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IBCA Boys Basketball Ratings

  

Indiana Basketball Coaches Association

Official Boys Poll Results - December 14, 2014 Poll

Sunday, December 14, 2014

Rank School Total Points Record 1st Place Votes
1 Southport 378 3-0 7
2 North Central (Indianapolis) 367 5-0 7
3 Homestead 331 6-1 4
4 Evansville F. J. Reitz 299 4-0 1
5 Carmel 296 3-1 1
5 Columbus North 296 4-0  
7 New Albany 262 5-0  
8 Guerin Catholic 231 6-0  
9 Brownsburg 228 4-1  
10 Pike 158 3-2  
11 Ben Davis 152 2-1  
12 Carroll (Fort Wayne) 149 5-0  
13 Munster 146 4-1  
14 Penn 129 4-1  
15 Park Tudor 102 4-0  
16 Lawrence North 90 4-0  
17 Greensburg 70 5-0  
18 Indianapolis Scecina 56 3-1  
19 Indianapolis Tech 48 4-2  
20 East Chicago Central 44 4-1  
Other Schools Receiving Votes
Barr-Reeve, Bloomington North, Bloomington South, Brownstown Central, Chesterton, Columbia City, Covington, Crown Point, Evansville Harrison, Fort Wayne Snider, Frankton, Griffith, Hamilton Heights, Hamilton Southeastern, Indianapolis Attucks, Jay County, Jennings County, Jimtown, Lake Central, Lawrence Central, Liberty Christian, McCutcheon, Merrillville, Mishawaka Marian, Northeastern, Pendleton Heights, Richmond, Silver Creek, Terre Haute North Vigo, Valparaiso, Warren Central, Warsaw Community, Winchester Community, Zionsville

IBCA Girls Basketball Ratings

  

Indiana Basketball Coaches Association

Official Girls Poll Results - IBCA Girls Basketball poll - Week 5 (Dec. 14)

Sunday, December 14, 2014

Rank School Total Points Record 1st Place Votes
1 Bedford North Lawrence 440 10-0 22
2 Lawrence North 417 10-0  
3 Heritage Christian 373 9-0  
4 Columbus North 366 6-1  
5 Homestead 364 7-0  
6 Center Grove 308 8-1  
7 Pike 283 7-1  
8 Noblesville 278 9-0  
9 Lake Central 245 9-1  
10 Penn 239 7-1  
11 Evansville Mater Dei 198 7-0  
12 South Bend St. Josephs 168 9-0  
13 Roncalli 166 8-3  
14 Hamilton Southeastern 142 9-1  
15 Mooresville 126 8-2  
16 Fishers 106 7-2  
17 Princeton Community 85 9-1  
18 LaPorte 71 7-1  
19 Fort Wayne Canterbury 41 8-0  
19 Benton Central 41 9-0  
Other Schools Receiving Votes
Barr-Reeve, Bloomington North, Bloomington South, East Central, Evansville Central, Evansville Memorial, Franklin Central, Glenn, Lawrence Central, Madison Consolidated, Mt. Vernon (Fortville), Oregon-Davis, Rochester, Seymour, South Bend Washington, Tri-Central, Westfield

Pictures from State Football Finals

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

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 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


Big Ten Football & Basketball

 

   

    Ohio State, Minnesota, Wisconsin men win honors

    Rutgers accepts Quick Lane Bowl bid

    Iowa accepts TaxSlayer Bowl bid

    Wisconsin accepts Outback Bowl bid

  

  

For the 13th consecutive year, the Wisconsin Badgers are going bowling. And for the fifth-straight season, that bowl game will take place in January. It was announced today that No. 17 UW (10-3, 7-1 Big Ten) will take on 19th-ranked Auburn (8-4, 4-4 SEC) in the Outback Bowl in Tampa, Florida, on Jan. 1 at 11 a.m. CT. The game will be televised by ESPN2.

 

“It’s a tremendous honor to be selected to play in the Outback Bowl and a great reward for our players and the terrific season they have had,” head coach Gary Andersen said. “Tampa is a great destination for our team and fans and Auburn is a very quality opponent from a great conference. We are looking forward to the matchup.”

 

Wisconsin’s current 13-year bowl streak is tied for the seventh-longest active streak in the country. The Badgers are also just one of two teams to play in a January bowl game each of the last five years (Alabama is the other).

 

Outside of the New Year’s Six bowl matchups, the Outback Bowl is one of just two bowl games to feature two top-20 teams.

 

This will be Wisconsin’s fifth appearance in the Outback Bowl. UW defeated Duke, 34-20, in 1995 in the then-Hall of Fame Bowl. In 1998, Georgia defeated Wisconsin, 33-6. The Badgers fell to Georgia again, 24-21, in 2005 then lost to Tennessee, 21-17, in their last appearance in Tampa, in 2008.

 

UW and Auburn have squared off three times prior to this season. The two teams tied 7-7 in 1931 in Madison. They met in the 2003 Music City Bowl, with the Tigers prevailing 28-14. Two years later, Wisconsin upset No. 7 Auburn, 24-10, in the Capital One Bowl in head coach Barry Alvarez’s final game.

   IOWA INVITED TO TAXSLAYER BOWL

 

IOWA CITY, Iowa -- The University of Iowa has accepted an invitation to participate in the 2015 TaxSlayer Bowl in Jacksonville, Florida.  The TaxSlayer Bowl is scheduled for 2:20 p.m. (CT) on Friday, Jan. 2. The game will be televised by ESPN from EverBank Field (77,511).

 

The Hawkeyes are making their second appearance in the TaxSlayer Bowl, having lost to Florida (14-6) following the 1983 season.  The attendance for that 1983 contest, 81,293, still ranks as the fourth highest attendance in the history of the event.  Iowa has posted a 14-12-1 record in 27 previous bowl appearances.

 

Iowa posted a 7-5 record in 2014, including a 4-4 record in Big Ten play (West Division).  Four of Iowa’s five losses were by a touchdown or less. Tennessee (6-6) finished its conference slate 3-5 and tied for fourth in the SEC East Division.

 

Iowa and Tennessee have met twice previously, with each team earning a victory. The Hawkeyes beat the Volunteers, 28-22, in the 1982 Peach Bowl played in Atlanta. Tennessee registered a narrow, 23-22, win over the Hawkeyes in the 1987 season opener played in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

 

The Hawkeyes are 4-2 against current SEC teams in bowl games under coach Kirk Ferentz having beaten Florida (2004 Outback), LSU (2005 Capital One), South Carolina (2009 Outback) and Missouri (2010 Insight) when the Tigers were members of the Big 12. Iowa lost to Florida and LSU in the 2006 and 2014 Outback bowls, respectively.

 

Iowa ranks third amongst Big Ten teams in bowl appearances and is bowl eligible for the 13th time under coach Kirk Ferentz.  Iowa has posted a 6-5 bowl record under Ferentz, including wins in four of seven January bowl games. Since the 2001 season, no Big Ten team has won more bowl games or has a higher winning percentage in bowl games than Iowa.

 

Fans interested in purchasing tickets to the game are encouraged to make their purchase through the UI Athletics Ticket Office.  By doing so, fans of the Hawkeyes will help the UI Athletics Department meet its obligation to the bowl game by selling the full allotment of ticket it assumes responsibility for as a participant. Fans can make their ticket purchase online at hawkeyesports.com tonight.  The UI Athletics Ticket Office will also begin accepting orders over the phone at 1-800 IA-HAWKS and over-the-counter at its location in Carver-Hawkeye Arena at 8 a.m. (CT) Monday.

 

 

Rutgers Accepts Invitation to Play in 2014 Quick Lane Bowl

 

 

PISCATAWAY, N.J. (Dec. 7, 2014) – Rutgers officially accepted an invitation to the 2014 Quick Lane Bowl on Sunday. It marks the ninth bowl appearance over the last 10 seasons for the Scarlet Knights and the 10th bowl game all-time in school history.

 

Rutgers (7-5, 3-5 Big Ten) will face North Carolina (6-6, 4-4 ACC) at Ford Field, home of the Detroit Lions. Kickoff is set for 4:30 p.m. with live television coverage on ESPN.

 

Rutgers and North Carolina have met six times in series history – the last time at North Carolina in 2011 (24-22 UNC victory). It marks the first time the two schools have met in a bowl and it will be Rutgers’ third bowl versus an ACC opponent (2012 Russell Athletic Bowl vs. Virginia Tech; 2008 PapaJohns.com Bowl vs. NC State).

 

The Quick Lane Bowl will debut in 2014 and marks a new partnership between the Big Ten and the Detroit Lions.

 

The Scarlet Knights are one of four Big Ten teams to be bowl eligible in nine of the previous 10 seasons joining Nebraska, Ohio State and Wisconsin.

 

"We're thrilled to participate in the Quick Lane Bowl at a world-class venue against a power five opponent in North Carolina,” said Rutgers Director of Athletics Julie Hermann. “This is a tremendous reward for our program following a successful first season in the Big Ten. 









"The opportunity to be in Detroit is based largely on the record-setting support we had from our fans this season. We believe our fan base will look forward to the opportunity to show up in force at Ford Field, one of the top NFL venues in the country, where it will be 72 degrees at kickoff."

 

Kyle Flood is the first coach in school history to lead Rutgers to a bowl game in each of his first three seasons as head coach. 

 

Flood guided Rutgers to seven wins so far in 2014 in the program’s first season as a member of the prestigious Big Ten Conference. Rutgers won all four of its non-conference games and earned Big Ten victories over Michigan, Indiana and Maryland.

 

Following the regular season, four players (wide receiver Leonte Carroo, defensive lineman Darius Hamilton, defensive lineman Kemoko Turay, offensive lineman Kaleb Johnson) were named all-conference, with Carroo earning First Team All-Big Ten accolades in the media vote.

 

The 2014 senior class is appearing in a bowl for the fourth consecutive season. The only other senior classes in school history to play in four straight bowls were members of the 2008 and 2009 senior classes.

 

The Scarlet Knights are 5-4 all-time in bowl games after last season’s 29-16 loss to No. 25 in the New Era Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium.

 

Rutgers’ season ticket holders can purchase tickets to the 2014 Quick Lane Bowl starting Monday at 9 a.m. on ScarletKnights.com or by calling the Rutgers Ticket Office at 1-866-445-GORU.

 

Bowl tickets for the general public will go on sale beginning Tuesday at 9 a.m. on ScarletKnights.com or by calling the Rutgers Ticket Office at 1-866-445-GORU.

Minnesota, Ohio State and Wisconsin Football Standouts Claim Big Ten Individual Honors

Gophers’ Kill, Buckeyes’ Barrett and Bosa and Badgers’ Gordon honored by media and coaches

 

Rosemont, Ill. – The Big Ten Conference announced the five remaining postseason individual award winners on Tuesday night, including honorees from the Gophers, Buckeyes and Badgers. Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordon was named the Graham-George Offensive Player of the Year. Ohio State defensive end Joey Bosa and quarterback J.T. Barrett were tabbed as the Nagurski-Woodson Defensive Player and Thompson-Randle El Freshman of the Year, respectively. Minnesota’s Jerry Kill was named the Hayes-Schembechler Coach of the Year by his peers and Dave McClain Coach of the Year by the media.

 Gordon is the fifth Badger running back to collect Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year laurels, along with Montee Ball (2011), John Clay (2009), Heisman Trophy winner Ron Dayne (1999) and Brent Moss (1993). The Ameche-Dayne Running Back of the Year, Gordon has amassed a Big Ten and school record 2,260 rushing yards, breaking the mark of 2,109 yards set by Dayne in 1996. Gordon leads the nation with 200.9 all-purpose yards per game, 188.3 rushing yards per game and 26 rushing touchdowns.

Bosa is the ninth Buckeye to receive the conference’s top defensive award, and the second in the past three seasons after John Simon claimed the honor in 2012. Bosa, who was named the Smith-Brown Defensive Lineman of the Year, leads the Big Ten with 13.5 sacks and 20.0 tackles for loss and is tied for the conference lead with four forced fumbles.

 Barrett is the eighth Buckeye to be named Freshman of the Year, and first since fellow signal caller Braxton Miller claimed the award in 2011. The Griese-Brees Quarterback of the Year, Barrett set the Big Ten record for most touchdowns responsible for in a season, accounting for 45 touchdowns, including 34 passing scores and 11 rushing touchdowns.

Kill claims his first Big Ten Coach of the Year laurel, and just the second for a Minnesota mentor since 1972, as Glen Mason was honored in 1999. Kill has guided Minnesota to back-to-back seasons of eight or more wins for the first time since 2002 and 2003. Five Minnesota players earned first-team All-Big Ten status this season, including Eddleman-Fields Punter of the Year Peter Mortell and Kwalick-Clark Tight End of the Year Maxx Williams.

 

Boren a second-team Academic All-American

Junior center has started all 12 games this season for Top 10 offense  

Ohio State junior center Jacoby Boren (Pickerington, Ohio/Central) has been named to the Capital One Academic All-America second team as announced today by CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America).

To be eligible for the award, a player must be in at least his second year of athletic eligibility, be a first-team or key performer and carry a cumulative 3.30 grade point average (GPA).

Boren, a Sustainable Plant Systems major, is in his third year with the Buckeye football program. He has blossomed as a first-year starter at center, starting all 12 regular-season games while helping to anchor an offensive line for an offense that ranked fifth in the NCAA in scoring (44.1 ppg) and 11th in both total offense (503.4) and rushing (257.4).

Boren has been named a Big Ten Conference Distinguished Scholar for having an overall grade point average above 3.70, a two-time Academic All-Big Ten honoree and a three-time OSU Scholar-Athlete.

Barrett a finalist for Manning Award

J.T. Barrett, who already has been named the Big Ten Conference’s quarterback of the year and its freshman of the year this week, has been named one of 10 finalists for the Manning Award, which goes to the nation’s top quarterback. The award is presented by the Allstate Sugar Bowl. The winner will be announced after the bowls in January and will be honored at a ceremony in New Orleans.

Bosa a Ted Hendricks Award finalist

Joey Bosa is one of six finalists for the Ted Hendricks Award, presented by the Ted Hendricks Foundation to the nation’s top defensive end. The winner will be announced Dec. 11. Bosa, the Big Ten’s defensive player of the year and its defensive lineman of the year, is a finalist for two other major awards: the Bednarik Award  

IBCA Subway Players of the Week

  

Welage, Scaife lead IBCA/Subway Players of the Week

Edwards, Callahan, Ostrowski and McBryde also cited in Week 3 of awards program

 

        Two players with 40-point games and four other standouts have been chosen Week 3 winners in the IBCA/Subway Player of the Week program for 2014-15.

        Greensburg senior Ryan Welage poured in 43 points while Muncie Central junior Jayla Scaife tallied 40 points in a game to headline the honorees in the player recognition program overseen by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association.

        That duo is joined by East Chicago Central senior Hyron Edwards, Danville senior Luke Callahan, DeKalb junior Skylar Ostrowski and Bedford North Lawrence senior Dominique McBryde as recipients for the week of Nov. 24-29.

        Welage, a 6-9 forward, is the boys' winner for District 3. In addition to his 43 points, he grabbed 25 rebounds while leading Greensburg to a 79-38 victory over South Dearborn. He converted 17-of-26 shots and 9-of-10 free throws in 26 minutes of playing time.

        Edwards and Callahan are respective boys' honorees in Districts 2 and 3.

        The 6-0 Edwards opened his season by scoring 23 points with four 3-pointers as East Chicago Central defeated Chicago Dunbar 63-44. The next night, Edwards scorched the nets for 39 points and seven rebounds as the Cardinals knocked off Marquette Catholic 88-77.

        Callahan, a 6-7 forward, averaged 32.5 points, four rebounds and three blocks to claim a weekly award. He opened with 30 points, three rebounds and five blocks in an 81-29 win over South Putnam. Callahan followed with 35 points, five rebounds and one block in a 75-43 triumph over Rockville. Over two games, Callahan made 28-of-43 shots from the field, including 5-of-13 3-pointers.

        Scaife, the girls' District 2 honoree, produced 40 points, 24 rebounds and seven blocks in her only game of the week, a 51-50 loss to Richmond. A 5-11 guard-forward, the University of Dayton recruit sank 15-of-28 shots, 1-of-4 3-pointers and 9-of-13 free throws.

        Ostrowski claimed laurels in girls' District 1, while McBryde was cited in girls' District 3.

        The 5-11 Ostrowski scored 28 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and made two steals as DeKalb edged Fort Wayne Northrop 54-53. She was 10-of-16 from the field and 8-of-11 from the line en route to her big performance.

        McBryde, a 6-2 forward, averaged 24.0 points, 5.5 rebounds and 3.0 steals in leading Bedford North Lawrence to a pair of impressive triumphs. First, the Purdue recruit scored 25 points on 10-of-10 shooting, 2-of-2 free throws and 3-of-3 free throws as the Lady Stars blitzed previously undefeated Princeton 60-29. She added six rebounds, three assists, one steal and two blocks. McBryde followed with 23 points, five rebounds, three assists and four steals in a 55-53 win over Kettering Fairmont, one of Ohio's top teams.

        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 3 (2014-15)

        District 1 boys -- Tyler England, Plymouth; Jacob Heller, Prairie Heights; Dylan Ingram, West Central; Brian Patterson, Lake Station; Mark Richards, South Central (Union Mills); JaQuan Robinson, Gary Lighthouse; Carter Skaggs, Logansport; Austin Woolett, Goshen.

        District 1 girls -- Taya Andrews, Fort Wayne Dwenger; Jenasae Bishop, East Chicago Central; Claire Cromer, Wabash; Kyleigh Kubik, LaPorte; Kyannah Stull, Glenn; Deja Wimby, Fort Wayne Snider.

        District 2 boys -- Malik Bennett, Southport; Vijay Blackmon, Marion; Harris Brown, Indianapolis Howe; Hunter Crist, Hamilton Heights; Ryan Curry, New Palestine; Zach Gunn, Hamilton Southeastern; Jimmy King, Roncalli; Jon Mauk, Oak Hill; Bryce Moore, Park Tudor; Marquise Moore, Cloverdale; Chris Nunn, Liberty Christian; Trequan Spivey, Warren Central; K.J. Walton, Brownsburg; Charlie Warner, Westfield; Ryan Williams, Indianapolis Arlington.

        District 2 girls -- Avery Chezem, Covington; Lamina Cooper, Lawrence North; Lindsey Corsaro, Roncalli; Deja Cyrus, Marion; Kara Gerka, Fishers; Rachel McLimore, Covenant Christian; Alexis Shannon, Noblesville; Sydney Willis, South Adams; Madison Wise, Greenfield-Central.

        District 3 boys -- Stanley Duncan, Evansville Harrison; Matt Heagy, Edinburgh; Bryan Hoeing, Batesville; Nick Macon, Madison; Grant Newcomb, Eastern (Pekin); Conner Sevier, Wood Memorial; Josh Speidel, Columbus North; Alex Yurack, Rushville.

        District 3 girls -- Hannah Cosby, Gibson Southern; Alex Davidson, Salem; Samantha Dewey, Triton Central; Kaitlynn Henning, Charlestown; Holly Hoopingarner, Greenwood; Morgan Kingston, Paoli; Allie McCool, East Central; Tori Schickel, Evansville Mater Dei; Stephanie Sherwood, Evansville Memorial; Alexis Thomas, Evansville Central; Audrey Wetzel, Columbus East; Hannah Wolford, Providence.

 

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 Ostrowaki, 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


 


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

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.