EVANSVILLE -- One game. That is all that stands in the way of a trip to state. Sixteen teams remain in the IHSAA state basketball tournament. They will battle in eight games across four locations in the semistate round Saturday afternoon for the right to play in Indianapolis. The state championships are scheduled for next week at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Of the eight teams remaining in the southern half of the state, six are ranked in the top-six of their respective classes.
NEWBURGH -- Evansville Christian School may be a few years away from fielding varsity teams, but its athletic teams have already found a conference to call home. ECS will join forces with fellow small schools Dugger Union, Medora, Cannelton, Christian Academy of Madison and Columbus Christian to form the Southern Roads Conference. Volleyball, boys and girls basketball and boys and girls cross country will be the sports initially eligible for championships in the new conference.
FERDINAND -- At each night of the Castle sectional, a group of kids dressed in green stood in the front row. They were there to cheer on Forest Park. Those youngsters, probably no older than 10, lived and died with each made and missed basket. The Rangers probably stood like heroes to them after making two separate game-winning buzzer beaters. Sam Englert was once that kid. When he was in the fourth and fifth grade, Forest Park made back-to-back runs to the semistate.
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