South Bend Adams Boys Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 5 - 6
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Boys Basketball Wins Big Over SB Clay

The boys basketball team received a nice gift right before they take final exams the next few days – a big win over South Bend Clay. The Eagles defeated the Colonials soundly with a score of 85-43 in the mid week match. Once the Eagles took the lead, Adams was in control of the game

Boys Basketball Gets Big Crosstown Rivalry Victory

The Goldsberry Trophy is returning to John Adams High School tonight. The Eagles won in a close cross town rivalry matchup on the road to SB Riley 76 – 70. The Wildcats were up on the Eagles after the first quarter, but Adams never counted themselves out of the game, slowly working their way back

Upcoming Schedule Change

There will be a change to the boys and girls basketball schedules for Tuesday January 22, 2019. The Adams girls will be hosting New Prairie High School and the boys will be hosting Jimtown High School. Both schools will play a varsity and junior variety game. The new schedule for the night is as follows:

Boys Basketball Falls in Close Matchup Against Marian

The boys basketball team faced off against #2 3A Mishawaka Marian on Friday night in Northern Indiana Conference action. In what would become a classic game for the season, the Eagles trailing at half never gave up against the Knights. Marian took the lead early in the game, entering halftime with an 18 point lead.

Boys Basketball Begins Conference Play With Victory

Northern Indiana Conference play began for the boys basketball team on Tuesday evening with a big victory over Elkhart Central.┬áThe Eagles came out of the gates hot, taking the lead and holding it throughout the game, taking the team to victory,┬ádefeating the Blue Blazers 71 – 48. Five Adams players scored in double digits in

Boys Basketball Loses Close Road Game

After a home won on Friday night, the boys basketball team was looking to do the same on the road down in Fort Wayne on Saturday afternoon against Northrop High School. The Eagles were keeping it close throughout the game, only trailing by three at the half, but as the second half progressed, were unable