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home : sports : local sports September 14, 2014 


County runners dominate races
Hamilton County cross country teams showed by they are among the state's elite Saturday.
Sunday, September 14, 2014
Millers finish 3rd at invite
The Lady Miller volleyball team finished third at the Noblesville Invite Saturday at Noblesville High School.
Sunday, September 14, 2014
'Rocks win own soccer invite
Westfield won the Westfield Invitational with a 3-2 championship win over 1A No. 18 Park Tudor.

A goal with 48 seconds remaining by Nate Lyon gave the 'Rocks the championship game win. The Shamrocks fell behind twice, but fought back and got the late-game winning goal.

Sunday, September 14, 2014
Millers dominant in 4-0 win
The Lady Millers got back to their winning ways Saturday by dominating Homestead 4-0.
Sunday, September 14, 2014
Millers shock 'Rocks
In a defensive struggle between two neighboring rivals and conference foes, five plays on special teams made the difference in Noblesville's 17-12 win over Westfield on a crisp Friday night at Hare Chevrolet Field.

Noblesville (3-1, 1-1 in the Hoosier Crossroads Conference) earned a five-point win by defending against Westfield's strong kicker, Nick Dowd. The Millers' Jake Owens blocked a 50-yard field goal attempt in the first quarter.

In the third quarter, a fake field goal by the Shamrocks' Dowd was snuffed out by the Miller defense. Later in the same quarter, Miller senior Zack Niezer blocked a second kick from Dowd. The block came after the Miller defense held the 'Rocks inside their own 10-yard-line. It also led to the Miller's final score.

The Millers' final special teams stop came with 4:18 left in the game after Westfield's Elvin Caldwell scored the 'Rocks lone touchdown to cut the Millers' lead to 17-12. Noblesville prevented the 2-point conversion pass, keeping Westfield at least a touchdown behind instead of a field goal behind.

Saturday, September 13, 2014
Blackhawks falter in second half, lose 20-14
FLORA -- The offense sputtered in the second half Friday night, but Sheridan still had a chance to win the game in the closing minutes against Carroll (Flora).

Facing third down with 3 yards to go, the offense had time to run one more play. But the called play broke down and a quarterback scramble fell short as Sheridan dropped its first Hoosier Heartland Conference game of the season, losing 20-14.

"It was supposed to be a dump pass over the middle," senior Austin Hoover said. "But our man was not open."

The Blackhawk offense managed just 90 yards in the second half as the Cougars outscored Sheridan 13-0 in the second half. The momentum shifted when the Cougars scored with 12.9 seconds remaining in the first half to pull within 14-7 of the Blackhawks.

Saturday, September 13, 2014
Lewis Cass beats Hamilton Heights in Mid-Indiana affair
ARCADIA -- In a game that was decided on the ground, Lewis Cass ran over Hamilton Heights Friday night.

Leading the charge for the Kings was senior full back James Champ. Champ rushed for 147 yards on only 17 carries. His game high rushing total included two touchdowns, a 29-yard run to commence the scoring and a 16-yard scamper that proved to be the game winning score.

As a team, Lewis Cass rushed for 308 yards.

"They chipped away at us," said Hamilton Heights head coach Mitch Street. "They were able to run on all four downs and when you give a team four downs, they are hard to beat."

Even with Lewis Cass's dominant running attack on full display, the first half proved to be very competitive.

After Champ reached the end zone in the first quarter, Hamilton Heights starting quarterback Grant Weatherford tied the score at seven with a 98-yard touchdown run early in the second quarter.

Later in the quarter, Lewis Cass reclaimed the lead with a Jake Wilburn 1-yard touchdown run. However, Weatherford was not done.

Saturday, September 13, 2014
Fishers wins Mudsock
FISHERS -- Hamilton Southeastern kicker Brady Hoffman connected on a 25-yard field goal with just over a minute left in the first half to cut the Fisher's lead to 7-3. After the ensuing kickoff, the Tigers took possession of the ball, and the game.

The Class 6A No. 7 Tigers (3-1, 2-0 HCC) would go on to score two touchdowns in the final minute of the first half and never looked back, dominating Hamilton Southeastern by a score of 41-10.

The win came in the annual "Mudsock" rivalry game that takes place each year between the two schools.

"Well it's a big win for us," said Fisher's coach Rick Wimmer, "It's a big confidence builder, and it's a rivalry game for us. Now it's how we respond after a win."

The big story for the Tigers this week was the improved quarterback play of junior Zach Eaton. After struggling to start the season, Eaton broke out Friday night, completing 75 percent of his passes while throwing for 127 yards and three touchdowns.

Saturday, September 13, 2014
'Hounds stomp Red Devils, 48-21
CARMEL -- Welcome home Greyhounds.

Carmel fans welcomed the Class 6A No. 2 Hounds home conquering heroes Friday night for Homecoming. The Greyhounds dominated Class 6A No. 4 Pike 48-21.

Carmel scored 41 points in the middle quarters. The team gained 329 yards on the ground to control the clock and the game. They gained 289 yards of offense in the first half, 166 of it on the ground.

Chris Perkins ran for three touchdowns while picking up 124 rushing yards on 16 carries.

Michael Viktrup ran the offense to perfection, completing on 9-of-11 passes for 124 yards. He threw for two touchdowns. He connected with six different receivers in the victory.

Saturday, September 13, 2014
Golden Eagles grab early lead, hold on
Guerin Catholic gained a measure of redemption for last week's 24-23 overtime loss to Terre Haute South.

The Golden Eagles were not going to let Friday's game against Indianapolis Howe go into overtime. They were not going to let this one go passed the first quarter.

Guerin Catholic built a 31-0 lead going into halftime, but they were not done yet. Rattling off 38-unanswered point, the Golden Eagles controlled this game from the opening kick.

Carter McGinnis took the ball into the end zone from 30-yards out to put the Golden Eagles on the scoreboard first with 11:40 remaining in the first quarter. He would score from 5-yards out later in the quarter. Quarterback Matt Labus threw two first half touchdowns, a 10-yard pass to Brian Matthews, and a 28-yard pass to Aaron Shinaver.

Saturday, September 13, 2014
Noblesville can't slow Brownsburg
It was a tough day for the Noblesville's boys tennis team.

The Millers fell to Brownsburg 4-1.

Thursday, September 11, 2014
Millers fall to 'Rocks in 9-11 tribute
It was a night of tributes Thursday at Westfield High School.

The Millers and the 'Rocks paid tribute to public safety personnel before the Hoosier Crossroads conference match. Westfield would go on to win in three straight sets 25-22, 25-17, 25-18.

Thursday, September 11, 2014
Tri-Central overpowers Sheridan
The Blackhawks were overpowered in the game with Tri-Central, falling 8-3 to the Trojans in Hoosier Heartland Conference play.
Thursday, September 11, 2014
Miller grad transfers to Ball State
Marissa Hine, a 2012 graduate of Noblesville High School, has transferred to Ball State University.

Hine will play volleyball for legendary coach Steve Shondell.

Thursday, September 11, 2014
Do you ever just look at the numbers?
High school football is a funny thing.

You can look at the match-ups and say that one team is favored over the other. You can say that this team needs to get a win if they want to turn their season around. You can say that if they want to compete in their conference they have to win this week.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014



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