January 11, 2010


The Indy Hawks are proud to announce their affilitation with the Central Basketball Assocation for the Deaf. The CBAD tournament will be hosted at the Indiana Deaf School on March 5th and 6th, 2010.

More information on the CBAD can be found at


Hawks win PAH Relay Shootout

January 10, 2010


The Indy Hawks captured the PAH Relay Shootout with convicing victories over the Indy Black Knights and Brownsburgh’s finest yesterday before an estimated hundred people in attendance.

The first game featured a physical and hard-fought game between the Hawks and Black Knights. The Black Knights had quickness that gave the Hawks fits but the Hawks were able to overcome it for a 71-58 victory.

Leading the Hawks in the scoring column were Davis 13, Bippus and Little with 12 each along with nearly everybody on the Hawks scoring.

The game with Brownsburgh’s Finest featured LeMarc Williamson dominating the 1st half on a variety of slashing drives and long -range bombs. Featuring a suffocating defense, the Hawks were able to control Brownsburgh’s 6’8 center, Sowell and hold him to 14 points.

Keith Westhoelter led the Hawks in the scoring column with 18 points, with LeMarc Williamson finishing with 15 along with Gabriel Paulone. A resurrected James Bingham gave a vintage performance with 14 points off the bench to provide the firepower.

The Hawks have improved towards 7-9 after a 84-83 loss to the Butler Stars Friday night prior to the shootout.

PAH Relay Shootout

January 6, 2010

The Indy Hawks will host the PAH Relay Shootout this coming Saturday at the Indiana School for the Deaf’s Caskey Gym. The opponents are respected local hearing teams.

The Hawks will play the Indy Black Knights in the first game of the double-header at 230pm then play Brownsburg’s Finest in the evening nightcap at 6pm.

All admissions are $5 with ISD students admitted free.

The Hawks (4-8) are looking to jump-start their 2010 season with Fieldhouse action tonight (1/6/10) when they play at 830pm. Combined with the games this weekend, the Hawks can be at the .500 mark by Sunday morning.