Indiana High School Boys Basketball Champions


Indiana High School Boys Basketball Champions

1911 - Crawfordsville
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
1982 - Plymouth
1983 - Connersville (2)
1984 - Warsaw
1985 - Marion (4)
1986 - Marion (5)
1987 - Marion (6)
1988 - Muncie Central (8)
1989 - Indianapolis 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 - Indianapolis Lawrence North (2)
2005 - Indianapolis Lawrence North (3)
2006 - Indianapolis Lawrence North (4)
2007 - East Chicago Central
2008 - Brownsburg

3A Champions
1998 - Indianapolis Cathedral
1999 - Plainfield
2000 - Indianapolis Brebeuf
2001 - Muncie Southside
2002 - Delta
2003 - Indianapolis Chatard
2004 - Evansville Mater Dei
2005 - Washington (4)
2006 - New Castle (2)
2007 - Plymouth (2)
2008 - Washington (5)

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

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

( ) Total Number of Championships

ee also

*Indiana Big School Football Champions


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