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  • Spartans spear Eagles

    Senior Sydney Geis finished with 13 points to lead Guerin, who was unable to hold onto an early advantage.

  • Brownsburg holds off Fishers

    The Fishers Lady Tigers lost a back-and-forth affair against the Brownsburg Bulldogs by a score of 45-39 Saturday. 

  • Heights girls wrap up undefeated regular season

    Junior Rachel Sanqunettti finished her second regular season undefeated in her individual events. She placed first in the both the 200 free and 100 backstroke.

  • Royals roll Indians
    Five Hamilton Southeastern players finished in double-figures in route to the Royals 76-60 win over the Anderson Indians.
  • Gnamkey's 31 not enough in Sheridan loss

    Despite a 31-point effort from Ange Gnamkey, Sheridan lost Saturday's away non-conference game against Elwood 71-61.

  • Shamrocks escape with win over Bronchos
    The Westfield Shamrocks traveled to Lafayette Jefferson and came away with a victory 42-40.
  • Eagles fly high in Indy

    The first State Fairgrounds Showcase was a memorable trip to Indianapolis for the Guerin Catholic Golden Eagles.

  • Huskies shoot down Stars

    A freshman’s career night paved the road for Hamilton Heights 62-48 win over Western Boone.

  • Unlikely hero emerges to beat Millers

    Sometimes a guy just gets hot and wrecks a game. On Saturday night at The Mill, this guy was an unlikely one – Fort Wayne Northrop senior guard Jalen Royal.

  • Southeastern wins at Westfield

    Hamilton Southeastern didn’t let an early Westfield run faze them on its way to a 43-34 road win Saturday. The Lady Royals fell behind by five to start the game, but answered the Shamrocks’ run with 12 unanswered points.

  • Huskies handle Devils
    Hamilton Heights freshman Chloee Thomas dove for a loose ball midway through the fourth quarter, grabbed it and found an open teammate cutting to the basket for an uncontested layup against Hoosier Conference rival Tipton. The bucket gave the Huskies a 46-point lead - the outcome had long been decided. 
  • Gymnastics swings into season

    The Noblesville Lady Millers gymnastics team flipped past Roncalli and Scecina high schools Thursday night to start their season on the right foot. 
    “I am very proud of our competition … as we still have lot's to improve,” said head coach Jody Ramey. “We have a very strong team this year and … I am looking forward to what this season has to offer.”

  • Golden Eagle tweets Chicago commitment
    "The process was tiring and distracting, but it’s nice to be wanted by schools that I found interesting,” Munson said. “I heard from several schools … and I was impressed with the (Chicago) coaching staff, and I got along well with the athletes and other students I met on campus.”
  • Area football coach nominated for NFL award

    The NFL announced earlier this month the list of 32 high school football coaches - one for each team in the league - who were nominated for the Don Shula NFL High School Coach of the Year Award. The award is named after the winningest football coach in NFL history, but the criteria doesn’t focus on what a coach does on the field, said Colts’ nominee and former Ben Davis head coach Mike Kirschner.

    Another week - another tough decision. In girls basketball alone, Hamilton Heights’Kayla Kirtley eclipsed 1,000 career points in a win over Western on Tuesday, and Sheridan’s Audrey Reed dropped 37 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in an overtime loss at Kokomo. But no one had a more consistent week than Carmel’s Amy Dilk. 
  • The 2018 Cincinnati Reds Caravan kicks off Thursday, Jan. 25 from the Reds Hall of Fame & Museum and will travel more than 3,800 miles with stops in five states over four days. 
  • GAME OF THE WEEK: University vs. Lebanon

    For the second week in a row, a University basketball team competed in our “Game of the Week.” This time, however, it’s the Lady Trailblazers.

  • OUT IN THE OPEN: Ice Safety Should Be Priority For Anglers
    With winter in full-swing, we cabin-crazed Hoosier anglers are making a beeline to the nearest frozen pond in hopes of landing something- carp, turtle, old tire, anything - to stave off the winter blues. However, there is a major danger lurking we always disregard: thin ice.
  • Changes coming to high school golf, says IHSAA

    Golf leaders in Indiana are convinced that pace of playat the junior golf level needs to improve for the future of the game.  

  • Former Noblesville football assistant lands at HSE

    HSE announced this week that Adam Morris has been officially named the Royals coach. “We are extremely excited to have Adam as our next head football coach,” said HSE athletic director Jim Self. 

  • Heights holding appreciation night
    Hamilton Heights is having a military, veteran, police, fire, or rescue personnel appreciation night this Friday.
  • THE GRIND: Conference Time
    The Millers wrestling team is back at it Saturday at 9 a.m. at Brownsburg High School for the Hoosier Crossroads Conference Tournament. This is one of the toughest conferences in the state - if not the toughest.
  • Golden Eagles set for Fairgrounds Showcase

    The Guerin Catholic boys basketball team is scheduled to compete in the first State Fairgrounds Showcase on Saturday.

  • Shamrock makes college commitment

    Westfield senior Parker Kalis has committed to playing tennis at Indiana Wesleyan. 

  • McDonald’s unveiled Wednesday the list of high school seniors nominated for the chance to play in the 41st annual McDonald’s All American Games - and a Miller has a shot. 

  • Methodist Sports Medicine announced Monday that orthopedic surgeon Dr. Mark Ritter has officially accepted the role as Medical Director of the Grand Park Events Center. 
  • COACH'S CORNER: Brandon Lafferman
    Coach’s Corner is a weekly ‘Q’ and ‘A’ featuring the coaches of Hamilton County high schools. This week’s volunteer is University’s varsity boys basketball head coach Brandon Lafferman.

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