This morning's Regional semifinals saw a pair of 2017 Purdue targets go down as Kris Wilkes of North Central and Jaren Jackson of Park Tudor were upset. For Park Tudor, it is just their second state tournament loss in six years. Robert Phinisee of McCutcheon had nine fourth quarter points as the Mavericks came from behind to beat Carmel in overtime. Desmond Bane of Seton Catholic also saw his high school career end.
Warsaw 79 South Bend Riley 74 2OT
Crown Point 67 East Chicago Central 52
Homestead 56 Carroll (Fort Wayne) 52
McCutcheon 56 Carmel 54 OT
Phinisee fouled out in regulation, but his team hit a buzzer-beater to send it to overtime and Darnell Butler won it in overtime with less than a second left.
Terre Haute South 94 North Central (Indianapolis) 82
Southport 42 Connersville 35
Kris Wilkes had 28 points as TH South pulled off the upset of No. 3 ranked North Central. In the second game Paul Scruggs, a 2017 target, had 12 in the first half of this low scoring game, but I can't find his final totals.
New Albany 73 Bloomington South 66 OT
Evansville Reitz 81, Franklin Central 80
Romeo Langford, the top 2018 player in Indiana, had 34 in the overtime win for No. 1 ranked New Albany.
Mishawaka Marian 55 Twin Lakes 51
Griffith 61 Northwestern 35
Marion 67 Columbia City 39
NorthWood 44 Angola 40
Tri-West 71 Northview 60
Brebeuf Jesuit 66 Park Tudor 56
Jaren Jackson was held to just 12 points and fouled out for Park Tudor.
Silver Creek 52 Greensburg 42
Evansville Bosse 62 Pike Central 53
Hammond Noll 58 Marquette Catholic 55
Fort Wayne Canterbury 54 Westview 41
Oak Hill 59 Covington 30
Lapel 62 Eastern (Greentown) 35
Northeastern 94 Cloverdale 74
Indianapolis Howe 64 Indianapolis Broad Ripple 52
Providence 45 South Spencer 43
Linton-Stockton 62 North Decatur 38
Gary 21st Century 74 Triton 62
South Newton 51 Fort Wayne Blackhawk 46
Lafayette Central Catholic 70 North Vermillion 59
Liberty Christian 56 Seton Catholic 51
Desmond Bane closes out his career with a 21-10-2 as Seton Catholic led late, but could not hold on. Football signee Jackson Anthrop helped LCC reach the regional final for the fourth straight year.
Indianapolis Tindley 53 Southwestern (Shelbyville) 49
Bloomfield 41 Indianapolis Arlington 40 OT
Wood Memorial 65 Rock Creek Academy 62 2OT
West Washington 45 North Daviess 43