Reece Kleinhelter’s first inclination was to get away and explore. He’ll be staying in a much closer radius, but otherwise, Kleinhelter figures he’ll be getting everything he wants from the University of Southern Indiana.
The boy was 9 years old and sitting in Butler Fieldhouse with a program in his hand. He was watching the 1963 boys basketball state finals, but as he thumbed through the pages of the brochure, a photo of a team not playing that morning caught his eye.
Kenton Crews tacked on one final highlight to his prep sports career, as the 2016 Heritage Hills High School graduate was named the series MVP in the Indiana North-South All-Star baseball games over the weekend.
The Indiana All-Star boys basketball team didn’t have much manpower available Sunday, but the Hoosier stars still kept their streak humming in their annual summer series against the Kentucky All-Stars.