Rossville Boys 8th Grade Basketball

  • Overall Record: 0 - 1
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Boys Basketball

Boys basketball area leaders AREA LEADERS As reported to the Journal & Courier (No stats from Clinton Prairie, Faith Christian or North Montgomery) SCORING Pts Avg. Ethan Woodrow, Fountain Central 91 22.8 Jake Burton, Clinton Central 102 20.4 Brandon Tonsoni, Rossville 98 19.6 Cade Renicker, Harrison 86 17.2 Tre’Shon Heard, McCutcheon 67 16.8 Christian Smith,

Boys Basketball vs. Winamac

High School Sports Brandon Tonsoni joined the 1,000-point club with 17 Saturday to lead the Rossville boys basketball team to a 58-45 triumph at Winamac. The Hornets (5-2) doubled up Winamac 22-11 in the first quarter and never looked back, getting 16 points from Austin Miller and 15 points and 16 rebounds from E.T. Brenneman

Freshmen Basketball

THe boys freshman team defeated Western last night 54-47.  Blake Miller led the team with 29 points and Harry Whiteman chipped in 14 points.  They are 4-1.

Freshmen Boys Basketball vs. Western Boone

Freshman boys basketball team defeated Western Boone 38-26.  Evan McGill led the team with 14 points and Harry Whiteman pitched in 9 points.  Their record is 3-0 and will play Central Catholic at home tonight at 6:00.

Boys Basketball Kitchen Classic

Bulldogs, Hornets fall at Kitchen Classic: Clinton Central, Rossville boys’ team finish 2nd, 4th at tournament Posted: Sunday, December 8, 2013 8:00 pm BY JIMMY GILLISPIE jgillispie@ftimes.com DELPHI – After competitive, hard-fought games on Friday night, the Clinton Central and Rossville boys’ basketball teams lost their final games of the Indiana Kitchen Classic Saturday. In

Boys Basketball Kitchen Classic

Bulldogs advance to title game; Hornets fall in 2OT   Posted: Saturday, December 7, 2013 7:00 am BY JIMMY GILLISPIE jgillispie@ftimes.com DELPHI – Saturday’s Indiana Kitchen Classic championship almost became a battle of Clinton County opponents. Just one more point was needed – twice – to make that happen. However, only one local school advanced