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  • Shamrocks lose tight one
    It was another tight one for the Westfield Shamrocks boys’ basketball team on Tuesday night. Having their last three games decided by three or fewer points, the Shamrocks played the Harrison Raiders to a one-point game this time around, but came out on the losing end 50-49 at home.
  • Millers' offense shunned by Marauders
    Three players provided all of offensive output on Saturday afternoon for the Noblesville Millers boys' basketball team as they had their lowest scoring game of the season falling 45-30 to the Mount Vernon (Fortville) Marauders.
  • Greyhounds knock off Shamrocks, take sectionals
    For the first time since 2011, the Carmel Greyhounds girls' basketball team was crowned sectional champions. They earned the right by knocking off the host Westfield Shamrocks 47-43 on Saturday night.
    
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  • The Fishers Tigers boys’ basketball team took down potential sectional opponent, the Anderson Indians, on Senior Night on Tuesday night 88-66.
  • Shamrocks lose tight one
    It was another tight one for the Westfield Shamrocks boys’ basketball team on Tuesday night. Having their last three games decided by three or fewer points, the Shamrocks played the Harrison Raiders to a one-point game this time around, but came out on the losing end 50-49 at home.
  • Golden Eagles soar past Eagles
    A combination of balanced scoring and hot first half shooting gave the Guerin Catholic Golden Eagles a 72-48 victory over the Heritage Christian Eagles at home on Monday night.
  • Not having a single lead the entire ballgame, Grant Bullard played the role of hero getting a layup at the buzzer to give the Noblesville Millers boys’ basketball team an impressive 58-56 lead over the No. 6 ranked Pike Red Devils on the road on Tuesday night.
  • Millers' offense shunned by Marauders
    Three players provided all of offensive output on Saturday afternoon for the Noblesville Millers boys' basketball team as they had their lowest scoring game of the season falling 45-30 to the Mount Vernon (Fortville) Marauders.
  • Greyhounds knock off Shamrocks, take sectionals
    For the first time since 2011, the Carmel Greyhounds girls' basketball team was crowned sectional champions. They earned the right by knocking off the host Westfield Shamrocks 47-43 on Saturday night.
  • The Sheridan Blackhawks girls' basketball team came up short in their quest to obtain back-to-back sectional titles. They fell 60-32 to the host Frankton Eagles on Saturday night.
  • A balanced offensive attack by the Sheridan Blackhawks boys' basketball team led them to a 69-46 victory over the North Miami Warriors on Saturday night.
  • Capturing their 33rd sectional championship in girls' swimming, the Carmel Greyhounds edged out the field with a team score of 586. The Noblesville Millers and Westfield Shamrocks finished second and third respectively with team scores of 429 and 345. Hamilton Heights finished fifth with a score of 158.5 and Guerin Catholic was seventh with a score of 120.5.
  • Still without one of their top performers, Esma Taylor, the Noblesville Millers took fifth place at the Lafayette Jefferson Invitational on Saturday afternoon. They had a team score of 92.40 for the afternoon.
  • In the wrestling regionals at Pendleton Heights on Saturday morning, the Noblesville Millers had two wrestlers advance to semi-state. The Hamilton Heights Huskies, who also competed in the event, managed to get four wrestlers into the next round.
  • The top three finishing team scores at the North Montgomery wrestling regionals all belonged to Hamilton County schools. The Carmel Greyhounds captured the regional title with their score of 150.5. The Hamilton Southeastern Royals and Westfield Shamrocks finished second and third respectively with scores of 103 and 102.
  • Millers add to Athletic Hall of Fame
    Noblesville High School added to its Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday night.
  • This Saturday night at the Noblesville Millers boys' varsity basketball game against Columbus North, the 2015-16 Noblesville High School Athletic Hall of Fame class will be inducted. The ceremony will take place during halftime of the varsity game. The inductees from this year's class includes athletes, coaches and teams from the 1990s. The individuals and teams inducted are listed below along with short bios.
  • The Guerin Catholic Golden Eagles wrestling team tied the school record for wins in a season with their 10th win of the season by beating the Lafayette Harrison Raiders 40-38 at home on Tuesday night.
  • The Southeastern Swim School is planning their for their spring swimming lessons. The Southeastern Swim Club is located at Hamilton Southeastern High School Natatorium.
  • The Fishers Tigers boys' and girls' swimming and diving teams finished third and second respectively at the North Central swimming invite on Wednesday.
  • Emmanuel starting 12th year of K-5 basketball, cheer
    Emmanuel United Methodist Church celebrates 12 years of offering Upward basketball and cheerleading for children in the community.

    The program at Emmanuel is open to boys and girls in kindergarten through Grade 5 at the church, 16000 Cumberland Road, Noblesville. Early registration is now open.
  • 2016 BMW Championship has priority ticket pricing through Saturday
    As the 2016 BMW Championship gears up for its return to Hamilton County's Crooked Stick Golf Club in Carmel, the Western Golf Association has launched a limited-time Priority Ticket Program that will offer patrons exclusive ticket options at the best available pricing.
  • Crooked Stick's legendary architects will reign at 2016 BMW Championship Priority ticket pricing available through Sept. 19
    World-renowned golf course architects Pete and Alice Dye will be the honorary chairpersons of the 2016 BMW Championship, as announced recently by the Western Golf Association.
  • Last days of summer at the pool
    The Forest Park Aquatic Center will close to the public after Labor Day weekend.

    Hours this weekend are 3:30 to 7:30 p.m. today, noon to 7 p.m. Saturday and Labor Day, and noon to 6 p.m. Sunday.

    The 2015 Noblesville Brewfest to benefit the pool is 3 to 7 p.m. Sept. 26 at Forest Park. Visit www.forestparkpool.org.
  • New golf tournament builds sportsmanship
    Men from two different Noblesville men's golf clubs relived their glory days in the first-ever Stony Fox Cup.

    The two-day tournament was a friendly competition between the men of Stony Creek Golf Club and Fox Prairie Golf Club.
  • With one night of Sheridan Horseshoe League team competition remaining, three teams had a shot of capturing the second round.
  • SHERIDAN - With one night of Sheridan Horseshoe League team competition remaining, three teams had a shot of capturing the second round. Asphaugh Electric and O'Reilly Auto Parts were in a dead heat with United feeds trailing by two games. One of those teams would be facing Price Heating, the first round winner for the league championship.
  • The Times is seeking freelance reporters to cover high school football games throughout the Hamilton County area on Friday nights during the fall sports season.
  • IndyCar driver Justin Wilson dies at 37
    IndyCar driver Justin Wilson died today, from injuries suffered in an IndyCar race Sunday at Pocono Raceway.

    Noblesville native Conor Daly, son of race commentator and former Formula One driver Derek Daly, said on Twitter at 9:18 p.m. about Wilson:

    "It was an absolute honor to share the track with @justin_wilson he was an incredible human being." (@conordaly22)
  • Five decorated sports journalists will be recognized with Virgil Sweet Awards at the 2015 Indiana Basketball Coaches Association annual clinic later this month.

            Virgil Sweet Awards are presented to those who have provided meritorious service in the promotion of basketball across Indiana. The award is named in honor of Sweet, the former Valparaiso High School basketball coach and former longtime executive director of the IBCA.

            This year's recipients are Tommy Schoegler of 21Alive TV in Fort Wayne, Bob Stambazze of WJOT Radio in Wabash, Mark Morrow of The Noblesville Times, Kyle Neddenriep of The Indianapolis Star and Bryce Kendrick of SEI Local Sports.

            Each will be honored during a program on April 24 at Lawrence North High School in Indianapolis. Schoegler and Stambazze are winners from District 1. Morrow and Neddenriep are recipients from District 2. Kendrick is the honoree from District 3.


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