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- Raiders roll in season opener Shenandoah got off to a flying start to the 2013-14 boys basketball season, scoring the first 10 points en route to a 57-31 victory over Daleville on Wednesday night in the season opener for both teams.
- Bulldogs feast on Tigers 74-34 The Lapel Lady Bulldogs did all the damage needed in the first quarter Wednesday night as they rolled over Alexandria 74-34.
Tribe toughs up win in opener at Lapel
Anderson sophomore Thomas Wells didn’t start the first game of his varsity career Tuesday night at Lapel. But he made sure he finished it. Wells scored 21 points on 5-of-9 shooting from the floor and went 9-for-10 from the free-throw line as the Indians (1-0) found a way to hold off the Bulldogs (0-1) 54-47.
- Tigers power past APA in Bloom's debut The Alexandria boys basketball team provided a perfect birthday present for its first-year coach Kyle Bloom. The gift was a 72-39 victory over Anderson Preparatory Academy and the Tigers had it wrapped up with a nice bow early on Tuesday night.
- Lady Tribe dominates Rebels In sports, timing can be everything. Unfortunately for the Muncie Southside Lady Rebels, timing can also be a killer. In their final matchup with the old Olympic conference rival, the Anderson Lady Tribe dominated from start to finish on their way to a 102-26 win Tuesday night at Anderson High School.
Girls Cross Country Athlete of the Year: Pendleton Heights' Alex Buck
There is an adage for athletes about a “sophomore slump,” where an amazing first season cannot be matched in Year 2.
For Pendleton Heights cross country runner Alex Buck, there is no room for such an adage.
- Boys Basketball Preview: New-look Tribe prepares for the unknown Anderson's opening night roster features five sophomores and a freshman after losing seven seniors from a year ago.
- Boys basketball preview: Adjustments again necessary for Arabians It's rare that a team is asked to replace so many significant parts in consecutive seasons, but that's the challenge Pendleton Heights boys basketball coach Brian Hahn is tasked with this winter.
Boys basketball preview: Experienced Eagles set to soar
Some losses are easier to get over than others.
The kind that end on a tip-in at the conclusion of double overtime tend to skew toward the high end of the difficulty scale. Add a sectional championship to the mix, and the challenge becomes even greater.
But there's nothing the Frankton boys basketball team can do about last year's season-ending 52-50 loss against Wapahani in a Class 2A sectional final. So the Eagles, who finished 18-6 one year after winning the first sectional title in program history, are focusing on the future.
- Arabians hold on in home opener Pendleton Heights’ defense clamped down on Greenfield-Central during the second and third quarters Friday night, allowing its offense to chip away at the Cougars’ lead. In the waning minutes, the Arabians took the lead and held on to earn the victory, 49-45.
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