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Indiana high school boys basketball champions

Franklin High School's "Wonder Five," 1920.
Milan High School Basketball Team, 1954. Inspiration for the motion picture "Hoosiers."

Below is the list of Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) boys' basketball champions.

1911 - Crawfordsville[1]
1912 - Lebanon
1913 - Wingate
1914 - Wingate (2)
1915 - Thorntown
1916 - Lafayette
1917 – Lebanon (2)
1918 - Lebanon (3)
1919 - Bloomington
1920 - Franklin
1921 - Franklin (2)
1922 - Franklin (3)
1923 - Vincennes
1924 - Martinsville
1925 - Frankfort
1926 - Marion
1927 - Martinsville (2)
1928 - Muncie Central
1929 - Frankfort (2)
1930 - Washington
1931 - Muncie Central (2)
1932 - New Castle
1933 - Martinsville (3)
1934 - Logansport
1935 - Anderson
1936 - Frankfort (3)
1937 - Anderson (2)
1938 - Fort Wayne South
1939 - Frankfort (4)
1940 - Hammond Technical
1941 - Washington (2)
1942 - Washington (3)
1943 - Fort Wayne Central
1944 - Evansville Bosse
1945 - Evansville Bosse (2)
1946 - Anderson (3)
1947 - Shelbyville
1948 - Lafayette Jefferson
1949 - Jasper
1950 - Madison
1951 - Muncie Central (3)
1952 - Muncie Central (4)
1953 - South Bend Central
1954 - Milan
1955 - Indianapolis Crispus Attucks
1956 – Indianapolis Crispus Attucks (2)
1957 - South Bend Central (2)
1958 - Fort Wayne South (2)
1959 - Indianapolis Crispus Attucks (3)
1960 - East Chicago Washington
1961 - Kokomo
1962 - Evansville Bosse (3)
1963 - Muncie Central (5)
1964 - Lafayette Jefferson (2)
1965 - Indianapolis Washington
1966 - Michigan City Elston
1967 - Evansville North
1968 - Gary Roosevelt
1969 - Indianapolis Washington (2)
1970 - East Chicago Roosevelt
1971 - East Chicago Washington (2)
1972 - Connersville
1973 - New Albany
1974 - Fort Wayne Northrop
1975 - Marion (2)
1976 - Marion (3)
1977 - Carmel
1978 - Muncie Central (6)
1979 - Muncie Central (7)
1980 - Indianapolis Broad Ripple
1981 - Vincennes Lincoln (2)
1982 - Plymouth
1983 - Connersville (2)
1984 - Warsaw
1985 - Marion (4)
1986 - Marion (5)
1987 - Marion (6)
1988 - Muncie Central (8)
1989 - Lawrence North
1990 - Bedford North Lawrence
1991 - Gary Roosevelt (2)
1992 - Richmond
1993 - Jeffersonville
1994 - South Bend Clay
1995 - Indianapolis Ben Davis
1996 - Indianapolis Ben Davis (2)
1997 - Bloomington North

In 1997, the Indiana High School Athletic Association instituted a class tournament system, crowning four champions based on school size.

4A (Big School) Champions
1998 - Indianapolis Pike
1999 - Indianapolis North Central
2000 - Marion (7)
2001 - Indianapolis Pike (2)
2002 - Gary West Side
2003 - Indianapolis Pike (3)
2004 - Lawrence North (2)
2005 - Lawrence North (3)
2006 - Lawrence North (4)
2007 - East Chicago Central
2008 - Brownsburg
2009 - Bloomington South (2)
2010 - Indianapolis North Central (2)
2011 - Bloomington South (3)
2012 - Carmel (2)
2013 - Carmel (3)
2014 - Indianapolis Arsenal Technical
2015 - Homestead

3A Champions
1998 - Indianapolis Cathedral
1999 - Plainfield
2000 - Indianapolis Brebeuf
2001 - Muncie South
2002 - Delta
2003 - Indianapolis Chatard
2004 - Evansville Mater Dei
2005 - Washington (4)
2006 - New Castle (2)
2007 - Plymouth (2)
2008 - Washington (5)
2009 - Princeton
2010 - Washington (6)
2011 - Washington (7)
2012 - Guerin Catholic (Noblesville)
2013 - Greensburg
2014 - Greensburg (2)
2015 - Guerin Catholic (Noblesville) (2)

2A Champions
1998 - Alexandria
1999 - Westview
2000 - Westview (2)
2001 - Harding
2002 - Speedway
2003 - Cass
2004 - Jimtown
2005 - Forest Park
2006 - Forest Park (2)
2007 - Northwestern
2008 - Fort Wayne Luers
2009 - Fort Wayne Luers (2)
2010 - Wheeler
2011 - Indianapolis Park Tudor
2012 - Indianapolis Park Tudor (2)
2013 - Bowman Academy (2)
2014 - Indianapolis Park Tudor (3)
2015 - Indianapolis Park Tudor (4)

1A Champions
1998 - Lafayette Central Catholic
1999 - Tecumseh
2000 - Lafayette Central Catholic (2)
2001 - Attica
2002 - Rossville
2003 - Lafayette Central Catholic (3)
2004 - Waldron
2005 - Lapel
2006 - Hauser
2007 - Oregon-Davis
2008 - Triton
2009 - Jac-Cen-Del
2010 - Bowman Academy
2011 - Indianapolis Metropolitan
2012 - Loogootee
2013 - Borden
2014 - Marquette Catholic
2015 - Barr-Reeve

( ) Total Number of Championships

See also

References

  1. ^ Montgomery County Historical Society Profiles: Crawfordsville 1911 Champs

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