Are you READY TO RUMBLE?!?
This season should be full of great competition, and lots of unknowns pepper the plates of players, coaches, teams and conferences.
Which team will be the big surprise of the season? Which unknown player will put her team on the map? Which newcomers will give their teams that extra lift to get to the next level? Which veteran player will put her team on her back to go all the way? And for the first time in many years with no favorite, who will wear the No. 1 jersey in June when the Indiana All-Stars face Kentucky?
The beauty of the start of the season is that all of these questions are unanswered. The slate of every team has been wiped clean and anything is possible. Excitement abounds around the state as teams put all of their hard off-season work to the test.
New players, new coaches, new season. Bring. It. On.
HS News Digest for 10/25/11
High school basketball news of interest from around the state for Tuesday, October 25:
- Defending champ Luers gets season rolling – Journal Gazette
- Equihua eager to put her first Crown Point team on court – Post-Tribune
- Thomas takes reigns as CHS coach – Journal Review
- Hobart ready to break away from shell – The Times
- ‘Special K’ returns home to take over Crown Point girls basketball program – The Times
- Bishop Luers’ title defense begins – WANE
- As season looms, teams face changes – Indianapolis Star
- Can’t wait to answer the lingering questions of the girls hoops – The Times
- Local girls basketball teams face revolving door in leadership – Muncie Star Press
- ‘It’s just kind of a joke’ – Muncie Star Press
- Coach suspended after allegedly biting student in the face during fight – Fox 59
- Region Lady Bulldogs 3rd at NAYS National Tournament – The Times
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