The Guerin Catholic Golden Eagles will take on the Noblesville Millers on Wednesday, March 1st at Carmel High School in the second game. Pre-sale tickets are on sale in the GC Athletic Office from 8AM – 4PM daily. The cost of a Wednesday pre-sale single session ticket is $6.00. The cost of an all session pass for all the sectional games are $10.00. Fans are encouraged to purchase a pre-sale ticket to avoid the wait time. Fans are also encouraged to park at the Football Stadium where a shuttle will run 1 hour prior to game time. The shuttle will drop fans off directly in front on the doors of the gymnasium. Come on Golden Eagle Fans let’s show our support and pack the stands!
State Tournament Pairings Announced for Boys Basketball Indiana Pacers, Indiana Fever Are Presenting Sponsors of State Tournament
Three hundred ninety‐eight (399) teams were drawn today and placed into brackets for the 107th Annual IHSAA Boys Basketball State Tournament presented by the Indiana Pacers and Indiana Fever.
Sectional games are scheduled to begin Tuesday, February 28, and run through Saturday, March 4, with the regional round slated for March 11 and semi‐states on March 18. The four state championship games that make up the state finals will be played at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis on Saturday, March 25.
Fort Wayne North Side is this week’s top‐ranked team in both the Associated Press Class 4A poll and the single class poll from the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association. The Legends will begin their quest for the school’s first state finals appearance since their 1965 state runner‐up season when they meet DeKalb in the Sectional 5 opener at Carroll (Fort Wayne).
Class 3A’s No. 1 team, the Brownstown Central Braves, will take on North Harrison in the opening game of Sectional 30 at Salem.
In Class 2A, the top‐ranked Providence Pioneers drew Henryville in the first game of Sectional 46 at Crawford County.
The Tindley Tigers, the No. 1 team in the Class A poll, will begin its charge toward a third consecutive sectional title when it meets Sectional 58 host University in the second game of the opening round. Among last year’s big winners, the defending Class A champion Liberty Christian Lions drew Southern Wells in the second game of Sectional 55 at Wes‐Del.
The Lapel Bulldogs, last year’s Class 2A champ, will host Wapahani in the Sectional 40 opening game.
The Marion Giants, which tied a state record with their eighth boys basketball state championship a year ago, will host Tipton in the Sectional 24 opening game.
And the New Albany Bulldogs, last year’s Class 4A state champ, drew Jennings County in the second game of Sectional 15 at Seymour.
Lafayette Central Catholic (Class A) leads the state with 15 consecutive sectional championships. Greensburg (Class 3A) and Liberty Christian (Class A) follow with five in a row and Linton‐Stockton (Class 2A) is next with four straight.
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