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Mooresville Pioneers (18-4) vs. Plainfield Quakers (6-16) – IHSAA Class 4A Sectional

The 105th IHSAA Boys Basketball Tournament is underway and the Plainfield Quakers will begin their second season tonight against Mooresville in the Class 4A Sectional at Martinsville. The Quakers wrapped up their regular season at the Red Pride gymnasium last Thursday falling to Greenfield-Central 59-44. Plainfield held a 26-22 advantage at the half but the

 
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Greenfield-Central Cougars (9-14) at Plainfield Quakers (6-15) – High School Basketball – 7:15 PM

The Plainfield Quakers regular season schedule will come to a close tonight when the Quakers host the Cougars of Greenfield-Central at the Red Pride gymnasium. Plainfield is looking to snap a three game losing streak heading in to next week’s sectional opener against Mooresville Wednesday night at 6:00 PM at Martinsville. The Quakers fell at

 
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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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Cascade Cadets (7-12) at Plainfield Quakers (5-12) – High School Basketball – 7:20 PM

It’s a matchup of Hendricks County schools tonight when the Plainfield Quakers welcome the Cadets from Cascade High School to the Red Pride gymnasium. Plainfield split a pair of games last weekend. The Red Pride defeated Greenwood 67-48 Friday night but lost to Shelbyville 69-67 in overtime on Saturday. Plainfield watched as the Golden Bears

 
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Greenwood Woodmen (3-13, 0-4) at Plainfield Quakers (4-11, 0-4) – High School Basketball – 7:20 PM

After a pair of impressive back-to-back wins earlier in the month, the Plainfield Quakers return to the Red Pride gymnasium tonight hoping a little home cooking is what’s needed to snap a three game losing streak. The competition has been tough over the past three games culminating in a 102-50 loss at Terre Haute South

 
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4A – T#19 Mooresville Pioneers (9-2, 1-1) at Plainfield Quakers (4-8, 0-2) – High School Basketball – 7:50 PM

The Plainfield Quakers will try to secure their third consecutive victory tonight on what is sure to be a big night at the Red Pride gymnasium at Plainfield High School. The Quakers will host Mid-State Conference rival Mooresville tonight in what is not only Winter Homecoming Night at Plainfield High School but also Coaches vs.

 
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Northview Knights (3-8) at Plainfield Quakers (3-8) – High School Basketball – 7:20 PM

The Plainfield Quakers return to the Red Pride gymnasium tonight after splitting a pair of games last week in the Hendricks County boys basketball tournament in Avon. After falling to the eventual tournament champion Brownsburg Bulldogs 65-39 in the opening game of the tournament, the Quakers defeated the host Avon Orioles 49-36 on the final

 
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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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Perry Meridian Falcons (5-2) at Plainfield Quakers (2-6) – High School Basketball – 7:30 PM

Head Coach Andy Weaver’s Plainfield Quakers boys basketball team received an early Christmas present last week. But that present wasn’t given to them, the Red Pride earned it all the way. The Quakers never trailed after jumping out to an early 7-0 advantage over visiting Terre Haute North and held off the Patriots down the stretch

 
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Terre Haute North Patriots (3-3) at Plainfield Quakers (1-6) – High School Basketball – 7:30 PM

The Plainfield Quakers look to snap a three game losing streak tonight when they host the Patriots from Terre Haute North in a pre-Christmas showdown at the Red Pride gymnasium. Sophomore forward Nathan Mills continues to impress for Plainfield averaging almost 16 PPG and 3 blocks per contest while sophomore Max Kurkowski has been chipping in

 
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