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100 Years in 100 Days's 1930 - 1939 Headlines


 

74 YEARS AGO (1936): Frankfort 50, Fort Wayne Central 24

April 27, 2010 • 100 Years in 100 Days

This was the third state title Coach Everett Case would get for the Frankfort Hot Dogs finishing with a record of 29-1-1.   More »

71 YEARS AGO (1939): Frankfort 36, Franklin 22

March 19, 2010 • 100 Years in 100 Days

Frankfort wins fourth title in 14 years, George Crowe named first "Mr. Basketball"   More »

72 YEARS AGO (1938): Fort Wayne South 34, Hammond 32

March 19, 2010 • 100 Years in 100 Days

Fort Wayne brings home their first title   More »

73 YEARS AGO (1937): Anderson 33, Huntingburg 23

March 19, 2010 • 100 Years in 100 Days

Coach Chadd gets his second title for Anderson as they defeat Huntingburg for the title.   More »

75 YEARS AGO (1935): Anderson 23, Jeffersonville 17

March 19, 2010 • 100 Years in 100 Days

Anderson made a buzzer-beater shot in overtime to advance into the championship.   More »

76 YEARS AGO (1934): Logansport 26, Indianapolis Arsenal Technical 19

March 19, 2010 • 100 Years in 100 Days

This was the first win for the program, but the second win for Coach Cliff Wells.   More »

77 YEARS AGO (1933): Martinsville 27, Greencastle 23

March 19, 2010 • 100 Years in 100 Days

Coach Glenn was the first high school coach in Indiana to win four Indiana High School Boys Basketball Championships.   More »

78 YEARS AGO (1932): New Castle 24, Winamac 17

March 19, 2010 • 100 Years in 100 Days

Coach Orville Hooker, Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee, finally got New Castle on the map with the 1932 state title.   More »

79 YEARS AGO (1931): Muncie Central 31, Greencastle 23

March 19, 2010 • 100 Years in 100 Days

After Muncie fell short to Washington in 1930, they came back and made it all the way behind Hall of Fame inductee Jack Mann.   More »

80 YEARS AGO (1930): Washington 32, Muncie Central 21

March 19, 2010 • 100 Years in 100 Days

Washington wins with the first African-American player to on a state title team, Robert DeJernett.   More »

Favorite Memories: 1930-1939

December 23, 2009 • 100 Years in 100 Days

Send us your favorite memory or photo from Indiana high school basketball   More »

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