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May 16, 2013

H.S. BASKETBALL: Central championship DVD now available

RICHMOND — Four Days In March, a DVD commemorating the Madison Central basketball team’s 2013 Sweet 16 Championship, is now available.

The cost is $20 and the video can be purchased at the front office of the school.

The hour-long documentary features highlights of the Indians’ 11th Region Tournament championship, including the dramatic win over Henry Clay in the semifinals, and footage from all four of Central’s victories at Rupp Arena.

The DVD also features in-depth interviews with the team’s players and coaches.

The video is produced by First String Media of Lexington.

Indians to be honored by MaxPreps

Madison Central is one of just 10 schools in the country to be honored with an Army National Guard National Ranking Trophy.

The award will be presented to the team and the coaching staff at 2 p.m. today in the school’s gymnasium.

The honor is part of the MaxPreps Tour of Champions, which is in its seventh year and recognizes some of the best boys basketball teams in the country. Madison Central finished 60th in the MaxPreps national rankings.

MaxPreps ranks more than 20,000 varsity high school boys basketball teams from across the country.

Central (32-5) defeated Ballard, 65-64, on March 10 at Rupp Arena to claim the school’s first Sweet 16 title. The Indians won their final three games by a combined total of nine points.

Bosley, Taylor set to make announcements

Madison Central seniors Quan Taylor and Ken-Jah Bosley will make their college announcements Monday during a ceremony at the school.

Taylor is expected to sign with Georgetown College, while Bosley will likely sign with Kentucky Wesleyan, though he is still reportedly considering a football scholarship offer from EKU.

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