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  • 5/7/2020 OK, some positive news.
    And this should put a little extra spring in the steps of Indiana high school athletes this summer.
    The IHSAA issued a statement this week that it plans to waive the rule for the annual moratorium week.
    It was scheduled for June 29-July 5, 2020.
    But, at this point, all high school-sponsored activities can now resume on July 1.
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  • Could Cool Hand Luke be Indiana’s best shooter ever?
    5/6/2020 I’ve yet to have an opportunity to see Blackford High School junior Luke Brown do what he does best on a basketball court.
    I’ve heard many good things about him. Basically he’s a human scoring machine.
    Hopefully I can work in a trip to see him play in 2020, probably at The Indiana Basketball Hall of Classic at the New Castle Fieldhouse.
    I remember when someone on social media said that Lapel’s Mark Barnhizer was the best shooter not named (Rick) Mount.
    I recently saw a quote on social media when someone said that Luke Brown might be the best shooter ever.
    Wow . . . ! But you know, could it be that he might be?
    He’s what you call a gunslinger, quick draw, and obviously quite a deadly shooter from what I hear. I’ve seen a few players who’ve fit that image down through the years.
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  • Adult baseball and getting back to our old Sagamore Conference roots
    5/6/2020 The Sagamore Athletic Conference is one of Indiana’s oldest and proudest conferences. OK, maybe it hasn’t been around as long as the venerable North Central Conference, which used to be as powerful as the Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference is today. But it has a proud past.
    The original members – Noblesville, Carmel, Brownsburg, Crawfordsville, Frankfort and Lebanon – formed the SAC in December of 1966. (By the way, for those curious the name came from the Abnaki Indian word for the chief or ruler who exemplified leadership and dignity.)
    OK, back to our regularly scheduled content.
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  • 5/2/2020 Indiana high school senior boy’s golfers will be in for a real treat if outdoor conditions continue to improve.
    Since all IHSAA spring sports have been canceled because of the coronavirus, there’s now an alternative for graduating senior golfers in 2020.
    They’ll have opportunity to play in two tournaments next month.
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  • 4/18/2020 After an extensive search, Matt Moore, boys varsity basketball coach at Fishers High School the past three seasons, will be recommended to the Warsaw Community Schools board of education as the next head Tigers boys basketball, according to a story on the Warsaw school website.
    Moore led the Fishers Tigers to a 47-27 record, including school records of 17 and 18 victories the past two seasons. Overall, Moore owns a six-year record of 89-58, which includes three years at Kokomo High School.
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  • HSE's Sydney Parrish named Miss Basketball
    4/10/2020 The wait is over Hamilton Southeastern!
    Sydney Parrish is Hamilton County’s 2020 Indiana Miss Basketball.
    The announcement was made early Friday afternoon, where Anthony Leal of Bloomington South was named Mr. Basketball.
    Parrish, the 6-2 shooting guard, becomes Hamilton Southeastern’s first Miss Basketball. The senior is a McDonald’s All-American and the Indiana MaxPreps Player of the Year. She was named the Indiana Female Gatorade Player of the Year in 2019.
    She’s also only the second Hamilton County player to be so honored as the Miss Basketball recipient. Carmel’s Amy Dilk earned the title in 2018.
    Parrish, who has signed with the University of Oregon, was selected IndyStar Indiana Miss Basketball for 2020 through voting of media and girls varsity coaches.
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  • 4/9/2020 The 2020 Indiana-Kentucky All-Star basketball games have been canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic, officials from both states announced on Thursday.
    With governmental leadership in both states implementing stay-at-home mandates, schools being closed for the remainder of the academic year and group gatherings limited to 10 people are fewer through late May, Indiana game director Mike Broughton and Kentucky game director Scott Chalk jointly agreed that the All-Star series would not be contested in 2020.
    The cancellation includes the Indiana-Kentucky Senior Games (that were to be on June 5 at Great Crossing High School in Georgetown, Ky., and June 6 at Southport Fieldhouse in Indianapolis).
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  • 4/2/2020 The Indiana High School Athletic Association staunchly supports our Governor, our State Commissioner of Health and our State Superintendent of Public Instruction in their herculean efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are extremely fortunate in Indiana to have these exemplary leaders providing guidance and care to all Hoosiers.
    With the announcement today of the closure of K-12 schools throughout Indiana for the remainder of the school year, the IHSAA announces the cancellation of all spring sports tournament series events for the 2019-20 school year.
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  • Heights coach honored by state association
    3/30/2020 Four Indiana high school assistant coaches will receive special awards from the Indiana Basketball Association in 2020.
    Hamilton Heights boys basketball assistant J.R. Moffatt, along with North Putnam girls basketball assistant Jim Brothers, Columbus North girls basketball assistant coach RaNae Isaak and Speedway boys basketball assistant Jim Merlie will receive Point Guard College Transformational Coach Awards as IBCA Assistant Coaches of the Year.
    This is the fourth year for the PGC Transformation Coach Awards, which are presented to coaches who have impacted the lives of their players and fellow coaches at their school and within their community. The recipients are coaches who are respected by their players and fellow coaches for their dedication, positive approach and integrity on and o? the court. Point Guard College is a corporate partner of the IBCA.
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  • 3/13/2020 

    The Indiana High School Athletic Association announced that because of the large number of schools closing for an extended period of time, it has become apparent the IHSAA boys basketball tournament series cannot be completed as scheduled.

    Subsequently, the boys basketball tournament is postponed immediately.

    There is no word yet on when a new date might be scheduled. Carmel was scheduled to play in the noon game at the Logansport Regional Saturday against New Haven.

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