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2015 Indiana Class Basketball All-Star Classic invites are being sent out

starting Tuesday March 17th for current juniors and current seniors for our

7th annual games June 19th (Juniors) and June 20th (Seniors) at Anderson

University.

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

 

Golf Outing Information

  

  

Anderson, IN

Saturday, May 30th 2015

Legends of Indiana Basketball Golf Outing

Grandview Golf Course



1907 Northshore Blvd

Anderson, IN 46011







Saturday, May 30th


Cost: $50 per player or $200 a Team

Autograph Session 10:30 – 11:30







Registration & Lunch 11 -12

Shotgun Start at 12:15















Enjoy a complete program of special events, 18 holes of golf (including cart), lunch, prizes and silent auction. RAIN or SHINE.

Entry DEADLINE is May 9th, 2015 and is limited to first 36 Teams.


  • Hole-In-One Prize

  • Longest drive contests

  • Closest to the pin contest


Proceed go toward The Indiana Class Basketball All-Star Classic.


Information call: 765-810-6091


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For additional information, sponsorship opportunities or to donate an auction item please call Pat Parker at 765-810-6091.


Mr. Benson, Mr. Wilkerson and Mr. Stremming are all affiliates of the Indiana Class Basketball All-Star Classic and local Madison County Charitable organization Imagine If, both are 501(c)(3) Not-For-Profit Organizations.



This year’s event will be held Saturday, May 30th at Grandview Golf Course in Anderson, IN.


Hosted by:


Kent Benson- Indiana Basketball Hall of Famer, Indiana University and retired NBA Legend, and Chairman/Founder of the Indiana Class Basketball All-Star Classic.


Bobby Wilkerson- Indiana Basketball Hall of Famer, Indiana University and retired NBA Legend, and Senior Advisor/Site Coordinator for the Indiana Class Basketball All Star Classic.


Steven Stremming- President/Founder of Excel High School Sports and Executive Director of Indiana Class Basketball All Star Classic.


This premier event will feature a:

LEGENDS AUTOGRAPH SESSION:

FREE and open to the public from 10:30-11:30. Individuals are encouraged to bring their own items for the Legends to personally sign.


For Online registration, please submit golfer information and contact phone number to:

Pat Parker

Director of Fundraising for the Indiana Class Basketball All-Star Classic at patriciaprker@comcast.net


Checks are to be made payable to:

INDIANA CLASS BASKETBALL ALL-STAR CLASSIC, INC

PO BOX 1275

BROWNSBURG,IN 46112


Hoosier Basketball Magazine names Top 60 Boys

    

    HOOSIER BASKETBALL MAGAZINE TABS TOP 60 SENIOR BOYS



  Top senior boys' players from the 2014-2015 season have been invited to participate in the 28th annual Hoosier Basketball Magazine Top 60 Senior Boys¹Workout.  They were selected from approximately 1,600 seniors statewide.

  Seven players that participated in the 2015 IHSAA State Finals highlight the list of the Top 60 invitees. Six IHSAA State Finalist teams have a Top 60 Senior Workout participant. There are three from the AAAA teams‹ Jordan Geist, Homestead, Jaelan Sanford and Alex Stein from Evansville Reitz. Anthony Harris, Griffith, is from AAA, Austin Compton, Frankton, and Bryce Moore, Park Tudor, are from AA. Addison Wagler, Barr-Reeve, played in the Class A State Championship game.

  Four high scoring players who averaged more than 25 ppg are also Top 60 Senior selections. They include the state¹s leading scorer Ryan Welage, Greensburg (30.8), along with Harris Brown, Indianapolis Howe (30.4), Dylan Windler, Perry Meridian (27.3) and Skyler Kolli, Indernational (25.5). Purdue recruit Ryan Cline, Carmel, was also chosen to participate. Caleb Swanigan of AAAA State Champion Homestead was selected but will be unable to attend.

  Statistical evaluation, game observation and statewide research were conducted throughout the season and the 2015 state tournament to determine Hoosier Basketball Magazine¹s Top 60.

  Two sessions of the Top 60 Senior Workout will be hosted on Sunday, April 12, 2015 by Hoosier Basketball Magazine, in conjunction with the IHSAA and the IBCA, on the campus of Marian University in Indianapolis.

  Boys primarily from Northern and Southern Indiana will participate in the first session (1:00-3:00 pm EST). The remaining players, mostly from Central Indiana, will compete during the second session (3:30-5:30 pm EST).

  Coach Steve Lynch (Brownsburg) will direct both sessions. Four other outstanding IBCA coaches‹ Michael Adams (Evansville Reitz), Marty Beasley (Carroll-Allen), Kent Chezem (Covington) and Clint Swan (Crown Point) have been invited to assist with on court coaching.

  Both sessions are open to the public for an admission charge of $7.00.  Media should call (317) 925-8200 for credentials to one or both sessions. The 2014 Top 60 Workout invitees follow.



Seth Adelsperger, Peru

Patrick Bacon, Lawrence North

Joe Bannister, Lake Central

Rasheide Bell, Evansville Central

Michael Benkert, Center Grove

Malik Bennett, Southport

Harris Brown, Indianapolis Howe

Kyle Bumbalough, New Castle

Luke Callahan, Danville

Devin Cannady, Mishawaka Marian

Ryan Cline, Carmel

Austin Compton, Frankton

Ryan Curry, New Palestine

Billy Doslak, Penn

Everett Duncan, Evansville Harrison

Adam Eberhard, Evansville Memorial

Hyron Edwards, East Chicago Central

Paul Forman, Churubusco

Grant Gayler, North Montgomery

Jordan Geist, Homestead

Brennan Gillis, Ben Davis

Kooper Glick, Columbus North

Drew Hackett, Munster

C.J. Hardaway, Warren Central

Anthony Harris, Griffith

Tre'shon Heard, McCutcheon

TJ Henderson, Indianapolis Scecina

Darrell Hutchison, Indianapolis Crispus Attucks

Nick Jeffirs, Crown Point

Jimmy King, Roncall

Skyler Kolli, International

Keegan Kollmeyer, Fishers

Nick Macon, Madison

Sean McDermott, Pendleton Heights

Sean McGee, Fort Wayne North

Bryce Moore, Park Tudor

Gannon Myers, Martinsville

Nate Niehoff, Rushville

Chris Nunn, Liberty Christian

Joel Okafor, Richmond

Chris Palombizio, Chesterton

Logan Primerano, Peru

Darrian Ringo, Brownsburg

Austin Robertson, Linton

Zach Rutland, Indianapolis Scecina

Jaelan Sanford, Evansville Reitz

Filip Serwatka, Concord

Carter Skaggs, Logansport

Derrik Smits, Zionsville

Chandler Spring, Covington

Alex Stein, Evansville Reitz

Wes Stowers, North Central (Marion)

Tahjai Teague, Pike

Connor Umphress, Columbus East

Addison Wagler, Barr-Reeve

Trevor Waite, Tri-West

Blake Walsman, Batesville

K.J. Walton, Brownsburg

Grant Weatherford, Hamilton Heights

Lane Weaver, Mooresville

Davious Webster, Richmond

Ryan Welage, Greensburg

Robert West, Evansville North

Chandler White, Carroll (Allen)

Davon Winburn, New Albany

Dylan Windler, Perry Meridian

Ethan Woodrow, Fountain Central

Chainey Zolman, Manchester



SELECTED BUT INJURED and UNABLE TO PARTICIPATE

Bryan Hoeing, Batesville

Bronson Kessinger, Corydon Central

Josh Speidel, Columbus North



SELECTED BUT UNABLE TO ATTEND

Ryan Fazekas, Marquette Catholic

Matt Holba, Guerin Catholic

John Jager, Bloomington South

Caleb Swanigan, Homestead

My Picks for the Boy's tournament

  My picks Sectionals: 39 correct 24 incorrect and 1 game not included due to court system placing

two teams back into the tournament.

  Regionals:   

    



Kentucky High School Basketball

  Looking for the best information on Kentucky High School basketball then go no farther than: www.bluegrasspreps.com

Pictures from State Football Finals

 Pictures from the IHSAA State Football Championships are now available on the link below

 http://www.mcintyreimaging.com/HighSchoolSports/2014-State-Football-Finals

 The pictures were taken by Rick McIntyre

  All pictures are copyrighted.

  To purchase pictures please follow the link on the page.

Goal Post Football Yearbook

 

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


 

 

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

IBCA Indiana Junior Boys All-Star Team

  


2015 boys Junior All-Stars named

18 players selected to face Indiana Seniors in June exhibition games

 



 
    Eighteen players have been selected for the IndyStar.com Indiana boys Junior All-Stars for 2015.
    Players in the core group include Joey Brunk of Southport, Eron Gordon of Cathedral, Kyle Guy of Lawrence Central, Damien Jefferson of East Chicago Central, Kyle Mallers of Carroll (Fort Wayne) and C.J. Walker of Indianapolis Tech.
    The North group players are Vijay Blackmon of Marion, Nai Carlisle of West Lafayette, Reontre Lawrence of South Bend Riley, Rhyss Lewis of Chesterton and Anthony and Tremell Murphy of Griffith.
    The South group players are Tucker Blackwell of Bloomington South, Parker Chitty of Columbus East, John Kiser of Noblesville, Brachen Hazen of Columbia City, Djimon Henson of Warren Central and Dru Smith of Evansville Reitz.
    Jason Delaney of Indianapolis Tech will be the head coach of the boys' Junior All-Stars. He will be assisted by Brent Brobston of Frankton and Brandon Hoffman of Silver Creek.
    The Junior All-Stars will play two games against the IndyStar.com Indiana All-Star senior boys. Those games tentatively are set for June 8 and June 10 at sites to be announced later.
    The players listed as core group players will play in both games. The players listed as North group players will join the core group for one game, and the players listed as South group players will join the core group for the other game. It is not yet know which date will include the North and South players.
    The Indiana senior All-Stars will play the Kentucky senior All-Stars on June 12 at Transylvania University in Lexington and on June 13 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.
    The Junior All-Stars will not play Kentucky juniors this year.
    The Junior All-Star team is determined by the 22-member Indiana Basketball Coaches Association all-state panel in conjunction with its selection of the IBCA/Subway Underclass All-State Team. The selection process allows all IBCA-member head coaches the opportunity to recommend top players from schools on the traditional regional structure of the non-class tournament format. Representatives from each of those 16 regional areas, plus six representatives from the three IHSAA districts (two each from District 1, District 2 and District 3), then meet to review those recommendations, vote and finalize the selections.
    A list of those chosen as 2015 boys Junior All-Stars follows.
 
2015 INDIANA BOYS JUNIOR ALL-STARS
Core Group
    Name, Ht., Pos., School

    Joey Brunk, 6-10, C, Southport

    Eron Gordon, 6-2, G, Cathedral

    Kyle Guy, 6-2, G, Lawrence Central

    Damien Jefferson, 6-5, G/F, East Chicago Central

    Kyle Mallers, 6-7, F, Carroll (Fort Wayne)

    C.J. Walker, 6-0, G, Indianapolis Tech

 
North Group

    Vijay Blackmon, 6-2, G, Marion

    Nai Carlisle, 6-2, G, West Lafayette

    Reontre Lawrence, 6-1, G, South Bend Riley

    Rhyss Lewis, 6-1, G, Chesterton

    Anthony Murphy, 6-4, G, Griffith

    Tremell Murphy, 6-5, F, Griffith

 
South Group

    Tucker Blackwell, 6-1, G, Bloomington South

    Parker Chitty, 6-1, G, Columbus East

    John Kiser, 6-4, F, Noblesville

    Brachen Hazen, 6-6, F, Columbia City

    Djimon Henson, 6-2, G, Warren Central

    Dru Smith, 6-3, G, Evansville Reitz

 

    Head coach: Jason Delaney, Indianapolis Tech

    Assistant coaches: Brent Brobston, Frankton; Brandon Hoffman, Silver Creek

IBCA Indiana Girls All-Star Team

  



2014 IndyStar.com Indiana Girls All-Stars named

Patberg elected Miss Basketball, joined by 13 others on squad

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                             Contact: Pat McKee, 317-403-1665
March 19, 2015                                                 IBCA Director of Special Projects
 
    Fourteen players led by Miss Basketball Ali Patberg of Columbus North have been selected for the 2015 IndyStar.com Indiana Girls All-Stars.
    A 5-10 guard, Patberg received 177 votes in the Miss Basketball balloting to capture the top individual honor for the state's girls basketball players. Darby Maggard of Fort Wayne Canterbury collected 22 votes to finish as runner-up for Miss Basketball, and Dominique McBryde of Bedford North Lawrence was third with 12 votes. No other player received more than four votes for Miss Basketball.
    Patberg recently was chosen Gatorade Player of the Year for Indiana, and she previously was chosen to the 2015 McDonald's All-American Game, to the 2015 WBCA All-America Team and as a semifinalist for the Naismith Trophy as national player of the year. The Notre Dame recruit averaged 25.9 points, 8.8 rebounds, 6.1 assists and 6.1 steals as a senior in leading Columbus North to a 28-1 record and the Class 4A state championship. She also was winner of the 2015 IHSAA Patricia L. Roy Mental Attitude Award for Class 4A.
    Patberg headlines a 14-member group of senior All-Stars who will play four games in June -- two exhibitions against the Indiana Junior All-Stars as well as home-and-home contests against the Kentucky All-Stars.
    Others chosen to the 2015 Indiana Girls All-Stars are Maggard, McBryde, Jenna Allen and Alexa Bailey of Bedford North Lawrence, Lamina Cooper of Lawrence North, Jordan Frantz of NorthWood, Victoria Gaines of Merrillville, Michal Miller of Michigan City, Tiara Murphy of South Bend Washington, Madeline Raster of South Bend St. Joseph, Zuri Sanders of Evansville Central, Tori Schickel of Evansville Mater Dei and Brittany Ward of Pike.
    The head coach for the 2015 Girls All-Stars will be Mark Holt of Barr-Reeve. He will be assisted by Jane Schott of West Lafayette and Carrie Shappell of Leo.
    The Indiana Girls All-Stars will play exhibitions on June 8 and June 10 against the Indiana Junior All-Stars at sites to be determined. The Indiana All-Stars also will face the Kentucky All-Stars on June 12 at Transylvania University in Lexington and June 13 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.
    All four dates will be doubleheaders with the Indiana Boys All-Stars.
    The Indiana All-Stars program was founded in 1939 when the Indiana Boys All-Stars played the state champion Frankfort Hot Dogs. The series with Kentucky began in 1940, and the girls portion of the All-Stars was added in 1976.
    The Indiana portion of the All-Star Games is organized and produced by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association. The Indianapolis Star, with its IndyStar.com brand, is a title sponsor and Best Choice Fieldhouse is a presenting sponsor.
    Miss Basketball is selected through a balloting process of coaches and media overseen by game organizers from the IBCA. The remainder of the team is finalized by All-Star game director Charlie Hall after observing numerous games and events throughout the season, conferring with coaches, school officials and media across the state and reviewing votes submitted by coaches and media who each can recommend up to 12 players.
    A complete list of those chosen as 2015 IndyStar.com Indiana Girls All-Stars follows.
 
2015 IndyStar.com Indiana Girls All-Stars
  # Name, School, Height, Pos., PPG, College Choice
  1 Ali Patberg, Columbus North, 5-10, G, 25.9, Notre Dame
  2 Victoria Gaines, Merrillville, 6-1, F, 11.5, Michigan State
  3 Madeline Raster, South Bend St. Joseph, 5-8, G, 18.6, Harvard
  4 Alexa Bailey, Bedford North Lawrence, 5-7, G, 6.7, Butler
  5 Jordyn Frantz, NorthWood, 6-0, G, 19.9, Saint Louis
  6 Brittany Ward, Pike, 6-1, F, 15.1, Butler
  7 Michal Miller, Michigan City, 5-9, G, 24.7, Arizona
  8 Jenna Allen, Bedford North Lawrence, 6-3, C, 16.1, Michigan State
  9 Dominique McBryde, Bedford North Lawrence, 6-2, F, 20.1, Purdue
10 Zuri Sanders, Evansville Central, 6-1, F, 19.7, Texas Tech
11 Tiara Murphy, South Bend Washington, 5-6, G, 18.6, Purdue
12 Tori Schickel, Evansville Mater Dei, 6-2, F, 19.9, Butler
13 Darby Maggard, Fort Wayne Canterbury, 5-5, G, 28.6, Belmont
14 Lamina Cooper, Lawrence North, 5-9, G, 14.5, Purdue
        Head coach: Mark Holt, Barr-Reeve
        Assistant coaches: Jane Schott, West Lafayette; Carrie Shappell, Leo
 


IBCA/SUBWAY Top Seniors Boys and Underclass

  




IBCA/Subway boys all-state honors set
Top senior, underclass players receive 'Supreme 15' accolades for 2014-15
 


 
    Fifteen seniors and 15 underclass boys basketball players have earned IBCA/Subway "Supreme 15" All-State honors for 2014-15, it was announced Thursday (March 26).
    In a new level of awards, the IBCA also named 30 Large School All-State players (15 seniors, 15 underclass) and 30 Small School All-State players (15 seniors, 15 underclass).
    The "Supreme 15" is the top honor awarded, and players were voted to that group without regard to school size. The Large School and Small School all-state teams are secondary accolades -- the Large School group including players from Class 3A and Class 4A schools and the Small School group including players from Class A and Class 2A schools. Players who make the Supreme 15 are not considered for Large School or Small School honors.
    In addition, 78 more seniors and 77 more underclass players were selected honorable mention all-state. The honorable mention laurels are awarded without regard to school size.
    Those voted to the IBCA/Subway Supreme 15 Senior boys' team are: Pat Bacon of Lawrence North, Harris Brown of Indianapolis Howe, Devin Cannady of Mishawaka Marian, Ryan Cline of Carmel, Hyron Edwards of East Chicago Central, Drew Hackett of Munster, Sean McDermott of Pendleton Heights, Joel Okafor of Richmond, Chris Palombizio of Chesterton, Josh Speidel of Columbus North, Caleb Swanigan of Homestead, K.J. Walton of Brownsburg, Chandler White of Carroll (Fort Wayne) and Jaelan Sanford and Alex Stein of Evansville Reitz.
    Those voted to the IBCA/Subway Supreme 15 Underclass boys' team are: Tucker Blackwell of Bloomington South, Nai Carlisle of West Lafayette, Parker Chitty of Columbus East, Eron Gordon of Cathedral, Zach Gunn of Hamilton Southeastern, Kyle Guy of Lawrence Central, Damien Jefferson of East Chicago Central, Romeo Langford of New Albany, Reontre Lawrence of South Bend Riley, Kyle Mallers of Carroll (Fort Wayne), Dru Smith of Evansville Reitz, C.J. Walker of Indianapolis Tech, Kris Wilkes of North Central and Joey Brunk and Paul Scruggs of Southport.
    The IBCA/Subway All-State teams are selected through a process organized by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association and presented by Subway Restaurants of Indiana.



    All IBCA-member head coaches have the opportunity to nominate top players from schools in the traditional regional structure of the non-class tournament format. Representatives from each of those 16 regional areas, plus six district representatives (two each from IHSAA Districts 1, 2 and 3), then meet to review those nominations, vote and finalize the selections.
    Subway Restaurants of Indiana once again is making a financial contribution to the IBCA Scholarship Fund as the presenting partner of the IBCA all-state teams. As part of the partnership, Subway also will provide plaques to Supreme 15 honorees and certificates to players receiving Large School All-State, Small School All-State or honorable mention all-state recognition. Those items will be available to each recipient's coach at the annual IBCA Clinic in April, allowing her coach to present the award to each player.
    The IBCA thanks Subway Restaurants for being a partner in this annual project.
    The complete 2015 IBCA/Subway Senior All-State and 2015 IBCA/Subway Underclass All-State teams for boys basketball are listed below.

 

 
2015 IBCA/SUBWAY BOYS BASKETBALL ALL-STATE TEAMS

2015 IBCA/Subway Senior All-State

Supreme 15   

Pat Bacon, Lawrence North

Harris Brown, Indianapolis Howe

Devin Cannady, Mishawaka Marian

Ryan Cline, Carmel

Hyron Edwards, East Chicago Central

Drew Hackett, Munster

Sean McDermott, Pendleton Heights

Joel Okafor, Richmond

Chris Palombizio, Chesterton

Jaelan Sanford, Evansville Reitz

Josh Speidel, Columbus North

Alex Stein, Evansville Reitz

Caleb Swanigan, Homestead

K.J. Walton, Brownsburg

Chandler White, Carroll (Fort Wayne)

 

Large School All-State (players from 3A and 4A schools)

Michael Benkert, Center Grove

            Malik Bennett, Southport

            Everett Duncan, Evansville Harrison

            Brennan Gillis, Ben Davis

            Matt Holba, Guerin Catholic

            Johnny Jager, Bloomington South

            Nick Jeffirs, Crown Point

            Bronson Kessinger, Corydon Central

Jimmy King, Roncalli

Derek Smits, Zionsville

            Tahjai Teague, Pike

Grant Weatherford, Hamilton Heights

Davious Webster, Richmond

            Ryan Welage, Greensburg

            Dylan Windler, Perry Meridian

 

Small School All-State (players from 1A and 2A schools)    

Austin Compton, Frankton

Wes Davidson, Fort Wayne Blackhawk Christian

Ryan Fazekas, Marquette Catholic

Paul Forman, Churubusco

T.J. Henderson, Indianapolis Scecina

Darrell Hutchison, Indianapolis Attucks

Bryce Moore, Park Tudor

Chris Nunn, Liberty Christian

Brian Patterson, Lake Station

Austin Robertson, Linton-Stockton

Chandler Spring, Covington

Thorin Stage, Hagerstown

Addison Wagler, Barr-Reeve

Isaiah Ware, Indianapolis Attucks

Ethan Woodrow, Fountain Central

 

Honorable Mention

Seth Adelsberger, Peru

Charlie Aimone, Terre Haute North

Des Balentine, Western

Joe Bannister, Lake Central

Riggs Baxter, Western Boone

Tyler Begle, Jasper

Rasheide Bell, Evansville Central

Blake Berger, LaVille

Gary Bonds, Indianapolis Scecina

Will Brown, Rock Creek Academy

Kyle Bumbalough, New Castle

Blaze Byrer, Bedford North Lawrence

Luke Callahan, Danville

Alex Clark, Wawasee

Joey Claussen, Rensselaer Central

Robby Cole, Southwood

Jordan Collazo, Portage

Mason Coverstone, Columbia City

Ryan Curry, New Palestine

P.J. Dean, Eastside

Craig Dingwerth, Northeastern

Billy Doslak, Penn

Adam Eberhard, Evansville Memorial

Grant Esposito, Northeastern

Markus Fleenor, Austin

Parker Fox, Winamac

Grant Gayler, North Montgomery

Jordan Geist, Homestead

Kooper Glick, Columbus North

Charles Graman, North Knox

Blake Gross, Churubusco

Abe Haler, New Castle

Cale Hall, Orleans

Nick Harris, Mishawaka Marian

Kyle Hartman, Fort Wayne Dwenger

Brent Hawn, Delphi

Tre’Shon Heard, McCutcheon

Jacob Heller, Prairie Heights

Alec Holland, Rochester

Lee Howard, Hammond Noll

Rashaan Jackson, Warsaw

Skyler Kolli, International

Keegan Kollmeyer, Fishers

Christian Kreiger, Fort Wayne Canterbury

Andrew Kus, Fort Wayne Canterbury

Nick Macon, Madison

Jake Mangus, Warsaw

Justin McCoy, Garrett

Sean McGee, Fort Wayne North

Jordan Meurer, North Knox

Elijah Miller, Culver Military

Riley Miller, Yorktown

Caleb Morey, Yorktown

Joey Morlan, Fort Wayne Blackhawk Christian

Gannon Myers, Martinsville

Chad O’Bryan, Southridge

Mitch Orem, Shelbyville

Logan Primerano, Peru

Austin Ranard, Edgewood

Riley Reimschisel, Fort Wayne Blackhawk Christian

Gage Reinhard, Wawasee

Cade Renicker, Harrison (West Lafayette)

Filip Serwatka, Concord

Connor Sevier, Wood Memorial

Ben Singer, Cambridge City Lincoln

Carter Skaggs, Logansport

Jacob Stauber, Evansville Mater Dei

Jake Strong, John Glenn

Alex Thacker, Tippecanoe Valley

Jacob Treadway, Bloomington North

Connor Umphress, Columbus East

Trevor Waite, Tri-West

Blake Walsman, Batesville

Robert West, Evansville North

Tanner Wilcox, Northfield

Devlyn Williams, Fort Wayne Snider

Davon Winburn, New Albany

Chainey Zolman, Manchester

 

2015 IBCA/Subway Underclass All-State

Supreme 15

Tucker Blackwell, Bloomington South

Joey Brunk, Southport

Nai Carlisle, West Lafayette

Parker Chitty, Columbus East

Eron Gordon, Cathedral

Zach Gunn, Hamilton Southeastern

Kyle Guy, Lawrence Central

Damien Jefferson, East Chicago Central

Romeo Langford, New Albany

Reontre Lawrence, South Bend Riley

Kyle Mallers, Carroll (Fort Wayne)

Paul Scruggs, Southport

Dru Smith, Evansville Reitz

C.J. Walker, Indianapolis Tech

Kris Wilkes, North Central

 

Large School All-State (players from 3A and 4A schools)

Jalen Adaway, Logansport

Vijay Blackmon, Marion

Phillip Corthen, Muncie Central

Brachen Hazen, Columbia City

ShanQuan Hemphill, Michigan City

Djimon Henson, Warren Central

Reggie Jones, Marion

John Kiser, Noblesville

Rhyss Lewis, Chesterton

Jaylen Minnett, Terre Haute South

Anthony Murphy, Griffith           

Tremell Murphy, Griffith

Keegan Northern, Martinsville

Conner TenHove, Valparaiso

Malik Williams, Fort Wayne Snider

 

Small School All-State (players from 1A and 2A schools)

Desmond Bane, Seton Catholic

Evan Borgman, Jac-Cen-Del

Mason Degenkolb, Tipton

Josh Dieball, Linton-Stockton

Kiante Ellis, Winchester

Eugene German, Gary 21st Century

Jaren Jackson, Park Tudor

Logan James, Barr-Reeve

Cooper Neese, Cloverdale

Franklin Nunn, Liberty Christian

Roman Penn, Hammond Noll

Tyler Smith, Northeastern

Devan Straub, Evansville Mater Dei

Brandon VanSant, Bloomfield

Brian Warren, Indianapolis Howe

 

Honorable Mention

Josh Anders, Plymouth

Damezi Anderson, South Bend Riley

Jackson Anthrop, Lafayette Central Catholic

Jaronde Boyd, Michigan City

Tony Brazier, South Bend Washington

Marcus Burk, Franklin Central

Darnell Butler, McCutcheon

Neil Clampitt, Tippecanoe Valley

Ethan Claycomb, Vincennes Lincoln

Ryan Cloncs, Danville

Darian Collins, Lafayette Jeff

Cannon Cooper, Portage

Jermaine Couisnard, East Chicago Central

Hunter Crist, Hamilton Heights

Will Davidson, Fort Wayne Blackhawk Christian

Derek Davitch, Winamac

Braxton Day, Bedford North Lawrence

Adam Dirksen, Jay County

Antoine Divine, Decatur Central

Jackson Edwards, Knightstown

Michael Ertel, Mt. Vernon (Fortville)

Nick Felke, Plymouth

Keegan Fetters, Lakewood Park Christian

Chase Fierstos, Manchester

Luke Fusiek, Lafayette Central Catholic

Colten Garland, Washington

Grant Gelon, Crown Point

Tate Hall, Greenfield-Central

Jarrett Hammel, South Newton

David Hanyard, Lafayette Jeff

Alex Harmon, Southwood

Parker Hazen, Columbia City

Hunter Hollowell, Huntington North

Dane Holmes, Twin Lakes

Lance Hopkins, Rockville

Jay Houck, Jay County

Dida Ikongshul, Shawe Memorial

Musa Jallow, Bloomington North

Andre Jones, Indianapolis Scecina

Andre Jones, Muncie Central

Borden Kennedy, Seeger

Trevor Lakes, Lebanon

Braxton Linville, NorthWood

John Lux, Shelbyville

Paul Marandet, Warsaw

Jordan Matthews, Kokomo

Zach McCory, Brownstown Central

Brady Meyer, South Ripley

Jake Mlagan, Bethesda Christian

Matt Moorman, Oldenburg Academy

Kale Morris, Clinton Prairie

Christian Munson, Guerin Catholic

Jack Nunge, Castle

Jacob Overton, Washington

Jalen Paul, Fort Wayne Canterbury

Tom Purdie, Whiteland

Christian Reed, Silver Creek

Donte Reed, Indianapolis Attucks

Hunter Rowe, Tell City

Bryce Rowe, Southwestern (Shelby)

Aaron Runyan, John Glenn

Jacoby Shade, Brownstown Central

Noah Shearer, Northfield

Cameron Smith, Franklin

Isaiah Stafford, South Knox

Peyton Staples, Mishawaka

Jagger Surface, Fort Wayne Northrop

Reggie Tharp, Fort Wayne Concordia

Justin Thomas, Pike

Tyler Toopes, Pike Central

Ryan Topper, Bremen

Tyler Vogel, Jennings County

Nate Walpole, Whitko

Charlie Warner, Westfield

D.J. Wilkins, Merrillville

Cameron Wolter, Fishers

             Alex Yurack, Rushville



Subway/IBCA Players of the Week and all nominees

          


              Four from title teams selected as Players of the Week

         Curry, Holba, Moore and Roy chosen IBCA/Subway recipients for week of March 23-28

     Homestead junior Tahj Curry, Guerin Catholic senior Matt Holba, Park Tudor senior Bryce Moore and Barr-Reeve senior Duncan Roy each sparked his team to a state championship, and all four players are recipients this week in the in the IBCA/Subway Player of the Week program.

        This is the final week for the awards program overseen by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association for 2014-15, and the four players recognized helped their teams to respective titles in Class 4A, Class 3A, Class 2A and Class A.

        Curry was cited for boys' District 1, while Holba and Moore shared boys' District 2 honors. Roy collected accolades for boys' District 3 for the week of March 23-28.

        The 6-2 Curry scored 23 points, including 21 in the second half and overtime, as Homestead rallied for a 91-90 victory over Evansville Reitz for the Class 4A championship. Curry also contributed five rebounds and five assists while hitting 7-of-13 shots and 9-of-10 free throws for the Spartans (29-2).

        Holba produced game highs of 29 points and 14 rebounds in leading Guerin Catholic to a 62-56 come-from-behind triumph over Griffith for the Class 3A crown. The 6-6 forward added three steals and four blocked shots as the Golden Eagles (22-8) claimed their second state title in four years. The Lehigh recruit made 10-of-17 shots, 1-of-2 3-pointers and 8-of-14 free throws.

        The 6-3 Moore poured in a game-high 31 points with six rebounds and six assists as Park Tudor defeated Frankton 73-46 for the Class 2A title. A Western Michigan recruit, Moore converted 10-of-14 shots from the field, 2-of-4 3-pointers and 9-of-11 free throws in propelling the Panthers (26-2) to their fourth 2A crown in the past five seasons.

        Roy scored 17 points with five rebounds and one steal to pace Barr-Reeve to its first Class A championship, a 65-50 victory over Marquette Catholic. The 6-5 forward sank 5-of-12 shots, including 3-of-7 3-pointers, plus 4-of-4 free throws as the Vikings completed their season with a 27-2 record.

        This is the seventh season for the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association Player of the Week program and the third season it is presented by Subway Restaurants of Indiana, a banner sponsor of the IBCA. Subway, in its fifth season as an IBCA sponsor, encourages athletes to "train hard and eat fresh."

        Player of the Week winners are chosen each week from each of the IHSAA's three districts. This is the final group of weekly winners for 2014-15. Look for the program to resume in November for 2015-16.
 

Other nominees for Week 20 (2014-15)

        District 1 boys -- Ryan Fazekas, Marquette Catholic; Tremell Murphy, Griffith.

        District 2 boys -- Austin Compton, Frankton.

        District 3 boys -- Alex Stein, Evansville Reitz.

     2014-15 winners

        Nov. 10-15 -- District 1 girls: Claire Cromer, Wabash. District 2 girls: Lindsey Corsaro, Roncalli. District 3: Ali Patberg, Columbus North, and Jackie Young, Princeton.

        Nov. 17-22 -- District 1 girls: Darby Maggard, Fort Wayne Canterbury. District 2 girls: Alexis Shannon, Noblesville. District 3 girls: Kaitlynn Henning, Charlestown.

        Nov. 24-29 -- District 1 boys: Hyron Edwards, East Chicago Central. District 1 girls: Skylar Ostrowski, DeKalb. District 2 boys: Luke Callahan, Danville. District 2 girls: Jayla Scaife, Muncie Central. District 3 boys: Ryan Welage, Greensburg. District 3 girls: Dominique McBryde, Bedford North Lawrence.

        Dec. 1-6 -- District 1 boys: Devin Cannady, Mishawaka Marian. District 1 girls: Jordyn Frantz, NorthWood. District 2 boys: K.J. Walton, Brownsburg. District 2 girls: Kristen Spolyar, Lebanon. District 3 boys: Everett Duncan, Evansville Harrison, and Andrew Scott, South Knox. District 3 girls: Jackie Young, Princeton.

        Dec. 8-13 -- District 1 boys -- Wes Davidson, Fort Wayne Blackhawk Christian. District 1 girls -- Riley Popplewell, South Central (Union Mills). District 2 boys -- C.J. Walker, Indianapolis Tech. District 2 girls -- Destiny Perkins, Richmond. District 3 boys -- Jaylen Minnett, Terre Haute South. District 3 girls -- Emily Sullivan, Evansville Memorial, and Jackie Young, Princeton.

        Dec. 15-20 -- District 1 boys -- Reontre Lawrence, South Bend Riley. District 1 girls -- Darby Maggard, Fort Wayne Canterbury. District 2 boys -- Jimmy King, Roncalli. District 2 girls -- Sydney Shelton, Mt. Vernon (Fortville). District 3 boys -- Josh Speidel, Columbus North. District 3 girls -- Michaela Kikendall, Morristown.

        Dec. 22-27 -- District 1 boys -- Sean McGee, Fort Wayne North. District 1 girls -- Deja Wimby, Fort Wayne Snider. District 2 boys -- Joey Brunk, Southport. District 2 girls -- Brooke Sugg, Fishers. District 3 boys -- Ryan Welage, Greensburg. District 3 girls -- Olivia Crozier, Madison.

        Dec. 29-Jan. 3 -- District 1 boys -- Ryan Topper, Bremen. District 1 girls -- Karissa McLaughlin, Homestead. District 2 boys -- Dylan Windler, Perry Meridian. District 2 girls -- Kristen Spolyar, Lebanon. District 3 boys -- Nick Macon, Madison. District 3 girls -- Jackie Young, Princeton.

        Jan. 5-10 -- District 1 boys -- Chandler Aspy, Westview, and Johnny Rosenbaum, LaCrosse. District 1 girls -- Dana Evans, Gary West. District 2 boys -- Pat Bacon, Lawrence North. District 2 girls -- Lindsey Corsaro, Roncalli. District 3 boys -- Josh Speidel, Columbus North. District 3 girls -- Baylee Krueger, Jennings County.

        Jan. 12-17 -- District 1 boys -- Caleb Swanigan, Homestead. District 1 girls -- Kyleigh Kubik, LaPorte. District 2 boys -- Chandler Spring, Covington. District 2 girls -- Lamina Cooper, Lawrence North. District 3 boys -- Lane Weaver, Mooresville. District 3 girls -- Maddie Roark, Trinity Lutheran, and Kayana Traylor, Martinsville.

        Jan. 19-24 -- District 1 boys -- Damien Jefferson, East Chicago Central, and Justin McCoy, Garrett. District 1 girls -- Darby Maggard, Fort Wayne Canterbury. District 2 boys -- Harris Brown, Indianapolis Howe. District 2 girls -- Laurhen Pickett, Twin Lakes. District 3 boys -- Ryan Welage, Greensburg. District 3 girls -- Claire Rauck, Providence.

        Jan. 26-31 -- District 1 boys -- Hyron Edwards, East Chicago Central. District 1 girls -- Kaitlin Doud, Portage, and Michal Miller, Michigan City. District 2 boys -- Skyler Kolli, International. District 2 girls -- Kristen Spolyar, Lebanon. District 3 boys -- Jaelan Sanford, Evansville Reitz. District 3 girls -- Sierra Hudson, Shakamak.

        Feb. 2-7 -- District 1 boys -- Ben Jackson, Gary Lighthouse CPA. District 1 girls -- Karissa McLaughlin, Homestead. District 2 boys -- Ryan Curry, New Palestine. District 2 girls -- Jessica Organ, Riverton Parke. District 3 boys -- Robert West, Evansville North. District 3 girls -- Zuriel Sanders, Evansville Central.

        Feb. 9-14 -- District 1 boys -- Joe Line, Fairfield. District 1 girls -- Emma Wolfe, Fort Wayne Bishop Luers. District 2 boys -- Matt Holba, Guerin Catholic. District 2 girls -- Sydney Shelton, Mt. Vernon (Fortville). District 3 boys -- Myles Ervin, Floyd Central. District 3 girls -- Jackie Young, Princeton.

        Feb. 16-21 -- District 1 boys -- Ryan Fazekas, Marquette Catholic, and Paul Forman, Churubusco. District 1 girls -- Anne Secrest, Tippecanoe Valley. District 2 boys -- Luke Callahan, Danville, and Ryan Cline, Carmel. District 2 girls -- Brittany Ward, Pike. District 3 boys -- Gannon Myers, Martinsville, and Ben Sellers, Evansville Mater Dei. District 3 girls -- Samantha Dewey, Triton Central.

        Feb. 23-28 -- District 1 boys -- Eugene German, Gary 21st Century Charter. District 1 girls -- Taylor Kranenburg, Oregon-Davis. District 2 boys -- Malik Bennett, Southport. District 2 girls -- Tyasha Harris, Heritage Christian. District 3 boys -- Matthew Husband, Lanesville. District 3 girls -- Ali Patberg, Columbus North.

        March 2-7 -- District 1 boys: Drew Hackett, Munster. District 1 girls: None. District 2 boys: Tahjai Teague, Pike. District 2 girls: Tyasha Harris, Heritage Christian, and Cameron Onken, Lafayette Central Catholic. District 3 boys: Austin Sappenfield, West Vigo. District 3 girls: Ali Patberg, Columbus North, and Jackie Young, Princeton.

        March 9-14 -- District 1 boys: Blake Berger, LaVille. District 2 boys: Cooper Neese, Cloverdale. District 3 boys: Ryan Welage, Greensburg.

        March 16-21 -- District 1 boys: Caleb Swanigan, Homestead. District 2 boys: Joel Okafor, Richmond. District 3 boys: Logan James, Barr-Reeve, and Alex Stein, Evansville Reitz.

        March 23-28 -- District 1 boys -- Tahj Curry, Homestead. District 2 boys -- Matt Holba, Guerin Catholic, and Bryce Moore, Park Tudor. District 3 boys -- Duncan Roy, Barr-Reeve.


    







IBCA names Juniors to play Seniors

 Eighteen players have been selected for the IndyStar.com Indiana girls Junior All-Stars for 2015.

    Players in the core group include Lindsey Corsaro of Roncalli, Ae'Rianna Harris of Lawrence North, Tyasha Harris of Heritage Christian, Sydney Shelton of Mt. Vernon (Fortville), Kristen Spolyar of Lebanon and Jackie Young of Princeton.

    The North group players are Camryn Buhr of Penn, Cameron Onken of Lafayette Central Catholic, Jayla Scaife of Muncie Central, Aliyah Walker of Brownsburg and Katelyn O'Reilly and Alexis Shannon of Noblesville.

    The South group players are Kara Gerka of Fishers, Holly Hoopingarner of Greenwood, Lauren McBryar of Mooresville, Tyana Robinson of Pike, Emily Sullivan of Evansville Memorial and Megan Walton of Hamilton Southeastern.

    The coaches for the Junior All-Stars have not yet been announced.

    The Junior All-Stars will play two games against the IndyStar.com Indiana All-Star senior girls. Those games tentatively are set for June 8 and June 10 at sites to be announced later.

    The players listed as core group players will play in both games. The players listed as North group players will join the core group for one game, and the players listed as South group players will join the core group for the other game. It is not yet know which date will include the North and South players.

    The Indiana senior All-Stars will play the Kentucky senior All-Stars on June 12 in Lexington and on June 13 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.
    The Junior All-Stars will not play Kentucky juniors this year.

    The Junior All-Star team is determined by the 22-member Indiana Basketball Coaches Association all-state panel in conjunction with its selection of the IBCA/Subway Underclass All-State Team. The selection process allows all IBCA-member head coaches the opportunity to recommend top players from schools on the traditional regional structure of the non-class tournament format. Representatives from each of those 16 regional areas, plus six representatives from the three IHSAA districts (two each from District 1, District 2 and District 3), then meet to review those recommendations, vote and finalize the selections.

    A list of those chosen as 2015 girls Junior All-Stars follows.

 2015 INDIANA GIRLS JUNIOR ALL-STARS
Core Group
    Lindsey Corsaro, 6-0, G, Roncalli
    Ae'Rianna Harris, 6-2, F, Lawrence North
    Tyasha Harris, 5-10, G, Heritage Christian
    Sydney Shelton, 5-9, G, Mt. Vernon (Fortville)
    Kristen Spolyar, 5-10, G/F, Lebanon
    Jackie Young, 6-0, G, Princeton
 
North Group
    Camryn Buhr, 5-11, F, Penn
    Cameron Onken, 5-10, G, Lafayette Central Catholic
    Katelyn O'Reilly, 5-10, F, Noblesville
    Jayla Scaife, 5-11, F, Muncie Central
    Alexis Shannon, 5-9, F, Noblesville
    Aliyah Walker, 6-0, F, Brownsburg
 
South Group
    Kara Gerka, 5-11, F, Fishers
    Holly Hoopingarner, 5-4, G, Greenwood
    Lauren McBryar, 5-8, G, Mooresville
    Tyana Robinson, 5-10, G, Pike
    Emily Sullivan, 6-4, C, Evansville Memorial
    Megan Walton, 5-8, G, Hamilton Southeastern