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2016 Indiana Class Basketball All-Star Classic  nomination forms will be sent out in early

January for our 8th annual games June 17th (Juniors) and June 18th (Seniors) at Anderson University.

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

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

 Purdue/Vanderbilt Men's basketball pictures are now online at:  McIntyreImaging.com

Box scores from Indiana Class Basektball All-Star Classic

  Real proud of all the student/athletes who honored their commitment and played in the 2015 Indiana Class Basketball All-Star Classic.

  

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2015 Indiana Class Basketball All-Star Coaches Named

    2015 All-Star Coaches for the Indiana Class Basketball All-Star Classic, Inc. 501 (c) (3) Not for Profit announces the coaches for the teams participating in this years event.

    Friday, June 19th Junior Girls:   Tod Windlan, Carmel and Jessica Walter at 12:30 p.m.

    Mike Armstrong, Perry Meridian and Jerry Freshwater, Marion at 2 p.m.

    Friday, June 19th Junior Boys:  Jeff Holloway, Muncie Central and Bobby Wonnell, Charles A Tindley at 6:30 p.m.

   Phillip Washington, Indianapolis Crispus Attucks and Mike McFarland, Rensselaer Central at 8 p.m.

     Saturday, June 20th  Senior 2A/1A Girls: Tonya Burns, Fort Wayne Canterbury and Tom Lindsey, Muncie Burris at 12:30 p.m.

     Saturday,  June 20th Senior  4A/3A Girls: Tonya Burns, Fort Wayne Canterbury and Mike Megeyese, Michigan City at 2 p.m.

     Saturday, June 20th  Senior 4A/3A Boys: at Mark McFarland and Keith Edmonds

     Saturday, June 20th  ICST North Team: John Vinson, Calumet Christian at 6:30 p.m.

     ICST South Team: Kevin Roth, Columbus Christian  at 6:30 p.m.

     Saturday, June 20th  Senior 2A/1A Boys at 8 p.m.  Rodney Klein, Cambridge City Lincoln at 8 p.m. and Corey Scott, Anderson Preparatory Academy

IHSAA State Girl's Draw


   http://indianagirlsbasketball.homestead.com/files/pairings.htm

Basketball History


    

 

  

IBCA Girls Basketball Poll

         

 

   
Rank School Total Points Record 1st Place Votes
1 Princeton Community 426 26-0 18
2 Columbus North 416 22-1 1
3 Homestead 394 21-2 1
4 Lawrence North 352 18-3 1
5 Heritage Christian 308 19-4  
6 Penn 305 21-2  
7 Roncalli 265 20-4  
8 South Bend St. Josephs 256 20-1  
9 Lake Central 254 22-1  
10 Carmel 229 19-4  
11 Noblesville 225 22-4  
12 Plainfield 193 21-2  
13 Oregon-Davis 154 21-2 1
14 Westfield 136 20-3  
15 Greenfield-Central 112 19-4  
16 North Central (Indianapolis) 105 17-5  
17 New Castle
62 19-3  
18 Tippecanoe Valley 59 21-1  
19 Benton Central 57 23-2  
20 Evansville Central 55 21-2  

                                    Bedford North Lawrence, Central Noble, Covenant Christian (Indpls.), East Central, East Chicago Central, Gary West Side, Gibson Southern, Indian Creek, Jac-Cen-Del, Lebanon, Marion, Michigan City Marquette, Mooresville, North Harrison, North Knox, Northridge, Norwell, Rochester, Seymour, South Bend Adams, Southridge, Springs Valley, Vincennes Lincoln, Vincennes Rivet, Warren Central, Washington, West Lafayette, Westview, Whitko, Zionsville

Subway/IBCA Players of the Week


         

Fountain Central star paces IBCA/Subway Players of the Week
Williams averages 32.5 points in two games; Buhr, Nall, Curry, Stewart and Stanifer also honored
 
            Macee Williams averaged 32.5 points and 19.0 rebounds over two games, and the Fountain Central junior paces the recipients in the IBCA/Subway Player of the Week program for the week of Jan. 25-30.
            Williams is joined by Penn senior Camryn Buhr, Mt. Vernon (Posey) senior Alexis Nall, Homestead senior Tahj Curry, Roncalli junior Christian Stewart and North Central (Farmersburg) senior Gavin Stanifer as honorees in the recognition program coordinated by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association.
Curry and Buhr are respective boys’ and girls’ winners for District 1, Stewart and Williams are recipients for District 2, and Stanifer and Nall collected accolades for District 3.
The 6-1 Williams began her week by scoring 31 points with 12 rebounds, two steals and four blocked shots as Fountain Central (17-4) posted a 66-35 victory over South Vermillion. She followed by notching 34 points with an eye-popping 26 rebounds plus three steals and five blocks in a 55-38 decision over Riverton Parke. In two games, Williams was 26-of-34 from the field and 13-of-19 on free throws.
Buhr netted 32 points with seven rebounds, four assists and five steals in leading Penn (21-2) to a triumph in its only game of the week, a 79-34 victory over rival Mishawaka. The 6-0 forward converted 12-of-20 shots, including 1-of-2 3-pointers, plus 7-of-7 free throws.
The 5-10 Nall propelled Mt. Vernon (Posey) to a triumph in its only game of the week. She produced 27 points with 20 rebounds, four assists and six steals as the Wildcats improved to 13-10 with a 78-32 victory over Evansville Harrison. Nall was 9-of-10 from the field, 3-of-3 on 3-pointers and 6-of-8 on free throws.
Curry helped the Homestead boys go 3-0 for the week to improve to 11-4. The 6-2 guard opened by scoring 17 points with five rebounds and five assists in a 78-56 victory over Leo. He then went for 32 points with seven rebounds, two assists and two steals in a 79-68 triumph over Fort Wayne Northrop. Curry also produced 22 points with nine rebounds, six assists and two steals in a 78-74 decision over Zionsville. In three games, he was 32-of-49 shooting, 2-of-5 on 3-pointers and 5-of-6 on free throws.
The 6-0 Stewart averaged 28.5 points and 6.5 rebounds in two games for Roncalli (11-5). A point guard, Stewart tallied 36 points with six rebounds and two assists in a 72-58 victory over Cardinal Ritter. He followed with 21 points, seven rebounds, 12 assists and two steals as the Rebels defeated Greenwood 80-62. In two games, Stewart was 17-of-27 shooting, 9-of-12 on 3-pointers and 14-of-15 on free throws.
Stanifer averaged 29.5 points and set a school record for career 3-pointers for North Central (Farmersburg). The 5-10 guard netted 33 points with three assists and five steals as the Thunderbirds dropped a 67-53 decision to Bloomfield. He later tallied 26 points with three assists and four steals in an 85-59 setback to Shakamak. During the week, Stanifer reached 1,000 career points and notched his 147th career 3-pointer, topping the old mark of 142 set by Brett Andrew in 1992.
            This is the eighth season for the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association Player of the Week program and the fourth season it is presented by Subway Restaurants of Indiana, a banner partner of the IBCA. Subway, in its sixth season as an IBCA partner, 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 Feb. 27. Boys winners will be chosen from now through the week following March 28.
 
Other nominees for Week 13 (2015-16)
            District 1 boys – Dakota Barkley, Churubusco; Kooper Broeker, Knox; Cornell Conner, Elkhart Central; Trejean Didier, Fort Wayne South; Campbell Donovan, Fort Wayne Dwenger; Chase Fierstos, Manchester; Eugene German, Gary 21st Century; Matt Jennings, Logansport; Jahmyr Johnson, South Bend Clay; Jake Koselke, Morgan Township; Jake Mangas, Warsaw; Nick Mantis, Lowell; Konner Platt, Huntington North; Skyler Smith, Lake Central; Adam Steinke, LaVille; Luke Stephens, Fairfield; Jagger Surface, Fort Wayne Northrop; Cameron Wilbon, Merrillville.
            District 1 girls – Taya Andrews, Fort Wayne Dwenger; Mykala Baylor, South Bend Clay; Leigha Brown, DeKalb;  Courtney Dunlap, Argos; Vicki Gard, Lake Central; Grace Hales, Westview; Rain Hinton, Woodlan; Alexa Holland, Rochester; Alexis Jennings, Bremen; Shania Kelly, Fort Wayne Concordia; Kyleigh Kubik, Oregon-Davis; Karissa McLaughlin, Homestead; Aly Reiff, Whitko; Shae Rhonehouse, Fremont; Anne Secrest, Tippecanoe Valley; Taylor Smith, Garrett; Mason VanHouten, Fort Wayne Canterbury; Kaylie Warble, West Noble.
            District 2 boys – Desmond Bane, Seton Catholic; Marcus Burk, Franklin Central; Ryan Coble, Greencastle; Phillip Corthen, Muncie Central; Luke Diener, North White; Jackson Edwards, Knightstown; Reggie Jones, Marion; Trevor Lakes, Lebanon; Jordan Matthews, Kokomo; Courvoisier McCauley, Indianapolis Manual; Kale Morris, Clinton Prairie; Christian Munson, Guerin Catholic; Mario Nalls, Indianapolis Tech; Cooper Neese, Cloverdale; Caleb Randolph, North Montgomery; Ben Tharp, Lafayette Central Catholic; Isaiah Thompson, Zionsville; Tyler Watson, Tri-West.
            District 2 girls – Daesjah Ely, Roncalli; Bayley Goodman, Benton Central; Maci Heimlich, North White; Ariyan Hines, Tindley; Keyla Hines, Franklin Central; Jenna Irelan, Yorktown; Madison Jones, Western Boone; DeAnn Kauffman, Union (Modoc); Emily Kmec, Carmel; Macie Lively, Tipton; Faith Morris, Blackford; Maleha Motter, Danville; Cameron Onken, Lafayette Central Catholic; Katelyn O’Reilly, Noblesville; Jayla Scaife, Muncie Central; Kristen Spolyar, Lebanon; Allison Van Dyke, Westfield; Madison Wise, Greenfield-Central.
            District 3 boys – Grant Allen, Gibson Southern; Erik Bell, Evansville Bosse; Evan Borgman, Jac-Cen-Del; Tye Collins, Loogootee; Braxton Day, Bedford North Lawrence; K.C. Earls, Mooresville; Rilee Epley, Evansville Day; Quinton Hayes, Northview; Daniel Horton, Trinity Lutheran; Romeo Langford, New Albany; Trevor Lengacher, Barr-Reeve; Walker Nurrenbern, Wood Memorial; Christian Reed, Silver Creek; A.J. Sellers, Washington Catholic; Jaret Sons, Rushville; Tanner Thomas, Vincennes Rivet; Tyler Toopes, Pike Central; Brandon Van Sant, Bloomfield.
            District 3 girls – Jorie Allen, Bedford North Lawrence; Addyson Blackwell, Bloomington South; Mackenzie Blazek, Whiteland; Katrina Christian, Crothersville; Lauren Curley, Terre Haute North; Cassidy Hardin, Center Grove; Emily Hollis, Henryville; Maliah Howard-Bass, Columbus North; Brooke James, Princeton; Jenna Johnson, Washington; Maddie Raley, Gibson Southern; Emily Sullivan, Evansville Memorial; Kayana Traylor, Martinsville; Alexis Vieck, North Knox; Kayla Voegerl, Southridge; Abby Wahl, Heritage Hills.
 
2015-16 winners
            Nov. 2-7 – District 1 girls: Shamari Tyson, Fort Wayne Wayne. District 2 girls: Jayla Scaife, Muncie Central. District  3: Alexis Thomas, Evansville Central.
            Nov. 9-14District 1 girls: Dana Evans, Gary West. District 2 girls: Lindsey Corsaro, Roncalli. District 3 girls: Jackie Young, Princeton.
            Nov. 16-21District 1 girls: Dana Evans, Gary West. District 2 girls: Madison Wise, Greenfield-Central. District 3 girls: Jackie Young, Princeton.
            Nov. 23-28District 1 boys: Jaylen Butz, Fort Wayne North. District 1 girls: Dana Evans, Gary West. District 2 boys: Desmond Bane, Seton Catholic. District 2 girls: Kristen Spolyar, Lebanon. District 3 boys: Braxton Day, Bedford North Lawrence. District 3 girls: Jackie Young, Princeton.
            Nov. 30-Dec. 5District 1 boys: Jagger Surface, Fort Wayne Northrop. District 1 girls: Karissa McLaughlin, Homestead. District 2 boys: Cooper Neese, Cloverdale. District 2 girls: Kristen Spolyar, Lebanon. District 3 boys: Bryce Rowe, Southwestern (Shelby). District 3 girls: Holly Hoopingarner, Greenwood.
            Dec. 7-12District 1 boys: Ignas Masiulionis, Culver Military. District 1 girls: Marie Steiner, Culver Academy. District 2 boys: Kale Morris, Clinton Prairie. District 2 girls: Myka Roth, Delphi. District 3 boys: Jack Nunge, Castle. District 3 girls: Zion Sanders, Evansville Central.
            Dec. 14-19District 1 boys: Canaan Cooper, Portage. District 1 girls: Mykayla Baylor, South Bend Clay. District 2 boys: Vijay Blackmon, Marion. District 2 girls: DeAnn Kauffman, Union (Modoc), and Lyla Muhlenkamp, Jay County. District 3 boys: Dru Smith, Evansville Reitz. District 3 girls: Holly Hoopingarner, Greenwood.
            Dec. 21-26District 1 boys: Austin Penick, Prairie Heights. District 1 girls: Grace Hales, Westview. District 2 boys: C.J. Walker, Indianapolis Tech. District 2 girls: Lindsey Corsaro, Roncalli. District 3 boys: Tyler Toopes, Pike Central. District 3 girls: Tiffany Vinup, Rising Sun.
            Dec. 28-Jan. 2District 1 boys: Malik Williams, Fort Wayne Snider. District 1 girls: Jenasae Bishop, East Chicago Central. District 2 boys: Desmond Bane, Seton Catholic. District 2 girls: Cameron Onken, Lafayette Central Catholic. District 3 boys: Jaylen Minnett, Terre Haute South. District 3 girls: Jackie Young, Princeton.
            Jan. 4-9District 1 boys: Eugene German, Gary 21st Century. District 1 girls: Sydney Taylor, Crown Point. District 2 boys: Mason Degenkolb, Tipton. District 2 girls: Laura Thomas, New Castle. District 3 boys: K.C. Earls, Mooresville. District 3 girls: Taylor Means, Scottsburg.
            Jan. 11-16District 1 boys: Jair Rodgers, Mishawaka Marian. District 1 girls: Taya Andrews, Fort Wayne Dwenger. District 2 boys: Franklin Nunn, Liberty Christian. District 2 girls: Kristen Spolyar, Lebanon. District 3 boys: Romeo Langford, New Albany. District 3 girls: Maddie Roark, Trinity  Lutheran.
            Jan. 18-23District 1 boys: Nate Walpole, Whitko. District 1 girls: Nicole Konieczny, South Bend St. Joseph. District 2 boys: Kris Wilkes, North Central. District 2 girls: Jayla Scaife, Muncie Central. District 3 boys: Tucker Blackwell, Bloomington South. District 3 girls: Allie McCool, East Central.
            Jan. 25-30District 1 boys: Tahj Curry, Homestead. District 1 girls: Camryn Buhr, Penn. District 2 boys: Christian Stewart, Roncalli. District 2 girls: Macee Williams, Fountain Central. District 3 boys: Gavin Stanifer, North Central (Farmersburg). District 3 girls: Alexis Nall, Mt. Vernon (Posey). 

2016 ISSA Awards


   For the 21st year, the Indiana Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association is pleased to announce
its annual Hall of Fame Class, set to be inducted in its annual award banquet to be held on
Sunday, April 10th at Valle Vista Country Club in Greenwood.
This year’s class includes the following personalities who have graced Hoosier newspapers,
radio stations, and television airwaves over the last several decades. The inductees are as
follows:
Kent Hormann, Fort Wayne Television and RadioKent spent over 20 years with WKJG in
Fort Wayne as both a videographer and sports reporter and eventually became the station’s sports
director. In addition, Kent has broadcast professional events in Fort Wayne, ranging from the
Fury, Mad Ants, TinCaps, Wizards, plus IPFW basketball and volleyball.
Pete DiPrimio, Fort Wayne NewsSentinel. Pete has covered both the Indiana and Purdue beat
for several years, and his work includes covering Final Fours, Indy 500s, and Brickyard 400s. In
addition, Pete has authored three books about Indiana University athletics and 20 children’s
books focusing on sports.
Matt Kopsea, Regional Radio Sports Network/Indiana Football DigestAfter
nearly 20 years with the South Bend Tribune, Matt is now in his fifth year of working with the Regional
Radio Sports Network and writing for the Indiana Football Digest. In addition to his experience
as a sportswriter, Matt has worked in the front office for the South Bend SilverHawks (now
Cubs) and as the sports information director at Bethel College.
Dan Korb, Evansville Courier & Press  Dan has been a part of the sports scene in
Southwestern Indiana for over 30 years. Dan’s coverage has ranged from all things auto racing,
including the Indy 500 and Brickyard 400, to the college beats of both Purdue and Southern
Indiana. Dan has previously won the Corky Lamm Award as the top sportswriter in the state in
2013 as awarded by the Indiana Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association.
Chris Denari, Television voice of Indiana Pacers Chris is now in his 10th year as the TVvoice of the Pacers on Fox Sports Indiana. Prior to that, Chris spent nearly 20 years as the radio voice of the Butler Bulldogs. He’s been on the call of the Indy 500 for many years, including theprestigious perch atop turn four at the Speedway. Chris was also on the first news staff at what is now Fox 59 in Indianapolis back in the mid '80s,and later was the Sports Director there prior tojoining the Pacers fulltimein 2006.

Bob Nagle, WHME TV 46 in South Bend Bob has been a broadcaster in the South Bend area

for just shy of 40 years. Bob began his career at WSBT in the late 70s, and has been a part of
numerous state championship broadcasts both to the South Bend area and as a part of the
statewide television network. In addition, Bob has a longstanding relationship with various
aspects of Notre Dame athletics, ranging from football to women’s basketball to baseball.
In addition to these new Hall of Famers, the Indiana Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association
will recognize winners of annual honors like the Marv Bates Sportscaster of the Year, the Corky
Lamm Sportswriter of the Year, The Ron Lemasters Lifetime Achievement Award, and the Bob
Williams Helping Hand Award. Those winners are as follows;
Marv Bates Sportscaster of the Year: Michael Grady WFNI/WRTV IndianapolisMichael
is both a major part of the radio and television airwaves in Indianapolis. He’s been a part of 1070
The Fan since its inception in 2008, and has hosted a late morning talk show with former Colt
Joe Staysniak since 2011. In August 2014, Michael joined the staff of WRTV, the ABC affiliate
in Indianapolis. Fans should also be familiar with Michael’s voice at Bankers Life Fieldhouse as
he’s the PA voice of both the Pacers and the Fever.
Corky Lamm Sportswriter of the Year: Al Lesar South Bend TribuneAl
has been covering high school sports for over 30 years in South Bend, but has also covered Notre Dame and Big
Ten football during his time with the paper. These days, Al is both the assistant sports editor as
well as a columnist for the Tribune.
Ron Lemasters Lifetime Achievement Award: Ron Lemasters Ron
passed away after a
sudden illness last March at the age of 76. Ron was the former sports editor of the Muncie Star
and was a member of the staff for nearly 40 years before retiring. After retiring, Ron served on
the news bureau at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for 15 Indy 500s. This is the first year this
award is being presented in Ron’s name, with Ron’s family receiving the inaugural edition.
Bob Williams Helping Hand Award: Andrew Smith Andrew
has broadcast a wide range of sporting events of the year, from high school sports primarily in Hancock County to Franklin
College athletics. In addition, Andrew teaches and coaches at New Palestine High School, and
serves as the sports information director for New Pal athletics. His gameday notes are the
equivalent of what most Division I colleges provide to writers and broadcasters. He’s also the PA
voice of the Indy Fuel.
All 10 honorees will be recognized at the group’s annual banquet on April 10th which begins at
2 p.m. at Valle Vista Country Club in Greenwood. Tickets are available with meal included for
$30. To order tickets, send a check for $30 to Fred Inniger, ISSA Treasurer, 3011 Noble Hawk
Drive, Kendallville, IN 46755.
The Indiana Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association was founded in 1946. It created it’s Hall
of Fame 50 years later in 1996. Currently with 99 members, the Hall of Fame roster will surpass
the 100 mark with the induction of the 2016 sixmember
class.

2015 IFCA All-State Teams

 IFCA ALL-STATE SUPER TEAM

 


OL Emil Ekiyor Indpls. Cathedral 10 6A
OL Ben Knutson Penn 12 6A
OL Coy Cronk Lafayette CC 12 1A
OL John Richardson Center Grove 12 6A
OL Caleb Jones Lawrence North 11 6A
OL Shawn Streck Merrillville 12 6A
OL Trent Maynard Decatur Central 12 5A
OL Dominick Mathis Warren Central 12 6A
OL Dan Godlevske Indpls. Chatard 12 3A
OL Titus Martin Fishers 12 6A
TE Ben Skowronek Homestead 12 6A
TE Martin Petruf Whiting 12 2A
WR Austin Mack FW Luers 12 3A
WR Mac Hippenhammer FW Snider 11 5A
WR Andrew Griffin Avon 12 6A
WR Jalen Walker Carmel 11 6A
QB Brandon Peters Avon 12 6A
QB Alex Neligh New Palestine 12 5A
QB Isaac Stiebeling FW Snider 12 5A
QB Camden Bohn Penn 12 6A
QB Hunter Johnson Brownsburg 11 6A
RB Kiante Enis Winchester 12 2A
RB Chris Evans Ben Davis 12 6A
RB Toks Akinribade Brownsburg 12 6A
RB Titus McCoy Center Grove 11 6A
RB Jackson Anthrop Lafayette CC 12 1A
RB Jaden Rhea Monrovia 12 2A
PK Nate Needham Chesterton 12 6A

IFCA 6A TEAM

 

OL Kyle Ball Perry Meridian 12
OL Matt Garrett Southport 12
OL Eric Ferguson Noblesville 12
OL Deshawn Williams Carmel 12
OL Nate Warnock LaPorte 12
OL Jason Mitchel Warren Central 12
OL M.J. Dumas Lawrence North 12
OL Jordan Lapsley Indpls. Cathedral 12
TE Evan Higgs Southport 12
TE Matt Moore Avon 12
WR Greg Miller Hamilton Southeastern 12
WR Stori Emerson Ben Davis 12
WR Tyler Kirtz Brownsburg 12
WR Austin Krider Homestead 12
QB Michael Viktrup Carmel 12
QB Aiden Smith Carroll (Allen) 12
RB Jaylen Coe Warren Central 12
RB Gerrid Doaks Lawrence Central 12
RB Bryce Crook Valparaiso 12
RB Gino Francesconi LaPorte 12
PK Cameron Fox FW Northrop 12

 

DL Dylan Roth Perry Meridian 12
DL Kyle Williams Southport 12
DL Jasison Brogan Warren Central 12
DL A.J. Elcock Avon 12
DL James Jamicich Carroll (Allen) 12
DL Zach Main Penn 12
LB Matt Thompson Avon 12
LB Wally Dahlkamp Lake Central 12
LB Ryan Guhl Indpls. Cathedral 12
LB Brandon Martin Lawrence North 12
LB Jackson Sodrel Center Grove 12
LB Luke Finke Chesterton 12
DB Eli Walton Southport 12
DB TraVon Smith Ben Davis 12
DB Anthony Tucker Merrillville 12
DB Blake Schumacher Carroll (Allen) 12
DB Tyler Pence Center Grove 12
DB Mitchell Kelley Columbus North 12
P Nash Griffin Lawrence Central 12

IFCA 6A JUNIOR TEAM

 

OL Nick Johnson Portage 11
OL Pompey Coleman Ben Davis 11
OL Grant Purlee Homestead 11
OL David Redding Columbus North 11
OL Clay Hadley Center Grove 11
TE Nolan Metcalf Penn 11
WR James Kirklen Merrillville 11
WR Blake Evans Southport 11
QB Drew Keszei Homestead 11
RB Bryant Fitzgerald Avon 11
RB Mitchell Burton Columbus North 11
PK Josh Gonzalez Portage 11

 

DL Britt Beery Carmel 11
DL Jake Winkle Fishers 11
DL Kavont'a Murray Lawrence Central 10
LB Alec Patch Perry Meridian 11
LB Jalen Williams Southport 11
LB Ja'Shaun Dickman Noblesville 11
LB Walter Haire North Central (Indpls) 11
DB Dijon Anderson Warren Central 11
DB R.J. Potts Fishers 11
DB Ben Stewart Indpls. Cathedral 11
DB Pete Werner Indpls. Cathedral 11
P Taylor Soper Fishers 11


IFCA 5A TEAM

 

OL Garrett Breneman W. Lafayette Harrison 12
OL Bryce Brown Evansville North 12
OL Tyler Johnson Whiteland 12
OL Austin Kisrow Mishawaka 12
OL Jacob Kough Castle 12
OL Jonathan Mendoza Westfield 12
OL David Small Concord 12
OL Andrew Yazel New Palestine 12
TE Grant Dempster McCutcheon 12
TE Rhett Myers Columbus East 12
WR Malik Bramley FW Snider 12
WR Justin Jenkins TH South 12
WR Josh Emerson Concord 12
WR David Turner FW Snider 12
QB Ryan Pepiot Westfield 12
QB Darian Phillips Mishawaka 12
RB Gabriel Brooks SB Adams 12
RB Jeron Gray Kokomo 12
RB Marcelle Kenner Kokomo 12
RB Steven O'Neal Columbus East 12

 

DL Devin Buchtman Bloomington South 12
DL Noah Daniels SB Adams 12
DL Marcus Green FW Snider 12
DL Ryan Harrison Decatur Central 12
DL Jordan Holley Goshen 12
DL Brandon Perry Whiteland 12
LB Tiger Baldwin Bedford North Lawrence 12
LB Parker Caldwell McCutcheon 12
LB Sam Dwenger Columbus East 12
LB Kyle Edwards Mishawaka 12
LB Joe Izbicki New Palestine 12
LB Mitchell Thornbury Castle 12
DB Nick Brickens New Palestine 12
DB Daniel Ricksy Lafayette Jefferson 12
DB Logan Grim TH North 12
DB Jordan Matthews Kokomo 12
DB Brandon Wadley SB Adams 12
DB Hunter Warthan Bloomington South 12

IFCA 5A JUNIOR TEAM

 

OL Quamielle Bell Kokomo 11
OL Harry Crider Columbus East 11
OL Jack Driscoll SB Adams 11
OL Spencer Stachyra Westfield 11
OL David Judy New Palestine 11
WR Noah McLean Castle 11
WR Cedric Mitchell Concord 11
QB Dayne Keller Castle 11
RB Brenden Mikesell Zionsville 11
RB Money Woods FW Snider 11
RB Andre Wells Muncie Central 11
PK Jacob Ballain Whiteland 11

 

DL Bryce Biddle Plainfield 11
DL Trent Dardeen McCutcheon 11
DL Ryder Emberton Whiteland 11
DL Alex VanDyke Franklin 11
LB Kevin Banks Mishawaka 11
LB Jackson Garrett Westfield 11
LB Sam Helm Bloomington South 11
DB Adam Kincaid New Palestine 11
DB Tavonte' Malone SB Adams 11
DB Tyrone Tracy Decatur Central 11
DB Keenen Wheeler Kokomo 11
P Jonathan Hagee Plainfield 11

IFCA 4A TEAM

 

OL Jordan Cistola Munster 12
OL Patrick Marsh Munster 12
OL Luke Podgorny Highland 12
OL Michael Koebel SB St. Joseph 12
OL Jeremy Herber FW Dwenger 12
OL Jarrod Schwenk East Central 12
OL Chas Buening Evansville Central 12
OL Brayden Patton Edgewood 12
TE Charlie Cleveland East Chicago Central 12
TE Nathan Ogle East Noble 12
WR Mitchell Hahn Delta 12
WR CJ Hedgepeth Evansville Harrison 12
WR Kerrion Ringo Evansville Reitz 12
WR Grant Theil Jasper 12
QB Jack Barron Plymouth 12
QB Luke Patton East Central 12
RB Isaac James Lowell 12
RB Nate Fries Indpls. Roncalli 12
RB Zach Mills Delta 12
RB DeShaun French Shelbyville 12
PK Carl Krueger Jasper 12

 

DL Dylan Whitehead Highland 12
DL Logan Armagast Munster 12
DL Mario Rodriguez Jay County 12
DL Dylon Neff South Dearborn 12
DL Jarrett Mohr Shelbyville 12
DL Jordan Fox-Suggs Evansville Bosse 12
LB Gage Nierzwicki New Prairie 12
LB Mark Snorton Hammond Morton 12
LB Jack Buckey SB St. Joseph 12
LB Tanner Cleveland NorthWood 12
LB Payton Marksbury Boonville 12
LB David Graham Andrean 12
DB Monte White Hobart 12
DB Will Chrisman DeKalb 12
DB Cam Eveland Plymouth 12
DB Tremon Jackson New Haven 12
DB Jackson Daugherty Greenwood 12
DB Will Brown Evansville Reitz 12
P Robbie Smetana Lowell 12

IFCA 4A JUNIOR TEAM


 

OL Mitchell Sacco Lowell 11
OL Tyler Selm Franklin County 11
OL Aaron Baudoux Pendleton Heights 11
OL Spencer Massey Hobart 11
OL Chase Sutherland East Central 11
TE Drew Minnich NorthWood 11
WR Dylan Hunley East Noble 11
WR Montrez Hearon Beech Grove 11
QB Trey Bilinski NorthWood 11
QB John Lux Shelbyville 11
RB Nishawn Jones New Haven 11
RB Amaun Clark FW Dwenger 11

 

DL Tynan Williams New Prairie 11
DL Chance Justus Mooresville 11
DL Mason Moon Northview 11
DL Adam Shoulders Evansville Harrison 11
LB Peter Winkeljohn FW Dwenger 11
LB Christian Brueggemann Indpls. Roncalli 11
LB Sid Fox East Central 11
DB Jordan Jusevitch Lowell 11
DB Dylan Rosado Greenwood 11
DB Dylan Hyatt Northview 11
DB Elijah Dunham Evansville Reitz 11
P Andrew McCormick East Noble 11

IFCA 3A TEAM

 

OL Tyler Anderson Hamilton Heights 12
OL Aaron Bergman Bellmont 12
OL Nick Clevenger Indian Creek 12
OL Quinton Fetz Charlestown 12
OL Mick Palmer FW Luers 12
OL Daniel Phifer Tipton 12
OL Anthony Todd Yorktown 12
OL Clay Wilkerson Brownstown Central 12
TE Joe Wildt Princeton 12
TE Jacob Wilson Batesville 12
WR Timothy Echoles Hammond 12
WR Spencer Ronchetto West Lafayette 12
WR Sam Snyder Indpls. Brebeuf 12
WR Devon Zachary North Montgomery 12
QB Baylee Adams North Montgomery 12
QB Nick Sellers Gibson Southern 12
RB Sam Best North Harrison 12
RB Wes Cook Tri West 12
RB Zach Mears Batesville 12
RB Travis Rolle West Lafayette 12
PK Drew Bevelhimer Indpls. Brebeuf 12
DL Gerard Carthy Indpls. Brebeuf 12
DL Isaac Fettig Guerin Catholic 12
DL Cory Klem Gibson Southern 12
DL Dylan Kortman Western Boone 12
DL Chad Meyer Southridge 12
DL Daemen Williams FW Luers 12
LB Jacob Brewer Brownstown Central 12
LB Patrick Coulter Mishawaka Marian 12
LB Carter Friedt Bellmont 12
LB Logan Marsh Western Boone 12
LB Charlie Sexauer Indpls. Chatard 12
LB Seth Williamson Batesville 12
DB Kenton Crews Heritage Hills 12
DB Dylan Guldager Jimtown 12
DB Joe Ravotto Mishawaka Marian 12
DB Griffin Scheller Gibson Southern 12
DB Patrick Sowinski Indpls. Chatard 12
DB Brennan Thieneman Guerin Catholic 12
P Kordell Prescott Peru 12

IFCA 3A JUNIOR TEAM

 

OL Curtis Blackwell Norwell 11
OL Nick Mammolenti Jimtown 11
OL Steven Norlock Hanover Central 11
OL Mason Paris Lawrenceburg 10
OL Dakota Weiss Gibson Southern 11
TE Casey Coll Tri West 11
WR Bryce Bennington Twin Lakes 11
WR Peyton Head Evansville Memorial 11
QB Mikey Kidwell West Lafayette 11
RB Gabe Coleman Indpls. Chatard 11
RB Alexander Horvath Mishawaka Marian 11
PK Jose Garcia Bellmont 11

 

DL Michael Dennison Mishawaka Marian 11
DL Gabe Howe Twin Lakes 11
DL Zack Montz Princeton 11
DL Will Roberts Indpls. Brebeuf 11
LB Cam Maier Mt. Vernon (Posey) 11
LB Tyler Watson Tri West 10
LB Jakob Young Culver Academies 11
DB Gavin Bane Brownstown Central 11
DB Peterson Kerlegrand FW Concordia 11
DB Kenny Kerrn Jimtown 11
DB Sterling Weatherford Hamilton Heights 11
P Kyle Kramer Brownstown Central 11



IFCA 2A TEAM

 

OL Chase Cope Monrovia 12
OL Kyle Dennis Evansville Mater Dei 12
OL Nathan James Eastbrook 12
OL Austin Martin Knox 12
OL Dristin McCubbins Monrovia 12
OL Koy Pruitt Indpls. Scecina 12
OL Jake Schlie Woodlan 12
OL Brayden White North Putnam 12
TE Josh Gerig Woodlan 11
TE Patrick Kaiser Indpls. Ritter 12
WR Matt Bowman Eastern Hancock 12
WR Josh Majors Indpls. Ritter 12
WR Jackson Pokorney Evansville Mater Dei 12
WR Ryan Topper Bremen 12
QB Stuart Glascow Whiting 11
QB Garrett Tolen Paoli 12
RB Joel Durkes Oak Hill 12
RB D'Wayne Eskridge Bluffton 12
RB Landon Harris Churubusco 12
RB Drayke Richardt Evansville Mater Dei 12
PK Jeremy Nutter Heritage Christian 12

 

DL Elijah Chalfant Winchester 12
DL Carter Chastain Paoli 12
DL Elliott Connor Indpls. Scecina 12
DL Anthony Gillespie North Newton 12
DL Jordan Holley Wabash 12
DL Bobby Scheele North Putnam 12
LB Bryan Beauchamp Triton Central 12
LB Derek Bryant Elwood 12
LB Titus Edwards Winchester 12
LB Nathanial Farabee Southmont 12
LB Reece McDonald Wabash 12
LB Maverick Schultz Winamac 12
DB Clayton Brumfield Eastern Hancock 12
DB Isaiah Bryant Indpls. Scecina 12
DB Izaiah Cole Bowman Academy 12
DB Luke Hadley Heritage Christian 12
DB Brad Hodges North Putnam 12
DB Alex Roederer Providence 12
P Tony Skoda Boone Grove 12

IFCA 2A JUNIOR TEAM

 

OL Dakota Green Northeastern 11
OL Carson McCain Providence 11
OL Brayden McQuitty Frankton 11
OL Owen Perkins Oak Hill 11
OL Jacob Thompson Eastside 11
TE Jack Wright Indpls. Scecina 11
WR Zac Minnich Milan 10
WR Luke Pugh Winamac 11
QB Kurtis Wilderman Evansville Mater Dei 11
RB Garrison Lee Monrovia 11
RB Dalton Smith Monrovia 10
PK Henry Ollmann Oak Hill 11

 

DL Michael Boots Evansville Mater Dei 10
DL Jake McKenzie Heritage Christian 11
DL Isaac Sanagun Whiting 11
DL Will Therber Indpls. Scecina 11
LB Jordan Delagrange Woodlan 11
LB Will Ferree Indpls. Scecina 11
LB Avery Hall Indpls. Ritter 11
DB Andrew Barajas Eastbrook 10
DB Elias Gates Winchester 11
DB Micah Oberhausen Providence 11
DB Aaron Steele Triton Central 9
P Jason Liddick Eastbrook 11

IFCA 1A TEAM

 

OL Brady Benskin West Washington 12
OL Noah Clark Hagerstown 12
OL Isaac Eash LaVille 12
OL Grant Harris Southern Wells 12
OL Evan Harvey Adams Central 12
OL Dylan Morris Linton- Stockton 12
OL Connor Phelps Covington 12
OL Andrew Steffey North Daviess 12
TE Brandon Gierke South Putnam 12
TE Ian McCombs North Central (Farmersburg) 12
WR Nick Bischoff Oldenburg Academy 12
WR Jacob Chesney Sheridan 12
WR Pierce Jackson Linton Stockton 12
WR Brett Templin Hagerstown 12
QB Jake Reid Indpls. Lutheran 12
QB Cody Wright North Vermillion 12
RB Hunter Bates Adams Central 12
RB Cody Colbert Tri Central 12
RB Mitch Eberhardt Linton- Stockton 12
RB Jarred Short Northfield 12
PK Austin Fernandes Pioneer 12

 

DL Cale Dyson Northfield 12
DL Jacob Lytle Pioneer 12
DL Joe Masters South Putnam 12
DL Clayton McGrady Fountain Central 12
DL Aaron Steffey North Daviess 12
DL Evan Wallpe North Decatur 12
LB Zach Fields Knightstown 12
LB Austin Hileman North White 12
LB Hunt Reynolds Springs Valley 12
LB Cody Rudy Shenandoah 12
LB Jordan Schultz North Judson 12
LB Brandon Yeagy Lafayette CC 12
DB Bryce Bonewit Southern Wells 12
DB Sam Kiser Pioneer 12
DB Colten Leininger Tri Central 12
DB Skylar Sanders South Newton 12
DB Trey Thompson North Central (Farmersburg) 12
DB Brice Wilde North Judson 12
P Dillon Smith Tri Central 12

IFCA 1A JUNIOR TEAM


 

OL Connor Bettis Rockville 11
OL Jackson Byrne West Washington 11
OL Corbyn House North Decatur 10
OL John Pasch Indpls. Lutheran 11
OL Gaige Sinn North Judson 11
TE Avery Gentry Linton Stockton 11
WR Austin Durham Attica 11
WR Peyton Trexler Southwood 10
QB Tyler Meurer Linton Stockton 11
RB Andre Jones Indpls. Lutheran 10
RB Jack Kiser Pioneer 9
PK Sam Milazzo Lafayette CC 11

 

DL Elliott Cage Tri Central 11
DL D'mitri George Lafayette CC 11
DL Dale Sandberg North Judson 11
DL Brandon Schoeneman Adams Central 11
LB J.T. Basinger North Central (Farmersburg) 11
LB Landon McPheeters West Washington 11
LB Evan Weir North Vermillion 11
DB Jeff Graham Eastern Greene 11
DB Andrew Hammond Adams Central 11
DB Jake Quasebarth North White 11
DB Jake Vancleave Fountain Central 11
P Logan Harmeson Attica 11



NCAA Eligibility Center

  The 2015-2016 Eligibility Center Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete is now online at www.eligibilitycenter.org

  Please visit this site. It is a great resource!!

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

ICGSA Polls


 

     

RANK

SCHOOL

RECORD

PREVIOUS

1

Vincennes Rivet (5) 99

20-3

2

2

Jac-Cen-Del (4) 95

21-1

1

3

MC Marquette (2) 94

21-2

3

4

Springs Valley 75

21-0

4

5

Indianapolis Tindley 62

21-2

6

6

Argos 56

18-3

5

7

South Central (UM) 45

18-5

7

8

Bloomfield 34

17-5

8

9

Morgan Twp 13

15-7

NR

10

North White 11

18-4

NR


                                                                                                        

Others receiving votes:

Riverton Parke, Wood Memorial, Clay City

 

RANK

SCHOOL

RECORD

PREVIOUS

1

Oregon Davis (7) 98

21-2

1

2

Rochester (2) 91

20-1

2

3

Covenant Christian 77

17-5

3

4

Lafayette Central Catholic 48

18-5

5

5

Carroll 43

18-3

6

6

Eastern Pekin 39

16-6

4

7

Whitko 35

17-6

7

8

Providence 31

16-7

9

9

Fountain Central 21

17-4

8

10

Austin 14

14-8

NR


                             Others receiving votes:

South Adams, Forest Park, 


                                                                                    North Posey, Henryville, 

                                                                     North Knox, Oak Hill, Evansville Mater Dei, 

                                                                                  Eastbrook, North Decatur

 

RANK

SCHOOL

RECORD

PREVIOUS

1

Princeton (14) 149

26-0

1

2

Heritage Christian (1) 128

19-4

2

3

South Bend St. Joseph 124

20-1

3

4

Tippecanoe Valley 102

21-1

4

5

Norwell 85

20-2

5

6

Benton Central 71

23-2

6

7

North Harrison 66

22-2

7

8

Marion 42

20-3

8

9

West Lafayette 26

20-3

9

10

Lebanon 16

17-6

10


Others receiving votes:

Southridge, Evansville Memorial, Greensburg


 

RANK

SCHOOL

RECORD

PREVIOUS

1

Columbus North (10) 141

22-1

1

2

Homestead (3) 137

21-2

2

3

Lawrence North (2) 117

18-3

3

4

Penn 87

21-2

4

5

Roncalli 82

20-4

5

6

Lake Central 66

22-1

6

7

Carmel 65

19-4

7

8

Noblesville 43

22-4

8

9

Plainfield 35

21-2

9

10

Greenfield Central 20

19-4

10


Others receiving votes:

New Castle, Westfield, East Chicago, North Central,


 Northridge, Seymour, Gary West Side

IBCA Boys Basketball Poll

 

  
Rank School Total Points Record 1st Place Votes
1 New Albany 435 14-1 17
2 North Central (Indianapolis) 420 15-1 5
3 Merrillville 383 16-1  
4 Warsaw Community 338 17-0  
5 Pike 303 14-4  
6 Carroll (Fort Wayne) 291 14-3  
7 Indianapolis Tech 285 14-2  
8 McCutcheon 237 15-3  
9 Evansville F. J. Reitz 231 15-3  
10 Lawrence North 227 13-5  
11 Griffith 198 15-1  
12 Lawrence Central 184 13-5  
13 Tipton 173 14-0  
14 Franklin Central 167 13-3  
15 Bloomington South 157 14-4  
16 Southport 115 11-6  
17 Fort Wayne North Side 104 15-4  
18 Brownstown Central 85 15-1  
19 Carmel 45 11-5  
20 South Bend Riley 37 15-4  

 

                                     
Other Schools Receiving Votes
Barr-Reeve, Ben Davis, Columbia City, Crown Point, Danville, East Chicago Central, Hamilton Southeastern, Homestead, Indianapolis Cathedral, Lapel, Mishawaka Marian, Mt. Vernon (Fortville), New Castle Chrysler, NorthWood, Park Tudor, Shenandoah, Silver Creek, Terre Haute South Vigo, Twin Lakes, Valparaiso, Warren Central, Zionsville     

Excel High School Sports Second Power Rankings of Year Poll

 

6A Ranking School     Last Rankings
1 Center Grove 1
2 Carmel 2
3 Cathedral 5
4 Warren Central 3
5 Avon 6
    6 Penn                                 4
7 Ben Davis 8
8 Hamilton Southeastern 7
9 Fishers 9
                     10 Lawrence Central                          10
5A Ranking

1 New Palestine 1
2 Columbus East 2
3 Bloomington South 4
4 Fort Wayne R F Snider 3
5 Whiteland 7
6 Mishawaka                           8
7 Decatur Central 7
8 Kokomo 10
9 Zionsville 6
10 Westfield                           5
4a Ranking

1 Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger 2
2 Lowell 3
3 Evansville F J Reitz 1
4 Roncalli 7
5 East Central                           5
6 Leo                           8
7 NorthWood NR
8 Andrean  6
9 Plymouth 4
10 Northview                          10
10  New Prairie                        NR



3a Ranking

1 Indianapolis Bishop Chatard 1
2 Gibson Southern 5
3 Brebeuf Jesuit 2
4 Fort Wayne Bishop Luers 3
5 Gurien Catholic 8
6 West Lafayette 4
7 Western Boone 9
8 Mishawaka Marian                           6
9 Bellmont 9
10 Tri West                        NR
10 North Montgomery                           9





2a Ranking

1 Evansville Mater Dei 1
2 Monrovia 2
3 Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter 5
4 Woodlan 8
5 Eastbrook                           6
6 Thomas Carr Howe Community 9
7 Eastern Hancock 7
8 Triton Central                             4
 9 Indianapolis Scecina Memorial 9
                     10 Lewis Cass                         10
1a Ranking

1 Lafayette Central Catholic   1
2 Pioneer 4
3 Linton Stockton 2
4 North Vermillion 3
5 Adams Central 5
6 Tri Central 6
7 North White 10
8 Shenandoah                           7
9 Northfield                           9
10 North Judson                        NR