Rocks hold on vs Mt. Vernon to remain undefeated

 The boys’ basketball team continued their winning ways Tuesday night with a five point home victory over Mt. Vernon. The Rocks never led by more than nine, but controlled the game and grinded out a tough win.

Nic DePasquale led the way with 16 points. Braden Smith added 14 and Cam Haffner chipped in ten. Saaki Vishnumolakala led the Rocks with 5 rebounds.

The win for the Rocks keeps their perfect record at 8-0. The Shamrocks are back in action on Saturday, at home, against HCC opponent Carmel.

Millers fall in close affair vs Pike

INDIANAPOLIS – The Noblesville Millers traveled to take on the Pike Red Devils on Tuesday night and fell by a final score of 41-35.

Both offenses struggled to get many points as the score was all tied up at 13-13 as both teams entered halftime. However the Red Devils were able to muster enough offense in the second half as they outscored the Millers 11-10 in the third and 17-13 in the fourth to pull away for the win.

The loss for the Millers drops their record to 5-7 (0-2 HCC) on the season. The team will return to action on Saturday as they travel to take on Muncie Central.

Trailblazer’s perfect, dominant season continues

CARMEL – The University Lady Trailblazers hosted the New Castle Trojans on Tuesday night and won in typical dominant fashion by a final score of 77-48.

The Trojans were keeping things close in the first half as the Lady Trailblazers held a 31-29 lead. However the Blazer offense caught fire in the second half and scored 46 points including a 26-8 third quarter to cruise to another win.

Senior Maddi Sears led the Blazers with 18 points. Sierra Hinds netted 16 points. The win improves their un-beaten record to 17-0 on the season. The Blazers are back in action Thursday against Yorktown.

Lady Golden Eagles hold on vs Shelbyville

The Guerin Catholic Golden Eagles hosted Shelbyville on Tuesday night and came away with a narrow 45-42 win.

The Lady Golden Eagles needed a second half comeback to secure the win as they trailed at the half 20-15. However a 20-12 third quarter quickly reversed their deficit as they were up 35-32 heading into the third quarter.

In the final quarter both teams traded baskets back and forth, but Shelbyville was never able to make a run to re-gain the lead as the Golden Eagles hung on for the win.

The win for the Golden Eagles improves their record to 5-9 on the season. They will return to action on Friday night as they travel to take on Circle City Conference opponent Bishop Chatard.

Tigers suffer first loss in OT to Bronchos

The Fishers Tigers looked to keep their undefeated record in tact on Tuesday night as they hosted the Lafayette Jeff Bronchos.

This game between two great teams needed overtime to decide a winner. The Tigers were able to storm back in the fourth quarter by outscoring the Bronchos 23-15 to force overtime. In the third, they had only scored seven points which was the reason for why they needed the comeback.

In the overtime period with both teams tied at 60, the Bronchos were able to make just enough plays to hold off the Tigers for a 68-65 final score as the Tigers suffered their first loss of the season.

Jeffery Simmons ended the game with a team-high 21 points in the loss. Justin Long ended with 12 points and Isaac Farah added in ten.

After the loss the team still holds a stellar record at 12-1 (2-0 HCC). The Tigers will be back in action on Thursday night as they host Pike.