INDIANAPOLIS: January 15 – The highly anticipated Boys Varsity City Alliance Championship is set to mark its 15th year of webcasting on IndianaSRN, bringing thrilling high school basketball action to fans across the region. The comprehensive coverage is scheduled to kick off on Tuesday night, January 16, featuring an exciting doubleheader at Heritage Christian and Bishop Chatard, followed by a game on Thursday evening, January 18 TBA.

IndianaSRN’ s extensive coverage continues on Saturday, January 20, with a pre-game show starting at 5:40 pm, leading into the two semi-final matchups. The excitement culminates on Monday, January 22, with the Championship game that promises to be a riveting showdown. All these events will be hosted at Arsenal Tech High School.

“We are thrilled to celebrate the 15th year of webcasting the Boys Varsity City Alliance Championship on IndianaSRN. The doubleheader on Tuesday, the thrilling semi-finals on Saturday, and the ultimate Championship game on Monday are sure to captivate basketball enthusiasts,” said Keith Meyers, VP Operations at IndianaSRN.

Arsenal Tech High School is honored to host these prestigious games, providing an excellent venue for the talented teams to showcase their skills and compete for the championship title.

The IndianaSRN crew is eagerly looking forward to a week filled with high-energy basketball action. Fans can expect top-notch coverage, insightful commentary, and in-depth analysis throughout the tournament.

Don’t miss the excitement! Tune in to for the live webcast and join us in celebrating the Boys Varsity City Alliance Championship’s 15th year of thrilling basketball moments.

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About IndianaSRN: IndianaSRN is a leading platform for high school sports coverage, dedicated to bringing live broadcasts, in-depth analysis, and exclusive content to fans across the region. With a focus on showcasing the talent and excitement of high school sports, IndianaSRN has become a trusted source for sports enthusiasts. SRN covered 300 high school games in 2023 with an impressive webcast viewership of 1.3 million.