Wapahani Boys Freshman Basketball

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Peyton West Chosen for Top 100 Underclass Workout

Congratulations to Wapahani Junior Peyton West who has been selected to the IBCA Top 100 Underclassmen Showcase held at Ben Davis HS.  Peyton is 1 of 100 Underclassmen throughout the State of Indiana selected based on the votes of varsity coaches.  Peyton will play in front of College Coaches from all around the country along with HS

2017 MEC Team for Boys Basketball

The All-Mid-Eastern Conference team was announced, which included Wapahani’s Peyton West, Jarrett Randolph and Chandler Wise, Monroe Central’s Israel Nash and Dustin Brown, Wes-Del’s Sutter Foster and Tevin Richards, Blue River’s Luke Cross and Trey Klein, Daleville’s TJ Price and Ryan Hale, Cowan’s Shea Ingles and Union’s Hunter Eviston. The Boys Basketball MEC Champions were

2017 Boys Basketball All-Delaware County Team

BOYS BASKETBALL The All-Delaware County team was announced on Wednesday. The list includes Wapahani’s Peyton West and Jarrett Randolph, Delta’s Tanner Lambert and Adam Haynes, Wes-Del’s Sutter Foster and Tevin Richards, Daleville’s TJ Price and Ryan Hale, Cowan’s Shea Ingles and Yorktown’s Bobby Smith. Honorable mentions include Delta’s Carter Anderson, Josh Bryan and Rylan Sullivan,

JV Raiders Finish 13-9 Overall

The Wapahani JV Boys Basketball Team traveled to Middletown on Friday Night to play the host Shenandoah Raiders and complete their season.  Wapahani led early 11-9 after one quarter but then battled from behind all night.  Wapahani was down 25-15 at the half after only scoring 4 2nd quarter points.  The Raiders closed to an

Raiders Drop Finale

The Wapahani Raiders visited Shenandoah HS on Friday Night for a battle between two very good teams.  The matchup was all that was expected for 16 minutes until the host Raiders pulled away in the 2nd Half winning by a score of 72-46.  Shenandoah improved to 18-4 overall while the Wapahani Raiders dropped to 15-6 overall.

Raider Boys #10 Visit Shenandoah #11 Tonight

The Wapahani Raider Boys Varsity and JV Teams will visit the Shenandoah Raiders tonight for Boys Basketball Action.  The Raiders (15-5 overall) will travel to Middletown to take on the 17-4 Shenandoah Raiders.  Both teams were recently ranked in this week’s IBCA Coaches Poll with Wapahani #10 and Shenandoah #11.   Wapahani lost on Tuesday

Boys Basketball Sectional Tickets on Sale at WHS

IHSAA Boys Basketball Sectional Tickets will go on sale starting Thursday morning 8am in the Wapahani Athletic Office.  All Session Tickets are $10 in the WHS Athletic Office.  The Raiders (15-5 overall) will face the host Lapel Bulldogs starting at 6pm Tuesday Night.  All Session tickets will be sold at the Lapel HS Doors also

Centerville Beats Wapahani at Home

The Wapahani Raiders Boys Basketball Team hosted the Centerville Bulldogs on Tuesday Night and lost by a score of 58-49.  The Raiders were held scoreless in the 1st Quarter (16-0) but fought back to only be down 30-17 at the half.  The Raiders cut the lead again to 39-34 after 3 quarters only to lose

JV Raiders Beat Centerville

The Wapahani JV Boys Basketball hosted the Centerville Bulldogs on Tuesday Night winning by a score of 40-26.  The Raiders started the night hot from 3 point land as Freshman Evan Rausch hit three 3’s in the 1st Quarter, Freshman Drew Luce hit one 3 pointer, and Freshman Braxton Davis added one 3 in the

Raiders Whip Tigers

The Wapahani Raiders defeated the Yorktown Tigers by a large margin on Saturday Night winning by a score of 60-34.  The Raiders passed the basketball and played very unselfishly on Saturday Night.  Wapahani led at halftime by a score of 33-9 and continued hustling in the 2nd half.  Peyton West scored 24, Jarrett Randolph had