RISING SENIOR ACADEMY

** Rising Senior Academy  was suspended following the 2014 games. This could return at some point in the future.

Story by Pat McKee, Special Projects Coordinator

2014

The second “NHSBCA Rising Senior Academy” will be held July 13-15 at Ben Davis High School in Indianapolis.

Staged by the National High School Basketball Coaches Association, the competition will feature nine teams of basketball seniors-to-be from five states.

This is the second year for the event, and there is a girls’ division added this year for the first time. Plans are for the event to grow to include additional states.

Squads representing Indiana, Iowa, Ohio, Washington and Wisconsin are taking part in the event, which includes four games for each team, a skills competition and off-court sessions for the teams. Indiana, Iowa, Ohio and Wisconsin will field boys’ and girls’ teams; Washington is bringing only a boys’ team.

Teams will arrive on Sunday (July 13) with activities including an opening ceremony at 4 p.m. at the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame in New Castle followed by a social gathering. Educational sessions will include speakers such as Paul Biancardi, Ira Childress and Bob Lovell.

Biancardi, a former head coach at Wright State and assistant at several schools, is the director of recruiting for ESPN.com. He will provide perspective on the state of the game to the players.

Childress, a former Ferris State University football player who has worked for the NCAA, is an athletic director at a Michigan high school. He will talk to the players about the use of social media.

Lovell, an Indiana radio personality, is a former Horizon League administrator as well as basketball coach at IUPUI and Franklin College. He will discuss the recruiting process as outlined in his book, “Recruiting Game Changers: Taking Control of Your Recruiting.”

On-court activity on Monday and Tuesday (July 14 and 15) will include a skills development session directed by Brett Ledbetter, a skills competition and four games for each team. All games will be played at Ben Davis (in the main gym, the freshman center or the multipurpose facility).

The Indiana boys’ squad features 12 players, including Penn’s Jordan Geist and Brownsburg’s K.J. Walton, both Junior All-Star core group players last month. The squad will be coached by Corydon Central’s Jamie Kolkmeier, who was the Junior All-Star coach. He will be assisted by Hamilton Heights’ Chad Ballenger and Perry Meridian’s Brent Keck.

Other headliners include Iowa first-team all-stater Erich Erdman of Forest City; Ohio first-team all-state player MaCio Teague of Cincinnati Walnut Hills and Division IV co-Player of the Year David Dennis Jr. of Harvest Prep; Washington all-state selection Brent Wood of Toledo; and Wisconsin all-state picks Matt Heldt of Neenah and Kyle Monroe of Ashwaubenon.

The Indiana girls’ squad is comprised of 11 players, including Lawrence North’s Lamina Cooper, Merrillville’s Victoria Gaines, Bedford North Lawrence’s Dominque McBryde and Evansville Mater Dei’s Tori Schickel from the Junior All-Star core group. The team will be coached by Pat McKee of Columbus North, Lisa Blalock of Muncie Central and Ron Patberg of Columbus North.

Top girls’ players on out-of-state squads include Iowa first-team all-state choices Rose Simon-Ressler of Western Dubuque, Andrea Larson of Mediapolis and Nicole Miller of North Linn; Ohio all-state picks Kendall McCoy of Sylvania Northview and Shannon Coffee of Centerville; and Wisconsin first-team all-state selections Frankie Wurtz of Kimberly, Taylor Hodell of D.C. Everest and Shakeela Fowler of Milwaukee King.

Admission is $10 for a one-day pass or $15 for a two-day pass. The on-court action begins at 9 a.m. Monday (July 14) skills competitions. The first round of games follows at 9:50 a.m. Monday (July 14).

 

NHSBCA RISING SENIOR ACADEMY

July 13-15 in Indianapolis

 

BOYS TEAM ROSTERS

Indiana roster: Gary Bonds, Indianapolis Scecina; Adam Eberhard, Evansville Memorial; Jordan Geist, Penn; Brennan Gillis, Ben Davis; Drew Hackett, Munster; Matt Holba, Guerin Catholic; Bronson Kessinger, Corydon Central; Sean McDermott, Pendleton Heights; Joel Okafor, Richmond; Chris Palombizio, Chesterton; Tahjai Teague, Pike; K.J. Walton, Brownsburg. Coaches: Jamie Kolkmeier, Corydon Central; Chad Ballenger, Hamilton Heights; Brent Keck, Perry Meridian.

Iowa roster: Tyler Borchers, Le Mars; Drew Cook, Iowa City Regina; David DiLeo, Iowa City West; Erich Erdman, Forest City; Josh Koeppel, Williamsburg; Logan LaFauce, Iowa City; Ryan Reiter, Oskaloosa; Zach Schlabaugh, Williamsburg; Baylee Steele, Norwalk; Tyler Stumbo, Laurens-Marathon. Coach: Dave Schlabaugh, Williamsburg.

Ohio roster: David Dennis Jr., Harvest Prep; Isiah Green, Meadowbrook; Ryan Hoyng, Celina; Mark Hughes, Youngstown Ursuline; Shondell Jackson, Warren Harding; Luke Knapke, Marion Local; Demetrius Maddox, Brecksville; Drew Mellen, Marysville; MaCio Teague, Cincinnati Walnut Hills; Alex White, Lakota East. Coaches: Wally Vickers, Lakota East; Andrew Vlajkovich, Warren Harding; Greg Nossaman, Olantangy Liberty.

Washington roster: Ben Bishop, Olympia; Vionte Daniels, Federal Way; Grant Gibb, Mark Morris; Riley Hawk, Union; Devin Johnson, Battle Ground; Ty Johnson, Anacortes; Grant McEwan, Toledo; Bobby Morehead, Stadium; George Pilimai, Shadle Park; Brent Wood, Toledo. Coaches: Tim Kelly, Curtis; Bill Bakamus, Mark Morris; Tim Gaebe, Shadle Park; Joe Harris, Chelan.

Wisconsin roster: Levi Bradley, Milwaukee Pius XI; Zachary Gaines, Cuba City; Matt Heldt, Neenah; Brandon Key, West Allis Central; Nick McGlynn, Stoughton; Kyle Monroe, Ashwaubenon; Nick Noskowiak, Sun Prairie; Brevin Pritzl, De Pere; J.T. Ruffin, Sun Prairie; Sy Staver, Mineral Point. Coach: Jerry Petitgoue, Cuba City; Jeff Boos, Sun Prairie; Lance Marifke, Milwaukee St. Francis.

 

GIRLS TEAM ROSTERS

Indiana roster: Alexa Bailey, Bedford North Lawrence; Lamina Cooper, Lawrence North; Olivia Crozier, Madison; Josie Fisher, Homestead; Jordyn Frantz, NorthWood; Victoria Gaines, Merrillville; Darby Maggard, Fort Wayne Canterbury; Dominique McBryde, Bedford North Lawrence; Tiara Murphy, South Bend Washington; Tori Schickel, Evansville Mater Dei; Brittany Ward, Pike. Coaches: Pat McKee, Columbus North; Lisa Blalock, Muncie Central; Ron Patberg, Columbus North.

Iowa roster: Rachel Edmundson, North Scott; Heidi Hillyard, Mediapolis; Courtney Joens, Iowa City; Andrea Larson, Mediapolis; Megan Maahs, Western Dubuque; Nicole Miller, North Linn; Rose Simon-Ressler, Western Dubuque; Arika Wooldridge, Center Point-Urban. Coaches: Stephen Bender, Mid-Prairie; Jarod Tyree, West Branch.

Ohio roster: Lauren Cannatelli, Lakota West; Shannon Coffee, Centerville; Dominique Doseck, Athens; Morgan Horvath, Olentangy; Kristen Levering, Olentangy Liberty; Kendall McCoy, Sylvania Northview; Kaayla McIntyre, Toledo Notre Dame; Halee Printz, Tipp City; Kim Royster, Newark; Symone Simmons, Westerville North. Coaches: John Feasel, Olantangy; Adam Priefer, Centerville; Michelle Sawyer, Pickerington North.

Wisconsin roster: Zaya Blockton, Dominican; Natisha Heideman, Green Bay Southwest; Shakeela Fowler, Milwaukee King; Taylor Hodell, D.C. Everest; Sammy Kozlowski, New Berlin Eisenhower; Ally May, Arrowhead; Emma Roenneburg, Adams-Friendship; Jasmin Samz, Wausau West; Amani Wilborn, Milwaukee Riverside; Frankie Wurtz, Kimberly. Coach: Niki Sutter, Oshkosh West; Todd Hansen, Pewaukee; Randy Gorske, Oshkosh West.

 

GAME SCHEDULE

At Ben Davis High School

Monday, July 14

9:50 a.m. Main Gym — Girls: Indiana vs. Ohio

9:50 a.m. Freshman Center — Girls: Iowa vs. Wisconsin

9:50 a.m. MPA #1 — Boys: Washington vs. Wisconsin

9:50 a.m. MPA #4 — Boys: Indiana vs. Iowa

 

1:30 p.m. Main Gym — Boys: Indiana vs. Washington

1:30 p.m. Freshman Center — Boys: Ohio vs. Iowa

1:30 p.m. MPA #1 — Girls: Ohio vs. Iowa

1:30 p.m. MPA #4 — Girls: Indiana vs. Wisconsin

 

8:00 p.m. Main Gym — Boys: Wisconsin vs. Iowa

8:00 p.m. Freshman Center — Boys: Indiana vs. Ohio

8:00 p.m. MPA #1 — Girls: Indiana vs. Iowa

8:00 p.m. MPA #4 — Girls: Ohio vs. Wisconsin

 

Tuesday, July 15

9:30 a.m. Main Gym — Girls: Iowa vs. Wisconsin

9:30 a.m. Freshman Center — Girls: Indiana vs. Ohio

9:30 a.m. MPA #1 — Boys: Wisconsin vs. Ohio

9:30 a.m. MPA #4 — Boys: Washington vs. Iowa

 

1:00 p.m. Main Gym — Boys: Washington vs. Ohio

1:00 p.m. MPA #1 — Boys: Wisconsin vs. Indiana

 

 

2014 RESULTS

Wisconsin teams sweep Rising Senior Academy

Indiana boys finish 2-2, Indiana girls go 3-1 in multi-state event

 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                          Contact: Pat McKee, 317-403-1665

July 16, 2014                                                                 IBCA Director of Special Projects

 

Indiana’s boys posted a 2-2 record and Indiana’s girls went 3-1 in the second NHSBCA Rising Senior Academy that was held Sunday through Tuesday (July 13-15) in New Castle and Indianapolis.

Staged by the National High School Basketball Coaches Association, the competition featured five boys teams and four girls teams with games played on Monday and Tuesday at Ben Davis High School in Indianapolis.

Wisconsin swept both the boys’ and girls’ divisions, recording 4-0 marks in each.

Brennan Gillis of Ben Davis paced the Indiana boys by averaging 16.3 points over four games — wins over Iowa and Ohio as well as losses to Washington and Wisconsin.

Others boys competing for Indiana included Pendleton Heights’ Sean McDermott (10.3), Evansville Memorial’s Adam Eberhard (9.8), Guerin Catholic’s Matt Holba (9.8) and Munster’s Drew Hackett (8.8). Rounding out the lineup were Penn’s Jordan Geist (8.5), Chesterton’s Chris Palombizio (8.3), Pike’s Tahjai Teague (7.8) and Richmond’s Joel Okafor (5.8).

Indiana opened the event with a 103-83 victory over Iowa, Eberhard scoring a team-high 19 points in the contest. Gillis added 18 points, while McDermott tallied 16, Palombizio 12 and Hackett 10.

Washington edged Indiana 71-67 in the second game. Geist netted a team-best 13 points, while Teague tallied 11 points, Holba 10 and Gillis nine.

Indiana rebounded to knock off Ohio 97-88 in game three. Gillis scored 17 points to pace the Hoosiers, while Holba notched 15 points. Hackett added 13 points, while Geist had 12 points and Palombizio netted 11 points.

Wisconsin used a second-half rally to edge Indiana 84-81 in the final round. Gillis topped Indiana with 21 points, while McDermott chipped in 12 points. Geist scored 11 points, while Hackett and Teague each had eight points.

For the Indiana girls, Bedford North Lawrence’s Dominique McBryde averaged 15.0 points over four games as the Hoosier contingent defeated Ohio, fell to Wisconsin and beat Iowa and Ohio.

Those offering support were Lawrence North’s Lamina Cooper (11.3), Fort Wayne Canterbury’s Darby Maggard (11.0), South Bend Washington’s Tiara Murphy (9.8) and Pike’s Brittany Ward (7.0). Others competing were Evansville Mater Dei’s Tori Schickel (5.0), Homestead’s Josie Fisher (4.5), BNL’s Alexa Bailey (3.0) and Madison’s Olivia Crozier (2.3). NorthWood’s Jordyn Frantz and Merrillville’s Victoria Gaines were on the squad but played just briefly in the first game because of injuries.

McBryde scored 17 points, while Maggard and Murphy each tallied 11 points as Indiana defeated Ohio 67-60 in its opening game. Cooper chipped in 10 points, while Fisher and Ward each had six points.

Maggard dropped in 16 points and Murphy scored 14 points as Indiana rallied from a big deficit but ultimately dropped a 68-64 decision to Wisconsin. McBryde added 10 points, Ward seven points and Schickel six points in the contest.

Cooper poured in 23 points as Indiana rebounded with a 76-52 victory over Iowa. McBryde contributed 12 points, while Murphy netted 10 points, Ward produced eight points and Fisher had seven points.

In the final game, McBryde scored 21 points as Indiana defeated Ohio 68-58 in a second matchup of the two teams. Maggard added 11 points, while Cooper scored 10 points, Schickel tallied eight points and Ward had seven points.

Maggard also won one of the event’s skills competitions. She sank 25-of-25 free throws to win the girls’ free throw contest.

This was the second year for the NHSBCA Rising Senior Academy and the first year for a girls’ division. Teams arrived on Sunday and took part in an opening ceremony at the New Castle Fieldhouse followed by a tour of the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame.

In addition to games on Monday and Tuesday, there were educational sessions presented by ESPN analyst and former Wright State coach Paul Biancardi, former NCAA staffer Ira Childress, basketball skills trainer Brett Ledbetter and Indiana SportsTalk host and former Horizon League administrator Bob Lovell.

A full recap of results is below.

 

NHSBCA RISING SENIOR ACADEMY

Games on July 14-15 at Ben Davis High School, Indianapolis

 

BOYS TEAM ROSTERS

Indiana roster: Adam Eberhard, Evansville Memorial; Jordan Geist, Penn; Brennan Gillis, Ben Davis; Drew Hackett, Munster; Matt Holba, Guerin Catholic; Sean McDermott, Pendleton Heights; Joel Okafor, Richmond; Chris Palombizio, Chesterton; Tahjai Teague, Pike. Coaches:Jamie Kolkmeier, Corydon Central; Chad Ballenger, Hamilton Heights; Brent Keck, Perry Meridian.

Iowa roster: Tyler Borchers, Le Mars; Drew Cook, Iowa City Regina; David DiLeo, Iowa City West; Erich Erdman, Forest City; Josh Koeppel, Williamsburg; Logan LaFauce, Iowa City; Ryan Reiter, Oskaloosa; Zach Schlabaugh, Williamsburg; Baylee Steele, Norwalk; Tyler Stumbo, Laurens-Marathon. Coach: Dave Schlabaugh, Williamsburg.

Ohio roster: David Dennis Jr., Harvest Prep; Isiah Green, Meadowbrook; Ryan Hoyng, Celina; Mark Hughes, Youngstown Ursuline; Shondell Jackson, Warren Harding; Luke Knapke, Marion Local; Demetrius Maddox, Brecksville; Mitchell Mays, Lakota East; Drew Mellen, Marysville; Brendan Snyder, Canal Winchester; MaCio Teague, Cincinnati Walnut Hills; Alex White, Lakota East. Coaches: Wally Vickers, Lakota East; Andrew Vlajkovich, Warren Harding; Greg Nossaman, Olantangy Liberty.

Washington roster: Ben Bishop, Olympia; Vionte Daniels, Federal Way; Grant Gibb, Mark Morris; Riley Hawk, Union; Devin Johnson, Battle Ground; Ty Johnson, Anacortes; Grant McEwan, Toledo; Geordi Morriw, Mark Morris; George Pilimai, Shadle Park; Brent Wood, Toledo.Coaches: Tim Kelly, Curtis; Bill Bakamus, Mark Morris; Tim Gaebe, Shadle Park; Joe Harris, Chelan.

Wisconsin roster: Levi Bradley, Milwaukee Pius XI; Zachary Gaines, Cuba City; Matt Heidt, Neenah; Nick McGlynn, Stoughton; Kyle Monroe, Ashwaubenon; Nick Noskowiak, Sun Prairie; Brevin Pritzl, DePere; J.T. Ruffin, Sun Prairie; Sy Stavrer, Mineral Point. Coach: Jerry Petitgoue, Cuba City; Jeff Boos, Sun Prairie; Lance Marifke, Milwaukee St. Francis.

 

GIRLS TEAM ROSTERS

Indiana roster: Alexa Bailey, Bedford North Lawrence; Lamina Cooper, Lawrence North; Olivia Crozier, Madison; Josie Fisher, Homestead; Jordyn Frantz, NorthWood; Victoria Gaines, Merrillville; Darby Maggard, Fort Wayne Canterbury; Dominique McBryde, Bedford North Lawrence; Tiara Murphy, South Bend Washington; Tori Schickel, Evansville Mater Dei; Brittany Ward, Pike. Coaches: Pat McKee, Columbus North; Lisa Blalock, Muncie Central; Ron Patberg, Columbus North.

Iowa roster: Rachel Edmundson, North Scott; Heidi Hillyard, Mediapolis; Courtney Joens, Iowa City; Andrea Larsen, Mediapolis; Megan Maahs, Western Dubuque; Nicole Miller, North Linn; Rose Simon-Ressler, Western Dubuque; Arika Wooldridge, Center Point-Urban. Coaches:Stephen Bender, Mid-Prairie; Jarod Tyree, West Branch.

Ohio roster: Lauren Cannatelli, Lakota West; Shannon Coffee, Centerville; Dominique Doseck, Athens; Morgan Horvath, Olentangy; Kristen Levering, Olentangy Liberty; Aubrey Lukacsko, Pickering North; Kaayla McIntyre, Toledo Notre Dame; Halee Printz, Tipp City; Symone Simmons, Westerville North. Coaches: John Feasel, Olantangy; Adam Priefer, Centerville; Michelle Sawyer, Pickerington North.

Wisconsin roster: Zaya Blockton, Dominican; Natisha Heideman, Green Bay Southwest; Shakeela Fowler, Milwaukee King; Taylor Hodell, D.C. Everett; Sammy Kozlowski, New Berlin Eisenhower; Ally May, Arrowhead; Emma Roenneburg, Adams-Friendship; Jasmin Samz, Wausau West; Amani Wilborn, Milwaukee Riverside; Frankie Wurtz, Kimberly. Coach: Niki Sutter, Oshkosh West; Todd Hansen, Pewaukee; Randy Gorske, Oshkosh West.

 

CONTEST WINNERS

    Boys Free Throws: Erich Erdman, Iowa (25 of 25)

Boys 3-pointers: Mitchell Mays, Ohio (17 of 25)

Girls Free Throws: Darby Maggard, Indiana (25 of 25)

Girls 3-pointers: Courtney Joens, Iowa (13 of 25)

 

BOYS STANDINGS

Team                            W         L          PF        PA

Wisconsin                     4          0          86.3      68.5

Washington                   3          1          70.0      73.3

Indiana                          2          2          87.0      81.5

Ohio                             1          3          74.8      75.8

Iowa                             0          4          76.0      95.0

 

Scores

Wisconsin 94, Washington 66

Indiana 103, Iowa 83

Washington 71, Indiana 67

Ohio 92, Iowa 81

Wisconsin 106, Iowa 70

Indiana 97, Ohio 88

Wisconsin 61, Ohio 57

Washington 79, Iowa 70

Washington 64, Ohio 62

Wisconsin 84, Indiana 81

 

BOYS GAME SUMMARIES

Game 1

Washington (66) – Daniels 17, Bishop 11, T. Johnson 8, Hawk 7, Gibb 6, D. Johnson 5, Morriw 5, Pilimai 4, Wood 3, McEwen 0.

Wisconsin (94) – Heidt 21, Noskowiak 21, Monroe 12, Ruffin 9, McGlynn 8, Starver 8, Bradley 6, Pritzl 6, Gaines 3.

3-point goals: Washington 8 (Daniels 4, T. Johnson 2, Morriw 1, Wood 1), Wisconsin 7 (Noskowiak 3, Gaines 1, Heidt 1, Monroe 1, Ruffin 1).

Total fouls: Washington 25, Wisconsin 19.

Fouled out: Hawk, Daniels, Bradley.

 

Game 2

Indiana (103) – Eberhard 19, Gillis 18, McDermott 16, Palombizio 12, Hackett 10, Okafor 8, Holba 7, Teague 7, Geist 6.

Iowa (83) – DiLeo 21, Erdman 14, Cook 10, Steele 9, Borchers 8, Koeppel 8, Schlabaugh 5, LaFauce 3, Reitar 3,

Stumbo 2.

3-point goals: Indiana 14 (McDermott 4, Palombizio 4, Gillis 2, Hackett 2, Holba 1, Teague 1), Iowa 15 (DiLeo 6, Cook 2, Erdman 2, Koeppel 2, LaFauce 1, Reitar 1, Schlabaugh 1).

Total fouls: Indiana 14, Iowa 14.

Fouled out: None.

 

Game 3

Washington (71) – Wood 12, Gibb 11, T. Johnson 11, Hawk 9, Daniels 8, Bishop 5, McEwen 5, D. Johnson 4, Pilimai 4, Morriw 2.

Indiana (67) – Geist 13, Teague 11, Holba 10, Gillis 9, Eberhard 7, Palombizio 5, Hackett 4, McDermott 4, Okafor 4.

3-point goals: Washington 14 (Wood 4, Gibb 3, T. Johnson 3, Daniels 2, Hawk 1, McEwen 1), Indiana 3 (Geist 1, Gillis 1, Teague 1).

Total fouls: Washington 15, Indiana 14.

Fouled out: Hawk.

 

Game 4

Ohio (92) – White 21, Teague 12, Jackson 11, Hoyng 8, Maddox 7, Green 5, Knapke 5, Mays 5, Dennis Jr. 4, Hughes 4, Mellen 4, Snyder 2. (4 points unaccounted).

Iowa (81) – Stumbo 16, Borchers 12, Cook 11, Steele 10, DiLeo 9, Erdman 9, LaFauce 5, Koeppel 4, Schlabaugh 3, Reitar 0. (2 points unaccounted).

3-point goals: Ohio 10 (Jackson 3, Hoyng 2, Green 1, Maddox 1, Mays 1, Teague 1, White 1), Iowa 5 (Cook 1, DiLeo 1, Erdman 1, LaFauce 1, Stumbo 1).

Total fouls: Ohio 23, Iowa 13.

Fouled out: Green.

 

Game 5

Wisconsin (106) – Pritzl 23, Noskowiak 22, Bradley 11, Heidt 11, McGlynn 11, Monroe 11, Starver 8, Ruffin 7, Gaines 2.

Iowa (70) – Cook 17, Schlabaugh 13, Borchers 9, LaFauce 9, Erdman 8, Koeppel 6, Stumbo 4, Reitar 2, DiLeo 0, Steele 0. (2 points unaccounted).

3-point goals: Wisconsin 16 (Pritzl 7, Noskowiak 4, Bradley 1, Heidt 1, McGlynn 1, Monroe 1, Starver 1), Iowa 9 (Cook 3, LaFauce 3, Schlabaugh 2, Erdman 1).

Total fouls: Wisconsin 14, Iowa 10.

Fouled out: None.

 

Game 6

Indiana (97) – Gillis 17, Holba 15, Hackett 13, Geist 12, Palombizio 11, McDermott 9, Eberhard 8, Okafor 7, T. Teague 5.

Ohio (88) – White 25, M. Teague 20, Jackson 11, Dennis Jr. 9, Maddox 7, Mays 7, Hoyng 5, Hughes 2, Mellen 2, Green 0, Knapke 0, Snyder 0.

3-point goals: Indiana 8 (Geist 2, Hackett 2, Gillis 1, McDermott 1, Palombizio 1, T. Teague 1), Ohio 7 (Jackson 2, Hoyng 1, Maddox 1, Mays 1, M. Teague 1, White 1).

Total fouls: Indiana 13, Ohio 22.

Fouled out: Okafor, Dennis Jr.

 

Game 7

Wisconsin (61) – Noskowiak 14, Bradley 12, Heidt 12, Pritzl 8, McGlynn 7, Monroe 6, Ruffin 2, Gaines 0, Starver 0.

Ohio (57) – Teague 20, Dennis Jr. 13, Jackson 8, Maddox 5, White 3, Hughes 2, Knapke 2, Mays 2, Mellen 2, Green 0, Hoyng 0, Snyder 0.

3-point goals: Wisconsin 4 (Pritzl 2, Monroe 1, Noskowiak 1), Ohio 6 (Jackson 2, Teague 2, Maddox 1, White 1).

Total fouls: Wisconsin 17, Ohio 20.

Fouled out: White.

 

Game 8

Washington (79) – Daniels 20, Bishop 12, Gibb 12, Pilimai 10, Wood 8, Hawk 6, D. Johnson 4, McEwen 4, Morriw 3, T. Johnson 0.

Iowa (70) – Stumbo 29, Cook 17, Koeppel 12, Borchers 7, Reitar 3, Steele 2, DiLeo 0, Erdman 0, LaFauce 0, Schlabaugh 0.

3-point goals: Washington 8 (Daniels 2, Gibb 2, Pilimai 2, Wood 2), Iowa 5 (Cook 2, Koeppel 2, Reitar 1).

Total fouls: Washington 16, Iowa 15.

Fouled out: None.

 

Game 9

Washington (64) – Daniels 18, Hawk 14, Bishop 8, Gibb 5, D. Johnson 5, Morriw 5, Wood 5, T. Johnson 2, Pilimai 2, McEwen 0.

Ohio (62) – Teague 12, White 12, Jackson 8, Dennis Jr. 7, Knapke 6, Mays 6, Hughes 5, Hoyng 3, Maddox 3, Green 0, Mellen 0, Snyder 0.

3-point goals: Washington 4 (Daniels 2, Gibb 1, Wood 1), Ohio 9 (Mays 2, White 2, Hoyng 1, Hughes 1, Jackson 1, Maddox 1, Teague 1).

Total fouls: Washington 10, Ohio 12.

Fouled out: None.

 

Game 10

Wisconsin (84) – Noskowiak 34, Monroe 22, Pritzl 10, Heidt 8, McGlynn 6, Bradley 4, Gaines 0, Ruffin 0, Starver 0.

Indiana (81) – Gillis 21, McDermott 12, Geist 11, Hackett 8, Teague 8, Holba 7, Eberhard 5, Palombizio 5, Okafor 4.

3-point goals: Wisconsin 9 (Noskowiak 5, Pritzl 3, Monroe 1), Indiana 5 (McDermott 2, Eberhard 1,  Geist 1, Palombizio 1).

Total fouls: Wisconsin 10, Indiana 22.

Fouled out: Geist.

 

GIRLS STANDINGS

Team                            W         L          PF        PA

Wisconsin                     4          0          67.8      55.8

Indiana                          3          1          68.8      59.5

Ohio                             1          3          64.5      69.5

Iowa                             0          4          53.5      69.8

 

Scores

Indiana 67, Ohio 60

Wisconsin 58, Iowa 52

Ohio 78, Iowa 65

Wisconsin 68, Indiana 64

Indiana 76, Iowa 52

Wisconsin 78, Ohio 62

Wisconsin 67, Iowa 45

Indiana 68, Ohio 58

 

GIRLS GAME SUMMARIES

Game 1

Ohio (60) – Cannatelli 17, Doseck 10, Coffee 9, Simmons 9, Levering 5, Horvath 4, Printz 4, McIntyre 2, Lukacsko 0.

Indiana (67) – McBryde 17, Maggard 11, Murphy 11, Cooper 10, Fisher 6, Ward 6, Crozier 4, Schickel 2, Bailey 0, Frantz 0, Gaines 0.

3-point goals: Ohio 8 (Cannatelli 3, Doseck 3, Levering 1, Simmons 1), Indiana 7 (Maggard 3, Cooper 2, Fisher 1, McBryde 1).

Total fouls: Ohio 17, Indiana 9.

Fouled out: None.

 

Game 2

            Iowa (52) – No individual information available.

Wisconsin (58) – Heideman 14, Blockton 12, Samz 12, Kozlowski 5, Wurtz 5, May 4, Wilborn 4, Roenneburg 2, Fowler 0, Hodell 0.

3-point goals: Iowa 8 (individuals NA); Wisconsin 6 (Heideman 2, Samz 2, Kozlowski 1, Wurtz 1).

Total fouls: Iowa NA, Wisconsin NA.

Fouled out: None.

 

Game 3

Ohio (78) – Printz 17, Doseck 14, Horvath 12, Cannatelli 11, Coffee 11, Levering 9, McIntyre 2, Simmons 2, Lukacsko 0.

Iowa (65) – Miller 19, Larsen 11, Hillyard 9, Joens 9, Simon-Ressler 7, Maahs 6, Edmundson 2, Wooldridge 2.

3-point goals: Ohio 9 (Printz 5, Doseck 2, Cannatelli 1, Horvath 1), Iowa 8 (Larsen 3, Miller 3, Hillyard 1, Joens 1).

Total fouls: Ohio 19, Iowa 23.

Fouled out: None.

 

Game 4

Indiana (64) – Maggard 16, Murphy 14, McBryde 10, Ward 7, Schickel 6, Bailey 4, Crozier 3, Cooper 2, Fisher 2.

Wisconsin (68) – Blockton 17, Heideman 15, May 10, Samz 7, Fowler 6, Wurtz 4, Wilborn 3, Hodell 2, Kozlowski 2, Roenneburg 2.

3-point goals: Indiana 6 (Maggard 4, McBryde 1, Murphy 1), Wisconsin 4 (Heideman 3, Samz 1).

Total fouls: Indiana 22, Wisconsin 17.

Fouled out: Ward.

 

Game 5

Indiana (76) – Cooper 23, McBryde 12, Murphy 10, Ward 8, Fisher 7, Maggard 6, Bailey 4, Schickel 4, Crozier 2.

Iowa (52) – Miller 16, Edmundson 12, Simon-Ressler 8, Maahs 5, Joens 4, Wooldridge 4, Larsen 2, Hillyard 1.

3-point goals: Indiana 5 (Maggard 2, McBryde 2, Fisher 1), Iowa 5 (Miller 3, Edmundson 2).

Total fouls: Indiana 13, Iowa 17.

Fouled out: Wooldridge.

 

Game 6

Ohio (62) – Coffee 18, Horvath 12, Cannatelli 9, McIntyre 8, Doseck 6, Printz 5, Simmons 4, Levering 0, Lukacsko 0.

Wisconsin (78) – Fowler 16, Kozlowski 14, Blockton 10, Samz 10, Wurtz 9, Heideman 7, May 4, Roenneburg 4, Wilborn 4, Hodell 0.

3-point goals: Ohio 7 (Horvath 3, Cannatelli 1, Coffee 1, McIntyre 1, Printz 1), Wisconsin 3 (Kozlowski 2, Fowler 1).

Total fouls: Ohio 20, Wisconsin 21.

Fouled out: None.

 

Game 7

Wisconsin (67) – Heideman 20, Samz 10, Hodell 7, Blockton 6, Fowler 6, Roenneburg 6, May 5, Kozlowski 3, Wilborn 2, Wurtz 2.

Iowa (45) – Hillyard 9, Simon-Ressler 8, Wooldridge 8, Edmundson 7, Joens 7, Larsen 2, Miller 2, Maahs 0. (2 points unaccounted).

3-point goals: Wisconsin 3 (Heideman 2, Kozlowski 1), Iowa 6 (Edmundson 2, Hillyard 2, Wooldridge 2).

Total fouls: Wisconsin 10, Iowa 20.

Fouled out: None.

 

Game 8

Indiana (68) – McBryde 21, Maggard 11, Cooper 10, Schickel 8, Ward 7, Bailey 4, Murphy 4, Fisher 3, Crozier 0.

Ohio (58) – Cannatelli 15, Levering 10, Simmons 8, Coffee 7, McIntyre 7, Horvath 5, Doseck 4, Printz 2, Lukacsko 0.

3-point goals: Indiana 3 (Maggard 1, McBryde 1, Schickel 1), Ohio 4 (Cannatelli 3, Levering 1).

Total fouls: Indiana 17, Ohio 16.

Fouled out: Horvath.

 

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