Averaging almost 19 ppg, 45% from field. Brebeuf is 10-2.
Game high 18 points in loss. Scored his 1000th career point.
20 points in upset of Bishop Chatard
Led team with 16 in loss to Park Tudor. Both teams 11-5.
One of 10 to watch for Indiana Mr. Basketball
Loss to 15-2 Mt.Vernon
“Brebeuf dropped to 11-6 and was boasting its own Division-I standout in 6-foot-7 guard Billy Smith. He led all scorers with 29 points, but most of those came well after the Marauders had taken control. Smith hit just three of his 14 shots and was 10 of 24 for the game (41.7 percent).”
16 in 49-47 win over Tri-West.
Scrappy goalie. Loved watching him.
19 points in 22 point win at Heritage Christian.
17 in loss to New Castle, 51-44. End of regular season.
Billy Smith drilled four 3-pointers and scored a game-high 21 points to lift the No. 11 Braves (15-7, 4-1) to the Circle City Conference championship with a hard-fought win over the Royals (7-14, 2-3), who lost their fourth straight contest.
13/4 assists in 35 point win in sectional game.
Worth noting II: There has not been a local team to play in the Class 3A state finals since Crispus Attucks defeated Twin Lakes 73-71 in 2017. The best chance this year? It might be Brebeuf Jesuit, which is 15-7 and has an Indiana All-Stars candidate in Miami of Ohio recruit Billy Smith. But Brebeuf will have to navigate a difficult Sectional 27 field at Lebanon (more on that below).
LEBANON – Trailing by 11 points midway through the third quarter, the Brebeuf Jesuit boys basketball team needed to make something happen quickly to keep its season alive.
A jumper from its star player, senior guard Billy Smith, ended up being just the spark it needed to get going. Smith’s 12-foot jumper was the start of an incredible 26-4 Brebeuf run to close out the game as it rebounded for a 44-33 win against Lebanon on Friday night in the semifinals of [Class 3A Sectional 27]
He finished with a game-high 21 points on 7-of-14 shooting and grabbed six rebounds — none of which came to his coach’s surprise.
Ending the high school basketball career of future Miami OL Drew Terrill
“He’s done that all year,” Brebeuf coach Todd Howard said. “He played through contact and held their best player to nine points. He always guards the team’s best player. You don’t find that combination of an offensive and defensive player very often, which is why I think he’s an Indiana All Star.”
Season ends with 57-50 loss in regional semis. Team high 17 points, 9/10 from line.