University Boys Varsity Basketball

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  • Conference Record: N/A

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Boys Basketball Team Gives End-of-Season Awards

At the conclusion of the 2020-21 winter sports season, each team had the opportunity to recognize, with awards, the most outstanding athlete, most improved athlete, and the athlete with the best mental attitude. Plus, all sports also had the opportunity to choose a Trailblazer Award winner. The Trailblazer Award is given to the athlete who best represents the

All-Conference Honors Go to Four Boys Basketball Players

The Pioneer Academic-Athletic Conference recently released their 2020-21 PAAC Boys Basketball All-Conference honors. First-team honors went to senior Camden Brown. Junior Larry Pierce was named to the second team, and senior Matt Jones and junior Mitchell Martin received honorable mentions. Congratulations to these Trailblazers!

Watch Trailblazers Basketball on YouTube Live

Can’t make it to a University High School athletics event? You can still cheer on the Trailblazers while watching on YouTube Live! Simply search for the University High School YouTube channel to see our scheduled live streams or to watch past games. Events will be updated throughout the winter season.

Trailblazers Return to IHSAA Competition for Winter Season

University High School announced this week that its three winter sports — boys basketball, girls basketball, and boys and girls swimming — will have competitive IHSAA seasons as planned. This means the Trailblazer teams will compete against other schools in home and away competitions. Heading into the winter season, University High School has seen success in students’

Mervis, Greenamoyer Receive Academic All-State Recognition

University High School seniors Sam Mervis and Max Greenamoyer were recently named honorable mention Academic All-State by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association. In total, 227 boys basketball players in Indiana were recognized with first-team honors or honorable mentions. Coaches can nominate seniors who meet the criterial of a 3.5 GPA or higher (4.0 scale), a class