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- Boys basketball preview: Alex's Bloom has deep county roots This season represents something of a homecoming for Kyle Bloom. After two years as the boys basketball coach at Heritage Christian, the Madison County native is returning to his roots to take the reins at Alexandria. Growing up in Lapel, he often got an up-close view of legendary coach Garth Cone's work with the county rival Tigers. So understands the expectations, and he's looking forward to the challenge.
- Boys basketball preview: Jets set for another makeover The boys basketball program at Anderson Prep is starting over. Again.
- Boys basketball preview: Shenandoah ready for fresh start With just three seniors on the roster, the Shenandoah boys basketball team will have a new look this season. And that's not necessarily a bad thing.
- Lady Tribe soars in opener Anderson put together a strong second quarter in its season opener Saturday, scoring 25 points to pull away from Bishop Chatard and secure an 81-63 victory.
- Boys basketball preview: Familiar face takes charge at Daleville Daniel Hanson already has proven he can win at Daleville. He's racked up 31 victories and a sectional championship over the past two years in charge of the Broncos' baseball team. And he's no stranger to the area.
- Marion buries Argylls in second half FAIRMOUNT -- After a competitive first half, the Madison-Grant girls basketball team was buried in the second by Marion's full-court pressure. The end result was a 65-30 victory for the Giants in the season opener for both squads. The Argylls trailed
- Frankton's Korn signs with Lipscomb Korn signs letter with Lipscomb By Rick Teverbaugh The Herald Bulletin
- Arabians rally falls short in opener NEW CASTLE -- The youthful Pendleton Heights Lady Arabians basketball team chipped away at New Castle's large first-half lead during the final 16 minutes of the contest, but deficit was too much to overcome -- New Castle prevailed 48-44. Arabians' co
Girls basketball preview: Elwood early leaders in county pack
With graduation taking its toll across the county in girls basketball from the year before, more than one coach thinks the balance of power may indeed have moved to the north and west as the season gets underway this week.
- Indians aim for more girls hardwood titles Since Chad Cook took over as the Anderson girls varsity basketball coach four years ago, playing for titles has been a common experience.
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