BLOOMINGTON — It wasn’t the tournament that Indiana and Hoosier fans had been hoping for, but IU still received a postseason invitation to one Sunday night.

NEW ALBANY — IU Southeast softball coach Joe Witten recorded his 200th career victory as the Grenadiers split a doubleheader with visiting Carlow (Penn.) in River States Conference action Friday.  

Matt Lynch, in his third year as head coach at Tell City, has the Marksmen looking to make some noise against a tough field that includes top-ranked Southwestern — Tell City’s semifinal opponent — No. 8 Linton and No. 9 Paoli.

JEFFERSONVILLE — In last Saturday’s Class 4A Seymour Sectional championship game against New Albany, Jeffersonville was clinging to a 33-29 lead in the final minutes of the third quarter. If the Bulldogs come up with a couple stops, it’s anybody’s game going into the fourth quarter.

BORDEN — Christian Academy junior guard T.J. Proctor's shot at the buzzer that would have won the Warriors their second consecutive Class A Borden Sectional championship was long, and Lanesville captured the crown in a 64-62 thriller Saturday night. 

MARENGO — Senior forward Hayden Burke closed out his basketball career at Providence on a strong note — and his team followed suit — but it wasn’t enough against Paoli’s high-powered offense in the semifinal round of the Class 2A Crawford County Sectional on Friday night.

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Follow our team of reporters and media partners as they cover the 2019 IHSAA Postseason Tournament in Indiana. Friday’s semifinal coverage includes sports editor Craig Pearson and correspondent Chris Stoner at the Class 4A Seymour Sectional; reporter Josh Cook at the Class 3A Charlestown Sec…

We are blessed with some impressive high school basketball coaches of both genders here in Southern Indiana. For this boys’ basketball season in particular, it’s been an excellent year.

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