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Discussion in 'TheHoosier.com IU Hoop Forum' started by ulrey, Mar 27, 2020.
Huntingburg(Southridge) 66-69. Huntingburg only had a little over 4000 total population but the gym was built in 1951 and at that time held over 7000. The fire marshal came in years later and took the seating capacity to 6300 I believe. It was one of the world’s largest high school gyms in the world at that time. Up until class basketball started the sectional was sold out every year. We played Boonville back in those days when we both played in the SIAC. Long before you were a twinkle in your parent’s eyes.
WhiteWater 1970. ( now part of Franklin County)
Western Boone 77
Loved playing baseball at southridge.. best field in southern Indiana
Fort Wayne Central Catholic-1965 (Now Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger)
George Washington High School, Indianapolis, 1963
Bedford North Lawrence -1975-1977
Went to Shawswick Grade School, Junior High and HS my Freshman year. Two of the Schools Damon Bailey made famous.
1976 Bates High School. Carrie ruined the prom.
My family on my mother’s side are from pinhook. Last name is Speer and Allen.
Bloomington North 1993.
Fred and Barney were seniors when I was a freshman.
Seems like that long ago!
South 2003. Cougars suck panthers rule.
Have pride in yourself and the Panthers is a quote many of us still live by. Hearing that after every morning announcements through the PA always made me chuckle.
South Bend Central 1962-1966.
School was closed some years ago and turned into apartments.
Set the Wayback Machine for 1969. Evansville Bosse...
One older brother was attending Bosse when they won the State Championship in basketball...I think in '63.
I don't go back much. But they do have decent donuts at the Donut Bank.
And Ellis Park thoroughbred racetrack is very fun once in a great while...it is notable being on the north side of the Ohio River and still in Kentucky and immediately adjacent to Evansville. And for the record, UK sux and lost to U of E!
Washington High School (Daviess County)in the early to mid 80's. Washington won their sectional this year. I was looking forward to seeing them perhaps play Silver Creek who has Trey Kaufman who is on many of our recruiting boards.
My oldest son graduated from Western Boone. I pastored in the area for a couple of years before heading up to Northern Indiana. Nice school and community.
Anderson High School 1978
If you still reside thereabouts we could practically be neighbors, rare IU folks in the northern climes.
While I grew up in the Detroit suburbs - Milford/White Lake Lakeland class of ‘90
- my old man is Mishawaka class of ‘60 and my son will be Mishawaka Marian class of ‘26.
P.S. I’m sorry I called you a bitch in the pizza thread.
EDIT. Apologies extended to all on the forum I’ve ever called that, as well as to those I’ve dubbed “trashed out skanks.” Please mark this as an “in perpetuity” sort of thing, additionally.
If I remember correctly I watched Michael Warren’s (UCLA / Hill Street Blues) last regular season game at SB Central. We came to watch our Elkhart Blue Blazers.
Fort Wayne Carroll, 1997
I remember Norm Held and the Wigwam well. There were a lot of great Anderson teams. We opened up against Anderson and I had the pleasure of playing at the Wigwam my sophomore and senior years.
Lost my sophomore year. I believe the score was 66-60.
Won my senior year 104-98.
My junior year we won by 31 at home to open the season against a top 5 Anderson squad. The score was roughly 115-84.
Washington won the big 8 conference my senior year
Martinsville high school 1985.
Bloomington North '96
1996 Team was better than the 1997 team that won it all. One thing those southsiders’ cant say is they won state in single class basketball. Hello my fellow Coug’
Michigan City Rogers 1977
Urey, I had relatives (Aunts, Uncles and Cousins) living in Boonville. Probably before your time. Stateler and Eskew. I visited Boonville many times in my youth. I’m fact, I had numerous relatives in Southern Indiana.
I know a few Eskews. There is a Eskew Rd in Boonville as well
Loved me some Donut Bank apple fritters. And since you started it, Steve's Una Pizza too.
Man do I miss those.
I remember one year Booneville came to Washington and beat us something like 98-0 in football. It was less work for those of us in the band because every time we scored a touchdown we had to play the school song. Lol. One great point about Booneville is they have a Gatti's pizza. For some reason when I mention Gattis I get a visceral reaction from people. lol
Gattis isn't there anymore. I surprised Boonville would run up the score like that
Now I am depressed. Gattis is dropping like flies. Do they still have Gattiland in Evansville? Is it still open?