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 Katie Gearlds


 CLASS OF: 2003
 SCHOOL: Beech Grove HS, IN
 POSITION: Forward/Guard
 02-03 RATINGS: #28 (FCP), #3 (WBM)
 01-02 RATINGS: #3 (WBM), #7 (BS), #27 (ASGR)
 00-01 RATINGS: #18 (FCP)
 STATUS: Verbal to Purdue 1/27/02
 AAU TEAM: Indiana's Finest (2002)



You can draw upon all the comparisons you like, but it comes down to the simple fact that Katie Gearlds is good. Beech Grove won the lottery when the then star junior high and AAU player matriculated to high school, and here soon one lucky university will feel the same way. Gearlds is an athlete capable of playing multiple positions, strong enough to take high school players into the post and good enough with the ball to run the whole show at point. At 6'1 with the ability to create her own shot, she would make a great small forward too. Whatever the position, Gearlds attacks with the ball and makes defenders work. By the way, she's a pretty good golfer too.

As a junior, Gearlds finished as the state's No. 2 scorer with an average of 26.5 points per game. Beech Grove finished ranked 8th in Class 3A with a record of 17-5, and was beaten by No. 2 Brebeuf in Sectionals. While Katie's scoring average dipped ever so slightly, she increased her rebounding average from last year to 10 rebounds per game, up from 9.3. Gearlds ended the junior season already owning the school's career scoring mark at 1,647 points. She also posted career marks in rebounds (570), assists (408), steals (336) and blocks (169).

As a sophomore, Gearlds finished as the state's No. 2 scorer with an average of 27.0 points per game. Her rebound average increased to 9.3 per game, while her assist and steal averages increased to 7.0 and 6.0 respectively. All-State honors began mixing with all-american honors both from her high school efforts and from the summer circuit. She ended the year with an outstanding showing against the nation's elite at the Nike All-American Camp.

As a freshman, Gearlds finished as the state's No. 9 scorer with an average of 23.7 points per game. She also averaged 7.5 rebounds and 6.6 assists for a 18-4 team. She had a season-high of 43 points against Whiteland just short of a month of playing her first high school game. For her effort, she was named second team all-state by the Associated Press.

Katie Gearlds verballed to Purdue on January 27, 2002. She will not be able to officially sign with Purdue until November of 2002.


  • Blocks a shot [Southern Indiana Basketball]
  • A baseline theft [Southern Indiana Basketball]
  • Starting the break [Southern Indiana Basketball]
  • Blocks a shot [Southern Indiana Basketball]
  • Deep South Classic 1 [Region Roundball Review]
  • Deep South Classic 2 [Region Roundball Review]


    11-11-02...Going into her senior season as the top returning scorer in the state of Indiana, Katie carries an array of numbers with her most high schoolers end their senior seasons with. Through her junior season, Katie has averaged 25.7 points (1647 career), 8.9 rebounds (570 career), 5.3 steals (336 career) and 6.4 assists (408 career). Her shooting percentage form the field has remained rather consistent year-by-year, averaging 52-percent. Her career free throw percentage is 85-percent. The Beech Grove schedule has steadily grown more competitive, and the 2002-03 season looks to continue that trend. Beech Grove has a December meeting with defending 4A state champion Terre Haute South, then begins January with a visit from Mooresville, a 20-4 team from 2002-02. The final game of the season is against perennial power, although depleted, Cathedral. Sectionals should again be competitive this year with sectional foes Brebeuf and New Palestine already getting postseason votes as top 3A squads. Beech Grove has been ranked as the No. 7 team in Class 3A by Hoosier Basketball Magazine.

    7-21-02...Denise McClanahan's Indiana's Finest Black Cats 17-under team has won the national championship at AAU Nationals in Auburn Hills, MI. Indiana's Finest defeated West Texas Hawks 71-62 in the first game at noon to take the title. Katie Gearlds was named the 2002 AAU Nationals Tournament MVP, and was joined on the All-American roster by fellow Purdue recruit Sharika Webb. Gearlds scored 24 points in the final game, followed by Webb's 19.

    7-20-02...Indiana's Finest 17-under team has two shots at the national championship today. Since they are the only remaining undefeated team in the double-elimination tournament, they will play for the national championship today at noon against the winner of the loser's bracket, West Texas Hawks. A loss at noon will set up a rematch at 4:00pm with the Hawks. The Hawks were sent to the losers bracket by North Tartan on Wednesday, as North Tartan rolled to a 95-76 victory. The Finest 17s sent North Tartan to the losers bracket on Friday, 65-64. Waiting for North Tartan in the finals of the losers bracket Friday night was the Hawks, who came back to beat North Tartan, 83-72.

    7-18-02...The Final Four is set for the 17-under AAU Nationals, and Indiana's Finest AAU is still alive. The Finest defeated the Alabama Roadrunners Tuesday evening, 76-67. They followed it up with a decisive 83-59 win over Massachusetts Comets Wednesday afternoon. The team now faces the Houston Hotshots on Thursday at 5:00pm for a shot at the title. In the other bracket, North Tartan takes on Tennessee Elite. For info on two of the other teams still alive, visit the links below. North Tartan might ring a bell, as they boast three Division I players, two of which were looked at closely by Purdue -- Liz Podominick and Megan Ronhovde. The tournament is actually double-elimination, so to win it all three more wins are needed.

    7-15-02...Indiana's Finest AAU is following up an undefeated run in the AAU state tournament with an undefeated run so far in pool play at Nationals, held this week in Auburn Hills, Michigan. The Finest opened up pool play on Saturday with a 70-55 win over the Austin Lady Knights and a 68-35 win over the Michigan Shock. Sunday brought them up against DBL Phoenix, a team they beat 86-64. As a top seed in the tournament, they will face the 3rd place team in pool C, Fredrick Madness (MD) at 1:00pm on Monday.

    6-17-02...Katie Gearlds and the North squad at the 2002 USA Women's Youth Development Festival have gone undefeated and won the championship. Over the five-game series, Katie led her team in minutes per game with 24.6. Katie also finished first in freethrow percentage (.875) and assists-to-turnovers (1.7-to-1); second in three-point percentage (.357), total assists (10) and steals (10); third in rebounds per game (4.0); fourth in scoring (10.0); sixth in field goal percentage (.413); and ninth out of 12 players in total turnovers (6). Defensively, the North held their opponents to 76.4 points per game and 35-percent shooting from the floor.

    6-16-02...Some interesting comments in an interview with Katie Gearlds at the USA Women's Youth Development Festival. When asked if Katie is trying to sway some of her teammates to come to Purdue, she replied, "There are four or five girls on the North squad that I know Purdue is pretty hard after. I'm just trying to throw them some good comments about Purdue here and there. You know, ‘I'll pass you the ball at Purdue too!' Just see if they like playing with me." And, when asked if she is happy her college choice is out of the way, she said, "Yes. I really wanted to get it out of the way and I knew that Purdue is where I really wanted to go. The coaching staff there is like no other coaching staff that I talked to. I mean, no disrespect to any other school, but the Purdue coaches were awesome. Plus, it is close to home and I just think it is perfect for me."

    06-07-02...To the disappointment of many local Lafayette Purdue fans, Katie Gearlds will not be taking part in the junior all-star scrimmage in Mackey Arena next Wednesday, June 12th. Instead, Katie will be showcasing her skills on the national level as she takes part in the 2002 USA Women's Youth Development Festival in Colorado Springs. The festival starts June 13th. Forty-eight of the nation's top high school players have been chosen to play on one of four teams that will play each other in a five-game tournament. We've mentioned before that Katie's early commitment has placed her in a good position to bring other players onboard. The festival has made that much easier, as a handful of known Purdue targets will be on her team during the festival. Katie's team, the North squad, includes 6'6 center Alison Bales of Beavercreek (OH), 5'6 guard Deonna Davis of Cincinnati (OH), 5'10 guard Brandie Hoskins of Chaminade-Julienne (OH), 6'3 forward Brittany Hunter of Columbus Brookhaven (OH), 5'8 guard Britney Jordan of Peoria Woodruff (IL), 6'3 center Chloe Kerr of Bolingbrook (IL), 6'2 forward Erin Lawless of Chicago Fenwick (IL), 5'11 forward Victoria Lucas-Perry of Powers Catholic (MI), 6'3 forward Elise Morrison of Country Day (MI), 5'9 guard Kelly Roysland of Fossum (MN), and 6'2 center Siedah Williams of Cleveland Regina (OH). Many of those names we've heard mentioned here before, and Katie will be able to provide some scouting to the Purdue coaches on some of the girls under consideration. We'll be posting updates on Katie's progress as the festival gets underway next week.

    04-24-02...According to the Indy Star, Reicina Russell's move to Lawrence North has been finalized. Purdue fans already hoping to attend next fall's 2002 City Securities Hall of Fame Classic will have one less prospect to view. The matchup featuring Purdue verbal Katie Gearlds on Beech Grove and Russell, then on Terre Haute South, was becoming a must-see game.

    04-14-02...Katie Gearlds, Purdue's first commitment from the class of 2003, has been named to the Parade All-American third team.

    04-05-02...Carol Duncan, Katie Gearlds and Sharika Webb were all named to the all-state first team by the Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports.

    03-29-02...Junior Katie Gearlds and senior Sharika Webb have both been named first team all-state by the Associated Press. Carol Duncan was named to the third team.

    03-20-02...Beech Grove and Terre Haute South will face each other in the second game of the 2002 City Securities Hall of Fame Classic, to be held on December 27th at the New Castle Fieldhouse. Game one (10:00am) is a rematch of the 2002 state 2A championship between Shenandoah and Southwestern. Game two (12:00pm) will match Beech Grove and Terre Haute South. The losers play later that day at 6:00pm, followed by the championship game at 8:00pm.

    03-16-02...Katie Gearlds and Reicina Russell headline the selections to this year's Junior All-Star team, who will face the Senior All-Stars in two scrimmages this summer.

    03-10-02...Katie Gearlds has been named the Indianapolis area Player of the Year by area coaches and writers from the Indianapolis Star. Gearlds heads the Star Super Team, which also includes Purdue signee Sharika Webb, and two targets we've talked a little about on this page before -- Brebeuf 6'1 junior Carrie Smith and Alexandria 5'11 freshman Jodi Howell. Gearlds averaged 26.5 points, 10 rebounds and 6.2 assists this season. Smith, a 6'1 power forward/center, averaged 14.2 points and 7.2 boards for a 25-3 Brebeuf team. Howell finished her freshman year as the No. 2 scorer (behind Gearlds) in the Indianapolis area with 25.9 points per game, hitting 40-percent of her perimeter shots and an area leading 88-percent of her freethrows.

    02-07-02...No. 8 Beech Grove fell in the first round of sectional action to No. 2 Brebeuf, 56-42. Katie Gearlds finished with 24 points on 6-of-21 shooting against one of the state's best defensive teams. The win was bittersweet for Brebeuf junior Carrie Smith, who has played summer ball with Gearlds since they were 10.

    02-04-02...Some prospects were spotted at the Wisconsin game on Sunday. Katie Gearlds was in the house spending some time with 6'2 Chicago Fenwick forward Erin Lawless.

    01-27-02...Katie Gearlds to Purdue! Katie verballed to the staff following the Iowa game. We had heard from a person close to the situation last week that it might happen on Sunday, which turned out to be true. Congratulations to Katie!

    01-25-02...Including games through January 22, Jeff Sagarin's ratings of Indiana girls teams has Reicina Russell's Terre Haute South at No. 2, playing the 16th toughest schedule. Also ranked among the top fifty teams are -- Sharika Webb and Cathedral at No. 5 (schedule No. 48), Katie Gearlds and Beech Grove at No. 13 (schedule No. 39), Granderson, Norman and South Bend Riley at No. 20 (schedule No. 97), Ashley Mays and Warren Central at No. 36 (schedule No. 4) and Carol Duncan and NorthWood at No. 46 (No. 109).

    01-24-02...Two prospects are scheduled to visit Mackey Sunday as the Boilers take on Iowa. Katie Gearlds is expected, as is 5'10 sophomore Janese Banks of Indianapolis Ben Davis. Banks averaged 7.2 points and 5.3 rebounds as a freshman, playing on Indiana's most talented squad. Now as a sophomore, she is averaging 18.4 points, shooting 103-of-249 (.410) from the floor and 22-of-45 (.490) from the perimeter. She also adds 9.6 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 2.0 steals per game.

    01-23-02...The McDonald's Girls Prep Classic in Chicago wrapped up on Monday with two great games. No. 1 Fenwick beat the No. 1 team in Ohio, Beavercreek, 52-49. The win snapped Beavercreek's 41-game winning streak. For Fenwick, 6'2 junior Erin Lawless scored 25 points and grabbed 10 rebounds. For Beavercreek, 6'6 junior center Alison Bales had 27 points. Bales was recently seen in Mackey Arena on an unoffical visit for the Ohio State game, while Lawless, according to the Chicago Sun-Times, has an offer on the table from Purdue. In the other close game, Katie Gearlds again led all scorers with 31 points, but Beech Grove failed to get past Illinois No. 10 Regina. Beech Grove lost in overtime, 48-44.

    01-20-02...At the McDonald's Girls Prep Classic in Chicago...Katie Gearlds led all scorers with 27 points in a 65-49 loss to Chicago Fenwick (21-1). Purdue target Erin Lawless had 20 points and 11 rebounds for Fenwick, playing on a tender ankle.

    01-17-02...Katie Gearlds ranks as the state's 4th best scorer, averaging 26.0 points per game. Leading the state is Wawasee senior Shanna Zolman (35.0), followed by New Washington senior Sonya Wahl (26.9) and Alexandria freshman Jodi Howell (26.2).

    01-14-02...Several Purdue targets were seen seated behind the bench during Purdue's 80-43 victory over Ohio State. Beavercreek (OH) center Alison Bales and South Bend (IN) guard Suntana Granderson were seen along with a frequent visitor to Purdue games, Beech Grove HS guard Katie Gearlds. This may have been the first game Gearlds has attended in Mackey this season, after attending many last season. Beech Grove's schedule has conflicted with all but two of Purdue's home games to date, but most of the Big Ten Conference home games are free for her to attend. Gearlds could be Purdue's best recruiter once she makes up her mind whether the Boilers are a good fit.

    01-11-02...According to the IHSAA, Katie Gearlds ranks third in the state and is the top non-senior scorer in the state with a 26.5 average through 14 games.

    01-05-01...Beech Grove (11-3) defeated Roncalli 46-39 with 30 points coming from Katie Gearlds.

    12-17-02...Chalk up another 30-point performance for Katie Gearlds. Beech Grove (9-2) held Mooresville (7-2) scoreless in the final 6:16 of the game, and Katie hit 11 straight freethrows to seal the win. Through 11 games, Katie is averaging 27.1 points per game, which ranks her third in the state in scoring.

    12-16-01...An article in the Knoxville News-Sentinel has Katie Gearlds marked as a top Tennessee target among the junior class.

    12-09-01...Katie Gearlds and Beech Grove (6-2) were knocked out of the semifinals of Marion County Tournament by Ben Davis, 62-56. Gearlds led all scorers with 32 points.

    12-08-01...Katie Gearlds scored a game-high 31 points to lead Beech Grove past Decatur Central 58-42 in the Marion County Tournament.

    11-30-01...Beech Grove is off to a 5-1 start following a 56-49 victory over Whiteland. Katie Gearlds scored 33 points.

    11-21-01...Indianapolis Beech Grove dropped their first game of the season to Southport, 61-54, after leading by as many as nine points in the game. Katie Gearlds led everyone with 29 points and 10 rebounds. Beech Grove is now 2-1 on the season.

    11-15-01...Blue Star has their newest rankings out. Missy Taylor is the highest rated verballed Purdue recruit on the "seniors only" list, at #61. Others of interest among the 100 listed...Sabrina Keys #66, Ashley Mays #73, and Sharika Webb #84. Looking at the list of the top 80 players regardless of class, Candace Parker ranks #15 as the top sophomore in the nation, and Katie Gearlds ranks #32 as the 7th best junior in the nation. Reicina Russell ranks 68th overall, and is the 17th best junior on the list.

    11-14-01...Beech Grove is now 2-0, as Katie Gearlds posts her first triple-double of the season with 19 points, 12 rebounds and 14 assists.

    11-12-01...Katie Gearlds opened her season with a 19 point, 10 rebound effort in a 52-37 win over Greenwood.

    10-28-01...The latest Street & Smith all-american teams have been released. Wilnett Crockett, visiting Purdue this weekend, is the highest honored prospect on the list. Crockett made the Street & Smith third team, while sophomore Candace Parker of Naperville Central (IL) made the fifth team. Other players of interest receiving honorable mention by the magazine include Camille Lenoir, Carol Duncan, Sharika Webb, Missy Taylor, Ashley Mays, Reicina Russell, Katie Gearlds and Amber Harris.

    7-28-01...Missy Taylor and Katie Gearlds have both been named AAU All-Americans, following the AAU 16-under national championships held in Orlando. Gearlds' team, Indiana's Finest, finished in a four-way tie for 13th at nationals, while Taylor's Dayton Lady Hoopstars team finished tied for 7th. Taylor is seeing major attention from Purdue, Stanford, Iowa State, Iowa, Xavier, Vanderbilt and Western Kentucky.

    5-20-01...Three names mentioning Purdue appear on USA Today's list of top girls underclassmen, one from each of the 2002, 2003, and 2004 classes. Barrington (IL) guard Lindsay Richards is listed as one of the eight top junior players, while Beech Grove (IN) wing Katie Gearlds is strengthening her reputation as one of the top players in the class of 2003. Keep and eye on a class of 2004 player Purdue is also all over, Naperville Central's (IL) 6'3 Candace Parker.

    4-9-01...The Louisville Courier-Journal has released their 2001 Indiana all-state teams. Sophomore Katie Gearlds and junior Missy Taylor were named second team all-state, junior Sharika Webb made the third team, and Purdue-bound Carol Duncan and Ashley Mays both made the honorable mention list.

    4-1-01...Two underclassmen prospects have landed on the AP all-state second team -- junior Sharika Webb and sophomore Katie Gearlds.

    2-25-01...Katie Gearlds (Beech Grove, IN) - Season over. Beech Grove was bounced in the first round of sectional play by Class 3A No. 1 Cathedral. Gearlds finished her season rated as the Indianapolis area top scorer, and No. 2 in the state behind Wawasee's Shanna Zolman. She averaged 27.3 points per game this season. Beech Grove finished the season 13-8.

    2-20-01...I had a chance to talk with Denise McClanahan, 16-under AAU coach for the Indiana Finest program. McClanahan has both Sharika Webb and Katie Gearlds on her summer squad, so she was the perfect person to give us some scouting on the two players. [MrHoops]

    2-18-01...Just last week it was Sharika Webb's Cathedral squad bouncing Katie Gearlds' Beech Grove from the 2001 IHSAA tournament. On Sunday, both players were in attendance to see the Purdue women win another Big Ten Basketball Championship. Gearlds has become a fixture at Purdue home games, rated as the top player in the Indiana sophomore class and rated as Full Court Press's No. 18 player in the Class of 2003. Gearlds finished the regular season rated as the Indianapolis area top scorer, and No. 2 in the state behind Wawasee's Shanna Zolman. Before the tournament, Gearlds was averaging 26.7 points with a season high of 42, on .538 shooting from the floor, .864 from the line and .420 from the perimeter. Gearlds is also averaging 9.2 rebounds, 6.2 steals, 6.7 assists and 3.2 blocks per game. With the loss to Cathedral last week, Beech Grove finished the season 13-8. Webb, on a more loaded team, is averaging 15.4 points and 4.4 steals. Cathedral is still alive in the IHSAA tournament, winning the Sectional 25 championship at Beech Grove behind a game-high 21 points from Webb. Cathedral, the defending state 3A champion, moves on to a Wednesday matchup with Franklin (15-7). Both Webb and Gearlds played for the 15-under Indiana Finest AAU program last summer, finishing 5th in the nation. Webb was named the team's most outstanding performer for the summer of 2000, while Gearlds won the award in 1999.

    2-15-01...Kristy Curry attended Tuesday's first round sectional matchup between Cathedral and Beech Grove to check out two of the best guards in the junior and sophomore classes. Cathedral bounced Beech Grove from the IHSAA tournment 74-60. Cathedral's Sharika Webb led her team with 25 points, hitting 5-of-11 shots from the perimeter. Katie Gearlds led all scorers with 33 points, only one coming from long range. She made only one of eight shots from the perimeter, but was a perfect 16-of-16 from the free throw line. Gearlds also added nine rebounds and five assists.

    2-6-01...Four top high school players unofficially visited for the Michigan game in Mackey on Sunday. As expected, Missy Taylor (2002, 6'2, Connersville, IN) visited, joined by Katie Gearlds (2003, 6'0, Beech Grove, IN) making her third unofficial visit to Purdue. Two new prospects from Illinois, Lindsay Richards (2002, 5'8, Barrington, IL) and Blair Hardiek (2003, 5'6, Effingham, IL), also visited.

    1-16-01...A few prospects were spotted at the Purdue blowout of Northwestern. Sophomore Katie Gearlds of Beech Grove HS (IN) was the one recognized right away.

    3-3-00...The Indianapolis Star has released the 1999-2000 girls Super Team which includes several Purdue prospects and one signee. Eleven players from the Indianapolis area were chosen by polling area coaches. Broad Ripple's 6-foot-4 Shalicia Hurns was named to the team, averaging 19.6 points per game this season. Among the prospects chosen for the team are 6-foot-2 junior post Shyra Ely of Ben Davis (19.6 ppg) and 5-foot-10 junior forward Ashley Allen (17.0 ppg). Ely was also named the Indianapolis Player-of-the-Year. A couple of other players to keep an eye on who made the team include 6-foot-0 Beech Grove freshman Katie Gearlds and 5-foot-7 Cathedral sophomore Sharika Webb.


    Capri Small at the College Exposure Shootout..."Katie stood out all day. One reason was because she is equally adept at penetrating, pulling up to hit three-point shots, or finding an open teammate. The other reason was her height - at over six feet (unfortunately, this information was not included on the roster sheets made available), she towered over the other perimeter players. The most impressive parts of her game this day were her interior defense and quick hands. She is a complete player whose style is extremely reminiscent of Katie Douglas’s." (September 19, 2001)

    Steve Valiant at the 2001 Nike Camp..."If Cherrise Graham was said to be a Ukari Figgs clone, then Katie Gearlds could be seen as a Katie Douglas clone as she is a tall, versatile guard/forward type. Gearlds played as complete a team game as is possible at a camp designed to showcase individual talent and razzle dazzle. She rebounded well with taller players, played good defense against shorter guards, could see the floor well and had some excellent passes. Katie never forced a shot and knocked down almost everything. Katie and Willnett Crockett played on the same team together and looked good. One of the better players in camp." (July 21, 2001)

  • Gearlds Feels Right at Home in Colorado [USA Basketball]
  • 2002 USA Development Festival Results [USA Basketball]
  • Beech Grove junior commits [Journal and Courier]
  • Sharika Webb and Katie Gearlds: Rivals and teammates [MrHoops]


    2001→2002   26.5 .511 .829   10.0 6.2   4.1 17-5
    2000→2001   27.1 .531 .881   9.3 7.0   6.0 13-8
    1999→2000   23.7 .527 .832   7.5 6.6   6.0 18-4


    02-03 season
  • AAU National Champs and MVP
  • All-State First Team (Hoosier Basketball)
    01-02 season
  • Nike All-American Invitee
  • USA Basketball Developmental selection
  • Junior All-Star core selection
  • All-American third team (Parade)
  • Junior All-American (Student Sports)
  • Marion County Player-of-the-Year (Indianapolis Star)
  • All-American First Team (Womens Basketball News)
  • All-State First Team (Hoosier Basketball)
  • All-American (Student Sports)
  • All-American Honorable Mention (Street & Smith)
    00-01 season
  • USA TODAY Top 5 sophomore
  • All-American Honorable Mention (Street & Smith)
  • Sophomore All-American (Student Sports)
  • Super Team (Indianapolis Star)
  • Nike All-American Camp Attendee
  • AAU All-American - 16 & under
  • All-State First Team (Hoosier Basketball)
  • All-State Second Team (Louisville Journal-Courier)
  • No. 2 scorer in Indiana
  • All-County, All-Conference
    99-00 season
  • All-State Honorable Mention (Hoosier Basketball)
  • All-State Second Team (AP)
  • Super Team (Indianapolis Star)
  • All-County, All-Conference
  • Channel 13 Player of the Week

    Date Day Time Opponent ---- --- ---- -------------------- 11/12/02 TUE 7:30P Cascade 11/16/02 SAT 7:30P @ Greenwood 11/19/02 TUE 7:30P @ Morristown 11/26/02 TUE 7:30P @ Southport 12/04/02 WED 7:30P Whiteland 12/07/02 SAT 6:00P @ Franklin Marion County Tournament 12/10/02 TUE TBA vs Indianapolis Lutheran 12/12/02 THR TBA TBA 12/14/02 SAT TBA TBA Marion County Tournament 12/17/02 TUE 7:30P @ Pike 12/19/02 THR 7:30P Park Tudor Hall of Fame Classic (at New Castle) 12/27/02 FRI TBA vs Terre Haute South Hall of Fame Classic (at New Castle) Beech Grove Tourney (Ritter, Scecina, Monrovia, Beech Grove) 01/04/03 SAT TBA TBA Beech Grove Tourney 01/07/03 TUE 7:30P @ Mooresville 01/10/03 FRI 6:00P Roncalli 01/15/03 WED 7:00P @ Franklin Central 01/17/03 SAT 7:30P @ Speedway 01/23/03 MON 7:30P @ Plainfield 02/01/03 SAT 6:00P @ Lutheran 02/03/03 MON 7:30P Indian Creek 02/06/03 WED 7:30P Cathedral

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