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Hamilton County Sports Daily
  • Seventy-seven Indiana high school seniors — 39 boys and 37 girls — have been chosen as first-team Academic All-State by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association it was announced Tuesday, March 19.
    In addition, 203 more boys and 179 more girls were recognized as honorable mention Academic All-State for 2019, IBCA executive director Steve Witty said.
    No Hamilton County players made the list this year, but several made honorable mention. 
    Noblesville’s Zack Johnson, Carmel’s John Michael Mulloy, Westfield’s Caleb Welch and Jaret Bailey, Guerin Catholic’s Josh Osborn, and Sheridan’s Jesse Kolb and Caleb Duke all made the boys honorable mention list.
    Hamilton County players to make the girls honorable mention list included: Noblesville’s Maddie Knight, Westfield’s Zoe Pentecost, Sheridan’s Jillian O’Flaherty, and Guerin Catholic’s Paige Bennett and Hanna Bills, Fishers’ Skylar Fulton.
  • Carmel will play Ben Davis in 4A state championship
    The Carmel Greyhounds (25-1) took on Penn High School (26-5) on Saturday in the semi-state championship game in Logansport. Carmel got themselves off to a strong start — outscoring Penn 15-3 in the opening quarter — and played well defensively on their way to a 71-42 victory.
    With the win Carmel moves on to play the Ben Davis Giants (20-7) in the 109th Annual IHSAA Boys Basketball State Finals on Saturday, March 23, at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in downtown Indianapolis.
    Carmel was led by senior John Michael-Mulloy, who managed 16 points. Peter Suder and Andrew Owens each had 15 points, Karsten Windland finished with 14, Luke Heady had 5, Robert Fry had 4, and Cole Brady rounded-out the Greyhounds scoring with 2 points of his own.
  • PHOTO: Noblesville’s Aubrey Swart to run cross country at USI
    Noblesville’s Aubrey Swart poses for a photo with her family and Noblesville Cross County coaches after announcing that she will attend the University of Southern Indiana in the fall and will run cross country for the Eagles.
    Pictured front row (left to right): Erica Swart (mother), Aubrey Swart, Brice Swart (father), Kourtney Swart (sister). Back Row (Left to Right): Bill Craig (Noblesville Girls Track & Field Assistant Coach), Dennis Scheele (Noblesville Girls Track & Field and Girls Cross Country Head Coach), Aaron Becker (Noblesville Girls Cross Country Assistant Coach).
  • The Carmel Greyhounds (24-1) took on Fort Wayne Northrup (17-9) on Saturday morning in Logansport in the first round of regional play and their 58-42 victory sent them to the regional championship game Saturday evening against the Zionsville Eagles (21-6).
    The Greyhounds came out on top 53-39 in the championship game against the Eagles and will now move on to play Penn High School in the semi-state game on Saturday, March 16.
  • The Carmel Greyhounds (22-1) took on the Hamilton Southeastern Royals (16-9) on Saturday night in the championship game of Sectional 8 play, and the Greyhounds came out on top 45-39.
    It was a fairly even game, as the six point deficit at the end was also likely the average deficient throughout. Both teams also managed to pull down 27 rebounds.
    The Greyhounds were led by John Michael-Mulloy, who managed 19 points and 7 rebounds. Michael-Mulloy also went 12 of 12 from the free-throw line just one night after he had his fair share of struggles from the stripe against Fishers. Karsten Windlan had 10 points and 7 rebounds. Andrew Owens managed 10 points as well and Pete Suder had 6 of his own.
  • Noblesville falls to HSE in round two of sectionals
    The Noblesville Millers (13-11) took on the Hamilton Southeastern Royals (16-8) in the second round of sectional play on Friday night in Carmel. The Millers just wouldn’t go away on Friday despite the fact that Hamilton Southeastern seemed to have an edge from the outset, but they were eventually defeated 47-41.
  • On Wednesday, 15 seniors and 15 underclass girls basketball players were announced to have earned IBCA/Subway ‘Supreme 15’ all-state honors for the 2018-2019 season.
    Among them was Hamilton Southeastern star Amaya Hamilton. Several other Hamilton County girls senior basketabll players also made the honorable mention list, including: Noblesville’s Mallory Johnson, Noblesville’s Maddie Knight, Carmel’s Reagan Hune, and HSE’s Malea Jackson.
    Two Hamilton County girls players also made the underclassmen’s ‘Supreme 15’ list, those girls are Hamilton Southeastern’s Sydney Parrish, and University’s Lindsey Syrek.
  • The Fishers Tigers (17-7) took on Anderson Indians (7-17) in the first round of sectional play on Tuesday, and the Tigers defeated Anderson by a score of 65-51, which means they will advance to Friday night’s quarterfinal game where they will face the reigning sectional champions — the Carmel Greyhounds — in Carmel.
    Fishers was led by junior guard Alex Szilagy, who managed 20 points and 3 steals. Junior Ju