Indiana Basketball

Date and Location of 2019 Games


Date: Girls: Saturday, March 23rd, 2019 and Boys: April 20th, 2019
Game Times: Girls: 9:30am and 10:30am. Boys: 10:00am and Noon.
Admission: Adults $8; Kids grades 1-12 $5 (Pass is good for both games.)
Location: Bethesda Christian High School at 7950 N County Rd 650 E in Brownsburg, IN 46112 (see map below)
Director: Coach Mike Walker – (765) 635-6360 (cell)
All-Stars will receive a commemorative game jersey and are asked to wear black game shorts. Players should be at the gym half hour before game start.


Don’t forget…
BLACK shorts!

2019 Boy’s Game Recaps


Class 3-4A: EAST 79, West 74
This game was close throughout the first half with neither side gaining much of an advantage until the West, behind 15 points from Alandus Conner of Indianapolis Washington, surged late in the first half to a 44-38 lead at intermission. That advantage didn’t last long as the East tied things at 51-all with 17:20 remaining, took a lead and extended it to 73-64 with seven minutes left, and held on for the five-point victory.

EAST (79)
Tyrek Walker (Muncie Central) 5 5-5 15, Jake Cochran (Greenfield-Central) 3 1-2 7, Evan Wilson (Noblesville) 5 0-0 11, Shawn Michaelis (Edinburgh) 0 1-2 1, Noah Bierma (Rensselaer Central) 2 0-0 4, Luke Bower (Frontier) 2 0-0 5, Alex Hunt (Noblesville) 3 4-6 11, Noah Harris (Noblesville) 4 1-1 11, Jackson Hughes (Rensselaer Central) 3 4-4 11, Gavin Rose (Greenfield-Central) 1 0-0 3. Totals 28 16-20 79.
WEST (74)
Tylan Mullet (Clinton Christian) 3 0-1 6, Braden Merriman (North Newton) 1 2-2 5, Seth Shetler (Clinton Christian) 3 0-0 8, Alandus Conner (Indianapolis Washington) 7 4-4 20, Zachary Kolley (Tecumseh) 3 0-0 6, Herschel Miller (Clinton Christian) 2 0-0 4, Cade Walstra (Covenant Christian) 1 0-2 2, Aulton Martin (Attica) 4 0-0 10, Brandon Troyer (Clinton Christian) 2 0-0 4, Hunter Schanlaub (Caston) 3 3-4 9. Totals 29 9-13 74.
East 38 41 = 79
West 44 30 = 74
3-point goals – East 7 (Harris 2, Wilson, Bower, Hunt, Hughes, Rose), West 7 (Shetler 2, Conner 2, Martin 2, Merriman).

First Half Game 1
Second Half Game 1

Class 1-2A: EAST 129, West 106
This game was a track meet compared to the contest that preceded it. The East grabbed an early 10-2 advantage, extended it to 39-26, but the West rallied to outscore the East 27-16 the remainder of the half (behind 17 first-half points from Davion Bailey of Pike) to pull to within 55-53 at intermission. The East got things in high gear during the second half and behind 26 points from Connor Essegian of Central Noble and 11 more from Thomas Biddle of Southern Wells, it outscored the West 74-53 in the second half to post the 23-point victory. The two teams combined for 30 made three-pointers in the contest, 16 by the East and 14 from the West.
East 129, West 106

EAST (129)
Lucas Deck (Central Noble) 5 3-3 15. Alex Bertsch (Cambridge City Lincoln) 3 0-0 8, Sam Feola (Monroe Central) 1 0-1 2, Will Jones (Monroe Central) 4 0-0 11, Cody Samples (South Ripley) 3 0-0 6, Connor Essegian (Central Noble) 16 1-1 35, Thomas Biddle (Southern Wells) 9 0-0 23, Andrew Froedge (Blue River Valley) 3 3-4 10, Bryce Klein (Blue River Valley) 5 0-0 11, Kennedy White (Lighthouse) 4 0-0 8. Totals 53 7-9 129.
WEST (106)
C.J. Reed (Columbus Christian) 1 0-0 3, Davion Bailey (Pike) 7 2-3 17, Ethan Cooper (Benton Bucks) 3 0-0 7, Connor Wright (Benton Bucks) 4 3-3 13, Caleb Wright (Benton Bucks) 4 0-1 9, Steve Alderson (Cascade) 2 2-2 7, Cayden Watson (Cascade) 4 1-2 12, Conner Emily (Columbus Christian) 4 1-1 11, Jordan Myers (Edinburgh) 6 1-3 13, Brendan Kane (Rock Creek Academy) 6 0-0 14. Totals 41 10-15 106.
East 55 74 = 129
West 53 53 = 106
3-point goals – East 16 (Biddle 5, Jones 3, Deck 2, Bertsch 2, Essegian 2, Froedge, Klein), West 14 (Watson 3, Connor Wright 2, Emily 2, Kane 2, Reed, Bailey, Cooper, Caleb Wright, Alderson). Technical foul – Alderson.

First Half Game 2
Second Half Game 2
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2019 Boy’s Team Rosters


BOYS 3-4A EAST – RED TEAM
10:00AM

Gavin Rose, Greenfield – C/F
Bernie McGuinness, Guerin Catholic – F
Jake Cochran, Greenfield – G
Luke Bower, Frontier – PG
Shawn Michaelis, Eminence – F
Alex Hunt, Noblesville – F
Evan Wilson, Noblesville – F
Noah Bierma, Rensselaer – G
Noah Harris, Noblesville – F
Jackson Hughes, Rensselaer – W

BOYS 3-4A WEST – BLUE TEAM
10:00AM

Braden Merriman, N. Newton – G/F
Cade Walstra, Covenant Christian
Demotte – C
Aulton Martin, Attica – G
Herschel Miller, Clinton Chris. – G
Zachary Kolley, Tecumseh – F
Seth Shetler, Clinton Chris. – G
Tylan Mullet, Clinton Chris. – G
Cody Waldon, Indy Washington – PG
Alandus Conner, Indy Washington – SG
Hunter Schanlaub, Caston – P
Brandon Troyer, Clinton Chris. – G


BOYS 1-2A EAST – RED TEAM
Noon

Sam Feola, Monroe Central – F
Alex Bertsch, Cambridge City – G
Drew Luce, Wapahani – SG
Connor Essegian, Central Noble – G
Cody Samples, S. Ripley – G
Thomas Biddle, Southern Wells – G
Lucas Deck, Central Noble – G
Kennedy White, Lighthouse – F
Brandon Burgin, Bethesda – F/C
Will Jones, Monroe Central – PG
Andrew Froedge, BRV – G
Bryce Klein, BRV – GD

BOYS 1-2A WEST – BLUE TEAM
Noon

Davion Bailey, Pike – PG
Steve Alderson, Cascade – F
Cayden Watson, Cascade – PG
Darius Bennett, Edinburgh – G
Jordan Myers, Edinburgh – P
Brendan Kane, Rock Creek – F
Ethan Cooper, Benton Bucks – F
Caleb Wright, Benton Bucks – PG
Connor Wright, Benton Bucks – SG
C. J. Reed, Columbus Chris. – G
Conner Emily, Columbus Chris. – G

 
 

2019 Girl’s Games Recap


 
Class 3-4A: EAST 51, West 32
This game was close throughout the first half, which ended in an 18-18 deadlock. After the two teams traded baskets to start the second half, the East went on a 16-0 run to build a huge 36-20 advantage. The East eventually extended its lead to 23 points twice, the latter at 51-28 late in the contest before the West scored the final two buckets of the game to account for the final score of 51-32.

East (51)
Ali Willis (New Albany) 9, Kayliana Hammel (F.W. Bishop Dwenger) 8, Sydnee Hughes (Horizon Christian) 7, Belle Miller (Southmont) 7, Bentlei Grooms (Bloomington North) 6, Cassidy Kimble (Horizon Christian) 6, Erin Lillis (Bloomington North) 5, Lundyn Hughes (Horizon Christian) 2, Carissa Wiegman (F.W. Bishop Dwenger) 1. Notables for the East: Miller had nine rebounds; L. Hughes had five rebounds; Wiegman had four rebounds, two blocks, and a steal; and Hammel had two steals.
West (32)
Kenna Hisle (Evansville North) 11, Gabby Joyner (Evansville North) 5, Catlyn Mulligan (Lowell) 4, Gabbie Ramirez (Hobart) 4, Latonay Shropshire (Indianapolis Manual) 4, Grqace Nestich (Hobart) 2, Kahlan Krucina (.Lowell) 2, Payton Gard (Lowell) 0, Kaylee Chavez (Lowell) 0. Notables for the West: Hisle had seven rebounds and three steals; Krucina had seven rebounds and a block; Mulligan had four rebounds and a block; and Nestich had two steals.

First Half Game 1
Second Half Game 1

Class 1-2A: WEST 58, East 39
The East had a 6-3 lead early, but the West outscored the East 28-9 the remainder of the first half to grab a 31-15 advantage at intermission. In the second half, the East kept chopping away at its deficit and pulled to within 46-36 with about five minutes left in the contest. But the West outscored the East 12-3 down the stretch to record the 19-point victory.

East (39)
Madison Stamm (Anderson Prep) 11, Tommya Davis (Anderson Prep) 8, Jordan Winters (New Prairie) 6, Alayna Boots (New Prairie) 5, Kennedy Kugler (Prairie Heights) 4, Grace Inglehart (Austin) 2, Jamya Clay (Providence) 2, Allison Pavlik (New Prairie) 1, Macey Emmons (Perry Central) 0, Maddie Newby (Prairie Heights) 0. Notables for the East: Inglehart had 10 rebounds, three steal, and a block; Kugler had 10 rebounds and a block; Winters had two steals and a block; Stamm had two steals; and Emmons had two blocks.
West (58)
Trinity Barnes (Gary West Side Academy) 17, Olivia Klinger (Washington Township) 11, Mercedes Rhodes (Oregon-Davis) 10, Kennedy Gordon (Lanesville) 8, Jeanie Crabtree (Eastern-Greentown) 7, Kyla Mennen (Lewis Cass) 2, Macie Bumgardner (South Putnam) 2, Kayla Jones (Columbus Christian) 1, Kennedy Houser (Rossville) 0. Notables for the West: Mennen had seven rebounds, two steals, and a block; Crabtree had six rebounds, a steal, and three blocks; Rhodes had five rebounds and two blocks; and Barnes had five steals and three blocks.
 

First Half Game 2
Second Half Game 2

 

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2019 Girl’s Team Rosters


GIRLS 3-4A EAST – RED TEAM
9:30 a.m.

Kayliana Hammel, FW Bishop Dwenger – SG
Erika Pemberton, Bishop Chatard – Center
Carissa Wiegman, FW Bishop Dwenger – F
Bentlei Grooms, Bloomington N. – G
Erin Lillis, Bloomington N. – G
Sydnee Hughes, Horizon – FWD
Lundyn Hughes, Horizon – PG
Cassidy Kimble, Horizon – SG
Belle Miller, Southmont – F
Kalesha Livers, Manual – G
Makyla Livers, Manual – P

GIRLS 3-4A WEST – BLUE TEAM
9:30 a.m.

Kaylee Chavez, Lowell – PG
Grace Nestich, Hobart – G
Gabbie Ramirez, Hobart – F
Darlisha Reed, Hammond Gavit – G/F
Payton Gard, Lowell – W
Catlyn Mulligan, Lowell – PG
Kenna Hisle, Evansville N. – G
Gabby Joyner, Evansville N. – G
Kahlan Krucina, Lowell – C
Jada Taylor, Manual – F
Latonay Shropshire, Manual – G


GIRLS 1-2A EAST – RED TEAM
10:30 a.m.

Jamya Clay, Providence – SF
Madison Stamm, Anderson Prep. – SG
Alayna Boots, Prairie Heights – PG
Maddie Newby, Prairie Heights – F
Grace Inglehart, Austin – G/F
Sierra Lang, S. Decatur – F/G
Kennedy Kugler, Prairie Heights – F/C
Tommya Davis, Anderson Prep. – PG
Macey Emmons, Perry Central – PG
Jordan Winters, New Prairie – SG
Allison Pavlick, New Prairie – PG

GIRLS 1-2A WEST – BLUE TEAM
10:30 a.m.

Mercedes Rhodes, Oregon-Davis – PG
Jeanie Crabtree, Eastern Greentown – PG
Kennedy Gordon, Lanesville – G/F
Macie Bumgardner, S. Putnam – F
Kyla Mennen, Lewis Cass – F
Olivia Klinger, Washington Twnsp – SG
Kennedy Houser, Rossville – C
Trinity Barnes, Gary WSA – G
Kayla Jones, Columbus Christian – PG
Jessie Ringer, Rensselaer – G/F

2019 Venue Location