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Indiana High School basketball scores (01/08/11)
Friday's Scores By The Associated Press BOYS' BASKETBALL Andrean 55, Rensselaer 32 Bethany Christian 54, Argos 25 Bethesda Christian 58, Faith Christian 47 Bloomington South 86, Bloomington North 55 Blue River 69, Wapahani 53 Borden 67, New Washington 45...
Talbot's bucket gives Knights one-point WIC win (01/08/11)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor SPENCER -- The Northview and Owen Valley boys' basketball games have become one of the tightest battles of the season for both squads and Friday's conference tilt was no exception. Northview senior Trent Lancaster drove the length of the court and made a pass to Chance Talbot for the game-winning bucket with just 0.8 seconds remaining in a 51-50 victory for the Knights. ...
Patriots' 3-point barrage downs Knights (01/08/11)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor SPENCER -- Fans barely had a chance to settle into their seats in the girl's basketball game between Owen Valley and Northview when the 3-point barrage began. The Patriots hit from beyond the arc early and often and Northview turned the ball over 23 times as Owen Valley took an early lead and held on to a 47-35 victory...
Eels battle No. 5 T-Birds tough before loss (01/08/11)
By MATT MCKINNEY Times Staff Reporter SWITZ CITY - Although they put up a tremendous effort, the Clay City boys' basketball team was defeated by the undefeated Eastern-Greene Thunderbirds Friday night, 58-43 in a thrilling contest in the semifinals of the Greene County Tourney...
Ginobili leads Spurs past Pacers (01/08/11)
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- The San Antonio Spurs' typically potent offense struggled at times against the Indiana Pacers. Their defense made up for it, though. The Spurs held the Pacers to 1-for-15 shooting in the fourth quarter to win 90-87 and snap a two-game skid. Roy Hibbert had a chance to give the Pacers the lead in the closing seconds, but his hook shot fell short...
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