SELMA, Ind. -- Blue River girls basketball has been a Class A regional strength for the last three seasons madden coins. The Vikings (3-2) have won three consecutive sectional titles, as well as a 2020 regional championship as head coach Terry Bales took over the team in 2017-18. Before Bales Blue River's last sectional title came in 1984-85.

Bales began the season with a record of 72-30 as of last year, with his 22-4 (9-0 in the Mid Eastern Conference) mark being his best yet. The Vikings were missing two key players who were Mallory Cross and Abby Thornburgh of that team, however Bales' team was tasked with replacing them. Bales' team was charged this season to replace their 14.5 score, 6.8 rebounding and 5.4 assist per game.

But Blue River still has senior center Ally Madden, one of the area's best interior players, sharpshooting junior Maci Chamberlin, and a solid depth around them to make another tournament run.

While four consecutive titles in the sectional championship could break the school's record and set a new record, there's a long way to go before the Vikings still have many steps to take to be a solid postseason potential contender.

"I don't know since we still have to grow. I'm hoping we'll become an elite team capable of accomplishing that. I don't think we're there yet," Bales said of the chance for the team to win the sectional championship. "We've got to learn how effectively defend ... make sure not to make mistakes that aren't forced buy mut coins madden 22. There's a lot of growing to do. Certainly (a Sectional Title) is where we hope to be."