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  • Hoosiers defeat Penn State for second Big Ten win in a row

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Indiana came out with energy and intensity, outlasting an improved Penn State team to win a second straight Big Ten game, 74-70 at Assembly Hall. Juwan Morgan led the Hoosiers with 21 points. The team has now won four of five Indiana led by four at the half, extended it to 47-36 on a Robert Johnson three pointer, but the Nittany Lions chipped away, cutting the lead to three behind 28 game high points from Tony Carr, […]

  • Thompson tradition to continue at Purdue

    By Chris Widlic ZIONSVILLE, Ind. – Zionsville junior guard Isaiah Thompson and older brother P.J., Purdue’s senior starting point guard, are proving sibling rivalry can be a good thing. Despite their busy schedules, they try to see each other play in person as much as they can. They play against each other as much as they can, but because of the age difference, have never been able to play on the same team. “We always wanted to play with each […]

  • IU falls to Wisconsin 71-61

    MADISON, Wis.– Something about the Kohl Center causes Hoosiers everywhere to shiver. Indiana University lost to Wisconsin in Madison for the 16th straight time, but the first under Archie Miller, 71-61. It was a good start, bad finish for the Hoosiers who jumped out to a five point first half lead behind the hot shooting of fifth-year senior Collin Hartman. The Cathedral product tallied 18 points, and with Wisconsin missing three of their top five players due to injury, the […]

  • Semi-state preview: Several area high school teams vying to get to Lucas Oil

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – It’s all come down to this. One final game on the road to Lucas Oil Stadium and the IHSAA state football finals Thanksgiving weekend. There are semi-state matchups on the menu before the turkey is served next week, but the appetizer may be as appealing as next Thursday’s big dinner. In 6A, upstart 10-2 Avon visits top-ranked and unbeaten Ben Davis in a rematch that the Giants easily won during the regular season. Expect a high-scoring affair with […]

  • Oladipo, Robinson III team up to hand out turkeys to the needy

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Pacers are preaching family, and Victor Oladipo and Glenn Robinson III are taking it to heart. The teammates with deep Hoosier ties wanted to give back,and Robinson came up with an idea. Buy turkeys and all the trimmings for needy families and throw in some Pacers swag to boot. Robinson, from St. John, and son of former Purdue star Glenn Robinson hooked up with former IU Hoosier Oladipo on the special giveaway at Christamore House. “We […]

  • High School Preview: sectional final night

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Sectional finals night across the IHSAA football world where some of the top teams in the state face some fierce foes. In sectional 4, the 6-4 Carmel Greyhounds may have their hands full with the unbeaten Lafayette Jefferson Bronchos.  The ‘Hounds have played a much tougher schedule, but the visitors are feeling confident.  Expect a low scoring game in Hamilton County. Sectional 5 pits two schools whose route to this meeting is completely unexpected.  6-4 Fishers dropped […]

  • High School Preview: class 6A begins tournament play

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – It’s week two of the IHSAA football postseason, but for the big boys in 6A it’s playoff opening night. The large class took a bye last Friday, but are rested and ready for the run to Lucas Oil Stadium and the top team in the state gets tested on the road. Unbeaten Ben Davis takes it high-flying show to Lawrence, where the Giants meet the LC Bears for the second time.  Bill Peebles underdogs were able to […]

  • Butler’s exhibition opener special for Brunk

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind – Butler opens the LaVall Jordan era Saturday afternoon at Hinkle Fieldhouse when the Bulldogs tip off against NAIA member Hanover College. The game also has special meaning to Southport graduate and Bulldog sophomore Joey Brunk.  The 6-11 center’s late father “Big Joe” was a two-time NAIA All-American at Hanover in the late 70’s and early 80’s, ranking in the top ten of career points and rebounds. “I’m excited to play Hanover,” said Brunk, who redshirted his freshman […]

  • Purdue basketball fans enjoy Gold and Black scrimmage on Saturday

    WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Purdue basketball fans enjoyed the annual Gold and Black scrimmage at Mackey Arena Saturday afternoon, a chance to see what the defending Big Ten champions have without player of the year Caleb “Biggie” Swanigan. The reviews were impressive. Sophomore guard Carsen Edwards scored inside and out for 30 points, but maybe more importantly, zero turnovers. He and senior P.J. Thompson should make for a productive back court. Pre-season all Big Ten forward Vince Edwards has also […]

  • Week Nine High School Preview: last tune-up’s before sectionals

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – It’s Friday, the 13th of October, and the IHSAA puts a wrap on the high school football regular season. Nine games to prepare teams for sectional play on the road to Lucas Oil Stadium and the state finals.  Still a handful of conference titles to be decided on the field. In the Hoosier Crossroads, Avon, Fishers and Brownsburg are tied at 4-1 and they could end up sharing the crown.  The 4-1 Orioles host Noblesville, Brownsburg plays […]

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