INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana High School State Basketball Tournament will look slightly different next year.
The IHSAA Executive Committee voted on Thursday to change the regional round of the tournament to a single game and the semi-state round to a two-game format.
For the last 20 years, there have been two games played in the regional round and one game played in the semistate round.
Now, teams will play a one-game regional and then enter a blind draw that will set the semi-state pairings.
The changes go into effect for the 2022-23 tournament.
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