Hollowell, Lawrence Central win battle with Lyles, Tech

Throughout the season, Inside the Hall will keep you posted on how IU’s five 2012 signees, four verbal commitments and other notable prospects with interest in the Hoosiers are performing at their respective schools. (Photo credit: Jamie Owens/J. Scott Sports)

You can send us stats or results for this report at insidethehall@gmail.com. (Note: We’ll be adding more recruits as the season moves along and more schedules become available.)

2012 SIGNEES

Hanner Perea (La Porte La Lumiere): 19 points and 11 rebounds in a 95-79 win over Summit Christian on Nov. 29. At the Marshall County Hoopfest on Dec. 3, scored 14 points as La Lumiere fell 77-59 to Oak Hill Academy.

Jeremy Hollowell (Lawrence Central): 26 points and nine rebounds in a 69-64 win over Indianapolis Tech on Dec. 2.

Kevin “Yogi” Ferrell (Park Tudor): Game-high 24 points in a 54-53 loss at Indianapolis Roncalli on Dec. 2.

Peter Jurkin (United Faith Christian Academy, NC): 21 points in a 119-64 win over Queens Grant Charter on Nov. 28. 14 points in a 117-59 win over Shining Light Academy on Dec. 2.

Ron Patterson (Broad Ripple): 26 points and four steals in a 78-60 loss at Indianapolis Cathedral on Dec. 3.

2013 COMMITMENTS

Collin Hartman (Indianapolis Cathedral): 13 points in a 60-56 win over Warren Central on Dec. 2 and 13 points in a 78-60 win over Broad Ripple on Dec. 3.

Devin Davis Jr. (Warren Central): 20 points in 60-56 loss at Indianapolis Cathedral on Dec. 2 and 16 points in a 68-33 win over Franklin Central on Dec. 3.

2013 CLASS

BeeJay Anya (DeMatha Catholic, MD): 10 points, 11 rebounds and six blocks in a 77-48 win over Glenelg Country on Dec. 3.

Demetrius Jackson (Mishawaka Marian): 28 points in a 73-56 win over LaVille on Nov. 29, 16 points in a 60-54 win at New Prairie on Dec. 2 and 19 points and six assists in a 82-67 loss at Ft. Wayne Luers on Dec. 3.

Derek Willis (Bullitt East, KY): 18 points in a 77-50 win over Tatest Creek on Nov. 28 and 18 points in a 98-62 win over Bullitt Central on Dec. 2.

+ Luke Fischer (Germantown, WI): 14 points in a 73-58 win at Brookfield Central on Nov. 29.

2014 COMMITMENTS

James Blackmon Jr. (Ft. Wayne Luers): 29 points in a 82-67 win over Mishawaka Marian on Dec. 3. 

Trey Lyles (Indianapolis Tech): 19 points and 19 rebounds in a 69-64 loss at Lawrence Central on Dec. 2. Team-high 21 points in a 61-49 loss at Carmel on Dec. 3.

2014 CLASS

+ Bryant McIntosh (Greensburg): 17 points and seven assists in win over Lawrenceville on Dec. 2 and 16 points, seven assists and seven rebounds in win at Batesville on Dec. 3.

Cliff Alexander (Chicago Curie, IL): Nine points and eight rebounds in a 81-71 overtime win over Bowman Academy on Dec. 3 at the UIC Pavilion.

+ Grant Evans (Wapahani): 12 points in a 64-44 win over Winchester on Dec. 2. Wapahani beat Knightstown 71-33 on Dec. 3, but no individual stats were available.

Jaquan Lyle (Evansville Bosse): Did not play. Next: At Princeton on Dec. 9.

+ Jordan Green (Lexington Henry Clay, KY): 16 points in a 82-34 win over Madison Southern on Dec. 3. Not listed among the top scorers in a 50-46 loss to Tates Creek on Dec. 1.

+ Perry Poindexter (North Central): Not listed in box score in 76-69 win at Richmond on Dec. 2 and 11 points in a 101-49 win over Gary Wallace on Dec. 3.

Trevon Bluiett (Park Tudor): Two points in a 54-53 loss at Indianapolis Roncalli on Dec. 2.

+ Trey Grundy (Lexington Henry Clay, KY): 25 points in a 50-46 loss to Tates Creek on Dec. 1.  Not listed among the leading scorers in a 82-34 rout of Madison Southern on Dec. 3.

2015 CLASS

Jalen Coleman (Cathedral): 16 points in a 60-56 win over Warren Central on Dec. 2 and 15 points, including 13 in the fourth quarter, in a 78-60 win over Broad Ripple on Dec. 3.

  • Anonymous

    “Bryant McIntosh (Greensburg): 17 points and seven assists in win over Lawrenceville on Dec. 2 and 16 points, seven assists and seven rebounds in win at Batesville on Dec. 3.”

    Believe it was LawrenceBURG not “ville”.

  • Anonymous

    Obviously, point totals in a vacuum of information don’t mean much, but it’s still encouraging to see Jurkin put some points up, regardless of the situation.

  • IUoptometry

    Off topic: Quick note on the student section tickets.
    -make them all general admission, first-come gets the best seats. This will cause students to get there earlier and this will fill the bottom section of Assembly Hall. Its embarrassing when the bottom section is not full, but we have students sitting in the balcony wishing they could move down.-if the bottom section does not fill by halftime, allowing first-come to that section at half and begin filling in the lower section. This would allow and even louder south end for the second half when we need the fan support the most.That has to be the easy fix, right???

  • Anonymous

    For some reason the athletic department is very against an all general admission student section. I go to every game but half my tickets are in the balcony. You get about 3 good seats a season as a student.

  • Anonymous

    Poindexter didn’t score against Richmond per the Pal-Item
    http://www.pal-item.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2011112030306

  • Joe B

    I m from Greensburg(town, went to diff. HS; just to clarify) and it is Lawrenceburg.  Also, was at the Gburg v Batesville game.  Great game; and sitting about 20 feet from me: Matt Painter.  Batesville is on the way back from Xavier where Purdue played Saturday so logically makes sense for him to make the scouting stop.

  • Anonymous

    How’d Ivan Renko do in his Serbian-league game?

  • Anonymous

    How’d Ivan Renko do in his Serbian-league game?

  • Hoosier78

    No kidding, I’ve been in the balcony for most of these early games. there are plenty of us, students in attendance to fill the stinking GA seating. AH seating is stupid. How about if every time 7600 students show up we take $1000 from Don Fisher. What a stupid comment.

  • HoosierinSTL

    It was the same way when I graduated in 1981.

  • Bucky

    This is my favorite article every week.  Thank you for posting them.

    It will be fun to watch the numbers for Anya (2013) and Alexander (’14).  From their videos, I expected them to go 30-30 every game.

     

  • N71

    Saw the Cathedral v Warren game and came away very impressed with Jalen Coleman.  When you look at him physically he looks like a freshman and he’s already 6′ 1″ so my guess is he ends up 6′ 4″.  His play though would be good for a senior, let alone a freshman.  I’m not sure who I would compare him to.  He’s not flashy, he’s fast, but not waterbug quick like Yogi.  He seems to always be in the right place at the right time, doesn’t force things, takes smart shots, etc.  Can’t imagine how good he will be once he is a senior.  He would be a great, great get for IU.

  • chicagohoosier

    It’s pathetic, yet they keep saying we have ‘the largest student section in the country’. No! we sell the most student tickets maybe, but as far as “student section”. I know they’re not going to, but they really need to change that. 

  • chicagohoosier

    It’s pathetic, yet they keep saying we have ‘the largest student section in the country’. No! we sell the most student tickets maybe, but as far as “student section”. I know they’re not going to, but they really need to change that. 

  • Aceman_Mujezinovic_07

    Ha, I had a dream last night that it was next year and IU was playing with Yogi and the crew.  We were playing one the of the big dogs and Yogi and Hollowell started.  We played well for a while and then one player from the other team (an athletic big) started to give us fits.  Hanner came in a swatted his first shot and it was all IU from there. 

    God’s honest truth – it was a real dream!

  • http://www.sportshaze.com The Movement

    Why don’t we just do a huge student section all together like Utah State? That would be incredible.

  • Anonymous

    19 rebounds. Hot damn!

  • Anonymous

    The Athletic Department doesn’t want to do all general admission because of the logistic concerns regarding knowing when the main section is full and making people go up to the balcony.

    The second part of your idea, however, makes so much sense I think it’ll happen eventually.  After halftime, if you’re not there, you give up your seat and anyone higher up should be able to move down.

  • Anonymous

    Anyone else trying to watch the IU replay on btn? I swear, this is the worst network in the free world!

  • tyler benson

    hey im also from greensburg live about fifteen minutes outside of town

  • tyler benson

    hey im also from greensburg live about fifteen minutes outside of town

  • Anonymous

    Yeah I just watched it. What a joke. I was so heated I posted on btn’s facebook page how pathetic it was and my comment was deleted within five min. Absolutely terrible

  • Anonymous

    Heres a comparison…

    IU fans: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8hdKnr7rpE

    UK fans: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qSNHWfvwCZw

    your thoughts?

  • Anonymous

    Anyone else surprised (or know why) Trevon Bluiet only had 2 points in the loss to Roncalli?  Injury?  Foul trouble?  Something ain’t stirring the kool-aid man.

  • Anonymous

    54 points, 23 boards, but only 11 assists in a 72-56 win.  Assists were probably down because his team only had 3 dressed due to a mysterious illness sweeping the region.

  • Arampers

    I just posted on their facebook page too hopefully they won’t silence me like they did for you, I’m glad I get more IU games then I would have without btn but I agree it’s pretty miserable

  • Casey B.

    Not that difficult to combat. Determine how many people are allowed in the general admission area, and stamp each person’s hand as they walk in. No stamp, no re-entry into the GA area. Proceed until predetermined capacity is met, then direct the rest of the students to the upper levels.

  • Casey B.

    Not that difficult to combat. Determine how many people are allowed in the general admission area, and stamp each person’s hand as they walk in. No stamp, no re-entry into the GA area. Proceed until predetermined capacity is met, then direct the rest of the students to the upper levels.

  • HoosierHysteric

    Wait, seriously?

  • InTheMtns

    Is the Kentucky one for real or did these guys lose a bet and with a gun to their
    heads someone made them do it?   Wow, was that bad.

     

  • IUFAN

    I hope these guys can find there way to Hoosier Nation this saturday  becuase this is the environment They will see every week.  Hope we can get 2014 Jaquan Lyle to come up because have a feeling he is waiting for a KY offer and he will get to see what side has the biggest fan base. It is going to be awesome

  • http://www.sportshaze.com The Movement

    He was in foul trouble for the first half, but it was mostly due to Roncalli’s huge frontline. Park Tudor wasn’t able to get up and down the court like they normally do. Trevon just wasn’t involved in the offense very much. He probably only got around 3-4 shots up.

  • http://www.sportshaze.com The Movement

    He was in foul trouble for the first half, but it was mostly due to Roncalli’s huge frontline. Park Tudor wasn’t able to get up and down the court like they normally do. Trevon just wasn’t involved in the offense very much. He probably only got around 3-4 shots up.

  • N71

    Those are UK music students and output from the State of Kentucky’s education system with the influence of the “no student left behind” policy. They are people too, be nice.

  • KFDCHEV

    Watching that replay sure made me happy I had the games on Channel 4 as a kid. How outlandish is it that we pay for the BTN so we can watch IU games and then have to see the game a day later. When I was a kid we watched it the day it was played and it was free! The BTN is a joke. Why the game wasn’t on Sunday is beyond me. Somebody needs to get their act together and get all the IU games on TV……LIVE!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Anonymous

    I had a whole thing typed out about how it’s not that simple and the logistics that are involved, but then I realized it made me look like a crazy person so I deleted it.  Winning cures all ills, so we’ll see how things look as the season progresses.  Last season as B1G games got here, the emptiness of the GA section stopped being a prime topic for discussion.  When the successor to AH is eventually built, you can bet there will be a serious campaign for a real, contiguous student section.

  • Anonymous

    I totally agree that Fish’s comments were stupid, but he is understandably upset.  I went to IU in the late 90′s, and that was a huge deal to have those lower main tickets.  I think after 10 minutes into the game, they should open the section to other students to move down from the upper main.  I think the problem with GA is that people space out and you lose a bunch of seats.

  • Anonymous

    I think they ended up doing an execution of the losing team (firing squad style).   So that is good for Ivan.  Maybe some day he will finally make it to IU from behind the Iron Curtain.

  • http://www.trinityoaklabs.com Hoosiergirl

    Anyone know if there are any big recruits coming to the IU vs KY game?

  • Anonymous

    I remember when the whole Renko thing came out. I was working at a TV station in Evansville at the time and our sports guy caught it as BS almost immediately.  I remember the conversation just beginning and he said, “wait a minute.  A coach isn’t allowed to discuss a potential recruit until he signs.”  The guy was a UK fan, by the way, and added, “I know Knight’s not dumb enough to make that mistake.  I bet he’s made all this up just to (mess) with some media guy.”

  • Anonymous

    That may be the best solution yet.  Of all the other “suggestions” this is the only one that seems as if it is truly enforceable.  Maybe there’s a specific entry for students only–at the very least there is one entry they must make where those tickets are held.

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