Trevon Bluiett, a player Purdue heavily recruited before he committed to Xavier, is now an Indiana high school basketball immortal. He joins the Franklin Wonder Five, the Marion Purple Reign, The Oden-Conley Lawrence North teams, and Cody Zeller at Washington as a player that won three state championships in his high school career. No boys player has ever won four, and had Broad Ripple not pulled a stunning upset in last year's sectional he could have gone 4-for-4
Park Tudor cruised to an 83-57 win, blowing open the game with a 13-0 run after Westview cut it to 35-30 just after halftime. Bluiett set a Class 2A title game record with 38 points and finished his career sixth all-time in state history with 2,568 points. His teams went an astounding 96-11 in his four seasons and he finishes behind only Damon Bailey (3,134), Marion Pierce (3,019), Deshaun Thomas (3,018), Brody Boyd (2,632), and Rick Mount (2,595) on the all-time state scoring list.
Park Tudor was completely dominant as it shot 56% from the field and 52% from three-point range. Chandler Aspy had 19 points for Westview, but this was a case of Park Tudor being simply too good. It is a shame that the IHSAA thinks they are not worth of playing with the big boys, as they were a legitimate threat to win the whole thing if we still had the real tournament.
Jamar Weaver of Westview won the Arthur L. Trester Mental Attitude Award.