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2015 Indiana High School Basketball State Tournament: Regional Scores

Both Grant Weatherford and Ryan Cline end their high school careers.

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The field in Indiana has now officially gone from 64 to 16 teams and the semi-state matchups are set for next week. It was a rough day for Purdue's commitments. Both Ryan Cline and Grant Weatherford saw their high school careers end with losses today, as you will see below:


Michigan City

South Bend Riley              71           Northridge          56

Crown Point       58           Munster              50

Championship: South Bend Riley              77           Crown Point       74

This was a big surprise, as Riley will go into the semi-state with a losing record of 12-14, which is rare. They even lost to Kokomo earlier in the year, and my Kats had a very rough season.


Homestead        59           Carroll (Fort Wayne)       57

Carmel  60           McCutcheon      44

Championship:  Homestead        41           Carmel  37

Caleb Swanigan ends the HS career of Ryan Cline as Carmel is denied a shot at a third state title in four years. Swanigan had 18 points and 8 rebounds in the come-from-behind morning win over Carroll. Cline had 16 points and only hit two threes in the win over McCutcheon in the morning session. In the night game Swanigan again had 18 points with 11 rebounds, while Cline's career ended with 21 points and nine rebounds.


Richmond            78           Pike       66

Brownsburg       47           Lawrence North                 44

Championship:  Richmond           71           Brownsburg       65

KJ Walton, who once had Purdue interest, had 19 points in the win over Lawrence North, while 2018 prospect (with a Purdue offer) bows out. This one had highlights.

Richmond won its first regional since 1992 when they won their lone state title with some guy named Chad Austin.


Franklin Central                52           Bloomington South         50

Evansville Reitz 64           New Albany       59

Championship:  Evansville Reitz 83           Franklin Central                69

Reitz moves on as the state's No. 1 team and will play Richmond next week, likely at Richmond.


Kankakee Valley

South Bend St. Joseph   66           Andrean              54

Griffith 64           Twin Lakes          52

Championship:  Griffith 62           South Bend St. Joseph   50


Fort Wayne Dwenger     58           Hamilton Heights             53

NorthWood        39           Columbia City    33

Championship:  Fort Wayne Dwenger    43           NorthWood        40

Grant Weatherford had 12 points in his final high school game to go with five rebounds and five assists. Heights led much of the game before falling late.


Guerin Catholic 59           Lebanon              45

Tri-West               62           West Vigo           53

Championship:  Guerin Catholic 52           Tri-West               46


Evansville Memorial        56           Silver Creek        36

Vincennes Lincoln            64           Greensburg        57           OT

Championship:  Vincennes Lincoln           45           Evansville Memorial        44

Two-time defending state champion Greensburg was upset in overtime.


North Judson

Hammond Noll  58           Fort Wayne Canterbury                44

LaVille   73           Winamac             59

Championship:  Hammond Noll 43           LaVille   39


Frankton              74           Fountain Central              58

Madison-Grant 51           Oak Hill 46           OT

Championship:  Frankton             53           Madison-Grant 41

Greenfield Central

Park Tudor          74           Northeastern    44

Indianapolis Attucks       84           Cloverdale          77

Championship:  Park Tudor          92           Indianapolis Attucks       77

Jaren Jackson, another player on Purdue's radar, leads Park Tudor back to the semi-state. Since they are the defending champion in Class 2A they will automatically move up to Class 3A now for the next two seasons.


Linton-Stockton                47           Evansville Mater Dei       39

South Ripley       57           Eastern (Pekin) 56

Championship:  Linton-Stockton               61          South Ripley       46



Marquette Catholic         70           Fort Wayne Blackhawk  64           OT

Tri-County           67           Oregon-Davis    48

Championship:  Marquette Catholic        69           Tri-County           60


Liberty Christian               51           Seton Catholic   47

Lafayette Central Catholic            74           Rossville               65

Championship:  Liberty Christian               75           Lafayette Central Catholic            62

Junior Jackson Anthrop, youngest brother of Dru Anthrop and Danny Anthrop, had 25 in the win over Rossville. Word is he is looking at Purdue... for baseball. He is an accomplished running back in football as well.


Clay City               46           Indianapolis Tindley        45

Jac-Cen-Del        53           Indianapolis Lutheran    36

Championship:  Clay City               61           Jac-Cen-Del        43


Barr-Reeve         49           Christian Academy          33

Wood Memorial               48           Orleans                43

Championship:  Barr-Reeve         58           Wood Memorial               38