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Hamilton County Sports Daily
  • Royals sweep all county track awards

    Hamilton County once again boasted a number of excellent girls track and field teams this past spring.

    County teams occupied four of the top-10 spots in the state finals standings including state runner-up Hamilton Southeastern. Fishers finished in a tie with Zionsville for eighth place, while Noblesville and Carmel tied for tenth.

    With such a strong overall team result, it should come as no surprise that the Royals gobbled up this year’s batch of county awards.

    The Times has named two of HSE’s leading ladies, junior sprinter Camille Christopher and junior hurdler Mia Mackenzie, as our 2017 Hamilton County Track and Field Co-Athletes of the Year.

  • Carmel names new basketball coach
    Carmel high school released a statement this weekend naming former assistant coach Ryan Osborn as the new head boy’s basketball coach. He will be following Scott Heady, who recently announced his retirement.
  • Meet Coach Jake Gilbert
     How does the Rocks coach deal with pre-game pressure? He takes a nap.
  • Noblesville baseball program honors 2007 final four team

    Ask anyone about Noblesville baseball these days and one of the first words out of his or her mouth will be “2014.”

    And rightfully so. The 2014 Millers became the greatest team in Noblesville history by winning the school’s first and only state championship.

    But before the 2014 champs came along, longtime Miller fans would likely have told you about the wild ride of 2007.

  • Rain dampens State Golf Tournament
    The weather allowed Noblesville, who had a 10:33 a.m. tee time, to play only six holes by 4 p.m. 

    The Millers were joined in competition by Westfield, Carmel, and Fishers, all finishing their first nine by the end of the second delay. 
  • Bears claw victory over Millers

    INDIANAPOLIS – The Noblesville boys basketball team three-game win streak was cut short but a close Lawrence Central win Tuesday. The Bears rallied from a 40-31 deficit after the third-quarter to a 56-52 score at the buzzer.

  • Hamilton Heights senior headed to Taylor

    Ashley Roberts has signed a letter of intent to play softball at Taylor University in Upland, Indiana this fall. She is the daughter of Ed and Teresa Roberts.

  • Novak signs with Augustana

    Former Noblesville resident, Dominic Novak, signed with Augustana University to play football. The senior running back will head to Sioux Falls, South Dakota this fall after graduating from Boerne High School in Boerne, Texas.

    Novak’s grandparents still reside in Noblesville, Henry and Arla Anderson.

  • Carmel swim wins 31 in a row

    INDIANAPOLIS – Not only is it a state record, it’s a national record – and Carmel doesn’t look like they’re stopping anytime soon.

  • INDIANAPOLIS – The race was on.

  • NEW CASTLE – New Castle Fieldhouse, the largest high school gym in the country with a seating capacity of 9,325, was buzzing with spectators from 9 a.m. until nearly 7 p.m. on Saturday as 224 wrestlers competed in the IHSAA Semi-State Wrestling Tournament. Out of this group, 37 Hamilton County wrestlers entered the historic gym with hopes of advancing to the state finals. In the end, seven county wrestlers punched their tickets to the finals by winning at least their first two matches of the day.

  • Millers pull out yet another 2-point win

    The Noblesville boys basketball team likes to make it close. Their past three games have been two-point victories.

  • The Indianapolis Colts are partnering with Carmel High School and various youth sports organizations to put on the second annual Mascot versus Peewees football game on June 29 at 6:30 p.m. at the Carmel High School football stadium.
  • IBCA/IHSAA Underclass Showcase

    Ben Davis High School will host workouts on July 11, girls, and July 12, boys

     Staged by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association with support from the Indiana High School Athletic Association, the Underclass Showcase events are designed to give exposure to approximately 200 of the top basketball prospects, 100 boys and 100 girls, from across the state to colleges across the state and nation.

  • It is really an unhappy moment when you realize that they actually have paved paradise and put in a parking lot.

  • Longest game in Professional Baseball: Pawtucket Red Sox finally beat Rochester Red Wings 3-2 in 33 innings (game began 18th April)
  • Lou Gehrig hits three homeruns in a single game. 
  • June 21, 1969: John Pennel pole vaults world record (5.45 m) 

  • Seven professional wrestling matches will be held at Freedom Church this Saturday starting at 6 p.m. Ringside seats, which include the first three rows, are $20 while general admission is $15.

  • OUT IN THE OPEN: Deer rifle redux, winter morels and more

    Our friends at the state legislature may finally be getting it right.

  • WESTFIELD – Westfield’s Viper Aquatics swim club has announced it will partner with Indiana Swimming and USA Swimming to co-host the Arena Pro Swim Series meet at the IUPUI natatorium in Indianapolis from March 2-4, 2017.

  • Promoting education based athletics in Indiana"

    College basketball is getting close to tournament time, and one of the best mid-majors in the country, Illinois State, has relied on good defense while standing atop the Missouri Valley Conference, according to their coach Dan Muller.

  • Noblesville native sparks Emory

    Junior Whit Rapp has helped the Emory University men’s basketball team to a 14-4 overall record, with its 5-2 ledger in the University Athletic Association good for third place.

  • The Southeastern swim school has open registration for their spring 2017 classes. Daytime and evening lessons are offered for children ages three and older. Children must be toilet-trained or wear swim diapers in order to participate.

  • There is an old adage in stage and television that says you should never work with kids or animals. Both are unpredictable and they will also eventually do something so cute that it will upstage your performance, even if you are currently juggling sixteen flaming bowling pins while singing light opera as you perform elective surgery.

  • WESTFIELD – Westfield’s annual winter fun run returns to Grand Park Saturday, when participants race their way through the third annual Melt the Trail 5K walk/run.

  • WESTFIELD, IN — Grand Park has announced that Methodist Sports Medicine will become the official sports medicine provider for the campus, a sports destination developed by the City of Westfield that hosts major sporting events and attracted nearly two million visits last year.


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