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Terre Haute South plays in the opening semi final Friday night against Mooresville. Mooresville comes in at 10 11 while the Braves come into play at 9 13. South has lost three straight games, but all three have been to teams better than Mooresville. Indy North Central is a powerhouse, Evansville North is tough, and Rockville looks to be poised to return to Bankers Life for the title game, cruising through the year without a blemish. A season in the MIC has the Braves well prepared for this game, now they need to take advantage. The Braves start with Jeffrey Turner and he'll undoubtedly be keyed on by the Mooresville defense. Another source of scoring will have to play hero for the Braves to advance. For much of the season, that's been Kevaris Gregory. He's a shot maker, and long and rangy on the defensive end. This one will be tight, but I think the fresh legs from the bye will get South over the hump. Logan Steward, takes open shots and makes four threes on his way to a 14 point night. He's the extra spark the Braves need to play on Saturday night. The other side of the bracket features Martinsville against Terre Haute North. After losing three straight during a brutal portion of the MIC schedule to end the season the Patriots appear to be back. They blasted Plainfield by 23 on opening night and will try to keep it rolling against Martinsville. At 11 9 the Artesians are no slouch. When South wins the early game, North will have to focus on Martinsville first and not look ahead to their rivals the following night. North has a nice combination of size, ability and most importantly senior leadership. I look for the seniors to draw deep down into their experience from a great tournament run last year. Calvin Blank will be a matchup problem for anyone in this sectional. He plays so hard every night and will pace the Patriot offense. When teams double Blank, they can't leave Stephen Davis. He is a sniper from long range and is long and athletic enough to get his shot off over the defense. Austin Lewis, a D 1 football recruit, provides more athleticism and Nate Jahn runs the show to perfection. I look for North to march on decidedly Friday night and meet South in the finals. A rivalry game in the finals is really all we can ask for as a Terre Haute sports community. The draw made it possible and I think it happens. Blank and Turner both can put the ball in the basket, but at the end of the day I think it's the tough defense from the North side that's the difference. The Patriots pride themselves in defensive toughness and it's on that end that they make it difficult for South in the title game. North Knox knocked off the defending champs on opening night and now will take on mighty Linton in the semis. Home court advantage works out nicely in this case. Linton brings to the table everything 2A schools dream of. They have tons of size, the schools all time leading scorer in Dess Fougerousse. Pair him with 6'8" standout Austin Karazsia and you have one of the most dynamic 1 2 punches in the Wabash Valley. The Miners are 19 3 with losses to Sullivan, Casey Westfied, and Clay City. They have the star power to win a title, but first have to get past the Warriors on their home floor. After getting the lone bye in the sectional, Bloomfield now has 20 3 Sullivan in the semis. That doesn't seem like much of a reward. The Cardinals have been solid this season and have a nice inside outside combo with Ben Hayes and Kyle Robinson. The Arrows have to be the favorite in this sectional. They haven't lost since Rockville beat them in the Pizza Hut Classic. Since that game they've won 13 straight. It's a combination of a stellar point guard in Brooks Weszely, size and strength inside with Jake Kinneman and Michael Hutchcraft, and Nate Pirtle and Max Gregory providing sparks on the wing. This is a complete lineup and they'll be hard for Bloomfield to contain. It's lined up for Sullivan and Linton to meet in the championship game. The two teams have combined for a 39 6 record this season. This will be a clash of the titans. If Linton can establish Karazsia early and often inside against the Arrow bigs they have a good chance. The Miners are probably the underdogs, but I've got to give them the nod ever so slightly over a talented Sullivan bunch. Jack Butcher Arena will be packed to the brim Friday night for the Lions to get the semis going against North Daviess. The student crowd from North Daviess travels as well as anyone and they'll be loud and proud as the Cougars try to knock off the defending champs. Loogootee got a scare in the opener when Vincennes Rivet took them to overtime. If they don't kick up the urgency fast, they'll be in trouble. Just when the Cougars had gone 2 2, midway through February and looked to be a notch below mighty Barr Reeve and Loogootee, they knock of Eastern Greene to finish the year and are right back amongst the big boys. North Daviess plays great defense and has a phenomenal leader in Nick Crays. The Lions will run their offense through forward Conner Wittmer. Both teams will look to control tempo and this one could end up being played in the 30's. If it comes down to a last second bucket, which is very possible, I like the Cougars. I always say great guards win in March and that's no different here. Crays makes the difference; North Daviess gets to the finals. The other semi features Shoals and Barr Reeve and might not be quite as close. Barr Reeve looks like a team to be reckoned with. They are 21 1 and won by 40 in the opening round game against Washington Catholic. Barr Reeve has every piece you need to make a deep run. I wouldn't be a bit surprised if they are playing on the last day of the season at Bankers Life. Even though the Vikings didn't get a bye, drawing opposite Loogootee and North Daviess is a win in itself. The Vikings shouldn't have to play nearly as tight of a game as the Lions and Cougars. They'll march into the title game and then win a barn burner in the sectional title. There really isn't much more you can say about this Rockville team. I talked to a class just the other day about how fun it is to see a look in a players eyes that makes you know he's not going to lose. That's the look Lane Mahurin has had since Christmas. I really think Turkey Run is playing so hard right now that they could've won a game in this sectional, then they got the bye and play Rockville, that's tough luck. It's the championship game that could be fun. Rockville has blasted both Attica and Covington this season, and they'll look to do it again. Coach Dave Mahurin told me, "I don't like Attica or Covington. If we get past Turkey Run, I'll be excited to try to get after either team. Attica might be playing better right now. There is definitely bad blood between the two teams. It should be exciting." Those words are coming from a coach that comes into the new season undefeated and is rightfully confident. I don't see the Rox getting a challenge until at least the second game of regionals. A Barr Reeve, Rockville championship game would be fantastic and would turn the Wabash Valley upside down. I think the Rox start to hold up their end of the bargain with a sectional championship. Game 2: Clay City vs. Shakamak The sectional at White River Valley should be an absolute battle. I like the Wolverines to move on over Eminence in the semis, especially on their home court. The second game is the one to watch. Clay City and Shakamak are sure to grind it out in an all out war. The Lakers have played a brutal schedule on their way to an 11 11 record. This time of year is when that pays off. If you like scorers, this is your game because Blake Cesinger for Clay City and Brodie Crowe for Shakamak can fill it up. Clay City will be the favorite, sporting a 13 8 record, but I'm going to say the tough schedule pays off for Crowe and the Lakers as they march to the finals to take on the Wolverines. In their first meeting this season the Lakers edged the Wolverines 42 40 in Switz City. While WRV has some really nice players with Cade Hill and Luke Mowery, I think the star power Crowe brings to the table will be the difference. The Lakers move out of a sectional after knocking off Clay City and White River Valley by 5 points, combined. The RPI has been a blast to debut this season. If you're a regular reader, or a first timer, I hope you've enjoyed it. I'm going to try and blog regularly during the basketball offseason and possibly about individual matchups as the playoffs continue. If you have any topics you'd like to hear about email me or shoot me a tweet. Until then, I'll see you at the gym. RPI: Special Girls Sectional Preview Edition With the playoffs kicking off, it seemed fitting to release a special sectional edition of the RPI for girls basketball. Here are the five most intriguing sectional matchups with local interest. 4A Terre Haute South, Sectional 12 Terre Haute South hosts Sectional 12 this year, and the Braves look to be one of the major contenders. The Braves are 14 7 on the year, and coach Cara Stuckey has her team playing well at the right time. South has won four of their last five including a 30 point blowout of Carmel and an overtime win over cross town rival Terre Haute North. The only loss in that time frame came to fellow sectional contender Mooresville: a game in which the Braves turned it over entirely too much and still only lost by two. With Tasia Brewer and Emily Bell, along with the scoring spark Labrea Joyner has brought to the table: lookout. Brewer is shooting better than 60% from inside the arc. She's incredibly athletic and getting better every day. With the draw they got, I can't see the Braves bowing out before Saturday night. The other side of the bracket is more interesting as 16 4 Mooresville awaits the winner between Terre Haute North and Martinsville. I like the Patriots to win their first game. Nicole Anderson is a tough player. She is headed to Miami of Ohio to play at the next level and can do it all. She averages more than 14 points and six rebounds per game. Defenses will key on Anderson, but the Patriots have more talent with Adrienne Pritchard on the interior and guard Layne Curley. Pritchard averages nearly ten points and nine rebounds per game while Curley also scores nearly ten per contest. Curley has the ability to take over a game before you realize it if people are paying too much attention to Anderson. Senior Lindsay Clark only averages four points per game, but shows ability to score with a nice mid range jumper. If the Patriots make a deep run, I'm guessing Clark out produces her average. I like North to upset Mooresville in the semis and give Terre Haute a North South Sectional Championship at THS. That's when the tough draw catches up to the Patriots; they run out of gas in the fourth quarter and once again Brewer proves to be the X factor. The Braves win the sectional on their home court. At 15 6, Owen Valley seems to be the darlings of the Brown County Sectional with a record that seems surprising, considering they only managed nine wins last season. The Patriots have a rivalry game Tuesday night in the opening round against Edgewood. The Mustangs are led by Vanessa Brown, a 5'10" scorer than can do it all. Brown can light you up from outside and is one of the best players in the sectional. Awaiting the winner of that one is Evansville commit Sasha Robinson and Brown County. The six foot tall post player has been on a tear lately and clearly creates matchup problems for other teams in the sectional. Five foot four inch point guard Alicia Wilson leads Owen Valley. She dictates an offense that features many high screens, pick and rolls, back doors, and weave action sets. Just a junior, Wilson is averaging 18 points per game to go along with more than five assists and six steals per contest. The pesky guard is getting looks from several Division II schools. For the Patriots to win the sectional, six foot tall center Megan Eldridge needs to play well. The schools career leader in blocked shots could go a long way to neutralize Robinson in a potential matchup with Brown County. Shelden Williams averages nine points per game and is the team's best three point shooter. If she's making shots, that gives Wilson even more room to maneuver and makes the Patriots really tough to beat. It will be interesting to see how much the Patriots can get out of a third scoring threat, Hannah Corder, who's coming back from a broken nose the last game of the season. She'll be in a mask Tuesday night, but she'll be suited up. Owen Valley beat every team in the sectional during the regular season, though most of those games were very tight. They have a tough road to go with Edgewood and Brown County out of the gate, but I like the best point guard in the sectional to prevail in tight ball games. The Patriots dream season continues at least another week. The unique seven team sectional at Sullivan features all seven teams from the Wabash Valley. North Central gets the ticket to the semis with a bye, while the other six schools have to play their way there. At 19 2, the Sullivan Lady Arrows come in as the heavy favorite, but North Knox looms on the other side of the bracket with upset plans of their own. They return all five starters that lost to Sullivan in the sectional finals last season. Junior Maria Gugliotta leads the way for Steve Meurer's squad. Gugliotta is averaging more than 15 points and ten rebounds per game. She's turned it up a notch since Christmas averaging more than 20 points per game since the holiday. Sullivan is ranked 3rd in the state in Class 2A. The Arrows have their eyes on a trip to the Hulman Center and have good reason to be optimistic. Indiana State recruit Rhagen Smith is one of the most dominant players in the area. With opposing defenses keying on her all season, Smith still has managed 22 points and ten rebounds per game in her senior season. She's tough as nails on the block, and makes nearly 80% of her free throws when teams send her to the line. 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