Semi State offers teams a chance to continue IHSAA title dreams

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INDIANAPOLIS – Every week, it’s a new accomplishment.

They get a little bigger with every win by Jason Delaney’s team.

After a victory over Pike to win their first regional since 1966, Tech now prepare to play their first Semi State game in almost a half century on Saturday in Richmond.

The Titans will face upstart Bloomington North for a shot at the Class 4A state championship game at 6:15 P.M.

Here’s Delaney talking about the game on Friday.

Guerin Catholic, meanwhile, prepares for their biggest game of the season on Saturday in the early game at Richmond.

This one, however, has been anticipated for a while.

The Eagles will square off with defending Class 3A state champion Greensburg at 4:15 P.M. on Saturday in what could be the best high school game of the season. The Pirates are ranked first and the Eagles second with each winning one of the last two state championships.

For more on this match-up, click on the video below.

Even with a new coach, an old defeat still motivates Park Tudor.

Their loss early in Sectionals in 2013 denied the Panthers a chance at the state finals, which they had appeared in the previous three seasons.

With new coach Kyle Cox, the Park Tudor has stormed through the tournament till this point and can reach the finals for the fourth time in five seasons with a win Saturday over Clarksville at Seymour.

Click on the video below for more on the Panthers.

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