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DEFENSE POWERS HUSKIES TO SECOND SECTIONAL TITLE IN 5 SEASONS
In a devastating display of team defense, North held their third consecutive sectional opponent to under 40% shooting and less then 50 points on their way to a 63-49 victory in the 4A Sectional Championship game. North allowed the Harrison Warriors to just three points in the game's crucial second quarter as neither team could find much room to shoot in the first half. Senior Cameron Gelhausen set the tone for the remainder of the game when he stepped in front of a Warrior pass to begin the third quarter, raced the length of the court, and slammed home a dunk over the top of Harrison's best player. The Huskies never looked back.
In a game filled with defensive highlights, none shined brighter than the combined efforts of senior Aidan Blackford and sophomore Brayden Huebner to shut down Harrison's leading scorer--he was held to just three points in the game and did not score his first point until late in the third quarter when was already ahead by 14. Every time that Harrison seemed to find its range, the Huskies found a way to answer. When a Warrior got open underneath for consecutive baskets to cut the lead to seven, senior Ryan Caddell answered with his patented fade away jumper for two, followed by a deep three pointer to extend the lead back to eleven points. In the fourth quarter, when Harrison cut the lead to single digits, it fell to Blackford to answer with a breakaway basket for a lay-in. Blackford scored all 8 of his points in the fourth quarter to essentially seal North's Sectional Title hopes with a steady hand at the free throw line and a pair of steals.
Caddell led all scorers with 18 points and fellow senior Cameron Gelhausen added 12. The player the Warriors could least match up with, however, was senior Mason Wicks who, despite getting into foul trouble, was able to dominate the paint underneath and garnered 8 points and 6 rebounds while altering Harrison's offensive plans with his presence.
After going from 2005 to 2019 without a victory against the Warriors, the Huskies have now taken four straight games against Harrison dating back to December 2020.
HUSKIES ROUT KNIGHTS BY 28 IN SECTIONAL SEMI-FINALS
Three seniors each scored 14 points as North defeated Castle by the largest margin in school history in a 70-42 victory in the Sectional Semi-Finals. While the Knights jumped to an early lead, the Huskies assumed a lead they would never relinquish when senior Mason Wicks put back a bucket to begin the second quarter. Senior Ryan Caddell then hit a pair of fade-away jump shots from the wing followed by a three point shot from the top of the key as North quickly built a six point lead. "The Gelhausen family" would join the act as the first half neared its completion with senior Cameron Gelhausen hitting a three and then finding his brother Cayden open for another three. The two would combine for nine points in the quarter's final two minutes as the Huskies built a ten point halftime lead.
After the break, the Husky defense ratcheted up to full strength as North held Castle to just five field goals on 25 shots in the second half. Despite missing 22 shots, Castle was only able to manage three offensive rebounds as the Huskies' big men denied the Knights any possibility to overcome the poor shot selection they were forced to take. Caddell, Cameron Gelhausen, and Wicks all finished with 14 points while Gelhausen had an incredible 12 defensive rebounds to go with eight assists, a steal, and a pair of blocked shots.
NORTH UPSETS TOURNAMENT FAVORITE JASPER 57-44 IN OPENING ROUND OF SECTIONAL
Senior Ryan Caddell moved into ninth place on the North Huskies All-Time Career Scorers list as he banged home 23 points in North's opening round Sectional victory over tournament favorite Jasper. Caddell scored a game high 23 points as his eight point first quarter barrage set the tone for North's upset. The Wildcats entered the Sectional with a 17-4 record but one of those losses came to the Huskies in early January. While Caddell's early success gave North a boost, Jasper came roaring back to tie the game at the half and found themselves with a six point lead as the third quarter entered its late stages.
It was at that point that North's senior leadership assumed control of the game. Caddell sank a three point shot from deep on the wing and over the next two minutes the Huskies began an eleven point run that saw all the senior starters contribute a basket. Leading 34-29 at the end of the third period, North never looked back and sustained a 14 point lead throughout most of the quarter by making free-throw after free-throw.
DYLAN McKINNEY SELECTED PLAYER OF THE DECADE
www.nhsrecords.com is pleased to announce the selection of its North Football 2010-2019 ALL DECADE TEAM. As has been the case for previous decades, a complete team of 24 players are selected from the 'Best Of The Best' and recorded in the Hall Of Fame section of the site. In order to qualify, a player must have been selected to either the Courier's All-Metro team, the Downtown Quarterback Club All-City team, or chosen first or second team All-SIAC by the Evansville varsity football coaches.
For the decade of the 2010's, a trio of finalists were chosen for "Player Of The Decade". The three included Indiana Football Coaches Association (IFCA) All-State linebackerCage Street who set the school's all-time record for solo unassisted tackles; Chase Whitler, a two time All-Metro selection who ranks in the top three in receptions and top ten in tackles, and Associated Press (A.P.) First Team All-State wide receiver/running back Dylan McKinney.
Based upon his overall impact on his team's performance, his ability to change the outcome of a game, his dual A.P. and IFCA All-State selections, and his three year performance that ranked him among the school's all time leading scorers,Dylan McKinney was declared this decade's Honoree.
The complete list of offense, defense, and kickers may be found at http://www.nhsrecords.com/hof/10alldec.html
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