November 11, 2015
The Jeffersonville Holiday Hoopsgiving presented by Hoosier Hills Hoops, a four-team tournament with varsity and junior varsity divisions, features some of the Hoosier State’s most intriguing girls’ basketball teams and players.
The one-day tournament will take place Saturday, Nov. 28, 2015, at Jeffersonville High School’s newly-renovated William S. Johnson Arena. Here’s a look at the pairings:
Game 1: Indianapolis Pike vs. Jeffersonville — 10 a.m., Main Gym
Game 2: Greenfield-Central vs. Providence — noon, Main Gym
Game 3, consolation: Game 1 loser vs. Game 2 loser — 6 p.m., Main Gym
Game 4, final: Game 1 winner vs. Game 2 winner — 7:30 p.m., Main Gym
Game 1: Greenfield-Central vs. Providence — 11 a.m., Auxiliary Gym
Game 2: Indianapolis Pike vs. Jeffersonville — 1 p.m., Auxiliary Gym
Game 3, consolation: Game 1 loser vs. Game 2 loser — 4 p.m., Auxiliary Gym
Game 4, final: Game 1 winner vs. Game 2 winner — 4 p.m., Main Gym
October 26, 2015
Silver Creek boys’ basketball coach Brandon Hoffman joined WXVW’s The Hoosier Report program to preview the Dragons’ upcoming season.
October 20, 2015
The Hoosier Report’s preview of the 2015-16 high school basketball season in Southern Indiana continued with New Albany veteran coach Jim Shannon.
Shannon’s interview includes an update on the recruitment on Romeo Langford, who now holds five Division I scholarship offers.
October 20, 2015
First-year Jeffersonville boys’ basketball coach Joe Luce joined The Hoosier Report on 1450 WXVW to talk about his new job and preview the Red Devils’ 2015-16 season.
April 29, 2015
Press release distributed late Wednesday by Greater Clark County Schools.
Dr. Andrew Melin, Superintendent of Greater Clark County Schools, will make the recommendation to the Board of School Trustees at their meeting on Wednesday, May 6 to approve Joe Luce, USA Today’s 2015 Indiana High School Coach of the Year, as the new Jeffersonville High School varsity boys’ basketball coach.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Joe, his wife, Amy, and their four children to Jeffersonville and into the Red Devil family,” said Jeffersonville High School Athletic Director Todd Satterly. “He has a tremendous record as a basketball coach and will be an outstanding leader for our program, and mentor to our student athletes.”
A native of Muncie, Indiana, Luce has served as the varsity boys’ basketball coach at Richmond High School since 2009. During his time at Richmond High School, Luce compiled an overall record of 117-33, two 4A sectional champions and one regional title. He has been named the North Central Conference Coach of the Year for two consecutive years.
Prior to leading Richmond High School, Luce led the 2008 Marion High School varsity boys’ basketball team to the IHSAA 4A State Championship game. The 2007 team competed at the Final Four and 2009 team in the Elite Eight.
“An impressive group of candidates were vetted and Joe Luce clearly rose to the top for his numerous coaching accomplishments,” stated Satterly. “Luce will have a long-lasting and positive impact on the Red Devils basketball program and the Jeffersonville community.”
Tags: Jeffersonville, Joe Luce, Mait Pait, Todd Satterly
June 27, 2014
Team Southern Indiana Pro-Am held off KPA Team 1 106-91 Tuesday night at Beth Haven Christian School in Louisville to win the Kentuckiana Pro-Am Summer League championship.
TSI trailed by as many as four points midway through the third quarter before pulling away in the final frame.
Jeffersonville Class of 2006 product Antonio Ballard, who played collegiately at Miami (Ohio) and professionally last season in Canada, led the TSI entry with a game-high 42 points. He was also named the league’s MVP.
Darryl Baker, a more recent Jeffersonville graduate (2013), added 24 points. The New Albany duo of TeNale Roland (2009) and Chris Whitehead (2011) added 12 and 10 points, respectively. All three were named to the KPA’s All-League Team.
Bellarmine graduate Chris Dowe, a member of the Knight’s national championship team in 2011, paced KPA Team 1 in defeat with 21 points. Florida International’s Rakeem Buckles, who began his college career at the University of Louisville, added 20.
Other players on the TSI Pro-Am roster included: William Barber, Phil Bennett, Kegan Clark, Terrance Farley, Donnie Hale and Sean Hampton.
MOST VALUABLE PLAYER
+ Antonio Ballard, Miami (Ohio)/Canada
+ Darryl Baker, Lincoln Trail
+ Chris Dowe, Bellarmine/Portugal
+ Jazzmar Ferguson, IU Southeast/Italy
+ Chartreal Hall, Bellarmine/Germany
+ TeNale Roland, Utah State
+ Peyton Siva, Louisville/Detroit Pistons
+ A.J. Slaughter, Western Kentucky/France
Tags: Kentuckiana Pro-Am Summer League, Team Southern Indiana
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