Anderson Girls Varsity Basketball

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Defense sparks Lady Tribe past Kokomo

By Rob Hunt | The Herald Bulletin   ANDERSON — It took a few possessions for the Anderson pressure defense to take hold. But, when it did, Staisha Hamilton and the Indians converted again and again. Hamilton’s first of four first-quarter 3-point baskets started a 24-4 run to blow past North Central Conference opponent Kokomo and

Game Lady Tribe can’t keep up with North Central

ANDERSON — The Anderson Lady Tribe were unable to keep pace with the No. 2-ranked North Central Panthers here Tuesday night. But in the first few moments, it was hard to tell which team was among the state’s best. The Indians went on top 8-0 and 15-10, but lost the lead for good soon after

Lady Tribe rolls in NCC opener against Richmond

By Mike Battreall | For The Herald Bulletin  –  Nov 9, 2018 ANDERSON — After three season-opening defeats, all to Class 4A top-15 squads, Anderson’s girls basketball team found the competition more to its liking Friday night. The Lady Tribe played like they were facing an inferior opponent, that being very aggressively and smart. Anderson pressured

Lady Tribe falls short in home opener

By Rick Teverbaugh, The Herald Bulletin ANDERSON — It turns out one good quarter wasn’t nearly good enough for the Anderson Lady Tribe basketball team to notch its first win of the season in the home opener against Fishers on Wednesday. Anderson played the Tigers even over the final eight minutes but fell 67-48 to

Lawrence North tops Lady Tribe

INDIANAPOLIS — The Anderson Indians are wasting no time putting their own feet to the fire. For the second time in the opening week, Anderson fell on the road to a team with high postseason aspirations, this time dropping a 91-57 decision at Lawrence North on Saturday afternoon. The Wildcats improved to 2-0, while the

Lady Tribe looks to stand tall in 2018-19

By Rich Torres | For The Herald Bulletin ANDERSON — The Anderson girls basketball team isn’t going to intimidate anyone with its height this season. With their tallest player listed at 5-foot-8, the Indians aren’t a towering presence. But those measurables aren’t negating the defending Madison County champions’ high ceiling. With 5-8 sophomore forward Tyra

Tyra Ford featured in Herald-Bulletin preview

The Herald-Bulletin’s annual “Elite Eleven” has been released for the 2018-19 Girls Basketball season. Anderson’s representative is sharp-shooting and shot-swatting junior Tyra Ford.