Shelbyville Boys Varsity Basketball

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Asher Lifts Shelbyville Over Rushville On Opening Night

By KRIS MILLS – With the game on the line, Shelbyville’s senior leader wanted the ball in his hands. On opening night Wednesday for the Golden Bears’ boys’ basketball team, senior forward Luke Asher made a clutch, fadeaway jumper as time expired to help Shelbyville top visiting Rushville, 47-45. After Golden Bears’ head coach Ryan

Fresh Faces

By KRIS MILLS – In a couple years, Ryan Mack may need to call for backup. Entering his seventh season with the Golden Bears, Mack had a new idea for team bonding this summer — an overnight camp. Fueling Shelbyville’s youth with plenty of fast food, snacks and soda for one night, Mack said it brought

County Clash

By KRIS MILLS – A second-quarter run fueled the Shelbyville Golden Bears on Senior Night Saturday in a county clash with the Class A, No. 7 Morristown Yellow Jackets. With Garrett Gym likely as full as its been all season, Shelbyville performed at a high level, especially in the second frame as the team completed

Kuhn Breaks All-Time Scoring Record

By KRIS MILLS – Ryan Mack remembers Zach Kuhn as a raw seventh grader. Even then, the Shelbyville head coach could tell there was something unique about this smart, skilled guard. Mack was right on the money. Becoming a Division I athlete does not happen overnight. In a sense, the stars must align. Kuhn, who

A Bright Future

By KRIS MILLS – Zach Kuhn is a smart kid. Calling him a kid almost feels wrong, though. Mature beyond his years, the Shelbyville senior guard, who sports a 4.3 GPA, undoubtedly has a bright future. Humble, quiet and driven, Kuhn is a rare breed. How many kids actually get to continue their basketball careers

Golden Bears get 13th Victory Over Warriors

By JEFF BROWN – | 0 comments Zach Kuhn was well on his way to one of those shooting nights you try to forget. After hitting his first shot attempt — a three-pointer near the midway point of the first quarter — the Shelbyville sophomore missed his next eight shots. The Golden Bears were