Monday, March 2, 2015

Boys Basketball

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Concord South Bend St. Joseph NIC-NLC Shootout Boys Basketball 0017

LISTEN: Coaches Steve Austin of Concord, Randy DeShone of Central, Kyle Sears of Memorial and Al Rhodes break down their 4A tournaments.

Bill Beck

Posted at 9:17 a.m.
LECHLITNER COACHES

Phil brings a vast amount of experience both as a head and assistant coach, while former Panther standout Zac joined his dad on the sideline in 2012.

Anthony Anderson

Posted at 7:00 a.m.

Fairfield (15-9), Wawasee (11-11) and Tippecanoe Valley (14-8) among the teams looking to take down the 19-2 Panthers.

Anthony Anderson

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