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  • Shamrocks fall to Tigers
    The Westfield Shamrocks girls’ tennis team fell on Wednesday night 4-1 to conference-foe the Fishers Tigers.
  • Huskies drop close one to Bulldogs
    The Hamilton Heights Huskies boys’ golf team dropped a close one on Wednesday night to the Lapel Bulldogs 165-169 at Edgewood Golf Course.
  • Millers get past Tigers
    Four days before the Hoosier Crossroads Conference tournament this Saturday, the Noblesville Millers and Fishers Tigers girls’ tennis teams got a glimpse of each other. The Millers came away with the 3-2 victory over the Tigers.
    
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  • The Carmel Greyhounds girls’ tennis remained a perfect 7-0 on the year with a 5-0 victory over the Park Tudor Panthers on Wednesday night.
  • The Guerin Catholic Golden Eagles softball team dug an early 4-1 hole that they couldn’t climb out of in an 8-6 loss to the Covenant Christian Warriors on Wednesday night.
  • The Fishers Tigers softball team battled the Bishop Chatard Trojans and came away with a 7-6 victory on Wednesday night.
  • It was a nail-biter, but the Hamilton Heights Huskies girls’ tennis team pulled off a 3-2 victory over the Lew Cass Kings on Wednesday night.
  • The Carmel Greyhounds softball team held off the Lawrence Central Bears 6-3 on Wednesday night.
  • Shamrocks fall to Tigers
    The Westfield Shamrocks girls’ tennis team fell on Wednesday night 4-1 to conference-foe the Fishers Tigers.
  • Huskies drop close one to Bulldogs
    The Hamilton Heights Huskies boys’ golf team dropped a close one on Wednesday night to the Lapel Bulldogs 165-169 at Edgewood Golf Course.
  • The Sheridan Blackhawks couldn’t slow down the Delphi Community Oracles on Wednesday night and suffered a 14-4 defeat.
  • The Guerin Catholic Golden Eagles girls’ tennis team dropped a close one on Wednesday night to the Lawrence Central Bears 3-2.
  • The University Trailblazers softball team suffered a big defeat at the hands of the Liberty Christian Lions on Tuesday night taking a 19-1 loss.
  • It took eight innings to get it done, but the Carmel Greyhounds baseball team took down the Lawrence Central Bears on Tuesday night 6-4 to pick up their fourth consecutive win.
  • The Fishers Tigers boys’ golf team proved to be way too much for the Greenfield Central Cougars winning 158-203 at Hawk’s Trail Golf Course.
  • Westfield Youth Soccer Association begins its first recreational soccer season at Grand Park this Saturday, April 30.
  • Carmel native named NCAC Player of the Week
    For the third time in his career and the second time this season, Kenyon College senior, and Carmel native, Sam Geier earned the North Coast Athletic Conference men’s tennis Player of the Week award.
  • An elite group of the state’s 2015-16 seniors will participate in the 28th annual North/South Indiana All-Star Classic.
  • The first World Championship of Horseshoes took place in Bronson, Kansas in 1910. Sheridan has Hamilton County’s only Horseshoe League. Interested?
  • Wheaton College (Ill.) student-athletes were recognized for their achievements during the fall 2015 semester.
  • This weekend, April 15-17, Grand Park will welcome more than 290 teams from 17 states and Canada for the Crossroads of America College Men’s Showcase.
  • The city of Westfield and Grand Park are pleased to announce a new partnership with adidas America.
  • The Noblesville Millers announced the field for their 2016 Noblesville Holiday Boys’ Basketball Tournament. Five teams from last year’s tournament and three new teams will make up the teams participating.
  • Six senior boys basketball players and one coach from Hamilton County have been selected to participate in the Top 60 Hoosier Basketball Magazine workout Sunday. The six players are: Hunter Crist, Hamilton Heights; John Kiser, Noblesville; Christian Munson, Guerin Catholic; Lance Dollison and Cameron Wolter, Fishers; and Preston Flamion, Carmel. The coach is Chad Ballenger, Hamilton Heights.
  • The Guerin Catholic Golden Eagles baseball team outlasted the Perry Meridan Falcons on the road pulling out a 9-7 victory on Saturday afternoon.
  • The Northern Hamilton County Chamber of Commerce's Golf Classic is set to tee off on June 20.

    The event, the Chamber's ninth annual golf outing, will be played at Fox Prairie Golf Course in Noblesville.

    Registration is $400 per team or $100 for an individual. Prizes will be awarded to the first- and second-place teams and for longest drive, longest putt and closest to the pin. In addition, there is a $10,000 prize for a hole-in-one.

  • The Milan ’54 Hoosiers Museum proudly announces the release of “Dreams of Legends” the new 24 minute official documentary of the 1954 Milan High School Boys State Championship team.
  • A former Noblesville Miller, Tyler Green, picked up an accolade for the UW-Eau Claire hockey team. The Goaltender was named ACHA Men's First Team All-American for Division III.
  • Wizards entertain the masses
    Regardless of what the scoreboard read on Wednesday night, the real winner was the community of Noblesville. In front of a packed house at The Mill, the Harlem Wizards dunked, dazzled and entertained to raise money for the Noblesville Schools Education Foundation, which provides classroom grants for schools throughout the school district as well as scholarships for students planning to pursue a degree in education.
  • Millers add to Athletic Hall of Fame
    Noblesville High School added to its Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday night.

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