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  • Roden leaves Millers to take HC job closer to home

    By Codey Emerson 

    codey@thetimes24-7.com

    Noblesville Schools announced today that head varsity football coach Justin Roden has accepted another position and will be relocating back to his home in the Cincinnati area. Roden shared that the decision was based on personal family needs. 

    "I want to thank Coach Roden for his service to our Noblesville High School students and to the Millers football program overall, and wish him happiness and success in his new role,” said Leah Wooldridge, Noblesville High School athletic director. 

    Roden has been head varsity football coach for the Noblesville Millers since 2018 and is also a wellness teacher at the high school. 
    Noblesville will begin the process of identifying a replacement for him immediately and will announce their selection at a later date. 

    Roden during his two seasons as the Millers head coach compiled a 5-15 record. 

    He will now take over the head coaching position at Oak Hills High School in Cincinatti, OH. 

  • With Week-1 of the girls basketball season in the books, four ladies have been cited as the first IBCA/Subway Player of the Week recipients for the 2019-2020 campaign.

    North Judson-San Pierre Junior Lilliann Frasure, Northwestern Senior Madison Layden, Noblesville Freshman Ashlynn Shade, and Heritage Hills Junior Rebekah Gordon have been selected as honorees for Nov. 4-Nov. 9 in the recognition program coordinated by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association. Frasure is the recipient for District-1. Layden and Shade are co-winners for District-2. Gordon is the honoree for District-3.

  • FISHERS - The Lady Royals started off the season with a great win against a tough Ben Davis team.

    The Lady Royals continue to find ways to win games. In a game that points were slim, the Lady Royals fought hard on the defensive end to pull out their first victory of the season. The Lady Royals led most of the game; however, Ben Davis took the lead late. A couple tough defensive stands turned into offensive points and the Royals were back on top. In a game that came down to a few possessions in the final minutes, the Lady Royals were able to withstand the defensive pressure Ben Davis brought.

    Leading Scorers for the Lady Royals were Senior Sydney Parrish with 33 and Jackie Maulucci with 13. Leading rebounders were Parrish with nine and Bailee Poore with seven. 

    The win for the defending class 4A champs gets their season started off with a record of 1-0. The Lady Royals will be back in action on Saturday as they host the Southeastern Shootout. The team will first play Center Grove at 10 a.m.

  • The Noblesville Millers opened up sectional play on Friday night with a tough opponent in the Homestead Trojans who came into the game ranked No. 11 in the state. 

    The Millers however did not back down from the challenge and played their best game of the season as they hung in wiht the Trojans all game long. 
    If not for a touchdown on the last play of regulation, the Millers would have advanced and pulled off the stunning upset. 

    However both teams headed into overtime tied at 21 and Homestead was able to kick a game-winning field goal to survive and end the Millers season in heartbreaking fashion as they won by a final score of 24-21. 

  • WESTFIELD - The Fishers Tigers traveled to Westfield for the opening round of the IHSAA Sectional 4. 

    The last time these two teams met back on Oct. 11 which saw the Tigers come away with a 19-14 win. 

    This time around the Rocks got their revenge as they dominated the Tigers and ran away with a 42--14 victory. 

  • FISHERS - The Carmel Greyhounds and Hamilton Southeastern Royals met up on Friday night in the opening round of the Class 6A Sectional 4, with the winner advancing to the sectional championship game next week. 

    The Greyhounds who are looking for the chance to go back to the state title game got their post-season started off right as they were able to come away with a 28-14 win over the Royals. 

  • The Guerin Catholic Golden Eagles came into Friday night’s game as they hosted the West Lafayette Red Devils and thier high powered offense in the second round of the Class 3A Sectinoal 28 tournament. 

    The Golden Eagles were able to hold their own against the Red Devils all night long as both teams traded the lead and were tied for most of the night. 

    As in most close games, it usually seems whichever team gets the ball last will win. 

    That proved to be true as the Red Devils were able to kick what would be the game winning field goal with 1:38 left in the game as they defeated the Golden Eagles by a final score of 34-31. 

  • The Indiana Members Credit Union is now taking votes for their “athlete of the month”. 

    Every single athlete listed is from attends a Hamilton County school. 

    To cast your vote you can visit  https://vnnsports.net/indiana-members-credit-union-athlete-of-the-month/. 

    Listed below are information about each athlete and a quote from their head coach. 

  • Noblesville Boys head soccer coach Ken Dollaske was honored by the Indiana Soccer Coaches Association as he was nmaed Big School (> 1,000 students) coach of the year by the ISCA. Dollaske also was recognized as the overall Coach of the Year for District two. 

    This season Dollaske guided the Millers to an overall record of 16-2-2. The Millers also claimed the sectional and regional titles. 

    The Miller boys team now will compete in the semi-state championship game on Saturday at Kokomo High School as the Millers take on Lake Central for a chance to advance to the state championship. 

     
  • Can you feel it in the air? 

    You can almost taste it. No, it’s not pumpkin spice, everything nice . . .  it’s tournament football!

    The IHSAA playoffs get under way at several sites with sectionals on Friday night.

    So are you ready for high school football when it really counts?

    The one-and-done format will be a heart-breaker for many schools. But it is what it is: Lose and you can start thinking about 2020; win and those advancing still have another shot at a title.

  • Greyhounds Boys Tennis wins fourth straight state title
    The boys tennis team defeated North Central 3-2 to capture the program’s 12th state championship and fourth in a row! The team completed a perfect 24-0 season and continued their unbeaten dual match streak to 83 during the season. 
  • Royals defeat rival Tigers to claim Sectional title

    The Lady Royals were able to win a pair of matches on Saturday to capture the Class 4A Sectional 8 championship. 

    In the first match The Lady Royals defeated Zionsville 25-12, 25-23, 25-15 to advance to the sectional final. The Royals were led by Delaney Garner with 16 kills and Abby Weber with 12 kills., ten digs and two aces. Defensively, Carly Mills had 20 digs and two aces. Kyla Berg added ten digs and two aces. Lillian Leiner collected 11 digs of her own.

  • Millers Boys and Girls soccer captures Regional titles

    What a Saturday it was for the Miller soccer program. Both teams were able to take home the Regional title as the boys team defeated Carroll 2-1 while the girls shutout McCutcheon 5-0. 

    The day started for both teams by playing in their respective regional semi-final matches as the girls defeated Carroll 1-0. 
    The Boys were victorious in their matchup against Harrison also by a 1-0 final score. 

  • FRANKLIN - The Lady Royals finished HCC play with a perfect 7-0 record defeating Franklin Central 25-16, 25-13, 25-13 on Thursday night. 

    The Royals were led by Abby Weber with five aces 15 digs and five kills. Delaney Garner added 12 kills and Grace Hunter had eight kills. Carly Mills led the team defensively with 17 digs and Kyla Berg added 11 digs.