Going into the Castle-Bosse rematch on Feb. 6, there was a lot of hype, and considering what happened in the first meeting between the schools this was to be expected. After all, the first game only lasted three overtimes with Bosse coming out on top in the slugfest.
The Tecumseh Lady Braves are repeat sectional champions. Over the weekend, the ninth ranked Lady Braves defeated Wood Memorial in the semifinals by the score of 56-21 last Friday then came back and defeated the tenth ranked Spring Valley Lady Blackhawks by the final score of 53-42.
The Castle Lady Knights season came to an end in last Saturday’s sectional championship at Harrison High School as the North Lady Huskies upended Castle by the final score of 56-44. The North win denies Castle a third consecutive sectional.
It was a game of runs and the Lady Pioneers were able to earn one final push by the Reitz Lady Panthers and win by the final score of 73-68. The game was played on Jan. 28 at Reitz gym.
The ninth ranked Tecumseh Lady Braves (16-5) finished the season strong last week with two wins against conference foes Pike Central and Southridge.
In a game featuring two Warrick county schools that are both fun to watch, the Castle Lady Knights defeated the Boonville Lady Pioneers by the final score of 63-53. The game was played on Jan. 30 at Boonville.
The Castle Lady Knights came to Bosse gym’s on Jan. 24 and defeated the Lady Bulldogs by the final score of 73-41. This is the second time this season these two teams have faced each other. In their previous meeting, the first round of the final SIAC tournament, the Lady Knights won 79-34.
The second ranked and undefeated Bloomington South Panthers came into Castle’s gym on Jan. 24. While the Knights gave them a run for their money, in the end it was too much ran and gun by the Panthers along with some great outside shooting as Bloomington South earned the win by the final sco…
It’s that time of year again — the IHSAA held their sectional drawing for the girls state tournament on Jan. 26 with games starting on Feb. 4. All three Warrick County schools are expected to be competitive in their respected sectional. This is how they drew.
The Lady Pioneers came to play on Senior Night in their Jan. 25 game against the 12th ranked Washington Lady Hatchets, but their efforts weren’t enough to get the victory as Washington prevailed winning by the score of 56-51. The loss snaps the Lady Pioneers five game winning streak.
In what marks the last year for the tournament, the Lady Knights posted victories in the first round against the Lady Bulldogs by the final score of 79-34. They defeated the North Lady Huskies by the final score of 53-33 and in the tournament’s championship, they became victorious against th…