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Contact me at: stevenstremming@yahoo.com

Indiana Class Basketball links with the City of Anderson www.cityofanderson.com

All scoring records for Indiana Class Basketball All-Star Classic can be viewed at 2012 All-Star tab

2013 Indiana Christian High School All-Stars announced  hover over HS Basketball

2013 Indiana Class Basketball All-Stars announced hover over HS Basketball

Hover over HS Basketball then click 2013 All-Stars for more information

Indiana and Purdue News can now be viewed under College and either Indiana or Purdue tab

Subway and Colts Sign Up for IHSAA info can now be viewed under HS Football tab and HS Basketball tab

 

Listen to High School Football

 

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IBCA Girls Basketball Ratings

    

Official Girls Poll Results - 2014-15 IBCA Girls Preseason Poll



Sunday, November 09, 2014
Rank School Total Points Record 1st Place Votes



1 Bedford North Lawrence 434 0-0 17



2 Lawrence North 374 0-0 4



3 Penn 351 0-0  



4 Columbus North 344 0-0 1



5 Homestead 324 0-0  



6 Heritage Christian 319 0-0  



7 Roncalli 279 0-0  



8 Mooresville 260 0-0  



9 Center Grove 223 0-0  



10 Pike 157 0-0  



11 Princeton Community 148 0-0  



12 Lake Central 147 0-0  



13 LaPorte 131 0-0  



14 Evansville Mater Dei 121 0-0  



15 Westfield 100 0-0  



16 Franklin Central 79 0-0  



16 Bloomington South 79 0-0  



18 Gary West Side 64 0-0  



19 Oregon-Davis 57 0-0  



20 Fishers 56 0-0  


   Others Receiving votes:

Anderson, Ben Davis, Benton Central, Brownsburg, Castle, East Central, Evansville Memorial, Fort Wayne Canterbury, Fort Wayne South Side, Fountain Central, Frankton, Gibson Southern, Greenfield-Central, Hamilton Southeastern, Indianapolis Chatard, Jeffersonville, Lafayette Central Catholic, Lapel, Lebanon, Logansport, Madison Consolidated, Martinsville, McCutcheon, Merrillville, Michigan City, Mishawaka, Morristown, Mt. Vernon (Fortville), Muncie Central, Noblesville, North Central (Indianapolis), Northridge, NorthWood, Norwell, Pike Central, Plainfield, Plymouth, South Bend St. Josephs, South Bend Washington, Southridge,Triton Central, Vincennes Rivet and Western 

  

Goal Post Football Yearbook

 

 To purchase the 2014 Goal Post Football Yearbook for $15.00 please click the link below: 

https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=s-xclick&hosted_button_id=G3B7MEK8Y5TF4 

 

 

Indiana Class Basketball All-Star Classic Announcent

 

 

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

 

The INDIANA CLASS BASKETBALL ALL-STAR CLASSIC is proud to announce that the 2014 Classic will be held at ANDERSON UNIVERSITY in Anderson, Indiana on Friday, June 20 and Saturday June 21, 2014.

We are truly honored to have this wonderful opportunity as The Premier Class Basketball All-Star Games in Indiana to have such a fabulous location, venue, accommodations and staff available and excited about hosting our Classic!

 

INDIANA CLASS BASKETBALL ALL-STAR CLASSIC, INC is a 501 (c) (3) Not-for-Profit.

EIN # 27 0423664, 501 (c) (3) DLN 1705303502001,

Public Charity Status 170 (b) (1) (A) (vi) TAX EXEMPTION effective date: June 16, 2009, issued March 9, 2011,

Contact: Del Trimble ID# 31309 (877) 829-5500

 

Mailing Address:

INDIANA CLASS BASKETBALL ALL-STAR CLASSIC, INC

P.O. Box 1275

Brownsburg, IN  46112

 

Kent Benson, Chairman, Indiana Class Basketball All-Star Classic

Cell: 812-272-5454 Email: kentbensoniu54@gmail.com

 

Steve Stremming, President/CEO, Excel High School Sports Publications

Cell: 317-285-8354 Email: chiefs@ori.net

Website: www.excelhsports.com

IFCA Football Poll

 

   

6A

1. Ben Davis (5) 94

2. Carmel (2) 89

3. Warren Central (3) 86

t-4. Penn 58

t-4. Pike 58

6. Southport 41.5

7. Avon 33

8. Fishers 30

9. Center Grove 22

10. Crown Point 13.5

Others Receiving Votes: Hamilton Southeastern (13), Lawrence Central (9), Carroll (3)

5A

1. Fort Wayne Snider (8) 98

2. Cathedral (1) 83

3. Concord (1) 80

t-4. Munster 63

t-4. Westfield 63

6. Bloomington South 54

7. Fort Wayne Wayne 36

8. McCutcheon 30

9. Terre Haute South 26

10. Mishawaka 9

Others Receiving Votes: Decatur Central (6), Whiteland (2)

Indiana Football Coaches Association Coaches Poll (Week 4)

4A

1. Columbus East (8) 96

2. Bishop Chatard (2) 91

3. Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger 75

4. New Palestine 73

5. Evansville Reitz 55

6. Jasper 49

7. Plymouth 34

8. South Bend St. Joseph 27

9. New Haven 19

t-10. Roncalli 9

t-10. Northridge 9

Others Receiving Votes: Hammond Morton (7), East Noble (3), New Prairie (2), Pendleton Heights (1)

3A

1. Andrean (10) 100

2. Brebeuf Jesuit 83

3. Gibson Southern 82

4. Brownstown Central 63

5. West Lafayette 56

6. Tri-West 35

7. Jimtown 30

8. Indian Creek 26

9. Yorktown 19

10. Western Boone 17

Others Receiving Votes: Fort Wayne Bishop Luers (16), Delta (12), Guerin Catholic (4), Batesville (3), Fort Wayne Concordia Lutheran (3), Bellmont (1)

Indiana Football Coaches Association Coaches Poll (Week 4)

2A

1. Rensselaer Central (5) 89

2. Evansville Mater Dei (3) 88

3. Lafayette Central Catholic (1) 74

4. Scecina Memorial (1) 72

5. Triton Central 69

6. Southridge 44

7. Monrovia 41

8. Woodlan 18

9. Tipton 16

10. Cardinal Ritter 11

Others Receiving Votes: Shenandoah (8), Wheeler (7), Speedway (6), Alexandria (3), Providence (3), Lewis Cass (1)

1A

1. Tri-Central (5) 95

2. Winamac (5) 94

3. Fountain Central 74

4. North Vermillion 56

5. Perry Central 45

6. Pioneer 42

7. Indianapolis Lutheran 36

8. Whiting 29

9. Linton Stockton 22

10. Rockville 21

Others Receiving Votes: Northeastern (15), Indianapolis Howe (7), Sheridan (6), Attica (3), West Central (2), West Washington (2), North Central (1)

 

 

Ohio State teams up for Care Program

 

 

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Ohio State, in partnership with AEP, Kroger and Dispatch Media Group, is launching Buckeyes Care, a program that highlights the positive spirit and goodwill alive in our community – Buckeyes helping Buckeyes. The collaborative initiative will highlight how Ohio State student-athletes, coaches and corporate community partners are making an impact in Central Ohio and beyond.

 

The four pillars of the program are fitness, wellness, education and public service. The goals and objectives of Buckeyes Care are to:

·         Organize and highlight current outreach initiatives under an overarching community umbrella

·         Engage, educate and inspire the community

·         Build community goodwill.

 

“We are excited to introduce Buckeyes Care, which allows us the opportunity to Pay It Forward both in the Columbus community and around the state of Ohio,” Gene Smith, Ohio State vice president and director of athletics, said. “In collaboration with our distinguished partners, the program will provide the chance to make an impact on the lives of many families. The event this weekend will be a great kickoff to the initiative and introduce the fun and excitement of being on campus for an Ohio State football gameday to many Buckeyes Care participants.”

 

Buckeyes Care Day will be celebrated Saturday prior to the Ohio State football game vs. Kent State in Ohio Stadium. A brief program will be held in French Field House to launch the event with additional mentions and recognitions taking place at the game between the Buckeyes and Golden Flashes.

 

Other events are planned throughout the year, including a Community Service Champions recognition and the LIFESports Spring Game.

 

The three Buckeyes Care Pillar Partners – AEP, Kroger and Dispatch Media Group – look forward to working with Ohio State and its volunteer efforts in the Columbus community and across the Buckeye state.

 

“AEP is excited to sponsor the Buckeyes Care program,” Dale Heydlauff, vice president, AEP Corporate Communications and president of the AEP Foundation, said. “It is a wonderful complement to our decades-long association with OSU and our commitment to community involvement. Our corporate creed, adopted 80 years ago, promoted community engagement through employee volunteerism and corporate philanthropy, recognizing that our ability to prosper is inextricably linked to the health and vitality of the communities we serve.”

“We are fortunate to live and work in a great community,” Bruce Macaulay, president of Kroger’s Columbus division, said. “Our customers and associates are some of the most generous people when it comes to volunteering and supporting the community. We see Buckeyes helping Buckeyes every day in our stores, so Buckeyes Care was a natural partnership for Kroger.”

 

“The Dispatch Media Group proudly sponsors Buckeyes Care,” Phil Pikelny, the company’s VP, chief marketing officer, said. “The Columbus Dispatch, WBNS-10TV and 97.1FM The Fan are part of a family-owned media company that for more than 100 years has continued its deep commitment to the health and well-being of our community. Every day our media companies tell the stories that shape and change our community. The associates at our company regularly join our readers, viewers and listeners in supporting their Central Ohio communities through volunteerism and other important contributions. Our long-time support of The Ohio State University makes our participation in the Buckeyes Care program a natural.”

 

A website, OhioStateBuckeyes.com/BuckeyesCare, and #BuckeyesCare have been established to share uplifting experiences and stories from the community.

Big Ten Report

 

   Minnesota Golden Gophers

    

   Purdue Boilermakers

 

   Nebraska Cornhuskers

   Maryland Terrapins

    Illinois Fighting Illini

    Indiana Hoosiers

    the Ohio State Buckeyes

    Iowa Hawkeyes

    Rutgers Knights

    Michigan Wolverines