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Southern Indiana boys’ regional results

March 2, 2013

CLASS 4-A

At Seymour

Franklin Central 69, Columbus North 54

Jeffersonville 73, Evansville Harrison 62

Final – Jeffersonville 85, Franklin Central 69

CLASS 3-A

At Washington

Greensburg 82, Evansville Bosse 65

Brownstown 49, Vincennes Lincoln 35

Final – Greensburg 65, Brownstown 54

CLASS 2-A

At Southridge

Perry Central 60, Switzerland County 46

Linton-Stockton 65, Clarksville 62

Final – Linton-Stockton 68, Perry Central 63

CLASS A

At Loogootee

Borden 52, Orleans 51

Barr-Reeve 44, Northeast Dubois 41

Final – Borden 43, Barr-Reeve 42

At Martinsville

University 46, Baptist Academy 39

Jac-Cen-Del 48, Clay City 38

Final – University 64, Jac-Cen-Del 46

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HBCA releases girls’ postseason honors

February 25, 2013

The Hoosier Basketball Coaches Association, a coaches association for Southern Indiana high schools, recently announced its girls’ All-District Teams and District Coaches of the Year, as selected through a vote of the association’s membership.

ALL-DISTRICT TEAMS

District 1: Rhagen Smith, Sullivan; Nicole Anderson, Terre Haute North; Lexi Ingram, Bloomington South; Haley Pace, Decatur Central; Audra Lane, Washington; Cori Cummings, Barr-Reeve; Kelsey Pilant, Shakamak; Brittany Dailey, Decatur Central; Allyson Wehrheim, Vincennes Rivet; Caelan Jones, Sullivan.

District 2: Jacey Ritzert, Mount Vernon; Nicole Dodd, Northeast Dubois; Kenydal Dearing, Southridge; Mackenzie Hayes, Tell City; Kylie Blessinger, Forest Park; Shelby Merder, Jasper; Jade Dixon, Mount Vernon; Lauren Stemple, Mount Vernon; Victoria Schaefer, Southridge; Auriel Trible, Tecumseh; Amanda Jacob, Forest Park; Jordan Like, Pike Central; Kayla Smith, Forest Park.

District 3: Jenna Hountz, East Central; Ally Lehman, Indian Creek; Mikala Lomax, Columbus East; Tierra Huntsman, Connersville; Deauna Evans, Greenwood; Kelsie Ratliff, Greenwood; Sasha Robinson, Brown County; Lauren Weidman, Center Grove; Chloe Orrvar, Greenwood; Hanna Ballard Columbus North.

District 4: Alex Tinsley, Silver Creek; Tori Packwood, West Washington; Krista Roberts, Eastern Pekin; Shelbi Samsil, Orleans; Kennedy Nelson, Paoli; Sophie Sears, Paoli; Alexis McFarland, Silver Creek; Leslie Beatty, Borden; Kayla Uhl, Corydon; Emily Clayton, Silver Creek.

DISTRICT COACHES OF THE YEAR

District 1: Julie Meeks, Sullivan.

District 2: Alan Matheis, Northeast Dubois.

District 3: Pat McKee, Columbus North

District 4: Frank Decker, Paoli.

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Southern Indiana girls’ regional results

February 10, 2013

CLASS 4-A

At Bedford North Lawrence

Franklin Central 51, Castle 34

Bedford North Lawrence 71, Columbus North 45

Final – Bedford North Lawrence vs. Franklin Central, 8 p.m.

CLASS 3-A

At Brownstown

Corydon 55, Evansville Bosse 52

Rushville 59, Jasper 48

Final – Corydon vs. Rushville, 7:30 p.m.

CLASS 2-A

At Paoli

Evansville Mater Dei 64, Paoli 42

Sullivan 55, Austin 45

Final – Evansville Mater Dei vs. Sullivan, 8 p.m.

CLASS A

Vincennes Rivet 56, New Washington 42

Northeast Dubois 44, Trinity Lutheran 30

Final – Northeast Dubois vs. Vincennes Rivet, 8 p.m.

At Southwestern (Shelby)

Shakamak 48, Indianapolis Tindley 30

Southwestern (Shelby) 62, Jac-Cen-Del 58, OT

Final – Shakamak vs. Southwestern (Shelby), 8 p.m.

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Notre Dame lands top in-state sophomore Ali Patberg

December 31, 2012

Columbus North's Ali Patberg Ali Patberg is ringing in the new year with more than a resolution.

The Columbus North sophomore is celebrating the start of 2013 with a commitment.

Patberg, a 5-foot-10 guard who is averaging 18.3 points, 5.6 rebounds and 3.7 assists for the 14-0 Bull Dogs, announced Monday evening that she has made an oral commitment to accept a scholarship to the University of Notre Dame.

“Notre Dame is the place with all the right components for me,” said Patberg, who helped Columbus North to a 23-4 record and Class 4-A state runner-up finish last season as a freshman. “It is a school with an outstanding academic reputation, a fabulous basketball program and coaches and players whom I have grown to like immensely during the recruiting process.

“It also is an Indiana school and not too far from home, two other factors that are important to me.”

Patberg informed Irish coach Muffet McGraw by telephone of her decision on Monday afternoon, then spent the latter part of the day calling coaches from other colleges to inform them of her decision.

Other programs that had offered Patberg a scholarship were Butler, Dayton, Illinois, Indiana, Louisville, Marquette and Purdue. Other schools that had inquired about her included Connecticut, Duke, Maryland, Stanford, Vanderbilt, several other Big Ten schools and numerous other NCAA Division I programs.

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CN Invitational: 10-player all-tournament team announced

December 22, 2012

2012 Columbus North/Subway InvitationalTen players were selected to the Subway/Columbus North Invitational’s All-Tournament team:

  • Kelsey Cunningham, Columbus North
  • Tayler Goodall, Columbus North
  • Ali Patberg, Columbus North
  • Ariana Simmons, Fort Wayne South
  • Lakyn Gulley, Fort Wayne South
  • Kindell Fincher, Fort Wayne Canterbury
  • Bridget Perry, Roncalli
  • Taylor Wilson, Norwell
  • Olivia Voskuhl, Notre Dame Academy (Ky.)
  • Taylor Parmley, Mishawaka

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CN Invitational: Columbus North takes inaugural crown

December 22, 2012

2012 Subway Columbus North Invitational champion

The Bull Dog’s trio of Ali Patberg, Kelsey Cunningham and Tayler Goodall each reached double figures as Columbus North overtook Fort Wayne South in the second half and captured the inaugural Subway/Columbus North Invitational championship 57-35.

Patberg led Columbus North with 19 points, Cunningham added 15 and Goodall 11.

“We wanted to win because it’s our home court,” Patberg said. “We wanted to show everyone how hard we’ve been working and that we play as a team. Hopefully we’ll play this way the rest of the season.”

Fort Wayne South, which was outscored 35-13 in the second half, got 11 points from Brittni Clopton.

In the third-place game, a Roncalli’s balanced attack methodically defeated Norwell 63-45.

Kellie Kirkhoff finished with 18 points, Elizabeth Bowers contributed 15 and Lindsey Corsaro 12 as Roncalli outscored Norwell 35-22 in the second half.

Norwell was paced by Taylor Wilson‘s 18 points, and Kelsey Beer chipped in 10.

Championship game

Fort Wayne South — 16 – 6 – 7 – 6 — 35
Columbus North — 9 – 13 – 19 – 16 — 57
Fort Wayne South (9-2) — Lynnia Noel 9, Maria Moore 2, Ariana Simmons 4, Brittni Clopton 11, DeJoyah Johnson 2, Lakesha LaMaster-Stephens 7.
Columbus North (11-0) — Tayler Goodall 14, Kelsey Cunningham 15, Ali Patberg 19, Hanna Ballard 5, Hannah Pointdexter 4.
3-point goals — Noel, LaMaster-Stephens; Cunningham 2.

Third-place game

Roncalli — 17 – 11 – 18 – 17 — 63
Norwell — 12 – 11 – 13 – 9 — 45
Roncalli (11-2) — Kellie Kirkhoff 18, Lindsey Corsaro 12, Bridget Perry 3, Sam Bolen 8, Elizabeth Bowers 15, Kalyn Schreiber 1, Morgan Hendricks 4, Halle Harris 2.
Norwell (7-2) — Laken Chaney 5, Taylor Wilson 18, Erika Thornton 2, Paige Frisch 5, Hanna Smith 3, Olivia Geiger 2, Kelsey Beer 10.
3-point goals — Kirkhoff 4; Chaney, WIlson 4, Smith, Beer 2.

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