CHS Football vs Broad Ripple, September 22nd 2017 (HD)
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Eric Feldman reports
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Katie Dougans was a cheerleader at Broad Ripple High School in Indianapolis. This video documents the 2005 Senior Nite.
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In their school's final year, Broad Ripple beats Arlington 52-51 in their last matchup together.
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Broad Ripple has produced such greats as Mike Woodson and George Hill (and, on another stage, David Letterman), but its proud basketball tradition comes to an end when the school closes this year.
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Stacey Toran's game-winning, 60 foot basketball shot to help his team win state in 1980. Stacey was a stand-out athlete and student at Broad Ripple high school in Indianapolis. He went on to play football for Notre Dame and then the L.A Raiders. When he tragically died in a car accident the Stacey Toran Foundation was created in his name and legacy.
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NorthWood became the first team in the history of the IHSAA Tournament Series to win a state championship with six losses with a 7-0 win over Indianapolis Bishop Chatard. The title for the Panthers was its first in six appearances at the RCA Dome, and the second state championship in any sport. It was also the first victory over Bishop Chatard in three previous championship game meetings. The Panthers used a stingy defense and timely offense in posting the shutout. Bishop Chatard, which came into the contest averaging 300 yards of total offense, was held to 156 yards on the day and NorthWood was successful on six of 13 third down conversions. The game’s lone score came 35 seconds before halftime when NorthWood freshman quarterback Skyler Titus connected with junior Brant Ehret for a 10-yard touchdown pass. The touchdown capped a nine play, 47-yard drive that included two key third down conversions. The third quarter saw NorthWood hold Bishop Chatard to just 11 yards of offense on four plays from scrimmage. The teams traded punts throughout the fourth quarter until Bishop Chatard sustained a drive with sophomore backup Rob Doyle at quarterback. The Trojans drove 52 yards on 15 plays from scrimmage only to see time expire as Doyle’s desperation pass intended for sophomore Kyle Dietrick fell incomplete in the end zone. Titus, who completed seven of 10 passes for 98 yards and a touchdown, became the second freshman quarterback to lead his team to a state championship, as Sheridan’s Nick Zachery had called the signals for the Class A champion Blackhawks 24 hours earlier. Sophomore Kent Biller and senior Darren Lengacher rushed for 48 and 33 yards, respectively, to lead the Panthers. Bishop Chatard junior Joe Holland had a game-high 89 yards on 22 carries. NorthWood, which started the season 1-4 en route to a 3-6 regular season, finishes the year with a 9-6 record. Bishop Chatard, which had previously been 7-0 in state championship contests, finishes 12-3. It was the first time Chatard had been held scoreless since losing to Indianapolis Cathedral 21-0 on Aug. 24, 2001. Kevin Ball of Bishop Chatard High School was selected as the winner of the Phil N. Eskew Mental Attitude Award by members of the IHSAA Executive Committee.
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Mooresville at Plainfield - IHSAAtv Game of the Week 8/31/18
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As Arlington High School players participate in their final season of football before the building closes, they said they're not letting their circumstances define them. Coaches said the end of the season was a great life lesson about change for the team.
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Indianapolis Broad Ripple, displaying fast and ready skills, handed New Albany their only defeat of the season to capture the 70th Annual Indiana High School Athletic Association Championship. The impressive 73-66 victory was the first championship title for the Broad Ripple Rockets and Coach Bill Smith, Sr. Broad Ripple opened with a quick 10-4 lead in the contest before New Albany poured in 10 straight points. At the end of the first quarter, the score was 14-14. New Albany jumped ahead 20-14 with some outside shooting by Bennett. By half-time the Ripple Rockets had built up a cushion of 33-28. While New Albany came back at the start of the second half to lead 34-33, this was the last advantage for them. The Rockets had a 50-44 advantage heading into the final session. New Albany never gave up as they tried their best man-to-man defense while the clock wound down. The Rockets spent most of the final period shooting fouls, thus gaining a better margin. The afternoon games were very close with New Albany defeating Andrean 69-68 and Broad Ripple downing Marion 71-69 on Stacey Toran's 57-foot two-handed desperation bank shot at the final buzzer. Jeff Todd of Marion was named the recipient of the Arthur L. Trester Award for Mental Attitude.
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Jamonte Hampton class of 2013 sophmore Highlights Broad Ripple High School (Indianapolis,In)
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After four runner-up finishes in state boys basketball, the Indianapolis Arsenal Technical Titans had their photo taken this time with the championship trophy in hand. Tech captured a frenetic 63-59 victory over the Lake Central Indians in the Class 4A title game. The Titans, after leading by as many as 23 points in the third quarter, had to hold off a furious Lake Central rally that saw the Indians pull within three, 62-59, with 11 seconds left in the game. But a free throw by Tech's Trey Lyles then gave the Titans the breathing room they needed. The fourth quarter proved dramatic with various runs by both teams. First, an 8-0 push by Lake Central sliced Tech's lead to nine. Then the Titans mounted a 7-0 run to re-establish the lead at 16. Then came the one final surge by the Indians before Tech put away its first state crown and the Titans' followers at Bankers Life Fieldhouse erupted with cheers. Tech becomes the first Indianapolis Public Schools team to win a boys state championship since Indianapolis Broad Ripple did it in 1980. Jeremie Tyler led Tech with 19 points. Lyles had 16 points and 12 rebounds. Mikey Jones scored 15 points. Coach Jason Delaney's Titans, ranked second in the Associated Press poll, finished at 27-2. Delaney became the seventh coach to win a state title at two different schools. He led Waldron to the 2004 Class A crown. Tye Wilburn topped Lake Central with 20 points, including 14 in the second half. Tyler Wideman collected 19 points and 12 rebounds. Coach Dave Milausnic's Indians, ranked eighth in the AP poll, completed their season at 22-4. Lake Central was making its second appearance in the state finals and first in 30 years. Following the game, members of the IHSAA Executive Committee named Trey Lyles of Arsenal Technical High School as the winner of the Arthur L. Trester Mental Attitude Award in Class 4A Boys Basketball.
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2nd. Home Football Game Broad Ripple High School
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3rd Home Football Game 2017' Broad Ripple High School
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Turner is a former basketball and football legend from Broad Ripple High School in Indianapolis, Indiana. A jack-of-all-trades, Turner is involved with the education system , community affairs, and business development director in the music industry.
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Coach Lindsay (Jax Miyagi)
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IPS is closing Broad Ripple High School because of low attendance. Two other IPS high schools are being converted to middle schools.
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Week Six ◂ RTV6 News brings you the best breaking news coverage in Indiana. News, information & entertainment from RTV6 - Central Indiana's ABC affiliate. Indianapolis, IN, USA theindychannel.com For more download the RTV6 mobile app: iPhone: http://bit.ly/iOS-rtv6 Android: http://bit.ly/rtv6play
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Friday Football Frenzy ◂ RTV6 News brings you the best breaking news coverage in Indiana. News, information & entertainment from RTV6 - Central Indiana's ABC affiliate. Indianapolis, IN, USA theindychannel.com For more download the RTV6 mobile app: iPhone: http://bit.ly/iOS-rtv6 Android: http://bit.ly/rtv6play
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3rd Home Football Game 2017' Broad Ripple High School
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Tindley School's tiny team has only 15 eligible varsity players, but the 1A Indiana high school football program is off to a 4-0 start in Indianapolis. Head coach Chris Edison talks about team bonding and season goals. (September 2017)
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There was a time when George Washington Community High School was a household name in Indiana. Times have changed. This highlight film from 2016 chronicles a season with a special group of student-athletes. We learned a little bit about football, but we learned even more about life. You can read the entire story here: http://bringthehammer.wordpress.com.
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