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  • Football Sectionals announced, inside look at games

    The IHSAA Football State Tournaments Pairing Show took place Sunday night and the 320 Indiana football teams entered, now have their Sectional opponent in sights.

  • VOLLEYBALL: Rocks silence Heights rally

    The Westfield volleyball team defeated county-rival Hamilton Heights in four sets Tuesday. After a Husky rally in the second set, the Rocks pulled out the 3-1 win: 25-17, 18-25, 25-18, 25-18.

  • BOYS SOCCER: Huskies blow past Anderson

    ARCADIA – The Hamilton Heights boys soccer team played their first Sectional 46 round Monday against Anderson Preparatory, sealing their second round advancement with an 8-0 shutout.

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  • FOOTBALL: It’s sectional time

    There are a few unique things about Friday’s Class 6A Sectional 4 Noblesville versus Fishers football game.

  • As a 5A team, the Westfield football team has more than held their own despite a predominantly Class 6A schedule.

  • VOLLEYBALL: Rocks fall in Regional final

    WESTFIELD – The Regional 4 final was a classic volleyball matchup between No. 10 Zionsville and No. 19 Westfield. A kill here and a missed serve there drove the battle forward as Zionsville came away with the championship in four sets; 25-20, 25-21, 21-25, 25-22.

  • FISHERS – The Class 2A No. 19 Westfield girls volleyball team swept Carmel Saturday night to become Sectional 8 champions. The Shamrocks were unrelenting in the first set, gaining and maintaining a lead throughout the match.

  • VOLLEYBALL: Rocks use slow, steady play to overpower Millers in sectionals

    FISHERS – The No. 19 Westfield Rocks displayed a tremendous ability to stay calm under pressure in their Sectional 8 semi-final against Noblesville Saturday. And Noblesville was certainly putting pressure on them every point. In the end, the Rocks prevailed, winning in three, 25-18, 25-19, 27-25.

  • GIRLS SOCCER: Penn outlasts Noblesville to advance to State

    WARSAW – The playoff run may have come to an end but many fans watching the Noblesville girls soccer team would have never thought they would still be watching them in late October. The run came to an end after a 1-0 loss to Penn Saturday.

  • SHELBYVILLE – The Hamilton County cross country teams are some of the most competitive in the state. And it showed in the number of State qualifications after the Semi-State in Shelbyville at Blue River Park Saturday.

  • Sports Highlight: Greyhounds Patrick Fletchall along with Ethan McAndrews and Jay Natarajan won the IHSAA State boys tennis championship in singles and doubles.

  • FOOTBALL: Blackhawks soar past Eagles

    SHERIDAN – The Class A Sectional 45 battle between Sheridan and South Putnam wasn’t much of a battle as the Blackhawks overpowered the Eagles 49-12.

  • LIZTON – The Tri-West Hendricks Bruins dynamic aerial assault was on full display in their opening sectional game. The Bruins averaged 240 passing yards and 34 points per game during the regular season. They certainly lived up to their billing on Friday night.

  • MONTICELLO – The regular season matchup between Twin Lakes and Hamilton Heights at Lucas Oil Stadium ended with a 14-13 win for Heights. The Sectional rematch had a very different outcome.

  • Courtesy of John Harrell
  • Big Ten Conference selects Grand Park as site of men’s soccer tournament

    WESTFIELD — Grand Park is gearing up to host the best men’s collegiate soccer players in the nation, serving as host for the Big Ten Men’s Soccer Tournaments for the 2016 and 2017 seasons.

  • University’s Hill helps San Francisco Giants scout team to win national championship

    Ft. Myers, FL. – The 17u San Francisco Giants Scout Team, coached by Kevin Christman, the San Francisco Giants Indiana area scout, walked off in the bottom of the 9th inning to win the Perfect Game WWBA Underclass World Championship last week.

  • CHARLESTON, S.C. - US Club Soccer is returning its 2017 national championship events - 2017 NPL Finals and National Cup XVI Finals - to Grand Park in Westfield.

  • NHS Cheerleaders earn top awards

    The Noblesville High School varsity and junior varsity cheerleading squads both took first place – and the varsity earned Grand Champion honors at a competition at Purdue University’s Mackey Arena, earlier this month.

  • Beginning in November, indoor leagues are being offered for ages 8 Under to Adult with options to play both full and small-sided play, futsal and more at the events center in Grand Park, where Indiana Soccer recently established its headquarters.

  • WESTFIELD, IN-- MAX LAX, a Central Indiana-based lacrosse league, has selected the Grand Park Events Center as the home of its fall and winter indoor programs and also has become the Official Indoor Lacrosse Provider of the state-of-the-art indoor facility.

  • "Promoting education based athletics in Indiana"

  • WESTFIELD — Grand Park is pleased to announce that the Indiana Soccer Association (ISA) has relocated its headquarters to the Grand Park Events Center. Beginning in November, Indiana Soccer will also offer a variety of indoor soccer leagues for ages 8U through Adult with options for both full and small-sided play, Futsal and more.

  • WESTFIELD – Two renowned stars of the racetrack will be joining in on the festivities at this year’s Grand Junction Derby.

  • Courtesy of John Harrell
  • 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.

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