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  • Pepiot, Shamrocks best Royal

    Westfield Shamrocks ace pitcher, Ryan Pepiot, gave them a solid outing to help the Shamrocks move past the Hamilton Southeastern Royals baseball team 4-1 on Thursday night in the first round of the Noblesville sectional.

    Pepiot went four innings before giving up his first hit to the Royals. In the game Pepiot allowed just two hits and one run over a complete game seven innings. Pepiot finished with six strikeouts in the contest to help the Shamrocks to victory.

  • Tigers hold off Panthers

    A solid combined pitching effort from the Fishers Tigers baseball team paved the way to a 2-0 victory over the North Central Panthers in the first round of the sectionals at The Dunk in Noblesville on Thursday night.

    Cameron Boyd started for the Tigers and was outstanding in his time on the mound. He went 5.2 innings on the hill for the Tigers and allowed just two hits while striking out six.

  • Mitchell signs with Huntington University
    Hamilton Heights’ senior Molly Mitchell has a letter of intent to run track for the Huntington University Foresters this fall.
    
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  • The Hamilton Heights Huskies boys’ golf team had a solid outing and picked up a 169-184 victory over the Tipton Blue Devils at Bear Slide Golf Club.
  • It took nine innings to decide a winner between the Hamilton Heights Huskies softball team and the Tipton Blue Devils on Thursday night.
  • Pepiot, Shamrocks best Royal

    Westfield Shamrocks ace pitcher, Ryan Pepiot, gave them a solid outing to help the Shamrocks move past the Hamilton Southeastern Royals baseball team 4-1 on Thursday night in the first round of the Noblesville sectional.

    Pepiot went four innings before giving up his first hit to the Royals. In the game Pepiot allowed just two hits and one run over a complete game seven innings. Pepiot finished with six strikeouts in the contest to help the Shamrocks to victory.

  •  Tigers hold off Panthers

    A solid combined pitching effort from the Fishers Tigers baseball team paved the way to a 2-0 victory over the North Central Panthers in the first round of the sectionals at The Dunk in Noblesville on Thursday night.

    Cameron Boyd started for the Tigers and was outstanding in his time on the mound. He went 5.2 innings on the hill for the Tigers and allowed just two hits while striking out six.

  • Mitchell signs with Huntington University
    Hamilton Heights’ senior Molly Mitchell has a letter of intent to run track for the Huntington University Foresters this fall.
  • Leahy signs with Buckeyes
    Westfield Shamrocks distance runner, Devon Leahy, has signed her letter of intent to run track and cross country with The Univeristy of Ohio State Buckeyes.
  • Tigers capture first softball sectional
    In a 2-0 victory over the Noblesville Millers on Wednesday night, the Fishers Tigers captured the program’s first ever softball sectional championship.
  • Kaurich signs with Wisconsin Lutheran College
    Colin Kaurich, Hamilton Heights’ seniors, has signed a letter of intent to play soccer Fr Wisconsin Lutheran College in Milwaukee, Wisconsin this fall.
  • The Noblesville Millers boys’ golf team held off the Tipton Blue Devils with a 148-157 win at Tipton Municipal Golf Course on Wednesday evening.
  • Millers power past Shamrocks
    The Noblesville Millers softball team will get a chance to defend their sectional crown after taking down the Westfield Shamrocks 9-2 on Tuesday night.
  • Guerin Catholic Golden Eagles No. 1 doubles team of Ahsley Jonathan and Reiley Harrington advanced to the regional championship on Tuesday night.
  • The Noblesville Millers girls’ lacrosse team advanced to semi-state with a 13-12 overtime victory over the Zionsville Eagles on Tuesday night.
  • Carmel native named NCAC Tennis Player of the Year
    The North Coast Athletic Conference announced that five Kenyon College Lords were included among the honorees listed on the 2016 All-NCAC men’s Tennis Team. Senior Sam Geier, a Carmel native, was selected as the conference’s Player of the Year.
  • McAree named GLVC Men’s Golf Player of the Year
    University of Indianapolis sophomore, and former Hamilton Southeastern Royal, Graham McAree was voted the Great Lakes Valley Conference Men’s Golf Player of the Year.
  • Knightstown’s Historic Hoosier Gym, Movie home of the “Hoosiers” Hickory Huskers is again the site of the Hoosiers’ Reunion All-Star Classic.
  • The Indiana High School Athletic Association announced the pairings for the 32nd annual softball state tournament, slated to begin on May 23.
  • Noblesville boys’ basketball head coach Brian McCauley and his coaching staff will hosting the Miller Basketball Camps June 6-9 and June 13-16 at Noblesville High School.
  • Westfield Youth Soccer Association begins its first recreational soccer season at Grand Park this Saturday, April 30.
  • Carmel native named NCAC Player of the Week
    For the third time in his career and the second time this season, Kenyon College senior, and Carmel native, Sam Geier earned the North Coast Athletic Conference men’s tennis Player of the Week award.
  • An elite group of the state’s 2015-16 seniors will participate in the 28th annual North/South Indiana All-Star Classic.
  • The first World Championship of Horseshoes took place in Bronson, Kansas in 1910. Sheridan has Hamilton County’s only Horseshoe League. Interested?
  • Wheaton College (Ill.) student-athletes were recognized for their achievements during the fall 2015 semester.
  • This weekend, April 15-17, Grand Park will welcome more than 290 teams from 17 states and Canada for the Crossroads of America College Men’s Showcase.
  • The city of Westfield and Grand Park are pleased to announce a new partnership with adidas America.
  • The Noblesville Millers announced the field for their 2016 Noblesville Holiday Boys’ Basketball Tournament. Five teams from last year’s tournament and three new teams will make up the teams participating.
  • Six senior boys basketball players and one coach from Hamilton County have been selected to participate in the Top 60 Hoosier Basketball Magazine workout Sunday. The six players are: Hunter Crist, Hamilton Heights; John Kiser, Noblesville; Christian Munson, Guerin Catholic; Lance Dollison and Cameron Wolter, Fishers; and Preston Flamion, Carmel. The coach is Chad Ballenger, Hamilton Heights.
  • The Guerin Catholic Golden Eagles baseball team outlasted the Perry Meridan Falcons on the road pulling out a 9-7 victory on Saturday afternoon.

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