Covenant Christian High School - Indianapolis Girls Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 17 - 9
  • Conference Record: 2 - 3

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Williams-Harris Named Small School All-State, Borom HM

The Girls Basketball team is continuing to stack up postseason honors, this time as the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association (IBCA) and Subway released their 2019-20 All-State honor teams.  The IBCA/Subway released their “Supreme 15” All-State honors, Large School All-State teams, and Small School All-State players.  2019-20 IBCA/Subway All-State Teams Media Release. Fifteen seniors and 15 underclass

Williams-Harris, Borom Selected CCC All-Conference, HBM Top 100

Seniors Ilani Williams-Harris and Sania Borom are beginning to collect postseason honors for their strong 2019-20 seasons, which helped lead the Lady Warriors to a 17-9 record, a Bostick Memorial Tournament title, and another sectional championship. Circle City Conference All-Conference teams are determined by coach nominations, up to four players per team, and those nominations

Brown Steps Down as GBB Coach

Coach Amanda Brown, the Covenant Girls Basketball Coach for the last three seasons, announced to her team on Friday afternoon, that she has resigned her coaching position, effective immediately.  Brown, a math teacher at CCHS, will continue on in her teaching role. Brown compiled a 51-28 record in three seasons after taking over the Lady

Triton Central Ends GBB Season

The Girls Basketball (17-9, 2-3) season and strong state tournament run came to a close on Saturday afternoon, falling to #1 ranked Triton Central HS (26-0), 66-49 in the IHSAA Class 2A Regional #11 semifinal at Southmont HS. The Lady Warriors knew that they had an uphill battle against the undefeated Lady Tigers, and maybe

Williams-Harris Selected to All-City Team; Borom & Ludlow HM

Senior Ilani Williams-Harris was selected to the 2019-20 Marion County Coaches of Girls Sports Association (MCCGSA) All-City Team, which was released today with the All-County Team selections.  Senior Sania Borom and Junior Bonnie Lew Ludlow were also honored, as they were selected as All-City Honorable Mention.  2019-20 MCCGSA All-City/County Teams.  The teams are determined by

GBB Wins Sixth Consecutive Sectional TItle

The Girls Basketball team (17-8, 2-3), who upset the #2 ranked University HS (22-2) in the Sectional #43 semifinals on Friday night, came back on Saturday night and handled their business and put the game away early, defeating host Western Boone HS 63-35 to win their sixth straight sectional title and tenth overall in program

GBB Upsets University in Sectional Semifinal

The Girls Basketball team (16-8, 2-3) entered Friday’s Sectional #43 semifinal against the Lady Trailblazers of University HS (22-2), who finished the regular season ranked #2 in Class 2A.  The mountain that the Lady Warriors needed to climb was large, but CCHS battled hard and stuck to the game plan, executing defensively throughout to limit

Basketball Day in Indiana

The 4th annual Basketball Day in Indiana will take place on Saturday, February 8, 2020.  Basketball Day Indiana is an annual celebration of the state’s unmatched connection to the sport. It showcases basketball at all levels with events and a full day of television programming that includes live games, interviews and features chronicling the impact

Ludlow, Douglas Selected to the All-Tournament Team

The directors of the Girls Basketball City Tournament released the selection of the All-Tournament Team from this year’s Tournament yesterday.  CCHS was represented by two out of the twelve players selected, Sophomore Samara Douglas and Junior Bonnie Lew Ludlow.  All-Tournament Team selections are based on coach nominations from each game, and then a selection panel

GBB Rallies to Close Out Regular Season With OT Win

The Girls Basketball team (15-8, 2-3) closed out their regular season last night with a Senior Night celebration and an overtime thriller, downing Bethesda Christian, 66-60.  The game closed out a tripleheader night on Andrew Smith Court, a night of very intense contests.  The JV Boys pulled away from a 2-point halftime lead for a