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April 24, 2014

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The Final Act 2014... Sectionals

Regionals

Sectional

Regionals

Semi-state

The Titans dominated the Lawrence North Sectional, winning two games by 30 points (LN and LC) and beating Roncalli in the final game by 12. Jeremie Tyler had two big games, scoring 29 on host Lawrence North and 20 points on Roncalli, going perfect from the field and the free throw line. He and Trey Lyles led the Titans to their first Sectional Championship since 1978.

VS. Richmond - The Titans came out hungry. they played intense defense, extending a 9-point lead at halftime to 29 by the end of the third quarter, using a 24-6 run in the third. Tech finished strong, winning by 25 points, 80-55 at Southport H.S. Key Players: Jeremie Tyler 23 pts., Trey Lyles 18 pts., 15 reb.; Josh Whitfield 9 pts., 4 reb. Vs. Pike - This was one of most competitive games of the tournament. It was close the whole way. Pike turned its focus on Tyler, which gave Mike Jones the opportunity to step it up and he seized the moment. Jones scored 19 points, including 4 threes. KEY PLAYERS: Mike Jones 19 pts., 4 assists, Trey Lyles 19 pts., 10 reb.

The Titans again got off to a hot start on both ends of the floor in the Richmond Semi-state. They held Bloomington North to 15 points in the first half for a 26-point lead. The dominance continued in the third, extending that lead to 30 points. Coach Jason Delaney made the decision to rest his starters and put the bench in with over 5 minutes left in the fourth quarter. But Bloomington North stormed back, closing the gap to 2 but the Titans held on for a 4-point victory.

KEY PLAYERS: Jeremie Tyler 63 pts., 8 steals Trey Lyles 49 pts., 41 reb.

In the stands...

KEY PLAYERS: Trey Lyles 27 pts., 10 reb. Jeremie Tyler 19 pts., 5 reb.

The Team CLASS 4A STATE CHAMPIONS SEMI-STATE CHAMPIONS REGIONAL CHAMPIONS SECTIONAL CHAMPIONS CITY CHAMPIONS NATIONAL ESPN GAME ‘ 27-2 RECORD 2 INDIANA ALL-STARS MR. BASKETBALL TRESTER AWARD WINNER McDONALD’s ALL-AMERICAN TEAM GPA OF 3.2 HIGHEST ACT SCORE AT TECH #41 Trey Lyles - Kentucky #22 Jeremie Tyler - Ball State #23 Mike Jones - Undecided #11 CJ Walker #2 Josh Whitfield - Undecided #33 Justin Parker - Undecided #20 Rashaun Richardson - Ball State #5 John Roberts - Undecided #21 Demetrius Shaw - Kentucky State (football) #3 Eric Meeks #10 Devin Mickens #40 Donte Gladney #12 Jason Beck - Eastern Michigan (football) #15 Deonta Murray - St. Francis (football) Head Coach: Jason Delaney, Coaches: Tom Lyles, Eric Klinefelter, Jamal Smith, Ramon Batts, Keith Dabney, Geno Riley Athletic Director: Victor Bush

Alumni show their support... As Trey Lyles continues to roll up on honor after another, it is my opinion he is the greatest basketball player in history and that Coach Jason Delaney and his coaching staff and scouts are likewise the greatest in our school’s history. They have all made us proud to be connected with Arsenal Technical High School, be it as a student, alumni or friend of Tech. - Richard W. Sexson Jr.

To the Tech Basketball Team...For winning the State Basketball Championship and carrying a 3.5 grade point average, me and my 1960 classmates salute you...great job. - John Byus It’s amazing how the team of Titans has brought young and old together for a common goal....We are the Titans, the mighty, mighty Titans!!!! - Maryalice Durrett

Lots of old friends came together for one common goal, to root for our Tech Titans to bring home the staTECHampionship. - Beth Weber We cheered them on all season long; the Tech TITANS as they captured the title 2014 State Champs. They also ended their season rated #3 IN THE NATION at 27-2! My grandson, #33 Justin Parker and his teammates were part of this history-making event at my alma mater. #48yearvisioncometopass - Velora Mansfield Anderson


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