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Memories...

LEWISTOWN-INDIAN VALLEY:
THE SERIES
SERIES FACTS:
TOTAL GAMES PLAYED: 55
WINS: LEWISTOWN 36, INDIAN VALLEY 19
REGULAR SEASON GAMES PLAYED: 46
WINS: LEWISTOWN 31, INDIAN VALLEY 15
GAMES PLAYED AT LEWISTOWN AREA HIGH SCHOOL: 23
WINS: LEWISTOWN 17, INDIAN VALLEY 6
GAMES PLAYED AT INDIAN VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL: 23
WINS: LEWISTOWN 14, INDIAN VALLEY 9
POST-SEASON GAMES PLAYED: 9
WINS: LEWISTOWN 5, INDIAN VALLEY 4
LONGEST LEWISTOWN WINNING STREAK: 11 GAMES
LONGEST INDIAN VALLEY WINNING STREAK: 6 GAMES
CURRENT SERIES WINNING STREAK: 3 BY LEWISTOWN

COACHING RECORDS IN THE LEWISTOWN/IV SERIES:

KEVIN KODISH, LEWISTOWN:  36-19
ROGER HERTO, INDIAN VALLEY:  14-32
STEVEN DeARMENT, INDIAN VALLEY:  3-2
TRACY BAILOR, INDIAN VALLEY:  2-2


GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS

1/21/89            IV 65, Lewistown 39 (at IV)
2/20/89            IV 58, Lewistown 52 (at LAHS)
12/14/89          Lewistown 55, IV 35 (at IV)
1/22/90            Lewistown 53, IV 31 (at LAHS)
1/10/91            Lewistown 65, IV 43 (at IV)
2/13/91            Lewistown 53, IV 35 (at LAHS)
12/16/91          IV 44, Lewistown 43 (at LAHS)
1/27/92            IV 64, Lewistown 31 (at IV)
12/21/92          IV 65, Lewistown 49 (at LAHS)
2/1/93              IV 64, Lewistown 51 (at IV)
3/11/93            IV 37, Lewistown 33 (Consolation at SC)
1/6/94              IV 43, Lewistown 37 (at LAHS)
2/7/94              Lewistown 56, IV 40 (at IV)
3/7/94              IV 65, Lewistown 57 (AAA Semi at SC)
1/12/95            Lewistown 51, IV 41(at LAHS)
2/13/95            Lewistown 65, IV 60 (at IV)
1/11/96            Lewistown 57, IV 44 (at IV)
2/12/96            Lewistown 60, IV 53 (OT) (at LAHS)
1/11/97            Lewistown 58, IV 41 (at IV)
2/10/97            Lewistown 70, IV 59 (at LAHS)
1/10/98            Lewistown 84, IV 45 (at IV)
2/9/98              Lewistown 73, IV 52 (at LAHS)
1/16/99            Lewistown 72, IV 49 (at LAHS)
2/16/99            IV 46, Lewistown 41 (at IV)
3/2/99              Lewistown 60, IV 51 (AAA Semi at Altoona)
1/15/00            IV 61, Lewistown 57 (at IV)
2/14/00            Lewistown 59, IV 54 (at LAHS)
1/13/01            Lewistown 54, IV 45 (at LAHS)
2/13/01            IV 67, Lewistown 62 (at IV)
3/3/01              IV 57, Lewistown 46 (AAA Final at SFU)
1/5/02              Lewistown 53, IV 48 (at IV)
2/6/02              Lewistown 46, IV 41 (at LAHS)
2/26/02            Lewistown 57, IV 46 (AAA Semi at SC)
1/4/03              Lewistown 56, IV 53 (2 OT) (at LAHS)
2/4/03              Lewistown 67, IV 47 (at IV)
1/9/04              Lewistown 75, IV 45 (at IV)
2/10/04            Lewistown 71, IV 54 (at LAHS)
2/26/04            Lewistown 82, IV 65 (AAA Final-Altoona)
1/15/05            Lewistown 78, IV 59 (at LAHS)
2/8/05              Lewistown 89, IV 53 (at IV)
1/7/06              Lewistown 55, IV 45 (at LAHS)
2/3/06              IV 69, Lewistown 61 (at IV)
1/10/07            IV 74, Lewistown 53 (at LAHS)
2/3/07              IV 47, Lewistown 42 (at IV)
3/2/07              Lewistown 47, IV 45 (AAA Semi at SC)
1/9/08              Lewistown 69, IV 49 (at LAHS)
2/7/08              Lewistown 67, IV 50 (at IV)
2/19/08            Lewistown 64, IV 48 (AAA Semi at SC)
1/8/09              IV 57, Lewistown 43 (at IV)
2/6/09              Lewistown 48, IV 46 (OT) (at LAHS)
2/25/09            IV 49, Lewistown 43 (AAA Final at SC)
1/15/10            IV 54, Lewistown 52 (at LAHS)
2/12/10            Lewistown 52, IV 40 (at IV)
1/4/11              Lewistown 68, IV 45 (at LAHS)
2/8/11              Lewistown 55, IV 34 (at IV)

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 Story from the final LAHS game...

Panthers’ season ends in opening-round play

  March 9, 2011

  By Jim Equels Jr., Sentinel correspondent

                      

HOPEWELL - There was a sense of finality in Lewistown's locker room on Tuesday night after its PIAA play-in game with Hopewell.

After enduring a four-plus hour bus ride, exacerbated by getting caught in Pittsburgh rush hour traffic, the Panthers' season was brought to an end by Hopewell. But the loss also had other significance - it was the final game in the program's illustrious history, as the school will merge with Indian Valley next year to form Mifflin County High School.

But Lewistown coach Kevin Kodish did manage to find a silver lining in an otherwise bleak situation.

He thinks he may have seen the last of Hopewell's Shatori Walker-Kimbrough.

"If we make the state playoffs next season (as Mifflin County), we'll be in Quad-A and we won't have to see her again," Kodish said.

Kimbrough proved to be too much for Lewistown to handle, as she scored 27 points, grabbed seven rebounds, added three steals, had three assists and three blocked shots in Hopewell's 54-45 win over the Panthers. With the win, Hopewell improved to 15-11 and moves on to meet District 10 champion Mercyhurst Prep on Saturday at Gannon University. Lewistown had its season come to a close with a 20-5 mark.

"She's a great player with a tremendous future," Kodish said of Walker-Kimbrough, the Vikings sophomore guard. "She has nice size and with the way she handles the ball, we had some problems matching up with her."

How dominant was Walker-Kimbrough? At halftime, she had outscored the entire Lewistown team, scoring 18 first-half points as Hopewell took a 23-16 lead into the locker room at intermission. Walker-Kimbrough scored all of Hopewell's points in the second quarter, including the final seven points of the half, breaking a 16-16 tie as Hopewell held Lewistown scoreless for the final 6:23 of the period.

"We didn't want it to end tonight," Walker-Kimbrough said. "We want our season to keep on going."

"Everything was going her way from the start," Hopewell coach Jeff Homziak said. "When she gets going like was tonight, she's fun to watch."

Lewistown was handcuffed early when leading scorer Cheyenne Stonerook picked up two fouls with less than three minutes gone in the first quarter. Hopewell held Stonerook, who entered the game averaging 14 points and 12 rebounds, scoreless in the first half and limited her to eight points.

Hopewell threatened to break the game open in the fourth quarter when it extended its lead to 12 points, 42-30, with 5:39 left. But the Panthers rallied behind the play of Clarissa Adams, who scored four points in a 10-1 run to cut its deficit to three, 43-40, with 3:06 remaining.

But Hopewell point guard Jharrin Gill stopped the bleeding for the Vikings when she drove the lane and connected on an eight-foot jumper. That sparked an 8-0 run by Hopewell as the Vikings built their lead back to 11, and Lewistown never recovered.

"That was a huge shot," Walker-Kimbrough said of Gill's basket. "We had to slow their momentum down and that did it."

"I give our kids credit for their never-say-die attitude," Kodish said. "When Hopewell got the lead up to 12, it could have easily turned into 20 in a hurry. But they battled back and got it down to three late in the game. They made Hopewell work for their win."

The game also marked the end of one of the most storied girls basketball teams in the state. A perennial state power, Lewistown has had just one losing season in the last 27 years and captured PIAA championships in 1997 and 1998.

"It's been an emotional time over the past few weeks," said Kodish, who has over 500-career victories.

"That's a tremendous legacy they're leaving over there," Homziak said. "That's a credit to coach Kodish and everyone that's been involved with their program."

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LEWISTOWN LADY PANTHER BASKETBALL - TRADITION NEVER GRADUATES!

26 CONSECUTIVE WINNING SEASONS

15 DISTRICT 6 AAA FINALS APPEARANCES IN 17 YEARS

PIAA STATE CHAMPIONS 1997 AND 1998

PIAA STATE RUNNER-UP 2004

PIAA STATE FINAL FOUR 1997, 1998, 2003, 2004, 2005

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