The Times file photo by Aaron Snyder
Noblesville senior point guard Jaron Youree and the Millers will find out the bracket for Hoosier Hysteria on Feb. 17.
The Times file photo by Aaron Snyder Noblesville senior point guard Jaron Youree and the Millers will find out the bracket for Hoosier Hysteria on Feb. 17.
The details for the upcoming IHSAA girls and boys basketball state tournament pairings shows were announced by the Association office.
The pairings for the 44th girls state tournament will be revealed on Jan. 20 beginning at 3:30 p.m.
The opening round games for the 109th boys state tournament will be announced on Feb. 17 at 5 p.m.
Both two-hour programs, hosted by Bob Lovell of Indiana Sports Talk, will stream exclusively on the IHSAA’s video portal at IHSAAtv.org (no television) and via affiliates of the IHSAA Champions Radio Network.
Immediately following each show, all sectional pairings will be available online at IHSAA.org.
A separate tournament preview show for both sports featuring highlights of the top teams and players as well as interviews with various coaches from around the state has also been scheduled. The girls tip-off program will air on Fox Sports Indiana on Jan. 23 at 5 p.m. while the boys program will run Feb. 26 at 6 p.m. Both programs will be hosted by Jeremiah Johnson of Fox Sports Indiana.
Dates and times for spring tournaments pairings shows will be announced at a later date.

Historic Collection of State Finals Programs added to IHSAA.org
A large collection of historic state finals programs from decades of championship events has been uploaded and is now available to the public on IHSAA.org.
In recent months, nearly 900 programs across 23 sports dating back to the earliest years of the Indiana High School Athletic Association, have been converted and digitized for online viewing.
The publications, most containing playing schedules, rosters of participants, officials assignments and more, are arranged by school year and season allowing an individual to research Indiana high school sports history.
Dating back to the late 1960s, nearly all programs in every IHSAA-sponsored sport are available including the advent of girls sports in the 1970s. Most of the 108 years of the boys basketball state tournament are represented with the oldest program from 1913.
Boys track and field, the oldest sport and first held in 1904, has a complete collection back to 1946 with three more viewable from 1942, 1931 and even 1915.
The webpage may be accessed by hovering over the “Resources” tab at the far right of the menu bar and choosing “State Finals Programs” from the dropdown menu or use this direct link: http://www.ihsaa.org/Resources/StateFinalsPrograms/tabid/824/Default.aspx