Wednesday’s Top Games
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The Indiana high school basketball holiday tournaments are under way with 21 different tournaments as well as several single games across the state. We have boots on the ground at the Noblesville Tournament which includes one of the games on…
The Indiana high school basketball holiday tournaments are under way with 21 different tournaments as well as several single games across the state. We have boots on the ground at the Noblesville Tournament which includes one of the games on this list. We will also have coverage across this entire week at all of the holiday tournaments. Let’s take a look at the must-see games today!
Fishers vs 3A #1 Mishawaka Marian – 10:00 at Homestead
Fishers comes in at 5-3 with losses to Carmel, Ben Davis, and Noblesville. The Tigers are led by the #1 player in the 2025 class,, who is averaging 27.3 points per game, 6.6 rebounds, and 3.6 assists. Juniors Keenan Garner and have also played well for the Tigers this season. Mishawaka Marian comes in unbeaten and as the #1 team in 3A. The Knights are 7-0 and 6-0 against 4A teams including wins over Gary West and Warren Central. The Knights are led by at 20.4 points per game. Fellow seniors and average double figures at 14.1 and 12.4 points per game.
Lawrence Central vs Columbus North – 11:00 at Noblesville
Lawrence Central comes in at just 5-4 on the season, but their losses have come to some of the top teams in the state including Carmel, Zionsville, Ben Davis, and Lawrence North. They are coming off of a big win over Chesterton yesterday. The Bears are led byand who are the leading scorers at 18.6 and 9.1 points per game. Lawrence Central is still trying to bounce back from their unexpected loss of after two games. Columbus North comes in at 7-3 including an upset win over Norwell yesterday. The Bulldogs lost their first two games of the season, but they have won 7 of 8 with their lone loss coming to Scottsburg. leads the way with 15.6 points per game. Fellow seniors and Luke Harmon are averaging double figures at 10.5 and 10.4 points per game.
New Castle @ Northeastern – 7:30
The championship game of the Northeastern Holiday Tournament features New Castle and the hosts, Northeastern. New Castle comes in at 6-4 on the season and picked up a pair of wins over Fort Wayne South and Lapel. Their losses this year have come to 4A teams with Marion, Anderson, New Palestine, and Mount Vernon (Fortville). The Trojans are led by Barry commitat 17.7 points per game. Ethan Hinton and have each averaged double figures at 15.3 and 12.9 points per game. Northeastern comes in at 6-2 and picked up a pair of wins over Blackford and Delta. The Knights two losses this season came to Greenfield-Central and Eastern Hancock, two of the better teams in the area. The Knights are a well-balanced team with no player being the workhorse. They are led by a pair of seniors averaging double figures with and at 10.5 and 11.0 points per game.
1A #9 Bethesda Christian vs 1A #7 Greenwood Christian – 7:30 at Monrovia
The championship game of the Monrovia Holiday Tournament features a pair of top-10 teams in 1A. Bethesda Christian comes in at 6-1 with their lone loss coming to 4A contender, Westfield by just 14 points. Yesterday, the Patriots beat Purdue Poly Englewood and the hosts, Monrovia, to make the championship game. The Patriots are now 4-0 against 3A teams with wins over Danville and Indianapolis Ritter as well. Bethesda Christian is led by junior Sam Mlagan at 18.3 points per game. Fellow junior Luke Douglas is averaging 11.3 and senioris at 8.8 points per game. Greenwood Christian comes in at 5-3 with all three losses coming to Sectional 43 contenders in 2A (Park Tudor, University, and Covenant Christian). The Cougars picked up a pair of wins over North Putnam and Borden to make the championship game. Greenwood Christian is led by a pair of scoring guards in senior and junior .
South Bend Washington @ Warsaw – 8:00
South Bend Washington comes in at 8-2 on the season with road wins over LaPorte and Lake Central. Their lone loss prior to this tournament came in their last game at John Glenn.and Steven Reynolds lead the way for South Bend Washington with 20.0 and 14.1 points per game. Seniors Terrence Reid and have each scored 11.4 points per game as well. Warsaw comes in at 5-3 on the season with their losses coming to Fort Wayne North and Homestead. Both of these teams picked up a win over Portage and fell to Harrison (WL) yesterday. The Tigers are led by Indiana Wesleyan commit as well as junior center .