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1993 Boys Basketball Sectional Champions

Name Point AVG. Reb. Assists Steals
Curt Begle 15.2 191 40 30
T.J. Montgomery 13.8 162 37 24
Bob Boehman 12.8 55 117 30
Brian Partenheimer 12.5 164 38 23
Brad Fleck 6.3 58 65 40
Chad Lane 3.7 33 38 20
Brad Hurst 2.9 44 34 18
Jason Bolte 1.1 26 3 3
Bruce Fleck 1.0 5 9 2
Phil Lubbers 1.4 13 2 2
Phil Barth .7 7 0 2
Dan Kitten .00 2 0 0
Totals 70.0 754 383 194
Opponets 55.0 492 257 137


Coach Interview

We asked the assistent coach of the team a few questions about this team, the season, and the 1993 game.

We asked Tom Beach who were his best player and he replied that all of his players were good they all worked very hard.

Tom Beach said the most memorable moment of the season was the sectional's opening game, where Forest Park played Jasper. It was voted as "The best game ever played at Huntingburg Memorial Gymnasium." That was a very good season with a good bunch of boys. The Tuesday night game of the sectional was voted the "Best Game Ever" in the first 50 years of Huntingburg Memorial Gym. Jasper had Scott Rolen, who went on to play major league baseball and Michael Lewis who played basketball at Indiana University and is now an assistant coach at Butler University. Forest Park was ahead 60-43 with 5 minutes and 17 seconds to go in the game. Scott Rolen scored 24 points in the 4th quarter alone hitting 7 threes in the quarter, and finishing with 47 points total. Forest Park point guard, Bob Boehman hit 18 consecutive free throws in the 4th quarter, scoring a total of 31 points. Jasper cut the lead to 77-75 with 34 seconds remaining. Rolen hit another three to make it 81-80 with 12 seconds left. At this point, Jasper intentionally fouled. Boehman hit both free throws. Jasper fouled again on the inbounds and Boehman hit both again to make it 85-80.

Tom Beach's expectations going into the season were simple, he wantred to be one of the best basketball teams in Southern Indiana.  The Rangers anticipated a good season and had adopted a team song as "Taking Care of Business" by Bachman Turner Overdrive.  The Forest Park crowd would often chant "T-C-B!"

Tom said that this season's team was fun and they were very coachable.

We asked Tom what a typical practice day was like and he replied " The practices were competitive and everyone worked hard."

Player Interviews

We were also fortunate to talk with one of the players from the 1993 season, Bobby Boehman.

We asked Bobby Boehman, a starting point guard a few questions.

What was the most memorable game of the season and why? He said, " being at the Jasper games because there were so many people!"

We asked Bobby if there was ever a time that he thought they would lose the game and he replied " No! We were better prepared and we had the best players."

Bobby said the team had good chemistry, and all his teamates were really good friends even off the court. 

Blue Chip Athletic Conference Basketball: All Conference Team 1993

  • Curt Begle
  • Brian Partenheimer
  • T.J. Montgomery 

We asked Brian Partenheimer, who played both guard and small forward a few questions.

We asked Brian what was the most memorable moment from this season? He said " The most memorable moment for me was when Bobby and Scott were trading shots during the 1993 basketbal sectional game."

We asked Brian if there was ever a time he thought they would lose? He said "We were confident in our abilities and felt that we were going to win."

We asked Brian if the team got along?  He said "they were all really good friends."

Season Record


Home Team Score Opp. Team Score Opposing Team
74 45 Cannelton
73 67 Crawford County
77 57 Castle
58 61 Washington Catholic
94 66 North Posey
75 57 Loogootee
42 63 Dubois
67 58 Southridge
71 62 Tell City
72 56 Barr Reeve
79 47 Perry Central
78 35 Tecumseh
58 50 South Spencer
73 66 Springs Valley
59 49 South Knox
89 54 Vincennes Rivet
61 53 Pike Central
76 55 Heritage Hills
82 53 North Knox
89 66 Shoals
85 80 Jasper
53 46 Dubois
46 40 Pike Central
40 42 Paoli
    *Home Games in Bold*

Sectional Victory: Cutting Down the Nets/Post-Game Celebration