Mishawaka Boys Junior Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 2 - 0
  • Conference Record: 1 - 0

The Cavemen are coached by first year Mishawaka Coach Ian Nelson. 

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Cavemen Hang On

The Cavemen had a battle on their hands Friday Night at the Cave.  The John Glenn Falcons were down by 16 in the 1st half but after some pressure defense got the lead down to 4 points in the 4th quarter.  The great offensive plays by Raheem Braiton and Trent Johnson eventual put the game out of

Tough Loss at Penn

Friday night our Cavemen faced the Penn Knights on the road.  After a hard fought game the Cavemen (6-7) came up short 48 to 55.  Senior Raheem Braiton had the best game of his career.  He had 12 points (4-6 FGs), 4 rebounds, and 2 steals.  Trent Johnson continues to lead the offense with 16

400 Wins

Friday was a night for the history books.  Versus Clay Coach Hecklinski got his 400th win.  Like many of his other wins throughout his career this win was through hard worker and dedication to the game plan.  The team was led by Trent Johnson with 22 points and Senior leadership on defense from Raheem Braiton,

A Tough Night in Jimtown

Mishawaka’s Boys Basketball had a tough night in Jimtown.  The team lost to Jimtown 57 to 49.  The team had opportunities in the 4th to take the lead but they couldn’t get the ball to drop.  Caleb Williams led the way with 12 points and Alex Boggs had 10 points.  The next game for the


Tonight at the Cave the Cavemen (5-5) faced the Marian Knights in the crosstown classic.  The game was the best of the year because of two reasons.  First, the Cavemen were here for a fight versus the Knights and although the Cavemen lost at the buzzer 51-48 they played their best game of the season. 

Cavemen deliver versus SBCA

The Cavemen (5-4) came out strong Thursday night versus South Bend Career Academy 85-51.  It was a complete team effort which was lead by Caleb Williams with 17 points and 4 rebounds.  Seniors Latrell Frankin and Alex Boggs scored 20 points.  Tomorrow the Cavemen take on Marion at the Cave for the battle of Mishawaka. The

Caveman Men’s Basketball fall to Elkhart Central

Tuesday night the Cavemen (4-4) fell to the Elkhart Central Blazers 46-48.  Trent Johnson continued his great season with 18 points and had added contribution from Latrell Franklin who scored 8 points 6 rebounds.  The Cavemen will look to get over the .500 mark on Thursday versus South Bend Career Academy at the Cave.  On

Cavemen continue their winning ways

The Cavemen (4-3) continued their winning ways on Saturday night by winning their 4 streak against the Logansport Berries. The team was led by Trent Johnson with 22 points and 6 rebounds. Senior Latrell Franklin provided 7 points (5-6 ft), 2 rebounds and 3 steals and Alex Boggs had 8 points and 4 rebounds. The

Cavemen take down Eddies

The Cavemen (3-3) were victorious tonight versus the Edwardsburg Eddies 56-34. Leading the way was Trent Johnson who scored 27 points and 4 rebounds. Assisting also was Nick Hoopingarner with 6 points, 6 rebounds and Caleb Williams with 7 points and 6 rebounds. The JV Cavemen (5-1) were also victorious with contribution from Brendan Williams

Mishawaka Men’s Basketball wins over Bremen

Friday night our Mishawaka Cavemen defeated the Bremen Loins.  It was the second win of the week for the Cavemen (2-3).  It was career nights for both Nick Hoopingarner and Caleb Williams.  Hoopingarner lead the team with 10 rebounds; 5 offensive & 5 defensive and had 15 points.  Williams supported the team had 11 points and 9