SELMA, Ind. -- Blue River girls basketball has been a local Class A strength for Madden 22 coins the last three seasons.

The Vikings (3-2) have claimed three consecutive sectional titles, as well as a regional championship for 2020 as head coach Terry Bales took over the program in the 2017-18 season. Prior to Bales Blue River's final sectional title came in 1984-85.

Bales was entering the season with a 72-30 record and last year's 22-4 (9-0 in the Mid Eastern Conference) mark as his best to date. The Vikings had two key players who were Mallory Cross and Abby Thornburgh from that group, though it was Bales team was charged this season to replace their 14.5 score, 6.8 rebounding along with 5.4 assist per game.

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

Although four consecutive sectional crowns will set the school's record in the process, the Vikings still have many steps to take towards becoming a clear postseason potential contender.

"I don't know because we still have to grow. I'm hoping we'll become a team capable doing this. I don't think that we're far enough," Bales said of the team's chances at winning a sectional championship. "We've to figure out how to defend better ... be careful not to have the turnovers that don't have to cheap Madden nfl 22 coins be forced. There's a lot of growing to do. Certainly (a divisional name) is where we hope to be."