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Raiders reclaim sectional crown
Shenandoah's 65-40 victory against Frankton in the Class 2A Sectional 40 championship game gave the school its first postseason crown since 2008 and allowed Chelsea Kilian her first taste of a title celebration as a head coach.
- Flood, Ryan advance to state wrestling Pendleton Heights’ Tyler Flood and Alexandria’s Nate Ryan both finished fourth in the New Castle semistate to qualify for a trip to Indianapolis.
- Hanover sweeps Ravens The Anderson University men's basketball team lost to Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference rival Hanover College 86-66 on Saturday at Collier Arena.
- Wells, Tribe steal one against Jeff With another game slipping away late Saturday afternoon, Thomas Wells quite literally stole a victory for the Anderson boys basketball team. The sophomore guard had two steals in the final 40 seconds, keying a 9-0 run down the stretch as the Indians escaped with a 58-54 victory against Lafayette Jeff.
- Raiders hold on late to upset Lapel Rachel Krathwohl's 20th rebound Friday night proved to be the dagger. With 19.9 seconds remaining in this Class 2A sectional semifinal, the Shenandoah center came down with the carom after an errant jumper by Macee Rudy. She immediately went back up with the basketball, scoring and drawing a foul in the process. The ensuing free throw gave Shenandoah a five-point lead, and the Raiders held on to upset ninth-ranked Lapel 53-50.|MIDDLETOWN -- Rachel Krathwohl's 20th rebound Friday night proved to be the dagger. With 19.9 seconds remaining in a Class 2A sectional semifinal, the Shenandoah center came down with the rebound after an errant jumper by Macee Rudy. She immediately
- Elwood ends Argylls' run After pulling off one of the great comebacks in girls basketball sectional history, Madison-Grant proved to be no match for Elwood in Friday's Class 2A semifinals, dropping a 65-34 decision.
- Eagles survive and advance to title tilt It might have been ugly and stagnant to Frankton girls basketball coach Dean Riddle, but his Eagles are going to the Class 2A Sectional 40 championship game on Saturday against host Shenandoah. Frankton defeated Muncie Burris 46-33 on Friday in the semifinal round, marking their second victory in four nights at Shenandoah High School.
Tribe snaps slump in OT thriller
On a night set aside to celebrate the city's basketball past, the current Anderson boys team provided hope for the future. The Indians outlasted North Central Conference rival Muncie Central 59-57 in overtime, snapping a five-game losing streak without the services of leading scorer Kenya Wilkerson.
Anderson honors basketball trio
At halftime of the Indians’ game against Muncie Central, Ray Tolbert and former Anderson stars Roy Taylor and Kojak Fuller were honored for their contributions to Anderson basketball. All three were named Mr. Basketball and will soon see their jerseys hanging on the gym’s wall.
- Buck returns to AU as football assistant Anderson University hired former Ravens football player and alum Toby Buck as an assistant coach on the football coaching staff on Wednesday.
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