The Sideline – November 24

Four claim IBCA Player of the Week awards

Madeline Lawrence posted triple-doubles in a pair of victories for the Winchester girls basketball team, and the Golden Falcons’ sophomore headlines a group of four winners in the IBCA/Subway Player of the Week program.

Lawrence is joined by Marquette Catholic junior Emma Nolan, Lawrence North junior Trinity Brady and Vincennes Lincoln junior Alison Hein as honorees for Nov. 13-18 in the recognition program coordinated by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association.

Nolan is the recipient for District 1. Lawrence and Brady share the award for District 2. Hein is the honoree for District 3.

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IBCA Girls Basketball Weekly Poll

Carmel remains the No. 1 team in the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association’s weekly girls basketball rankings. Below are team records as of Nov. 19 with first-place votes in parentheses.

Rank, School Record

1 Carmel (14) 6-0

2 N. Central (2) 5-0

3 Pike (3) 5-0

4 Ham. S.E. 6-0

5 Lawrence N. 5-0

6 Zionsville 3-1

7 Homestead 3-1

8 Northwestern 4-0

9 Bedford N. Law. 5-1

10 North Harrison 4-0

11 Heritage Christ. 3-2

12 Jeffersonville 2-1

13 SB St. Joseph 3-0

14 Penn (1) 4-1

15 E. Chi. Central 7-0

16 Northridge 4-1

17 Martinsville 5-1

18 Center Grove 6-1

19 Avon 4-1

20 Ben Davis 3-3

Other Schools Receiving Votes

Argos, Beech Grove, Brownsburg, Castle, Columbus East, Columbus North, Danville, Eastern (Pekin), Elkhart Central, Evansville Central, Evansville North, Fishers, Fort Wayne Northrop, Fort Wayne South, Glenn, Greensburg, Jac-Cen-Del, Knox, LaCrosse, Lafayette Central Catholic, Lafayette Jeff, Lake Central, LaPorte, Lawrence Central, Michigan City Marquette, North Judson, Plymouth, Tindley, Warren Central

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Royals Volleyball Club to conduct evaluations

The Lady Royals Volleyball Club is conducting evaluations on Dec. 3 inside the Eastern Hancock High School gymnasium.

The club is open to all area volleyball players who love volleyball, want to extend their play and are interested in working hard and improving their skills.

There will be two evaluation sessions to measure player skills and assist in team placements.

The first evaluation session will be conducted from 1 to 3 p.m. for those players competing on the 10-, 12- and 14-under teams. The evaluation for those interested in joining the 15-, 16- and 17-under teams will be held from 3 to 5 p.m.

Players will be placed based on age, skill level, experience, position as well as IHSAA limitations (no more than three players from the same high school on the same team).

For more information contact Cory Rainbolt at coryrainbolt@eastern hancock.org or 317-467-0095 ext. 214.