Patterson leads Broad Ripple to City Tournament title

  • 01/31/2011 8:19 am in

(Photo credit: Jamie Owens/J. Scott Sports)

Throughout the season, Inside the Hall will keep you posted on how 2011 signees Austin Etherington and Cody Zeller, IU’s eight verbal commitments and other notable prospects with interest in the Hoosiers, are performing at their respective schools.

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+ Austin Etherington (Hamilton Heights): Sixteen points and six rebounds in a 69-57 loss at Tipton on Jan. 28.

+ Cody Zeller (Washington): Thirty-one points and 17 rebounds in a 60-54 win at Boonville on Jan. 28.


+ Hanner Perea (La Porte La Lumiere): Sixteen points and nine rebounds in a 79-36 win over Traders Point Christian on Jan. 29. .

+ Kevin “Yogi” Ferrell (Park Tudor): Fifteen points in a 63-45 win over Indianapolis Ritter on Jan. 25.

+ Peter Jurkin (United Faith Christian Academy, NC): Out until February with a stress fracture, according to The Charlotte Observer.

+ Ron Patterson (Broad Ripple): Seventeen points as Broad Ripple beat Indianapolis Northwest, 75-69, to win the City Championship on Jan. 24. Fifteen points in a 91-43 win at Indianapolis Crispus Attucks on Jan. 26.

2012 CLASS

+ Gary Harris (Hamilton Southeastern): Nine points in a 45-41 win at McCutcheon on Jan. 28. Thirteen points in a 80-33 win over Brownsburg on Jan. 29.

+ Jeremy Hollowell (Lawrence Central): In front of Indiana coach Tom Crean, Hollowell scored 18 points to lead Lawrence Central past Perry Meridian, 68-57, on Jan. 28.

+ Mitch McGary (Brewster Academy): Twelve points and 11 rebounds in a 76-33 win at Bridgton Academy on Jan. 26. Ten points in a 99-36 win over Phillips Exeter Academy on Jan. 28. Fourteen points in a 108-68 win over the South Kent School on Jan. 29. Brewster Academy won at Maine Central Institute 78-71 on Jan. 24, but McGary was not listed among the leading scorers.


+ Collin Hartman (Indianapolis Cathedral): Ten points in a 72-48 win over Indianapolis Arlington on Jan. 28.

+ Devin Davis Jr. (Warren Central): Eighteen points in a 80-72 loss at North Central on Jan. 29.

2013 CLASS

+ Basil Smotherman (Heritage Christian): Twelve points in a 79-20 blowout of Indianapolis Herron on Jan. 25. Seventeen points in a 60-53 win over Guerin Catholic on Jan. 28.

+ Darryl Baker (Jeffersonville): Eight points in a 83-64 loss at Bedford North Lawrence on Jan. 28. Seven points in a 66-53 win at Castle on Jan. 29.

+ Mark Williams (Cleveland Benedictine): Fourteen points in a 52-51 loss to Massillon Washington on Jan. 28.

+ Zak Irvin (Hamilton Southeastern): Nine points in a 45-41 win at McCutcheon on Jan. 28. Fourteen points in a 80-33 win over Brownsburg on Jan. 29.


+ James Blackmon Jr. (Ft. Wayne Luers): Twenty-four points in a 89-82 win over Bowman Academy on Jan. 29.

+ Trey Lyles (Indianapolis Tech): Twelve points in a 56-51 loss at Indianapolis Howe on Jan. 28. Eighteen points and sixteen rebounds in a 56-42 at Anderson on Jan. 29.

2014 CLASS

+ Ernie Duncan (Evansville Harrison): Was not listed among the leading scorers in a 49-44 win over Vincennes Lincoln on Jan. 28.

+ Jaquan Lyle (Evansville Bosse): Twenty-one points in a 98-82 win at Owensboro (Ky.) on Jan. 28.

+ Jaraan Lands (Brownsburg): Five points in a 60-35 loss to Noblesville on Jan. 28. Two points in an 80-33 loss at Hamilton Southeastern on Jan. 29.

+ P.J. Thompson (Brebeuf Jesuit): Thirteen points in a 59-46 win at Covenant Christian on Jan. 25. Fifteen points in a 53-33 win at Indianapolis Chatard on Jan. 28.

+ Trevon Bluiett (Park Tudor): Sixteen points in a 63-45 win over Indianapolis Ritter on Jan. 25.

(Note: 2013 prospect Darryl Hicks, who has an offer, is sitting out this season at Louisville Trinity due to KHSAA transfer rules.)

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  • MillaRed

    When someone says you are not as bouncy as Pritch, that is not a good thing.

    I expect Will to handle the ball much better after a year of strength
    conditioning. See Jordy Hulls.

  • Diesel

    Agreed, the body type and athleticsm are very similar, EJ has a better shot