills in mid-November, the Princeton Community girls basketball team has been on a tear. They won their fifth straight game Thursday, defeating conference rival Boonville 63-55.

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For the first time since the building opened, high school basketball will be played in Evansville's Ford Center this weekend. Both Princeton Community and Gibson Southern will be taking the floor at the home of University of Evansville's mens basketball team.

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LYNNVILLE -- Two decades after playing the sixth-man role as a sophomore on the Tecumseh boys' Class A state basketball champions, Adam Lubbehusen is the head coach of a state-ranked girls' team at his alma mater.

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PRINCETON, Ind. -- A game between rivals Princeton and Mount Carmel is always a highly entertaining, close game. That was certainly the case on Monday night in Princeton in the Lady Tigers' 54-44 victory over the Lady Aces.

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EVANSVILLE— Winning on the road, anywhere, is difficult. A Monday night trip to a quality SIAC opponent is no different. This was the case for Gibson Southern, as their Lady Titan basketball team had to grind out a 52-45 win over Evansville North Monday night.

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SOUTH BEND -- Shocked by one historical repeat, Jackie Young and Notre Dame basketball teammates plan to learn from it and hope to achieve another historical repeat.

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PETERSBURG-- It was a brotherly affair late Saturday night in Petersburg, as the forward combination of Zach and Matt Dove helped the Princeton Community boys basketball team get their third victory of the season. The Tigers defeated the Pike Central Chargers, 74-32.

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OAKLAND CITY -- After his 2015-16 junior college season at Lincoln Trail in Robinson, Ill., Logan Worthington wasn't sure he wanted to continue playing basketball.

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