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  • Westfield wins Warsaw Invite

    WARSAW--Top-ranked Westfield carded a 298 (+14) and won the Warsaw Golf Invitational at Stonehenge Golf Club on Saturday.

    The No. 4-ranked Carmel Greyhounds lost a fifth score tie breaker and finished third out of 15 teams.

    Carmel and Homestead both shot 308 (+24), but Homestead’s fifth score was one shot better. Fifth-ranked Hamilton Southeastern was at +28 and Noblesville at +34.  

    The Shamrocks were pretty competitive amongst themselves as well.

  • Welcome to the Hall of Fame

    The Times’ own sports editor Mark Morrow on Sunday has been inducted into the Indiana Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association Hall of Fame.

    Morrow has spent 52 years in Indiana media, currently working as executive sports editor and columnist for The Times in Noblesville.
    He is among five journalists including Bob Jenkins of Carmel who have made their mark in Indiana and nationally and will be honored with a plaque on display at the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame in New Castle. Three other members of the sports media, including Bob “Slick Leonard” of Carmel and Bob Kravitz of Fishers, will also be honored with awards.

  • Golden Eagles soar through semistate

    Golden Eagles soar through semistate

     

    
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  • In its first conference test of the season, the Fishers Lady Tigers volleyball team traveled to Zionsville to take on the Eagles 
  • Football frenzy: Friday Night Lights
    Hey, high school football fans. Ready for more Friday Night Lights?

    Then read on, for the skinny on tonight's games featuring teams from six of the seven county public schools. 
  • It only took four minutes for the Raiders of Harrison to score against the Golden Eagles of Guerin Catholic. However, after giving up the goal the Golden Eagles seemingly calmed down and played equal with the Raiders through the end of the first half. 
  • Husky tennis outplays Eastern
    The Hamilton Heights boys' tennis team fought hard for a tight 3-2 victory at Eastern Wednesday night.
    Friday, August 28, 2015 
  • The Royals defeated Fishers 3-2 to retain the Mudsock trophy for the eighth consecutive year. 
  • The varsity team beat No. 10 Zionsville 3-0 in front of a rowdy student section Wednesday night. 
  • Lady Millers defeat North Central by 40 strokes
    Paced by Peyton Gigante, the Noblesville Millers girls' golf team dismantled the North Central Panthers. The Millers, in impressive fashion, won the match by nearly 40 strokes with a 169-206 victory at Harbour Trees Golf Club on Wednesday night.

    Gigante, who outpaced the rest of the field by four strokes, ended her night with a 39. Brooke Gigante and Sarah Hayes followed her lead by both tallying a 43 on the night. Melissa Barker was right behind them with a score of 44. 
  • Read on to find out more. 
  • The Lady Tigers barley lost to their biggest competition - the HSE Lady Royals - in annual girls' varsity golf Mudsock match-up Monday afternoon. 
  • Royals beat two teams on tough course
    The Royals of Hamilton Southeastern came out on top after an annual three-way girls' varsity golf matchup between the school, Noblesville High School and Western High School.

    All three schools' scores were in the relatively same area. HSE girls shot a 171 while Western came in second with a 181. 
  • Shamrocks' tennis team loses close match to Avon
    The Westfield boys tennis team lost a close match against Avon Monday evening. 
  • Pippin,Clardy lead Shamrocks
    Two goals apiece from senior Gus Pippin and junior KJ Clardy led the Westfield boys soccer team past Pendleton Heights on Tuesday night in a 4-1 victory. The win moves the Shamrocks to 2-1 on the season. 
  • 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.

     
  • Sunday was one of those days that remind me why I love this business. It was the 20th annual Indiana Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Our Noblesville Times Executive Sports Editor Mark Morrow was being inducted and was kind enough to allow me to tag along and watch.

    What a day.

    At just a candle or two away from 60, I was still among the youngsters in the room. That was OK with me. I felt like a kid in a candy store. The room was full of who’s who in Indiana sports media. Starting with our own Mark, the guys I grew up reading, listening to and admiring were everywhere. Dick Mittman was one of Mark’s former co-workers from Indianapolis News and Star days. Another former Star guy, Bob Kravitz, was there. Tom Kubat, one of the best writers from the old Lafayette Journal & Courier spoke. So did Bob Jenkins, the voice of the Indianapolis 500, basketball legend Bobby “Slick” Leonard, IU broadcaster Don Fischer, WFNI program director Greg Rakestraw, legendary Bloomington sports editor Bob Hammel, ESPN’s Jason Whitlock and more.

    They spoke. I listened. It was great.

     
  • The Times’ own sports editor Mark Morrow on Sunday has been inducted into the Indiana Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association Hall of Fame.

    Morrow has spent 52 years in Indiana media, currently working as executive sports editor and columnist for The Times in Noblesville.
    He is among five journalists including Bob Jenkins of Carmel who have made their mark in Indiana and nationally and will be honored with a plaque on display at the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame in New Castle. Three other members of the sports media, including Bob “Slick Leonard” of Carmel and Bob Kravitz of Fishers, will also be honored with awards.

     
  • Guerin Catholic coach Pete Smith has been building the schedule for the Golden Eagles the past few years.

    Mission Complete.

    The schedule this season has been a difficult one. But certainly one that has helped the Golden Eagles to continue to get better.

    They’ve played 11 ranked Class 4A schools.

    They lost to Lawrence North twice in close games, one of which was in overtime; Crown Point, Tech, and Pendleton Heights (also in OT).

    Other 4A schools they defeated were Lafayette Jeff, Fort Wayne South, Indpls. Northwest, New Castle, Terre Haute South, and Anderson.

    The Golden Eagles also lost to a strong Class 2A ranked team in Indpls. Scecina Memorial, too.

    Three of Guerin’s games were overtimes this season. Three of their losses were by a total of 10 points and four by 17 points.

    So, yeah, a difficult schedule by a pretty competitive team.

     
  • The business of coaching

    When it comes to business, Ed Collins is all business.

    When it comes to softball, he’s also all business.

    So it should come as no surprise that the second-year Guerin Catholic coach expects nothing less from his 16-player roster.

     

     

     
  • Eight Hamilton County basketball players have been selected among 100 senior boys on Hoosier Basketball Magazine's Top 100 list.

    They are: Ryan Cline and Keegan Culp, Carmel; Tyler Diehl, University; Chris Ford, Hamilton Southeastern; Matt Holba, Guerin Catholic; Keegan Kollmeyer, Fishers; Jake Mills, Noblesville; and Grant Weatherford, Hamilton Heights.

     

    The final list of 60 seniors will be invited to Hoosier Basketball Magazine¹s 27th annual Top 60 Senior Boys¹ Workout on Sunday, April 12, on campus of Marian University in Indianapolis.


    Eight Hamilton County basketball players have been selected among 100 senior boys on Hoosier Basketball Magazine's Top 100 list.

    They are: Ryan Cline and Keegan Culp, Carmel; Tyler Diehl, University; Chris Ford, Hamilton Southeastern; Matt Holba, Guerin Catholic; Keegan Kollmeyer, Fishers; Jake Mills, Noblesville; and Grant Weatherford, Hamilton Heights.

     

    The final list of 60 seniors will be invited to Hoosier Basketball Magazine¹s 27th annual Top 60 Senior Boys¹ Workout on Sunday, April 12, on campus of Marian University in Indianapolis.
      

    Eight Hamilton County basketball players have been selected among 100 senior boys on Hoosier Basketball Magazine's Top 100 list.

    They are: Ryan Cline and Keegan Culp, Carmel; Tyler Diehl, University; Chris Ford, Hamilton Southeastern; Matt Holba, Guerin Catholic; Keegan Kollmeyer, Fishers; Jake Mills, Noblesville; and Grant Weatherford, Hamilton Heights.

     

    The final list of 60 seniors will be invited to Hoosier Basketball Magazine¹s 27th annual Top 60 Senior Boys¹ Workout on Sunday, April 12, on campus of Marian University in Indianapolis.
      

     
  • Carmel's Cline named IBCA Player of the Week
    A total of six boys and three girls were recognized as Indiana Basketball Coaches Association Players of the Week.

    Among the nine winners for the week of Feb. 16-21 was Carmel senior Ryan Cline, who has signed to continue his basketball career at Purdue University.

    Cline's Class 4A Greyhounds are ranked second in the latest Associated Press polls and are riding a six-game winning streak with their regular-season finale set for Friday night at home against 3A Brebeuf Jesuit at 7:30 p.m. 
  • Guerin Catholic's Holba named IBCA Player of the Week
    Guerin Catholic senior standout Matt Holba was named as one of six student-athletes to collect accolades this week in the IBCA/Subway Player of the Week program.

    Holba, Joe Fine of Fairfield and Myles Ervin of Floyd Central each produced 30-plus points en route to garnering boys' accolades for the week of Feb. 9-14.

    Over the same span, Emma Wolfe of Fort Wayne Bishop Luers, Sydney Shelton of Mt. Vernon (Fortville) and Jackie Young of Princeton delivered multiple big games to grab the girls' laurels in the awards program overseen by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association. 
  • Hoosier Basketball Magazine recently announced its Top 100 senior high school girls' basketball players for 2014-15.

    Among the state's best as compiled by Garry H. Donna, the publisher for Hoosier Basketball Magazine, eight Hamilton County senior standouts were named.

    Noblesville, Carmel and Fishers each had two student-athletes selected. Hamilton Heights and Hamilton Southeastern had one apiece.

     
  • Hamilton Southeastern sophomore Zach Gunn was nominated for District 2 Player of the Week by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association.

    The 6-foot-6 forward was named a District 2 nominee this week with the likes of other Central Indiana standouts such as Roncalli's Jimmy King, Lawrence North's Pat Bacon and Indianapolis Arsenal Tech's C.J. Walker.

    Gunn, who has garnered interest from Indiana and Butler, put together a solid week with his best game coming against Mount Vernon (Fortville) last Saturday.

     
  • Noblesville's Compton signs with Western Illinois
    Noblesville senior Alyson Compton hit it out of the park and solidified her collegiate playing career by signing with Western Illinois University.

    The sensational softball standout is a three-year starter and varsity letter award winner. The Millers finished last season with a record of 14-11 before falling to Fishers in the first round of sectionals. The Millers were also 4-4 in Hoosier Crossroads Conference play.

     

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