Boys basketball sectional pairings set PDF Print E-mail
Written by Janna Ross   
Thursday, 25 February 2010 00:00
    Let the hysteria begin.
    Local boys basketball teams, coaches and fans now know the path their teams must take in order to be crowned the 2010 Sectional Champions.
    Officials with the Indiana High School Athletic Association held the sectional draw on Sunday evening. This year’s state tournament will be the 100th Annual State Tournament Series.
    Locally Sectional games will begin on Tuesday, March 2. The second night of the opening round will be played on Wednesday, March 3. The semi-final action will be held on Friday, March 6. Sectional Champions will be crowned on Saturday, March 7.
    Class 3A Sectional 30
    The Charlestown Pirates and Silver Creek Dragons will travel to Corydon Central High School for Class 3A Sectional 30 action. Other teams in the seven-team Sectional will be Salem, North Harrison and Mitchell.
    The Dragons will face the Lions of Salem in the opening game of Sectional 30 on Tuesday, March 2.
    The second night of play, Wednesday, March 3, will see the Cougars of North Harrison pitted with the Pirates of Charlestown in the first game while the second game will feature the home-standing Panthers of Corydon Central and Mitchell.
    Crawford County received the bye and will play their first game of the Sectional on Friday, March 6. The Wolfpack will face the winner of the Salem and Silver Creek contest in the first game. The second semi-final game will feature the winner of the Mitchell and Corydon Central game.
    The two teams who advance from Friday night will face-off on Saturday evening, March 7 to decide the Class 3A Sectional 30 champion.
    Class A Sectional 62
    The New Washington Mustangs and Lions of Rock Creek Christian Academy will travel to Borden for Class A Sectional 62 action. Other teams traveling to Borden will be the Rebels of South Central, Christian Academy of Indiana, Lanesville Eagles, and Hornets of Henryville.
    The Warriors of Christian Academy of Indiana will face the Eagles of Lanesville in the opening game of Sectional 62 on Tuesday, March 2.
    The second night of opening round action, Wednesday, March 3, will see the Lions of Rock Creek facing off with the Braves of Borden. The night cap will pit Southern Athletic Conference rivals the Hornets of Henryville and the Mustangs of New Washington.
    South Central received the bye and will open their play on Friday, March 6. The Rebels will face the winner of the Christian Academy and Lanesville game.
    The second semi-final game on Friday, March 6 will feature the winners of the Rock Creek and Borden match-up and the Henryville and New Washington game.
    The two winners from Friday night’s contest will meet for the Sectional championship on Saturday, March 7.
    Tickets for Sectional action will be $5 per session or $9 for all sessions.
    The winner of the Corydon Central Class 3A Sectional will travel to Washington for Regional play. The Washington Regional will feature the winners of Sectionals at Corydon Central, Owen Valley, Washington and Boonville.
    The winner of the Borden Class A Sectional will travel to Loogootee for Regional play. The Loogootee Regional will feature the winners of Sectionals at Borden, Springs Valley, Loogootee and Wood Memorial.
    Admission to the Regional, set for Saturday, March 13, will be $6 per session or $9 for both sessions.
    The Semi-State will be held on Saturday, March 20 in the North at Lafayette Jefferson and Huntington North while the South Semi-States will be held at Southport and Seymour. Semi-State destinations will be announced after Regional winners are determined. Admission to Semi-State will be $7.
    The 2010 Boys Basketball State Finals will be held on Saturday, March 27 at Conseco Fieldhouse located at 125 S. Pennsylvania Street in Indianapolis. Session I will be held at 10:30 a.m. while Session II will begin at 6 p.m. Admission to the State Finals will be $15 for one Session or $25 for the Season.
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