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IBCA Boys Basketball Ratings

Official Boys Poll Results - January 25, 2015 Poll

Monday, January 26, 2015

Rank School Total Points Record 1st Place Votes
1 Evansville F. J. Reitz 433 17-0 16
2 Homestead 413 15-1 6
3 North Central (Indianapolis) 337 11-2  
4 Carmel 321 13-2  
5 Southport 315 13-2  
6 New Albany 314 13-2  
7 Pike 279 11-3  
8 Columbus North 241 13-2  
9 Lawrence North 236 12-3  
10 Carroll (Fort Wayne) 208 14-2  
11 Brownsburg 201 13-4  
12 Bloomington South 197 12-2  
13 Park Tudor 188 11-1  
14 Ben Davis 173 12-4  
15 Richmond 148 15-2  
16 Penn 136 15-2  
17 Mishawaka Marian 114 10-0  
18 East Chicago Central 95 10-3  
19 Evansville Central 53 11-1  
20 Leo 34 15-0  
Other Schools Receiving Votes
Barr-Reeve, Bloomington North, Brownstown Central, Chesterton, Columbia City, Covington, Evansville Bosse, Fort Wayne North Side, Fort Wayne Snider, Frankton, Greensburg, Griffith, Guerin Catholic, Indianapolis Attucks, Indianapolis Howe, Indianapolis Scecina, Indianapolis Tech, Liberty Christian, McCutcheon, Merrillville, Mooresville, Northeastern, NorthWood, Orleans, Silver Creek, Terre Haute South Vigo, Valparaiso, Warsaw Community
 

     

IBCA Girls Basketball Ratings

  

Official Girls Poll Results - IBCA Girls Basketball poll - Week 11 (Jan. 25)

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Rank School Total Points Record 1st Place Votes
1 Bedford North Lawrence 439 19-0 21
2 Lawrence North 419 18-0 1
3 Columbus North 394 18-1  
4 Homestead 352 19-2  
5 Heritage Christian 348 19-2  
6 Noblesville 296 16-1  
7 South Bend St. Josephs 289 16-1  
8 Penn 256 16-4  
9 Evansville Mater Dei 237 19-1  
10 Princeton Community 223 20-1  
11 Lake Central 204 16-3  
12 Pike 177 13-6  
13 Mooresville 169 18-4  
14 Roncalli 155 16-5  
15 Benton Central 144 17-0  
16 Fort Wayne Canterbury 114 16-0  
17 Hamilton Southeastern 77 14-4  
18 Center Grove 73 15-5  
19 Fishers 47 15-4  
20 Carmel 43 15-7  
Other Schools Receiving Votes
Barr-Reeve, Bloomington South, Columbia City, East Central, Evansville Central, Franklin Central, Gary West Side, Glenn, Jac-Cen-Del, LaPorte, Lebanon, Madison Consolidated, Merrillville, Mt. Vernon (Fortville), NorthWood, South Bend Washington, South Central (Union Mills), Triton, Triton Central, Westfield

Subway/IBCA Players of the Week and all Nominees

  



Spring scores 45, earns Player of the Week accolades

Covington senior joined by two other boys, four girls as honorees for week of Jan. 12-17

 

        Covington senior Chandler Spring poured in 45 points in his only game of the week to headline the honorees in the IBCA/Subway Player of the Week program.

        Spring was joined by Homestead senior Caleb Swanigan, Mooresville senior Lane Weaver, LaPorte junior Kyleigh Kubik, Lawrence North senior Lamina Cooper, Martinsville freshman Kayana Traylor and Trinity Lutheran freshman Maddie Roark as recipients for the week of Jan. 12-17 in the awards program overseen by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association.

        Spring, a 6-3 senior guard, entered Covington's game last Friday against Rockville 43 points shy of the 1,000-point plateau. Late in the game, he converted an old-fashioned three-point play to help the Trojans (14-1) close out his 45-point effort that also included 10 rebounds and two assists in an 81-46 victory. Spring sank 15-of-22 shots from the field, including 8-of-13 3-pointers, plus 7-of-9 free throws in his big game.

        Spring was the boys' District 2 honoree, while Swanigan and Weaver were the respective boys' winners for District 2 and District 3.

        The 6-9 Swanigan averaged 24.0 points and 15.1 rebounds in leading Homestead (15-1) to a pair of wins. He scored 26 points with 12 rebounds in a 72-58 triumph over Columbia City. The standout forward followed with 22 points and 19 rebounds as the Spartans outclassed Columbus (Ohio) Northland 76-48 in a showcase event in Kettering, Ohio.

        Weaver produced a double-double in leading Mooresville to a 60-55 upset of then-Class 4A No. 6 Columbus North in its only game of the week. The 6-2 Weaver tossed in 26 points with 11 rebounds as the Pioneers improved to 9-2. He made 9-of-15 shots, 4-of-7 3-pointers and 4-of-8 free throws.

        Kubik received accolades for girls' District 1 and Cooper received honors for girls' District 2. Traylor and Roark  were co-winners for girls' District 3.

        The 5-7 Kubik averaged 17.3 points, 3.7 rebounds and 3.3 assists in propelling LaPorte (14-4) to three victories, going 26-of-26 on free throws for the week and extending her free throw streak to 39 in a row. Kubik opened with 25 points, four rebounds, four assists and 18-of-18 free throws in a 59-50 victory over Plymouth. She added 12 points, four rebounds, two assists and 2-of-2 charities in a 50-37 win over Chesterton. Kubik finished the week with 15 points, three rebounds, four assists and 6-of-6 freebies in a 66-31 triumph over Mishawaka.

        Cooper, a 5-9 guard/forward, keyed Lawrence North to a 74-24 rout over rival Lawrence Central in its only game of the week. The Purdue recruit produced 23 points, 10 rebounds, four assists and five steals for the Wildcats (16-0). She made 6-of-13 shots, 2-of-4 3-pointers and 9-of-11 free throws.

        The 5-9 Traylor tossed in 38 points with eight rebounds, five assists and two blocks as Martinsville defeated Terre Haute South 69-51 in its only game of the week. Traylor sank 13-of-23 shots, 3-of-6 3-pointers and 9-of-11 free throws as the Artesians improved to 9-7.

        Roark shared honors after she averaged 35.5 points, 3.5 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 5.0 steals in two wins for Trinity Lutheran (8-9). The 5-4 guard tallied 35 points with four rebounds, four assists and six steals in a 66-50 decision over New Washington. She followed with 36 points, three rebounds, four assists and four steals in a 71-58 triumph over South Decatur. For the two games, Roark was 20-36 from the field, 7-of-12 on 3-pointers and 24-of-33 on free throws.

        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. Girls winners will be chosen from now through the week following March 7. Boys winners will be chosen from now through the week following March 28.
 

Other nominees for Week 10 (2014-15)

        District 1 boys -- Seth Adelsperger, Peru; Blake Berger, LaVille; Devin Cannady, Mishawaka Marian; Adam Davison, Leo; Paul Forman, Churubusco; Drew Hackett, Munster; Parker Hazen, Columbia City; Reontre Lawrence, South Bend Riley; Sean McGee, Fort Wayne North; Nate Walpole, Whitko.

        District 1 girls -- Heather Burton, Washington Township; Camille Coleman, South Bend Washington; Claire Cromer, Wabash; Courtney Dunlap, Argos; Dana Evans, Gary West; Jordyn Frantz, NorthWood; Tiajaney Hawkins, East Chicago Central; Becca Kennedy, Triton; Taylor Kranenburg, Oregon-Davis; Shae Rhonehouse, Fremont; Taylor Steele, Highland; Hunter Stevens, Plymouth; Michelle Weaver, South Bend St. Joseph; Tara Zlotkowski, Lake Central.

        District 2 boys -- Aaron Banks, Brebeuf Jesuit; Harris Brown, Indianapolis Howe; Joey Brunk, Southport; Ryan Curry, New Palestine; Kaleb Ferrell, Irvington Prep; Keegan Kollmeyer, Fishers; Will Martin, North Vermillion; Sean McDermott, Pendleton Heights; Marquise Moore, Cloverdale; Cade Renicker, Harrison (WL); Justin Roberts, Pike; Jarrod Smith, Frankfort; Trevor Waite, Tri-West; C.J. Walker, Indianapolis Tech; Dylan Windler, Perry Meridian; Ethan Woodrow, Fountain Central.

        District 2 girls -- Brianna Adams, Perry Meridian; Caitlyn Bradley, Clinton Central; Cameron Cardenas, Beech Grove; Avery Chezem, Covington; Lindsey Corsaro, Roncalli; Catherine Dunn, Jay County; Tyasha Harris, Heritage Christian; Anna Logan, Bishop Chatard; Kerstyn Lowery, McCutcheon; Chyna McMichel, Indianapolis Attucks; Maya Meredith, Cathedral; Maleha Motter, Danville; Katie Key, Frankton; Allison VanDyke, Westfield; Macy Willoughby, Carroll (Flora); Madison Wise, Greenfield-Central.

        District 3 boys -- Rasheide Bell, Evansville Central; Evan Borgman, Jac-Cen-Del; Dylan Cregar, Franklin County; Everett Duncan, Evansville Harrison; Adam Eberhard, Evansville Memorial; Rilee Epley, Evansville Day; Austin Graves, North Posey; Romeo Langford, New Albany; Chandler McKee, Gibson Southern; Steven Pergola, Castle; Cameron Smith, Franklin; Alex Stein, Evansville Reitz; Addison Wagler, Barr-Reeve; Blake Walsman, Batesville; Ryan Welage, Greensburg.

        District 3 girls -- Hannah Cosby, Gibson Southern; Taylor Drury, Eastern (Pekin); Maddie Fulton, Union County; Eve Galbreath, Switzerland County; Claire Higgins, Shawe Memorial; Brooke James, Princeton; Dominique McBryde, Bedford North Lawrence; Ali Patberg, Columbus North; Claire Rauck, Providence; Mikayla Rowan, Northview; Shelby Rupp, Batesville; Zuriel Sanders, Evansville Central; Tori Schickel, Evansville Mater Dei; Stephanie Sherwood, Evansville Memorial; Kayla Voegerl, Southridge.

 

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.


BIG Women's Weekly Release

   

                  Big Ten remains the No. 1 conference in terms of RPI according to the Collegiate Basketball News Women’s Basketball RPI Ratings. Maryland leads the way at No. 6, followed by Iowa (20), Nebraska (22), Ohio State (24), Minnesota (26), Northwestern (35) and Purdue (40) are among the top 50 teams.

 

·         The Terrapins are atop the Big Ten women’s basketball standings as the only unbeaten team in the conference. Maryland has won its last seven games and remains undefeated on its home court. Iowa (9-0) and Northwestern (7-0) have also maintained an undefeated record at home.

 

·         Rutgers’ Betnijah Laney was named the U.S. Basketball Writers Association National Player of the Week and the co-Big Ten Player of the Week after averaging 19.0 points, 9.5 rebounds, 5.0 assists and 3.5 steals in a pair of wins over Michigan and Penn State last week.

 

·         Big Ten women’s basketball teams rank among the top 10 of the latest NCAA statistics in several statistical categories. Maryland is among the top 10 in four different categories, including third in field goal percentage (.490), fifth in rebounding margin (+12.5) and sixth in scoring margin (+24.9) and in scoring offense (83.9 points per game).

 

·         Ohio State’s Kelsey Mitchell averages 24.9 points per game as the nation’s leading scorer. Teammate Ameryst Alston is the Big Ten’s second-leading scorer with 21.5 ppg.

 

·         Forty-eight Big Ten players have combined for 133 double-doubles this season. Minnesota’s Amanda Zahui B. and Michigan State’s Aerial Powers have each recorded 12 double-doubles, the second-most in the nation. Rutgers’ Betnijah Laney (No. 5) has posted 11 this season, while Michigan’s Cyesha Goree (No. 9) and Purdue’s Whitney Bays (No. 9) have each recorded 10 double-doubles to rank among the top 10 in the nation.

 

·         Three Big Ten players rank in the top 10 in the NCAA statistics in rebounds per game. Rutgers’ Betnijah Laney leads the conference with 12.1 caroms per outing, ranking fifth nationally. Minnesota’s Amanda Zahui B. (11.7 rpg) and Michigan State’s Aerial Powers (11.6 rpg) rank No. 7 and No. 8 in the nation, respectively.

Iowa’s Melissa Dixon leads the nation with 4.20 three-point field goals per game and ranks ninth nationally shooting 47.4 percent from three-point range. The senior guard ranks fifth all-time in Big Ten history with 273 career treys. Dixon has converted 31 three-pointers in the last five games, averaging 5.3 threes per game in Big Ten games.

As a team, the Hawkeyes lead the conference and rank 10th nationally with 8.5 three-pointers per outing, and are second in the nation with a 40.5 three-point field goal percentage. Michigan ranks No. 5 in the country, shooting 39.3 percent from three-point range.

Minnesota’s Amanda Zahui B. leads the Big Ten in blocked shots with 4.06 blocks per game, ranking third nationally. Ohio State’s Alexa Hart is also among the top 10 (No. 7) in the statistical category with 3.71 blocks per game. The Buckeyes rank No. 9 (6.3), while the Gophers are No. 10 (6.2) in the nation in blocks per game.

  Northwestern’s Ashley Deary’s 3.80 steals per game is the third-highest average nationally, while Rutgers’ Syessence Davis’ 3.56 steals per game ranks fifth in the nation.

BIG Men's Weekly Release

   

Attached is the 2014-15 Big Ten Men’s Basketball weekly release in PDF format, including updated schedules, results, television information, notes and more. The latest Big Ten statistics are also included in the same PDF. In addition, a few notes are included below:

Maryland, Michigan, Michigan State and Wisconsin are currently tied atop the Big Ten standings with identical 3-1 conference records. The Spartans are on a three-game Big Ten winning streak, while Michigan and Nebraska have each won two straight conference contests.

First-year Big Ten members Maryland and Rutgers will collide on the hardwood for the first time in a Big Ten conference game on Wednesday at Maryland’s XFINITY Center.

Four games have been extended to overtime during the conference season, most recently between Michigan State and Northwestern at the Breslin Center on Sunday. The Spartans outlasted the Wildcats, 84-77.

Indiana's 69-66 win over then #22/20 Ohio State marked its Big Ten-best third win over a nationally ranked opponent this season. The Hoosiers have defeated 18 ranked teams in the regular season since the start of the 2011-12 campaign, the second-most in the NCAA behind Kansas in that timeframe.

 Illinois’ Nnanna Egwu has recorded 173 career blocks, and enters Wednesday’s game at Northwestern just four blocks shy of setting Illinois’ career record (177), set by Deon Thomas from 1991-94.

Wisconsin head coach Bo Ryan won his 159th Big Ten game against Purdue last week, passing Walter Meanwell (158) for the most conference victories by a Badgers head coach record.

Iowa’s Aaron White became the Hawkeyes’ all-time leader in free throws made (527) last week versus Nebraska. He is the only Hawkeye in school history and one of only two active Division I players (along with Oklahoma's TaShawn Thomas) to score 1,500 or more points, corral at least 750 rebounds, hand out 150 or more assists, and tally at least 100 career steals.

The first two return matchups of the conference season will take place on Saturday, when Iowa hosts Ohio State and Maryland entertains Michigan State. The Hawkeyes defeated the Buckeyes in Columbus on Dec. 30, while Maryland outlasted host Michigan State in overtime.

Wisconsin’s Sam Dekker (1,018) became the 11th active member of the Big Ten’s 1,000-career-point club against Purdue. The Badgers' Frank Kaminsky currently boasts 996 career points, just four shy of the 1,000-career-point plateau.

Indiana’s Tom Crean, Iowa’s Fran McCaffery, Maryland’s Mark Turgeon, Michigan’s John Beilein, Michigan State’s Tom Izzo, Minnesota’s Richard Pitino and Purdue’s Matt Painter are participating in the 5th annual “Infiniti Coaches’ Charity Challenge,” competing for fan votes in an online bracket tournament that helps raise money for charities of the coaches’ choice. Fans are able to vote daily at www.ESPN.com/Infiniti.

Five Big Ten teams received votes in the latest Associated Press (AP) or USA Today Coaches' top 25 polls, including a pair of top-15 squads. Wisconsin leads the way at No. 7/6 (AP/USA Today). Maryland (No. 14/11) and Ohio State (# -/25) also appear among the top 25, while Indiana and Michigan State received votes in at least one poll.

The University of Maryland Athletics Department will recognize the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame induction of legendary coach Gary Williams on Jan. 16 ahead of the Terrapins’ home game against Michigan State on Jan. 17. Williams served as the head coach at Maryland, his alma mater, from 1989-2011, and also mentored Ohio State from 1986-89. He guided the Terrapins to the 2002 national championship.

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.

IFCA 2014 All-State teams

 

See all Class IFCA All-State teams by clicking H S Football tab at top of page 

Indiana Football Coaches Association

Top 50


Offense

Position

First Name

Last Name 

School

Class

Grade

WR

Keenan

Franz

Bloomington South

5A

12

WR

Antwan

Davis

Lake Central

6A

12

WR

Grant

Weatherford

Hamilton Heights

3A

12

WR

J.R.

Robinson

Merrillville

6A

12

TE

Inoke

Moala

Penn

6A

12

TE

Jacob

Schmatz

Mishawaka

5A

12

OL

Jared

Thomas

Indianapolis Cathedral

5A

12

OL

Brandon

Knight

Noblesville

6A

12

OL

Justin

Brandon

Ben Davis

6A

12

OL

Grant

Williamson

New Prairie

4A

12

OL

Tyler

Reed

Indianapolis Lutheran

1A

12

OL

Trent

Maynard

Decatur Central

5A

12

OL

Peyton

Truitt

West Lafayette

3A

12

OL

Dominic

Mathis

Warren Central

6A

11

OL

Max

Smoger

Center Grove

6A

12

OL

Ridge

Tarwacki

Penn

6A

12

QB

Kyle

Castner

Ben Davis

6A

12

QB

Tommy

Stevens

Decatur Central

5A

12

RB

Markell

Jones

Columbus East

4A

12

RB

Max

Norris

Center Grove

6A

12

RB

Kiante

Enis

Winchester

2A

11

RB

Charles

Salary

LaPorte

5A

12

K

Morgan

Hagee

Plainfield

4A

12


Defense

Position

First Name

Last Name 

School

Class

Grade

DL

Norman

Oglesby

Ben Davis

6A

12

DL

Noah

Grable

New Palestine

4A

12

DL

Austin

Fleming

Rensselear Central

2A

12

DL

Jacob

Robinson

Westfield

5A

12

DL

Austin

Robertson

Fort Wayne Wayne

5A

11

DL

Joe

Belden

Avon

6A

12

DL

Shawn

Streck

Merrillville

6A

11

DL

Gavin

Everett

Center Grove

6A

12

LB

Asmar

Bilal

Ben Davis

6A

12

LB

Gabe

Estes

New Palestine

4A

12

LB

Darrin

Kirkland

Lawrence Central

6A

12

LB

Josh

Barajas

Andrean

3A

12

LB

Kyle

Treber

Penn

6A

12

LB

Noah

Burks

Carmel

6A

11

LB

Quentin

Moon

Indianapolis Pike

6A

12

LB

Nick

Ratti

Whiteland

5A

12

DB

Jessie

Bates

Fort Wayne Snider

5A

12

DB

Mykelti

Williams

Warren Central

6A

12

DB

Adonis

Williamson

Indianapolis Tech

6A

12

DB

Alex

Aiken

Carmel

6A

11

DB

Josh

Lloyd

Fishers

6A

12

DB

Darius

Bryant

Southport

6A

12

P

Joe

Schopper

Indianapolis Cathedral

5A

12


At-Large

Position

First Name

Last Name 

School

Class

Grade

QB

Isaac

James

Carmel

6A

12

QB

Keion

Powers

Fort Wayne Wayne

5A

12

QB

Piercen

Harnish

Norwell

4A

12

LB

Logan

McCann

Evansville Mater Dei

2A

12


Goal Post Football Yearbook

 

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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