Boys Sectional History

Winner Runner-Up Host School Score

1925: Huntingburg, Orleans, Jasper, 23-21

1926: Huntingburg, Winslow, Jasper, 23-14

1927: Huntingburg, Winslow, Huntingburg, 37-29

1928: Spurgeon, Petersburg, Petersburg, 24-15

1929: Spurgeon, Holland, Jasper, 20-13

1930: Huntingburg, Holland, Huntingburg, 21-12

1931: Stendal, Jasper, Petersburg, 45-30

1932: Stendal, Jasper, Jasper, 24-20

1933: Jasper, Ireland, Huntingburg, 23-7

1934: Jasper, Huntingburg, Petersburg, 23-7

1935: Huntingburg, Jasper, Jasper, 28-13

1936: Jasper, Holland, Huntingburg, 36-24

1937: Huntingburg, Jasper, Petersburg, 40-34

1938: Jasper, Huntingburg, Jasper, 30-25

1939: Stendal, Jasper, Huntingburg, 37-35

1940: Huntingburg, Petersburg, Petersburg, 36-22

1941: Winslow, Holland, Jasper, 25-19

1942: Jasper, Spurgeon, Jasper, 49-33

1943: Jasper, Winslow, Jasper, 32-28

1944: Jasper, Spurgeon, Jasper, 50-43

1945: Jasper, Holland, Jasper, 61-30

1946: Jasper, Spurgeon, Jasper, 51-41

1947: Jasper, Huntingburg, Jasper, 36-27

1948: Jasper, Spurgeon, Jasper, 51-49

1949: Jasper, Winslow, Jasper, 48-39

1950: Winslow, Jasper, Jasper, 64-46

1951: Winslow, Jasper, Jasper, 49-42

1952: Jasper, Spurgeon, Huntingburg, 52-47

1953: Holland, Huntingburg, Huntingburg, 49-46

1954: WInslow, French Lick, Huntingburg, 67-53

1955: Huntingburg, Holland, Huntingburg, 55-50

1956: Jasper, Winslow, Huntingburg, 73-69 (OT)

1957: Jasper, West Baden, Huntingburg, 77-68

1958: Springs Valley, Huntingburg, Huntingburg, 66-41

1959: Huntingburg, Springs Valley, Huntingburg, 41-39

1960: Jasper, Winslow, Huntingburg, 84-38

1961: Jasper, Winslow, Huntingburg, 85-58

1962: Jasper, Ireland, Huntingburg, 59-51

1963: Ireland, Springs Valley, Huntingburg, 20-19

1964: Springs Valley, Ferdinand, Huntingburg, 77-74 (2OT)

1965: Springs Valley, Huntingburg, Huntingburg, 72-65

1966: Springs Valley, Jasper, Huntingburg, 59-57 (2OT)

1967: Holland, Jasper, Huntingburg, 62-52

1968: Holland, Ferdinand, Huntingburg, 57-53

1969: Springs Valley, Holland, Huntingburg, 54-34

1970: Huntingburg, Holland, Huntingburg, 55-53

1971: Jasper, Dubois, Huntingburg, 86-65

1972: Jasper, Forest Park, Huntingburg, 61-53

1973: Jasper, Southridge, Southridge, 47-46

1974: Jasper, Perry Central, Southridge, 73-49

1975: Jasper, Forest Park, Southridge, 75-74 (3OT)

1976: Southridge, Forest Park, 57-45

1977: Northeast Dubois, Jasper, 60-55 (OT)

1978: Perry Central, Jasper, Southridge, 56-55

1979: SOuthridge, Northeast Dubois, Southridge, 46-44

1980: Southridge, Northeast Dubois, Southridge, 55-45

1981: Jasper, Southridge, Southridge, 69-68

1982: Southridge, Forest Park, Southridge, 48-44

1983: Southridge, Jasper, Southridge, 63-53

1984: Northeast Dubois, Southridge, Southridge, 49-36

1985: Southridge, Forest Park, Southridge, 57-37

1986: Southridge, Jasper, Southridge, 55-53

1987: Southridge, Northeast Dubois, Southridge, 42-41

1988: Northeast Dubois, Jasper, Southridge, 52-39

1989: Jasper, Southridge, Southridge, 49-37

1990: Forest Park, Jasper, Southridge, 55-42

1991: Southridge, Northeast Dubois, Southridge, 47-36

1992: Southridge, Forest Park, Southridge, 55-40

1993: Forest Park, Pike Central, Southridge, 46-40

1994: Southridge, Forest Park, Southridge, 46-34

1995: Jasper, Southridge, Southridge, 70-51

1996: Jasper, Northeast Dubois, Southridge, 61-43

1997: Pike Central, Southridge, Southridge, 67-56

1998: Gibson Southern, Pike Central, Washington, 63-47

Evansville Bosse, Evansville Memorial, Boonville, 72-71 (OT)

South Spencer, Evansville Mater Dei, Southridge, 69-68

Cannelton, Northeas Dubois, Tecumseh, 70-61

1999: Gibson Southern, Pike Central, Washington, 64-63

Heritage Hills, Boonville, Boonville, 58-53

Evansville Mater Dei, Perry Central, Southridge, 62-56

Tecumseh, Cannelton, Tecumseh, 66-42

2000: Princeton, Vincennes Lincoln, Washington, 61-46

Evansville Mater Dei, Evansville Bosse, Boonville, 86-60

Paoli, Tell City, Southridge, 73-69

Northeast Dubois, Springs Valley, Orleand, 71-46

2001: Jasper, Vincennes Lincoln, Washington, 71-69 (OT)

Evansville Mater Dei, Heritage Hills, Boonville, 72-59

Crawford County, Southridge, Southridge, 50-46

Northeast Dubois, Orleans, West Washington, 61-30

2002: Jasper, Pike Central, Washington, 66-39

Gibson Southern, Heritage Hills, Boonville, 53-43

Crawford County, Southridge, Southridge, 50-46

Tecumseh, Evansville Day, Wood Memorial, 64-52

2003: Sullivan, Vincennes Lincoln, Washington, 38-37

Heritage Hills, Gibson Southern, Boonville, 38-36

Forest Park, Crawford County, Southridge, 59-45

Tecumseh, Evansville Day, Tecumseh, 48-37

2004: Vincennes Lincoln, Washington, Washington, 64-54

Evansville Mater Dei, Heritage Hills, Boonville, 59-55

Forest Park, North Posey, Southridge, 64-42

Orleans, Crothersville, West Washington, 45-33

2005: Washington, Vincennes Lincoln, Washington, 83-60

Evansville Mater Dei, Boonville, Boonville, 47-38

Forest Park, Southridge, Southridge, 61-46

Orleans, Northeast Dubois, Springs Valley, 42-40 (OT)

2006: Washington, Vincennes Lincoln, Washington, 63-53

Evansville Mater Dei, Evansville Bosse, Boonville, 66-64

Forest Park, South Spencer, Southridge, 50-37

Orleans, Northeast Dubois, Orleans, 67-44

2007: Washington, Vincennes Lincoln, Washington, 71-63

Evansville Bosse, Evansville Memorial, Boonville, 56-54

Southridge, Tell City, Southridge, 42-41

Orleans, West Washington, West Washington, 70-43

2008: Washington, Vincennes Lincoln, Washington, 76-49

Evansville Mater Dei, Tell City, Southridge, 54-41

Orleans, Springs Valley, Springs Valley, 32-24

2009: Washington, Vincennes Lincoln, Southridge, 42-34

Forest Park, Evansville Mater Dei, Boonville, 69-60

Northeast Eubois, Orleans, Orleans, 40-39

2010: Washington, Jasper, Washington, 43-30

Forest Park, Evansville Mater Dei, Boonville, 69-60

Northeast Dubois, Orleans, Springs Valley, 44-42 (2OT)

2011: Washington, Southridge, Southridge, 47-36

Forest Park, North Posey, Boonville, 43-41

Trinity Lutheran, Orleans, Orleans, 53-40

2012: Vincennes Lincoln, Jasper, Washington, 56-41

Forest Park, Evansville Mater Dei, Southridge, 73-51

Orleans, Northeast Dubois, Orleans, 61-47

2013: Vincennes Lincoln, Jasper, Washington, 48-25

Perry Central, Evansville Mater Dei, Southridge, 56-54

Northeast Dubois, Tecumseh, Wood Memorial, 69-60 (OT)

2014: Jasper, Heritage Hills, Southridge, 69-52

Perry Central, Evansville Mater Dei, Boonville, 67-64

Northeast Dubois, Tecumseh, Tecumseh, 55-45

2015: Vincennes Lincoln, Washington, Washington, 50-40

Evansville Mater Dei, Forest Park, Southridge, 69-64

Wood Memorial, Evansville Day, Wood Memorial, 49-39

2016: Pike Central, Jasper, Southridge, 49-47

Evansville Bosse, Heritage Hills, Boonville, 68-36

South Spencer, Forest Park, Jasper, 59-43

Wood Memorial, Tecumseh, Tecumseh, 61-48

2017: Pike Central, VIncennes Lincoln, Washington, 51-34

Forest Park, Evansville Mater Dei, Forest Park, 44-43

Wood Memorial, Northeast Dubois, Wood Memorial, 53-38

Evansville Bosse, Mount Vernon, Boonville, 86-54

2018: Evansville North, Castle, Evansville North, 74-68 (OT)

Southridge, Vincennes Lincoln, Southridge, 69-65 (2OT)

Forest Park, North Posey, Tecumseh, 47-44

Springs Valley, Northeast Dubois, Springs Valley, 68-54

Evansville Bosse, Evansville Memorial, Boonville, 67-62

2019: Jasper, Evansville Reitz, Evansville North, 45-39

Princeton, Washington, Washington, 55-34

Tell City, Evansville Mater Dei, Southridge, 46-36

Evansville Day, Wood Memorial, Wood Memorial, 39-37

Evansville Memorial, Gibson Southern, Boonville, 47-36

2020: Evansville Reitz, Castle, Evansville North, 69-61

South Spencer, North Posey, Southridge, 56-55 (OT)

Northeast Dubois, Evansville Day, Springs Valley, 55-51

Heritage Hills, Evansville Memorial, Boonville, 79-53

How They’ve Fared All-Time In The Sectional

Years Won Lost Pct. Titles

Jasper 103, 167, 72, 69.87%, 32

Southridge 48 47 38, 55.29%, 13

Forest Park 49, 56, 37, 60.22%, 12

Northeast Dubois 44, 47, 34, 58.02%, 10

Heritage Hills 48, 48, 38, 55.81%, 10

Note: Jasper first competed in IHSAA state tournament play in 1914. In the 103 season from 1914 through 2016, there were three occasions where the Wildcats did not compete in sectional play. In 1914, here was no sectional round in the tournament; the Wildcats lost their first game of state tournament play to Cutler. Then in 1917 and 1918, Jasper did not participate in the sectional because its coach, Raymond Cunningham, left to serve in the U.S. military during World War I.

Sectional Titles Won By Defunt Schools

Dale (11), Huntingburg (10), Holland (3), Ireland (1)

Other Postseason Titles/Regional Semistate State

Jasper 14, 1 1

Southridge 2, 2, 0

Forest Park 6, 4, 2

Northeast Dubois 3, 0, 0

Heritage Hills 0, 0, 0

State Championship Leaders

Overall Single-Class Multi-Class Last Title

Marion 8, 6, 2, 2016

Muncie Central 8, 8, 0, 1988

Washington 7, 3, 4, 2011

Frankfort 4, 4, 0, 1939

Indianapolis Park Tudor 4, 0, 4, 2015

Lawrence North 4, 1, 3, 2006

Anderson 3, 3, 0, 1946

Bloomington South 3, 1, 2, 2011

Carmel 3, 1, 2, 2013

Evansville Bosse 3, 3, 0, 1922

Indianapolis Crispus Attucks 3, 3, 0, 1959

Lafayette Central Catholic 3, 0, 3, 2003

Lafayette Jeff 3, 3, 0, 1964

Lebanon 3, 3, 0, 1918

Martinsville 3, 3, 0, 1933

Pike 3, 0, 3, 2003




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