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HS boys basketball state finals: Players to watch

It’s time to shine. The four high school basketball state finals games are set for Saturday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Here the top players to watch: 699 more words


First round results from wrestling finals at The Palace

Thursday marked the first day of the MHSAA Wrestling Individual Finals at The Palace of Auburn Hills.

Twenty-six local wrestlers qualified for the state championships, with 10 of them winning Thursday’s first-round match. 284 more words


Class 2A girls basketball finals: Covenant Christian ‘couldn’t get over that hump’

The Covenant Christian girls basketball program fought uphill all afternoon in its first state finals appearance. This time, the Warriors couldn’t mount a comeback.

Lafayette Central Catholic defeated Covenant Christian 56-43 in the Class 2A championship on Saturday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. 833 more words


Class A girls basketball finals: Jac-Cen-Del wins first title

It had been 38 years since Jac-Cen-Del’s girls basketball team last played for a state title. Those girls eventually fell short to Warsaw.

On Saturday, the Eagles finished the job, winning the program’s first state championship with a 57-39 win over Argos in the Class A final at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. 470 more words


Fort Myers girls basketball win first state title

LAKELAND — Throughout the Fort Myers girls basketball team’s odyssey to its second straight appearance in the state Final Four, which included three head coaches and heartbreak last season, the Green Wave have always managed to come back stronger immediately after they are knocked down. 1,160 more words


HS wrestling state finals preview: 5 things to watch

One individual could reach a level only two other Indiana high school wrestlers have ever reached during this weekend’s state wrestling finals at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. 732 more words


Class 4A finals: FW Dwenger finishes job for cancer-stricken coach

Ernie Bojrab was on the sideline leading Fort Wayne Dwenger to a 27-3 win against East Central in the Class 4A championship game Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium. 566 more words