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  1. WIC 2018

    We will use this as our catch all this year. I was a little late to getting it posted but alas, in this instance it’s better late than never. Some interesting match-ups kick the season off. (my predicted winners in bold) Crawfordsville at Greencastle, 7 pm Danville at Cascade, 7 pm Edgewood at Mitchell, 7 pm Edinburgh at Brown County, 7 pm North Central at West Vigo, 7 pm North Montgomery at North Putnam, 7 pm Owen Valley at Vincennes Lincoln, 7 pm South Putnam at Cloverdale, 8 pm Sullivan at North Knox, 7 pm Terre Haute North at Northview, 7 pm Looking forward to some good discussion for this conference.
  2. CIC #1 vs #2

    Frankton deserved it, although 10 times I would bet these two split it. Caleb Middlesworth fouling out definitely didn't help and the game was played much closer than the final score. Landon Weins is really, really good. Frankton wanted it more tonight.
  3. Must See Gym or Game

    Not sure if this will help or not but I write for a scouting site covering all aspects of Indiana basketball and did this article back in November. https://www.prephoops.com/2017/10/best-small-school-gyms-indiana/
  4. CIC #1 vs #2

    I am here and it is definitely packed although there are some open seats. Got here at 6:30. Never been to Frankton as I travel to games around the state a ton (I work for Prep Hoops Indiana) and it is a very neat gym. Really excited for this one. Haven't been on since last year due to some complications but excited to be back. (Pic is from the third quarter of JV game.)
  5. First Financial Wabash Valley Classic

    Predictions: Game 1: Robinson vs TH North, 10am Game 2: Edgewood vs Owen Valley, 11:30am Game 3: Sullivan vs Riverton Parke, 1pm Game 4: Rockville vs Shakamak, 2:30pm Game 5: TH South vs South Vermillion, 4pm Game 6: Linton vs Cloverdale, 5:30pm Game 7: Casey-Westfield vs West Vigo, 7pm Game 8: Marshall vs Northview, 8:30pm
  6. First Financial Wabash Valley Classic

    I think that there will be some good games, but no one will beat THS. THN I don't think will get to the championship. Like last year I will post my predictions before the day starts.
  7. PSC Holliday Classic

    Should be a very competitive field this year!
  8. MasonHAsher's Games Attended Thread 2016-17

    Lapel destroyed Sheridan 78-37. Jon Ross Richardson scored his 1000th point with 20 points on the night to lead all scorers. Lapel had 4 guys in double digits. Sheridan is just really bad, they don't have anyone that can score. Lapel's defense is really good and the Richardson brothers are solid. Should be another deep run in the tournament. Depth could be an issue as will height for them as the brothers don't like the paint. Both play a wing spot. Merry Christmas everyone!
  9. New Albany 72 Bosse 63

    I feel like it will be Hibbard. Should be him or East, maybe Hunter. Hibbard is a future college player so I feel like he will come around.
  10. New Albany 72 Bosse 63

    Hibbard getting going is what NA will need to repeat this year! Can't be all Romeo. Liked that he scored 20.
  11. MasonHAsher's Games Attended Thread 2016-17

    Was going to go to Manual today, but I was called and told not to come. Not explaining the reasons but safe to say we won't be going back there ever again. Tonight I will be going to Sheridan at Lapel - should be a blowout, but have not seen these teams yet. Phinisee had a cyst on his knee and got it drained just a few days ago. He'll be good to go soon, nothing major just couldn't play.
  12. MasonHAsher's Games Attended Thread 2016-17

    Short recap below since I have to be at Manual at 8am tomorrow morning to cover that shootout. Game 1: Northwood 61, Liberty Christian 37. Bad game. LC is very bad. Miranda is good for Northwood. Game 2: Oak Hill 68, Northeastern 63. Oak Hill was down 17 going into the fourth. Great comeback sparked by Spencer Ballinger who had 16 points in the fourth quarter. Oak Hill outscored Northeastern 35 to 13 in the quarter. Game 3: Tech 59, East Chicago Central 58. Bad game. Glad it did not go to overtime. ECC is not very good. Couisnard was okay. Game 4: FW North 42, Lawrence Central 40. LC played the best they could have hoped and still only scored 40 points. Just 2 in the fourth. Game 5: McCutcheon 77, Merrillville 74. Without Phinisee I thought it would be all Merrillville. Eddy Collins scored 37 and Haden Deaton scored 29. A pretty decent game. Game 6: Lawrence North 61, FW Snider 53. Best game of the game really. Close throughout. Game 7: Mt. Vernon 72, Marion 60. Marion never had a chance. No offense to anyone but 6'10 Gage Pinkerton is really the worst player above 6'8 I have ever seen. Leading scorers: Eddy Collins (McCutcheon) 37, Haden Deaton (McCutcheon) 29, Malik Williams (FW Snider) 27, Jermaine Couisnard (East Chicago Central) 25, Spencer Ballinger (Oak Hill) 24, Tyler Smith (Northeastern) 23, Erick Shepherd (Mt. Vernon) 21, Cameron Wilbon (Merrillville) 21, Caleb Middlesworth (Oak Hill) 20. Leading rebounders: Micheal Ertel (Mt. Vernon) 14, James McCloud (Mt. Vernon) 13, Jaylen Butz (FW North) 13, Haden Deaton (McCutcheon) 12, Caleb Middlesworth (Oak Hill) 12, Ernest Myles (Lawrence Central) 12, Kevin Easley (Lawrence North) 11, Jibril Harris (East Chicago Central) 11, Keion Brooks (FW North) 10, Malik Williams (FW Snider) 10.
  13. Marion Classic

    Seems weird. I've never seen them called that anywhere ever.
  14. MasonHAsher's Games Attended Thread 2016-17

    At the Marion shootout today - a few bad games but overall lots of talent Liberty Christian v. Northwood Northeastern v. Oak Hill Tech v. East Chicago Central Lawrence Central v. FW North McCutcheon v. Merrillville FW Snider v. Lawrence North Marion v. Mt. Vernon Excited because I haven't seen these teams yet besides LC and LN this year and actually haven't seen some of these teams ever play.
  15. MasonHAsher's Games Attended Thread 2016-17

    I agree, I mean yeah they may have been holding Romeo but then again when someone is as active as he is they will be held. I just thought that they were a lot of no calls under the basket shooting for Carmel. There were some for NA as well. Refs aren't perfect. Romeo is very calm and cool. Doesn't say anything. I love it. Bosse game should be good. Lairy will be a handful. 30 balled Logansport. I think at this point my gut says Castle. I read your reasons and it could definitely go either way. Wouldn't be surprised either.