From the WKVI Archives

Basketball was a lot different in the 1930’s. Scores were lower, the two-handed set shot, and underhand free throw toss was in, and players 6′ 4″ or over were considered giants.

70 years ago today, the 1932 Winamac High School team went to the one class state basketball tournament before bowing out in the final game to New Castle 24-17.

The boys might have been a bit tuckered out as the Winamac Indians, as they were known then. They played three games on that final day at 10:00 a.m., 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.