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Hamilton County Sports Daily
  • Brandon Newman poured in 49 points to break a 37-year-old school record, and the Valparaiso High School senior is one of multiple standouts recognized in this week’s IBCA/Subway Player of the Week program.
    Two Hamilton County boys basketball players — Noblesville’s Zack Johnson and Carmel’s John Michael Mulloy — also received votes as players of the week, but fell short of Blackford sophomore Luke Brown in District 2. 
    Two Hamilton County girls basketball players —Hamilton Southeastern’s Amaya Hamilton and University’s Maddi Sears — received votes for District 2 girls players of the week, but fell short of Winchester’s Maddie Lawrence and Benton Central’s Audrey Strawsma.
  • Today the Indiana Fever, Indiana Pacers, Indy Eleven, Indy Fuel, Indianapolis Colts, Indianapolis Indians, and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway will volunteer their time in local classrooms to impact students through junior achievement programs. Junior Achievement is the world’s largest organization dedicated to giving young people the knowledge and skills they need to own their future success.
  • Noblesville’s Johnson, Heights’ Field, Carmel’s Mulloy receive nominations for IBCA/Subway Players of the Week
    Tayson Parker poured in 41 points in a showdown of standout scorers, and the Northwestern High School junior leads the recipients in this week’s IBCA/Subway Player of the Week program. Noblesville's Zack Johnson, Heights' A.J. Field, and Carmel's John Michael Mulloy all received nominations for the District 2 honnors, but fell just short of Parker.
  • Heights hosts its first all-county junior varsity wrestling tournament
    Parking was at a premium at Hamilton Heights Middle School on Saturday when the Huskies hosted their first-ever county junior varsity wrestling tournament. Both gyms saw exciting competition on the mat with all 11 middle schools from Hamilton County represented.
    “Both gymnasiums were filled with competitors, coaches, parents, families, school personnel, and coaches for what is set to be an annual tournament at the Middle School,” said Corey Kiger, Hamilton Heights Middle School Assistant Principal and Tournament Director. “We had approximately 220 wrestlers and over 400 in attendance. We received many positive comments about organizing and hosting the county’s first junior varsity wrestling tournament and our newly renovated areas.”
  • This year’s Hoosier Basketball Magazine's Top Senior Girls' high school player list includes two Lady Millers, as well as nine other players from around Hamilton County.
    Noblesville’s Mallory Johnson and Maddie Knight both made the list. Three players were selected from Carmel High School, including: Mackenzie Wood, Macy Berglund, and Reagan Hune. University High School also had three players make the list: Jenna Blakely, Brooke Andrus and Jhordan McGuire. The fourth Hamilton County school with players on the list was Hamilton Southeastern. HSE’s honorees included: Amaya Hamilton, Tayah Irvin, and Malea Jackson.
  • ROUNDUP: HSE girls win regional, Heights boys top Frankton by 30 points
    KOKOMO – After two wins in regional play, the Hamilton Southeastern girls’ basketball team captured the regional championship on Saturday and will be headed to semi-state.
    In the first matchup, the Lady Royals defeated Fort Wayne Carroll 59-34. Sydney Parrish led Hamilton Heights in scoring, finishing with 16 points, four rebounds, two steals, one assist and one block. In the championship game, the Lady Royals defeated Homestead 57-47. Parrish again led the Lady Royals in scoring, posting 27 points, seven rebounds, one assist, one steal and one block.
    Hamilton Southeastern will travel to LaPorte for the semi-state championship and will take on undefeated Crown Point at 3 p.m.
  • Eastside senior headlines players of the week; HSE, Heights players receive nominations
    Alex Yoder poured in 41 points in his only game of the week, and the Eastside High School senior leads the honorees in this week’s IBCA/Subway Player of the Week program.
    Frankton senior Kayden Key, Princeton senior Stephan Wilkerson, Crown Point freshman Jessica Carrothers, Roncalli sophomore Maddie Bischoff and Mooresville senior Elise Scaggs join Yoder as recipients for the week of Jan. 28-Feb. 2 in the recognition program coordinated by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association.
    Yoder is the boys’ winner and Carrothers is the girls’ winner for District 1. Key and Bischoff collected respective boys’ and girls’ honors for District 2. Wilkerson and Scaggs received accolades for District 3.