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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.

  • GIRLS GOLF: Shamrock rally rolls up short

    Carmel — Westfield watched Evansville North run out to a big final round lead, and then nearly drove the Huskies off the course, in a comeback flourish that ultimately fell two strokes short. Evansville North captured the 44th Annual IHSAA Girls Golf Tournament at Prairie View Golf Club, Saturday, leaving the Shamrocks alone in second place for the second consecutive year.

  • FOOTBALL: Huskies win in Lucas Oil thriller

    INDIANAPOLIS — It looked bleak for the Hamilton Heights Huskies football team on Saturday against the Twin Lakes Indians at Lucas Oil Stadium.

    
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  • BOYS BASKETBALL: Tale of two halves

    ARCADIA – The boys' basketball game between Hamilton Heights and Sheridan Saturday at Heights was a classic tale of two halves.

  • One night after a one-point victory over Frankfort, the Noblesville Millers found themselves locked up in another tight game in the fourth quarter. This time around the Millers failed to make the key plays late.

  • Noblesville inducts 7 into HOF

    Noblesville High School inducted the 2017 Class into the NHS Athletic Hall of Fame during halftime of the Logansport game.

    The inductees are from the 2000 to 2010 decade and features seven honorees.

  • Tri-West perseveres in even battle over Westfield

    The Rock, Bruin match up Saturday was an even-keeled fight from the start. The class 3A No. 12 Tri-West team only has three losses on the season and did not give up that number in a 74-69 victory over Westfield.

  • BOYS BASKETBALL: Braves edge Golden Eagles

    The Brebeuf Jesuit and Guerin Catholic boys basketball teams couldn’t be much different.

  • BOYS BASKETBALL: Brownsburg buries Westfield

    WESTFIELD – Westfield senior Ian Kristensen scored a game-high 23 points on 10-of-15 shooting, not missing a basket inside the three-point range Friday at home against Hoosier Crossroads Conference foe Brownsburg.

  • GIRLS WRESTLE: Heights’ Pugh wins 106 state

    The first ever girls wrestling state championship in Indiana took place Friday at Hamilton Heights. A total of 49 schools qualified with 86 wrestlers competing for 16 state titles.

  • Noblesville High School will be inducting the 2017 Class into the NHS Athletic Hall of Fame this Saturday night during halftime of the Logansport game.

  • Duncan boosts Millers past Hot Dogs

    Down by one with five seconds left. Miller Rico Duncan drew the foul and headed to the free throw line.

    Duncan had nine points and was 3-for-4 from the line that night. He’s been in situations like this before . . . multiple times throughout the season.

  • WRESTLE: Knotts says farewell

    There was no better way to send him off.

    Senior night . . . against Tipton . . . with eight pins . . . and lots of fans.

    Noblesville wrestling coach Tom Knotts was honored before the Noblesville versus Tipton senior night dual meet Thursday. It was his last home meet as the Noblesville wrestling coach after 19 years of coaching Miller wrestling and 26 years with Noblesville athletics.

  • OUT IN THE OPEN: Shooting Hunting and Outdoor Trades Show 2017

    Should I tell you that I'm sitting on the 28th floor looking at blue skies, palm trees, snow-capped mountains and the Las Vegas strip?

  • "Promoting education based athletics in Indiana"

    This past week a NFL general manager was asked to respond to the poor behavior of his star player, wide receiver Odell Beckham, after a tough playoff loss. Jerry Reese was quoted as saying, "He's a smart guy but sometimes he doesn't do smart things."

  • OUT IN THE OPEN: Wild news concerning endangered species

    WHAT’S WRONG WITH PEOPLE? - For the fifth time in recent years, a highly-endangered whooping crane has been shot to death in Indiana.

  • The pairings for the 42nd Annual IHSAA Girls Basketball State Finals presented by the Indiana Fever & Indiana Pacers will be announced this Sunday, Jan. 15 via television, radio and webstream.

  • Sport ‘Show Season’ rundown for 2017

    Have you gone stir-crazy yet?

  • "Promoting education based athletics in Indiana"

    School is back in session and 2017 is here. What did you learn from your sports experience during 2016? What changes will you make in the new year? What will you do the same?

  • New year, new ventures

    Grand Park has had quite a year.

    From the Trump rally to the Mayor’s Yellow Tie Ball to the Big Ten Men’s Soccer Tournament and everything in between, Grand Park has hosted more than 300 events, drawing about 750,000 visitors in 2016.

  • OUT IN THE OPEN: 2016 outdoors was a year of twists, turns

    Brushing aside the small group of social media drama queens who are proclaiming “2016 is the worst EVER!” our rapidly-fading year was like every other in human existence: full of twists and turns, tragedy and triumph, frustration and fun. The Indiana outdoors scene was no different.

  • Grand Park submits proposal for Little League Headquarters
    WESTFIELD — Grand Park and the City of Westfield have submitted an official proposal to become the new home of the Little League® Central Region Headquarters.
  • WESTFIELD - With nearly 30 events under its belt and more than 20,000 visitors since it opened in July, Grand Park Events Center is celebrating a successful inaugural year, with more growth on the horizon for 2017.

  • The Boys and Girls Club will be playing host to the Leland Brown Jr. 3v3 basketball tournament on Dec. 17 with proceeds going to the Leland Brown Jr. basketball scholarship fund.

  • Basketball Day in Indiana is a new event brought to Indianapolis by Fox Sports Indiana this coming Saturday. The day will feature three high school games, a Butler versus Cincinnati basketball game and the Pacers versus Portland.

    The three high school games will be a Carmel girls basketball game vs. Center Grove and two boys basketball games between Lapel and New Castle as well as North Central and New Albany.

  • The Noblesville Athletic Club will be starting a 10-week weight loss program in January called ‘LOSE IT!’

    This is the first year the NAC is putting on the program and NAC marketer Kelsey Schwarz said goals for the program is to educate and motivate.

  • Golf, Ill. – Strong support from Indiana golf fans, Crooked Stick Golf Club and BMW helped the 2016 BMW Championship raise $2.8 million for the event’s sole charity, the Evans Scholars Foundation.
  • The Noblesville Athletic Club will be starting a 10-week weight loos program in January called ‘LOSE IT!’ Free memberships will be given to participants who lose the largest percentage of weight between Jan. 9 and March 19.

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