No spring sports; we’ve still got you covered – The Republic

Posted: April 15, 2020 at 11:45 am


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Its been a full week since the hammer came down on the spring sports season, and to many athletes, coaches, parents and fans, it may have seemed like months.

For sports reporters, its the same way.

But while we wont be able to bring you game coverage of your favorite sports and teams this spring, we have you covered in a little different sort of way.

In January, The Republic published its All-Decade Boys and Girls Basketball teams from the 2010s. On Wednesday, we began a series of 18 more All-Decade teams in the other 18 IHSAA sports when we ran our All-Decade Wrestling team.

Over the next three weeks, well have the rest of the winter sports girls and boys swimming and gymnastics. Then in May, its on to the spring sports, and this summer, well bring you the All-Decade teams for fall sports.

That will lead into what most of us hope will be the return of high school sports action in August.

But thats not all. Beginning next week, well be spotlighting some of the top seniors from Columbus East, Columbus North and Hauser whose final sports seasons were wiped out because of the coronavirus pandemic. Since those seniors wont have a senior night, well give you sort of a senior night feel to these features.

We hope that along with our coverage of other interesting people and news will help get you through these days of uncertainty.

Barker named North MVP

Junior Blake Barker, who led Columbus North to an 18-6 record, has been selected MVP of the Bull Dogs boys basketball team.

Junior Reese Harmon won the Bull Dog Award. Senior Nick Schiavello won the John Carmichael Memorial Award, senior Casper Clark received the Behrman Big Dog Scholarship, senior Will King won the McDonald Mental Attitude Award and senior Cam Wischmeyer won the teams Scholar-Athlete Award.

Stogsdill headed to Hanover

Brown County senior Allison Stogsdill has decided to continue her basketball career at Hanover College.

Stogsdill led the Eagles with 16.3 points and added 3.4 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 2.6 steals a game this season in earning honorable mention All-State honors by The Associated Press. She also was an Academic All-State selection by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association.

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