The Herald Bulletin

Morning Update


March 4, 2014

Editorial: Hoosier Hysteria unchanged at its core


We have 10 area teams spread among four different sectionals. Anderson and Pendleton Heights will be at New Castle. Lapel, Frankton and Shenandoah will be at Lapel. Elwood, Alexandria and Madison-Grant will be in Alexandria. Liberty Christian and Daleville journey to Monroe Central.

All teams have worked very hard to hone their skills for just this time of year and this winter hasn’t made that preparation easy. Snow and cold have made it difficult to get the games played and even to get to practices.

The players deserve the support. Money spent to watch these games is still one of the biggest bargains in athletics. There are 10 teams hoping for victory and also wanting to hear your voice in the gyms cheering them on. It will be exciting.

In summary Hoosier Hysteria comes to a head this week with the playing of the boys basketball sectionals. Going to the games is nearly all of the fun.

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