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  1. Thanks for answering, but it still seems odd. I am sure most teams would exchange places, but that still doesn't make it right. Like I stated earlier, while I am not the biggest basketball fan in the world, I would have attended the game here in town and bought tickets and concessions for my family. I won't travel 2 + hours. I have spoken to a few more fans that stated the same thing.
  2. Good Lord, no wonder I was confused. That change happened way back in 1998. I think the IHSAA had plenty of time to plan ahead and put teams closer to their geographic region. This game/gym pairing is ridiculous. I still don't have a good explanation.
  3. There was a scheduling conflict. The Penn kids were back at the school taking their SAT test. ?????
  4. Can someone with a higher IQ than me please explain why Penn must travel to Lafayette to play their semi-state game while Lafayette Central Catholic in turn has to travel to Elkhart for their game? It just doesn't make sense to me. I don't give a rats butt about some neutral court BS either. Has anyone told the IHSAA that attendance is down? In a sense, you have made these games an extremely difficult road trip for all involved instead of making it a road tip for one team. While I am not the biggest basketball fan in the world, I would have attended the game here in town and would have also bought concessions for my little family. I won't travel 2 + hours. Ridiculous. Will someone please explain to me the reasoning for this?
  5. That Michigan City vs: Warsaw game in week 2 will be a great one to see!
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