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Waldron Boys Basketball Defeats Southwestern in Sectional Opener

In the opening Sectional #60 first-round game Tuesday night, Waldron beat Southwestern 74-69 in a closely contested game. Waldron trailed Southwestern 19-16 at the end of the first quarter, but were able to tie the game up at halftime at 39 apiece. Waldron led 54-53 at the end of the 3rd quarter and was able to maintain

Boys Basketball Sectional 60 Information

Waldron will compete in IHSAA Sectional 60 at South Decatur on Tuesday, February 28th. Waldron will face Southwestern at 7:00 in the only game of the evening. Doors will open 45 minutes prior to tip-off. Ticket Information: Season tickets are available for purchase in the Waldron High School main office for $10.00. Single session tickets

Waldron High School Boys Varsity Basketball falls to Knightstown High School 76-62

Friday, February 17, 2017 7:30 PM Waldron High School AWAY 62 Knightstown High School HOME 76 Game Recap The Mohawks traveled to Knightstown on Friday night. The Panthers defeated Waldron 76-62. The Mohawks were led in scoring by Hank Johnson with 23 points, Cameron Wells with 14 points, and Kody Guffey with 11 points.

Waldron High School Boys Varsity Basketball falls to South Ripley High School 67-45

Tuesday, February 21, 2017 7:30 PM South Ripley High School AWAY 67 Waldron High School HOME 45 Game Recap The Mohawks hosted the South Ripley Raiders for Senior Night. The 2017 Mohawk senior class consists of Joe Scoville, Kody Guffey, Kaden Branam, and Hank Johnson. The Mohawks were led by their senior class in their

Waldron High School Boys Varsity Basketball falls to Shelbyville High School 105-60

Saturday, February 18, 2017 7:30 PM Waldron High School AWAY 60 Shelbyville High School HOME 105 Game Recap The Mohawks traveled to Shelby County power, Shelbyville, on Saturday night. The Golden Bears defeated the Mohawks 105-60. After playing a very competitive first quarter, the Golden Bears pulled away from the short-handed Mohawks. The Mohawks were