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2019 Indiana High School Basketball State Tournament: Sectional Semifinal Scores

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Isaiah Thompson had a big night as Zionsville moved on.

Sectional Semifinal night is the busiest night in the state with 128 games at 64 sites. The sectional finals are now set, however, and All three of Purdue’s 2019 commits will be involved in a sectional final.

CLASS 4A

Crown Point

Lowell 55, East Chicago Central 50

Munster 50, Crown Point 45

Portage

Chesterton 36, Michigan City 28

Valparaiso 80, Kankakee Valley 50

Brandon Newman will play for a sectional title against rival Chesterton. He had 29 points, 6 rebounds, and 2 steals tonight.

Penn

South Bend Adams 67, South Bend Clay 49

Penn 78, LaPorte 52

Elkhart Central

Warsaw 43, Elkhart Central 41

Northridge 58, Plymouth 57

DeKalb

Fort Wayne Northrop 63, DeKalb 42

East Noble 60, Ft. Wayne Dwenger 50

Fort Wayne Wayne

Huntington North 53, Fort Wayne South 32

Ft. Wayne Wayne 66, Muncie Central 63

Kokomo

Zionsville 71, Lafayette Jeff 66

McCutcheon 44, Kokomo 43

Great night for Isaiah Thompson and Zionsville. He finished with 28 points, 4 rebounds, 5 assists, 13 of 14 from the line, and zero turnovers. He is now 37th all-time in the state in scoring with 2,088 points and one of the players he passed tonight was the legendary George McGinnis.

Carmel

Hamilton Southeastern 47, Noblesville 41

Carmel 62, Fishers 52

I don’t know if Purdue has an eye on Mabor Majok of HSE anymore, but the 2020 big man is into a sectional final.

Richmond

New Palestine 56, Connersville 47

Mount Vernon (Fortville) 49, Richmond 44

Lawrence North

Lawrence Central 88, North Central (Indianapolis) 53

Warren Central 27, Lawrence North 25

This is not a typo. This was a brutally ugly game, but football commit David Bell and defending champion Warren Central get a third matchup with Lawrence Central. They split the two season meetings and are rated No. 3 and No. 2, respectively.

Perry Meridian

Decatur Central 58, Indianapolis Roncalli 51

Ben Davis 52, Pike 50

Brownsburg

Avon 58, Plainfield 56 OT

Mooresville 58, Terre Haute North 53

Center Grove

Center Grove 48, Franklin Central 42

Franklin 61, Whiteland 53

Columbus North

Bloomington South 57, Columbus East 36

Shelbyville 62, East CEntral 46

Seymour

Jeffersonville 75, Bedford North Lawrence 54

New Albany 39, Floyd Central 36

Evansville North

Evansville Reitz 82, Evansville Central 53

Jasper 57, Evansville North 49

CLASS 3A

Hammond Gavit

Hammond 64, Hammond Clark 26

Gary West 70 Lighthouse CPA 46

Calumet

Calumet 37, Twin Lakes 34

Hanover Central 44, Rensselaer Central 41

Jimtown

Mishawaka Marian 60, John Glenn 38

Culver Academy 76, South Bend Washington 60

Purdue will have an eye on this final tomorrow, as we’re looking at both Washington’s Jaden Ivey and Culver’s Trey Galloway.

Frankfort

West Lafayette 45, Northwestern 42

Maconaquah 65, Peru 46

In a stunning upset, football target Yanni Karlaftis upsets 2020 prospect Tayson Parker, who I have written about here. Parker had 29 points while Karlaftis had 20.

Wawasee

Tippecanoe Valley 45, NorthWood 41

Wawasee 65, West Noble 43

Garrett

Angola 50, Garrett 32

New Haven 48, Woodlan 37

Bellmont

Marion 55, Norwell 30

Heritage 50, Bellmont 48

Jalen Blackmon, youngest brother of James Blackmon Jr. and Vijay Blackmon, had 12 in the win.

New Castle

New Castle 55, Hamilton Heights 52

Delta 68, Blackford 39

2021 prospect Gus Etchison goes down to New Castle, who is without 2019 signee Mason Gillis. Etchison had 22 in the loss. In the other game Delta remained hte state’s last unbeaten team. Scoring phenom Luke Brown had 15 for Blackford.

Crawfordsville

Greencastle 57, North Montgomery 30

Crawfordsville 52, Western Boone 43

Owen Valley

Edgewood 55, West Vigo 39

Owen Valley 46, Brown County 34

Guerin Catholic

Indianapolis Ritter 68, Indianapolis Chatard 36

Indianapolis Attucks 59, Brebeuf Jesuit 56

Danville

Beech Grove 96, Indianapolis Herron 38

Indianapolis Manual 62, Danville 52

Greensburg

Greensburg 82, South Dearborn 44

Batesville 61, Rushville 58

Charlestown

Silver Creek 64, Brownstown Central 45

Corydon Central 65, Salem 48

Washington

Washington 64, Vincennes Lincoln 61 OT

Princeton 63, Southrdige 52

Boonville

Evansville Memorial 69, Evansville Bosse 57

Gibson Southern 52, Mt Vernon (Posey) 36

CLASS 2A

Lake Station

Andrean 62, Lake Station 56

Bowman Academy 90, Gary Roosevelt 47

Winamac

Marquette Catholic 73, Winamac 64

North Judson 64, Hebron 58

Westview

Westview 60, Whitko 40

Prairie Heights 74, LaVille 60

Eastside

Adams Central 54, Eastside 42

Bluffton 61, Churubusco 48

Oak Hill

Manchester 90, Lewis Cass 58

Wabash 75, Oak Hill 44

Oak Hill officially becomes the first defending state champion from last year to fall.

Delphi

Delphi 68, Seeger 55

Covington 69, Clinton Prairie 48

Eastern (Greentown)

Alexandria 57, Taylor 47

Madison-Grant 67, Eastbrook 46

I forgot to mention this on Tuesday, but one of the larger upsets in the state happened here when Madison-Grant handled No. 3 Tipton in the opening game.

Elwood

Frankton 54, Sheridan 30

Wapahani 72, Lapel 54

Hagerstown

Northeastern 60, Centerville 30

Union County 55, Winchester 43

Knightstown

Indianapolis Howe 72, Irvington Prep Academy 38

Shenandoah 43, Eastern Hancock 30

Speedway

Speedway 63, Indianapolis Shortridge 54

Heritage Christian 60, Park Tudor 52

South Putnam

Monrovia 62, South Putnam 47

Covenant Christian 71, Cascade 51

Cascade, the school that had idolized Grady Eifert, falls.

South Ripley

Milan 56, North Decatur 55

Southwestern (Hanover) 36, South Ripley 31

Crawford County

Crawford County 72, Austin 62

Paoli 64, Providence 44

North Daviess

South Knox 41, North Daviess 38

Linton-Stockton 81, North Knox 44

Forest Park

Tell City 52, North Posey 32

Evansville Mater Dei 63, Forest Park 55

CLASS 1A

Morgan Twp.

Kouts 69, Westville 51

Gary 21st Century 69, Washington Twp. 42

West Central

Covenant Christian (DeMotte) 64, West Central 49

Pioneer 67, North White 56

Triton

Argos 78, Oregon-Davis 28

Triton 45, South Central (Union Mills) 29

Fremont

Fremont 51, Bethany Christian 39

Fort Wayne Blackhawk 114, Hamilton 41

2021 5-star prospect Caleb Furst had 20 as Blackhawk puts up the most points of anyone int he tournament so far.

North Vermillion

North Vermillion 39, Parke Heritage 37

Attica 36, Riverton Parke 34

Tri-Central

Northfield 72, Frontier 38

Lafayette Central Catholic 84, Tri-Central 38

Wes-Del

Liberty Christian 66, Daleville 63

Southern Wells 78, Cowan 49

Tri

Randolph Southern 78, Union (Modoc) 39

Union City 72, Blue River 67 OT

Clay City

Shakamak 49, North Central (Farmersburg) 41 OT

Bloomfield 52, Clay City 33

University

University 57, Bethesda Christian 35

Indianapolis Metropolitan 54, Traders Point Christian 52 OT

Indianapolis Lutheran

Greenwood Christian 54, Indianapolis Lutheran 49

Providence Cristo Rey 72, Lighthouse South 63

Southwestern (Shelbyville)

Morristown 63, Southwestern (Shelbyville) 38

Hauser 38, Oldenburg Academy 37

Borden

Christian Academy 70, Borden 39

Lanesville 55, South Central (Elizabeth) 35

West Washington

West Washington 63, Shawe Memorial 36

Crothersville 56, Edinburgh 50

This is a fun little note. Crothersville has played in the tournament since 1915, but has never once won a sectional. If they can repeat their regular season 57-41 win over West Washington their 104 year drought is over.

Loogootee

Barr-Reeve 45, Vincennes Rivet 21

Shoals 73, Washington Catholic 42

Wood Memorial

Wood Memorial 50, Springs Valley 47

Evansville Day 55, Northeast Dubois 44