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  • Football Sectionals announced, inside look at games

    The IHSAA Football State Tournaments Pairing Show took place Sunday night and the 320 Indiana football teams entered, now have their Sectional opponent in sights.

  • GIRLS GOLF: Shamrock rally rolls up short

    Carmel — Westfield watched Evansville North run out to a big final round lead, and then nearly drove the Huskies off the course, in a comeback flourish that ultimately fell two strokes short. Evansville North captured the 44th Annual IHSAA Girls Golf Tournament at Prairie View Golf Club, Saturday, leaving the Shamrocks alone in second place for the second consecutive year.

  • FOOTBALL: Huskies win in Lucas Oil thriller

    INDIANAPOLIS — It looked bleak for the Hamilton Heights Huskies football team on Saturday against the Twin Lakes Indians at Lucas Oil Stadium.

    
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  • BOYS BASKETBALL: Ranked Greyhounds sprint past Noblesville

    On paper, the Carmel versus Noblesville county matchup doesn’t seem all that much different. Each had around a 40 percent shooting average from the field. Each had around the same number of turnovers and overall shots.

  • GIRLS BASKETBALL: Lady Millers dominate Tigers

    The Noblesville girls basketball team evened their Hoosier Crossroads conference record at 2-2 in an 81-58 victory over Fishers Friday.

  • Guerin loses close conference battle

    The Guerin Golden Eagles faced their second conference opponent Friday. Brebeuf utilized their home court advantage in a 56-53 victory.

  • IFCA All-State awards

    Plenty of county football athletes were selected for the Indiana Football Coaches Association All-State awards. Each of the eight county schools is represented by at least one athlete.

  • Winter athletes sign posters for community

    Noblesville athletes gathered at Greek’s Pizzeria Wednesday for a public signing and some discounted pizza. Athletes were chosen by their coaches to represent their team for the 2016-17 school year.

    The Miller Backers and Indy Sport Group joined together to put on the event and create athletic posters for both the boys and girls winter sports.

  • Blackhawks win fourth straight

    The Sheridan girls team is on a roll. They moved their season record to 7-1, 4-0 HC Thursday after a 62-57 victory over Hoosier Heartland Conference (West) foe Carroll.

    The Blackhawks outscored Carroll in the first and third periods, while it was vice-versa in the second and fourth quarters.

  • Gehlhausen signs with High Point University

    Hamilton Heights senior Caitie Gehlhausen has signed a letter of intent to play golf for High Point University in High Point, North Carolina next fall. High Point University, a Division I Athletic institution, is a member of the Big South Conference.  She is the daughter of Carl and Carrie Gehlhausen.

  • WRESTLING: Huskies defeat Trojans

    ARCADIA – The Hamilton Heights wrestling team played host to their first dual meet against the Bishop Chatard Trojans Wednesday, coming away with a 54-27 victory.

  • Noblesville, Westfield youth clubs battle

    On the same day the two high school wrestling teams faced off, the Noblesville and Westfield Wrestling Clubs sent their youth teams to wrestle their cross-county foes.

  • Basketball Day in Indiana is a new event brought to Indianapolis by Fox Sports Indiana this coming Saturday. The day will feature three high school games, a Butler versus Cincinnati basketball game and the Pacers versus Portland.

    The three high school games will be a Carmel girls basketball game vs. Center Grove and two boys basketball games between Lapel and New Castle as well as North Central and New Albany.

  • NEW CASTLE – The Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame announced their 56th men’s induction class yesterday, including three members of state championship teams, two members of NCAA national champion teams, four with noted coaching careers, multiple NCAA All-Americans, a basketball historian, a coach/astronomer and two players joining elite company in first year eligibility induction.

  • WRESTLING: Rocks down Millers

    The Westfield Rocks started strong in their Hoosier Crossroads Conference match against Noblesville Tuesday. Despite a 21-0 lead after the first four weights, the match still came down to the last two on the mat – Rock Brody Martin and Miller Ashton Mills in the 182 weight class.

  • WESTFIELD - With nearly 30 events under its belt and more than 20,000 visitors since it opened in July, Grand Park Events Center is celebrating a successful inaugural year, with more growth on the horizon for 2017.

  • The Boys and Girls Club will be playing host to the Leland Brown Jr. 3v3 basketball tournament on Dec. 17 with proceeds going to the Leland Brown Jr. basketball scholarship fund.

  • Basketball Day in Indiana is a new event brought to Indianapolis by Fox Sports Indiana this coming Saturday. The day will feature three high school games, a Butler versus Cincinnati basketball game and the Pacers versus Portland.

    The three high school games will be a Carmel girls basketball game vs. Center Grove and two boys basketball games between Lapel and New Castle as well as North Central and New Albany.

  • The Noblesville Athletic Club will be starting a 10-week weight loss program in January called ‘LOSE IT!’

    This is the first year the NAC is putting on the program and NAC marketer Kelsey Schwarz said goals for the program is to educate and motivate.

  • Golf, Ill. – Strong support from Indiana golf fans, Crooked Stick Golf Club and BMW helped the 2016 BMW Championship raise $2.8 million for the event’s sole charity, the Evans Scholars Foundation.
  • The Noblesville Athletic Club will be starting a 10-week weight loos program in January called ‘LOSE IT!’ Free memberships will be given to participants who lose the largest percentage of weight between Jan. 9 and March 19.
  • Lightning Bolts strike victory

    Eight weeks and 12 games is how long it’s been for one Boys& Girls Club kindergarten through third grade volleyball team since the beginning of the season. Despite a second-place spot for most of the eight weeks, the Lightning Bolts rallied to victory in the K-3 volleyball championships Thursday.

  • WESTFIELD, IN— Grand Park is gearing up to host the best men’s collegiate soccer players in the nation, serving as host for the Big Ten Men’s Soccer Tournaments for this weekend.

  • Conner basketball courts to close next week

    In preparation of the Boys & Girls Club of Noblesville’s future construction project, the City of Noblesville has ended its lease for the space used to host the Conner Basketball Courts. The Noblesville Parks Department will begin removing the rims and backboards at Conner Courts on Nov. 8 and 9 in preparation for the entire goals and courts to be removed.

  • William Knox appointed Director of Grand Park

    WESTFIELD—The City of Westfield is pleased to announce that William Knox has been appointed Director of Grand Park. He brings a strong background in sports business, administration and marketing to the position.

  • Big Ten Conference selects Grand Park as site of men’s soccer tournament

    WESTFIELD — Grand Park is gearing up to host the best men’s collegiate soccer players in the nation, serving as host for the Big Ten Men’s Soccer Tournaments for the 2016 and 2017 seasons.

  • University’s Hill helps San Francisco Giants scout team to win national championship

    Ft. Myers, FL. – The 17u San Francisco Giants Scout Team, coached by Kevin Christman, the San Francisco Giants Indiana area scout, walked off in the bottom of the 9th inning to win the Perfect Game WWBA Underclass World Championship last week.

  • CHARLESTON, S.C. - US Club Soccer is returning its 2017 national championship events - 2017 NPL Finals and National Cup XVI Finals - to Grand Park in Westfield.

  • NHS Cheerleaders earn top awards

    The Noblesville High School varsity and junior varsity cheerleading squads both took first place – and the varsity earned Grand Champion honors at a competition at Purdue University’s Mackey Arena, earlier this month.

  • Beginning in November, indoor leagues are being offered for ages 8 Under to Adult with options to play both full and small-sided play, futsal and more at the events center in Grand Park, where Indiana Soccer recently established its headquarters.


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