Indian Basketball: Unstoppable

Ashlyn Weidauer, 12, screens a Titan as Elle Ruffridge, 5, looks for the ball.

The Indians basketball team remains triumphant after 2 weeks of games with no losses. The girls took on South Central Calhoun, Algona, and Southeast Valley and defeated each with plenty of wiggle room. South Central Calhoun, a tightly packed home game, was a great win for the Indians, 54-40, putting them one step closer to the Twin Lakes Conference Championship Title. The Indians had the advantage on the outside whereas the SCC Titans had the advantage on the inside. With specially designed plays and plenty of fouls, the Indians left victorious. Algona was a story of record setting with Elle Ruffridge scoring her 1000th point of her career. Fans and opponents alike were impressed with the sophomore's accomplishment. The Indians left Algona after caging the Bulldogs, 82-45, and preparing for their next game against the Southeast Valley Jaguars. The Indians had never seen the Jaguars before, but they challenged them just the same. The Indians kept their single loss record in tact with little problems and have continued to prosper on their journey to Wells Fargo ending the night with a win, 77-33. The Indians have home court advantage on January 29th as they invite Storm Lake High to the gym for a JV and Varsity Girls battle beginning at 6:00 pm. The Indians will join the boys on Friday, January 30th, as they both travel to Storm Lake for St. Mary's homecoming game. St. Mary's invites all fans to come enjoy a homecoming dinner tomorrow night before the game. The Panthers will be serving Philly Cheese Steaks, chips, and a drink of your choice. If you're interested in a good game and a good meal, the JV games begin at 4:00 pm (Girls then Boys) and the girls Varsity game will begin at 6:00 pm sharp with the boys to follow.

Die-Hard Indian Fans support their Indians on a chilly Tuesday night.