Kick snow from your shoes and step into the warmth of the old
Hoosier high school basketball gym, where farmers in overalls line
the court and students heckle referees from planks above the
bleachers. Revisit a unique era when nearly every town had a high
school and its own basketball team. The gyms featured here no
longer host high school games, but once they were home to the
Ladoga Canners, the Mecca Arabs, the Roll Red Rollers, the
Arlington Purple Breezes, the Warren Lightning Five and dozens
more. Now they are elementary schools, community centers, fire
stations, churches. Some are homes. Sadly, others are wasting away.
But once again, the ball thuds in these gyms. The screams
reverberate. The whistles blow. Join the Indianapolis Star's Kyle
Neddenriep on this tour of one hundred former Hoosier high school
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