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  • FOOTBALL: Big plays propel Millers past Heights

    Noblesville fumbled a snap on a punt attempt early in the fourth quarter in its homecoming game against Hamilton Heights Friday at Hare Chevrolet Field. It was a play that looked like Heights was going to get its first break of the night, but Miller junior Chase Evans was able to scoop it up avoid two would-be Heights tacklers and deliver a 38-yard punt.

  • FOOTBALL: Blackhawks stay undefeated in conference

    SHERIDAN – The Sheridan Blackhawks took advantage of their homecoming Friday with a 21-0 win against Hoosier Heartland Conference and Class 1A opponent Tri-Central. The Hawks defense guided the shutout, only allowing 127 Tri-Central yards.

  • VOLLEYBALL: Rocks even conference record

    WESTFIELD – The Westfield Rocks volleyball team came out firing against Hoosier Crossroads Conference opponent Brownsburg Thursday. A back-and-forth match ended in a five-set victory for the Rocks.

    
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  • FOOTBALL: Big plays propel Millers past Heights

    Noblesville fumbled a snap on a punt attempt early in the fourth quarter in its homecoming game against Hamilton Heights Friday at Hare Chevrolet Field. It was a play that looked like Heights was going to get its first break of the night, but Miller junior Chase Evans was able to scoop it up avoid two would-be Heights tacklers and deliver a 38-yard punt.

  • BROWNSBURG – For the second straight week the Westfield Shamrock football team found itself a point short after the whistle sounded on the final play of the night.

  • FOOTBALL: Blackhawks stay undefeated in conference

    SHERIDAN – The Sheridan Blackhawks took advantage of their homecoming Friday with a 21-0 win against Hoosier Heartland Conference and Class 1A opponent Tri-Central. The Hawks defense guided the shutout, only allowing 127 Tri-Central yards.

  • Only two weeks ago, Guerin star senior running back Carter McGinnis laid on the turf as trainers examined his injured shoulder, his season hanging in the balance. Two weeks later McGinnis slashed through Greenwood’s defense for a 32-yard gain on the sixth play of Guerin’s opening drive.

  • Sports Highlight: Makenna Hammack and Katherine Parsley each scored two goals for Sheridan girls soccer in their 5-0 conference win over Tri-County.

  • BOYS SOCCER: Huskies knock off Panthers for first conference victory

    ARCADIA – The Hamilton Heights boys soccer team dominated the first 40 minutes of their Hoosier Conference match against Western Thursday, drawing praise from Huskies coach Derrick Dean at halftime.

  • VOLLEYBALL: Rocks even conference record

    WESTFIELD – The Westfield Rocks volleyball team came out firing against Hoosier Crossroads Conference opponent Brownsburg Thursday. A back-and-forth match ended in a five-set victory for the Rocks.

  • FOOTBALL: Millers march to homecoming

    After a week of dress-up days, powder puff games and getting ready for the semi-formal, the Noblesville football team (2-3, 2-1 Hoosier Crossroads Conference) will take the field at 7:30 p.m. instead of 7 p.m. Friday in their homecoming game against county rival Hamilton Heights.

  • Noblesville high school football head coach Jason Simmons will be serving a game suspension this Friday after he was ejected from last Friday’s game against Zionsville.

  • BOYS TENNIS: Golden Eagles sweeps Zionsville

    The Guerin Catholic boys tennis team showed their No. 5 ranked power in a 5-0 win against No. 26 Zionsville Wednesday. The team ended their regular season with a 9-3 record.

  • BOYS TENNIS: Millers hand 4-1 loss to Trailblazers

    Quick work was made of four of the five matches in the Noblesville, University boys tennis battle Wednesday. Two dubs Ryan Plummer and Jackson Nance swept their two sets 6-0, 6-0.

  • Sports Highlight: Noblesville’s Lexie Bowler had 12 kills in their upset of No. 5 Carmel.
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  • SPOKANE, Wash. – Scorebook Live, the creator of the first mobile application approved for use as an Official Scorebook in the game of basketball, announced last week that it has entered into a multi-year agreement with the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association to jointly promote and market Scorebook Live to high school teams across the state of Indiana.

  • The Sheridan Horseshoe League final night took place last week and United Feeds came out on top.

  • "Promoting education based athletics in Indiana"

  • WESTFIELD – Carol Bruggeman, executive director of the National Fastpitch Coaches Association will be the featured speaker at the third annual “College GameDay” softball event on Sunday, Sept. 18.

    The Opening Ceremonies will take place at 10:40 a.m. on Diamond 23 immediately before the Purdue vs. Indiana State game. The event features 14 collegiate softball programs.

  • BMW Championship: DJ does the double

    CARMEL – U.S. Open champion Dustin Johnson won the prestigious Playoff tournament for the second time.

  • CARMEL – Gates at Crooked Stick Golf Club will open for the 2016 BMW Championship at 7 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 9, with first round play scheduled to resume at 8 a.m. Second round play is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. with players going off in threesomes on holes Nos. 1 and 10.

  • 13-Year-Old Andie Kalemba will be throwing the first pitch on College GameDay on Sept. 18

  • WESTFIELD — This weekend, Sept. 3-4, the Indiana Fire Juniors are hosting the 3rd annual Grand Park Cup Soccer Tournament for youth soccer teams ages U9-U15. The event features 300 teams from six states: Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri and Ohio.

  • CARMEL – When patrons arrive at Crooked Stick Golf Club in Carmel, Indiana, for the 2016 BMW Championship, they will experience the drama, action and excitement of the PGA TOUR Playoffs for the FedExCup in a premier, fan-friendly environment.

  • Athletes sign posters for community

    Noblesville athletes gathered at Greek’s Pizzeria Monday for a public signing and some discounted pizza. Athletes were chosen by their coaches to represent their team for the 2016-17 school year.

  • Colts Football Tour comes to Noblesville

    The Colts Night Football Tour will be present at the Noblesville High School’s football home opener Friday.

  • Runner chosen for leadership program

    KOKOMO, Ind. — For Brooke Runyon, being one of only 13 student athletes nationwide selected for the Red Cross/NAIA Collegiate Leadership Program is about more than building her own skills and boosting her résumé.

  • Monon Trail affected by construction

    WESTFIELD – Beginning this week, contractors will commence tree clearing operations for the first phase of The Retreat on The Monon, a Pulte Group development.

  • Cicero Triathlon hits the course Sunday

    In its 33rd year, the 2016 Cicero Triathlon headlines the 3rd Annual Cicero Triathlon Weekend, which will all takes place on Sunday, Aug. 21, with a full-sprint distance course.


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