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Garrett named to 1st team SAC
Saturday, February 28, 2015 8:27 AM
The Sagamore Athletic Conference release its all-conference teams for girls' basketball on Thursday and Crawfordsville's Lacey Garrett was named a first-teamer.
Garrett was the only Montgomery County athlete on the first or second team. This year, the Athenian senior averaged 18.7 points per game, 5.4 rebounds per game, 5.4 assists per game, 4.6 steals per game and became only the fourth girl in school history to reach 1,000 career points.
Warriors run away with state title
Saturday, February 14, 2015 4:02 PM
Danville was victorious against Tri-West in girls' basketball tonight for the IHSAA class 3A girls' basketball state tournament in the championship game.
Bruins go one step forward
Friday, February 13, 2015 3:41 PM
Tri-West won the first round of sectionals against Indian Creek tonight in girls' basketball.
Lady Mounties close on high note
Friday, February 06, 2015 7:27 PM
NEW MARKET -- In its final game of the regular season, the Southmont girls' basketball team headed to the postseason in nearly perfect fashion. They just didn't quite pull out a major upset of Tri-West. The Bruins won 54-42.
"I thought we played with incredible intensity. We got some touchy fouls that got us into foul trouble and we had to back off that intensity," Southmont head coach Susan McVay said, "Tri-West is the second best team in the conference and we played pretty even with them most of the way."
The Mounties (4-17, 1-6 SAC) kept the game within two points after a quarter at 9-7, and trailed by just four at halftime to the Bruins (15-6, 6-1 SAC), 24-20.
Tri-West won each of the second-half quarters by four, slightly pulling away.
Bruins too much for Mounties
Friday, February 06, 2015 3:50 PM
The Tri-West girls' basketball team proved too much for the Southmont Mounties Friday night.
Bruins claw for the win
Friday, January 30, 2015 6:41 PM
Despite Danville's nine lead at the end of the first quarter, Tri-West rallied for the win.
Lady Bruins improve to 9-1 with win over Zionsville
Sunday, December 21, 2014 8:06 AM
Lady Bruins improve their record to 9-1 by defeating the Zionsville Eagles last night 52-46.
After being down 32-21 at the half, the Lady Bruins picked up the intensity and outscored Zionsville 31-14 in the second half.
Chargers can't get over hump
Thursday, December 11, 2014 7:25 PM
LINDEN - North Montgomery played one of its best game of the season. Unfortunately for the Chargers, it came against one of the Sagamore Athletic Conference's best girls' basketball teams. North Montgomery ended up on the wrong end of a 49-32 final with Tri-West on Thursday.
"We were right with them," North Montgomery head coach Ryan Nuppnau said. "We fought back. We're better than what we think we are. We just have to believe in ourselves and believe in each other."
The Chargers got off to a slow start with just four points in the first quarter. They narrowed the gap to 21-15 before the half and got it within five points in the third quarter.
Comeback falls short for CHS in Sagamore tilt
Thursday, November 13, 2014 6:21 PM
With two games under their belts, the Lady Athenians of Crawfordsville are finding out where they stand. One of their toughest tests of the girls' basketball season came Thursday night against Tri-West. Despite a strong second half, Crawfordsville couldn't catch Tri-West and the Bruins won 60-47.
The Crawfordsville defense was stout in the opener on Tuesday against North Putnam. That same intensity showed Thursday. Crawfordsville limited Tri-West's opportunities in the first quarter and led 9-8 midway through. The Bruins closed the quarter on a 7-0 run to make it 15-9 and they didn't look back the rest of the half.
The Athenians struggled offensively again. They were held to single digits in both of the first two quarters and trailed 36-17 at the break.
So head coach Tony Thomas tried something different.
He placed junior Kim Hampton in a one-person zone in the lane and turned his four guards loose to create havoc - and turnovers - up top. The Athenians forced 11 turnovers in the third quarter and outscored the Bruins 15-7.
"When you're behind by 20 you have to take some chances," Thomas said.
Trailing by 12 going into the fourth quarter, Crawfordsville got it as close as four points at 41-45 when senior Emily Seybold connected on her first career bucket with five minutes left to play. It capped a 7-0 run for Crawfordsville, but Tri-West responded on the other end, and made a 7-0 run of their own to ice the game.
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