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Coaches and athletes are hanging on to a thread of hope that there will be a spring sports season of some kind, and the Indiana High School Athletic Association left that window cracked Thursday in announcing a pair of adjustments to its practice requirements.

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Following today’s directive by Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb that all Indiana schools will be closed until May 1, the Indiana High School Athletic Association announces that this year’s IHSAA boys basketball state tournament is officially cancelled.

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Westville's Jason Hannon is one of 71 Indiana high school seniors -- 39 boys and 32 girls -- who have been chosen as first-team Academic All-State by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association.

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Note: The News Dispatch and Herald Argus sports staff is asking coaches, athletes and anyone else in athletics who is impacted by the corona virus restrictions. You can share first-person reactions with Jim Peters or Jack Parodi as direct messages on their Twitter accounts or reach out to us…

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Amid the corona virus chaos of the week, doing e-learning from home and having the restaurant where he works closing, Nate Ware received a message from his mom Monday to call this number.

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MUNCIE – As Makenna King waited to climb on the balance beam, her final event in Saturday’s state gymnastics meet at Ball State’s fan-free Worthen Arena, the South Central sophomore and her coach, Christine Garcia, shared a pleasant exchange, smiled, fist bumped and hugged.

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Michigan City's Reggie McKinney has signed a letter of intent to play football for Manchester University. The Wolves lineman is pictured with head coach Phil Mason.

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Note: The following is a list of The News-Dispatch’s top boys basketball players in La Porte County this season, as compiled by the staff. The group of 12, listed alphabetically, was compiled based on statistics, writer observations and coaches’ input.

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NORTH JUDSON — At 6-foot-7, 245 pounds, Brendan Carr is a big piece, both literally and figuratively, to the puzzle for South Central boys basketball as it looks to continue its forward trend next season.

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