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Center Grove Trojans (11-9) at Brownsburg Bulldogs (18-5) – High School Basketball – 7:15 PM

The 105th IHSAA Boys Basketball Tournament begins next week and while the Brownsburg Bulldogs do not yet know who their first opponent will be, they do like their chances in recording back-to-back sectional championships due to a favorable draw. While the draw may be favorable, it does mean that that head coach Steve Lynch’s squad

 
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Hamilton Southeastern Royals (7-14, 2-3) at Brownsburg Bulldogs (17-5, 3-2) – High School Basketball – 7:10 PM

  It’s been eleven years since the Brownsburg Bulldogs captured their one and only Hoosier Crossroads Conference boys basketball championship. Even though the Bulldogs lost only three games last season en route to a sectional championship, one of those defeats came at the hands of the eventual conference champion Hamilton Southeastern Royals. The Royals finished conference

 
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Brownsburg Bulldogs (16-5) at Plainfield Quakers (6-12) – High School Basketball – 7:10 PM

The 2014-2015 IHSAA boys basketball season is winding down with the pairings for the IHSAA boys basketball set to be revealed this weekend. The Brownsburg Bulldogs have three games remaining on their docket with two of those games taking place in the friendly confines of the Varsity Fieldhouse at Brownsburg High School. Tonight, the Bulldogs play

 
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Zionsville Eagles (13-4, 3-0) at 4A – #11 Brownsburg Bulldogs (13-4, 2-1) – High School Basketball – 7:15 PM

Only seven games remain in the regular season for the Brownsburg Bulldogs as they make their stretch run toward sectional play. After a disappointing loss at home two weeks ago against Hoosier Crossroads Conference rival Fishers, the Bulldogs won back-to-back contests last week. First, knocking off conference opponent Westfield Friday night 58-43 and then upsetting 4A-#4

 
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Plainfield Quakers (2-7) vs. 4A – #12 Brownsburg Bulldogs (8-3) – High School Basketball – 5:50 PM

The Hendricks County boys basketball tournament tips off tonight at Avon High School. While the temperatures may be freezing outside, the two teams that begin the tournament hope to bounce back after losses in their last outing with some hot shooting on the court. The Brownsburg Bulldogs begin the tournament with a record of 8-3

 
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Frankfort Hot Dogs (3-5) at 4A – #9 Brownsburg Bulldogs (7-2) – High School Basketball – 7:15 PM

The Brownsburg Bulldogs begin play in 2015 ranked 9th in the Class 4A AP poll with a record of 7-2. Brownsburg has wins over numerous teams that were ranked in the top 20 at the time such as Lawrence Central, East Chicago Central, Warren Central and Penn. In fact, both of the Bulldogs losses this

 
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4A – #8 Brownsburg Bulldogs (4-1) at Avon Orioles (2-2) – High School Basketball – 7:15 PM

Ask any high school coach and they will tell you there are two goals that they set for their team every season. The first is to win your conference’s title and the second is to win a state title. The Brownsburg Bulldogs begin their quest to achieve goal number one tonight when the Bulldogs tipoff

 
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Lebanon Tigers (3-2) at 4A – #6 Brownsburg Bulldogs (3-1) – High School Basketball – 7:15 PM

The first four games of the 2014-2015 Brownsburg boys basketball season will likely be the toughest stretch of games the Bulldogs will face all season. All four games were against teams that were ranked in the AP top 20 Class 4A poll. To emerge from that stretch with a 3-1 record, while dealing with an injury to their

 
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4A – #9 Warren Central Warriors (1-0) at 4A – #8 Brownsburg Bulldogs (1-1) – High School Basketball

It is still very early in the schedule to tell just how good of a team that Brownsburg Bulldogs head coach Steve Lynch has. But after back-to-back games tonight and Saturday afternoon, Coach Lynch might have a good measuring stick. The Bulldogs first four opponents of the season are all in the Class 4A AP

 
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4A – #11 Lawrence Central Bears (0-0) at 4A – #3 Brownsburg Bulldogs (0-0) – High School Basketball – 7:30 PM

Last season in his first as head coach of the Brownsburg Bulldogs, Steve Lynch guided the Bulldogs to a 10 win improvement over the previous season at 21-3 and a sectional championship. Brownsburg’s first since their 2007-2008 state championship season. This season, expectations are high for the Bulldogs. Brownsburg begins the season ranked #3 in Class

 
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