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  • 9/17/2019 

    Golden Eagles battle to draw with Avon.

    AVON – The Golden Eagles traveled to take on the Avon Orioles on Monday night and both teams battled to a 1-1 draw.

    The Golden Eagles would start strong, scoring on a corner kick in the 12′ delivered by senior co-captain Anna Heck to the feet of junior Caroline Quinn. 

    The Orioles would match that tally, and both teams would enter the half 1-1.

    The tide turned in the second, with Avon seeing most of the run of play. Despite their efforts, the match would end in a draw.

    The Golden Eagles with the draw pushes their record to 5-3-1 on the season.  The team returns to action this Saturday as they travel to #2 (3A) Evansville Memorial, for a 5 p.m. kick off.

  • 9/16/2019 

    CARMEL – The Westfield Lady Rocks traveled to take on the Carmel Greyhounds on Monday night. Coming in the matchup between the two schools, both teams had a combined total of 26 wins on the season so fans expected to see a competitive match. 

    That game lived up to the hype as The Greyhounds ultimately came out victorious, but the Lady Rocks made the Greyhounds work for every single point as Carmel walked away with a 29-27, 29-27, and 25-17 sweep over Westfield. 

    Junior Kenzie Daffinee led the team with 16 kills and four service aces, Peighton Isley anchored the defense with 14 digs and Katie Sweet ended the night with three blocks. The Rocks are back in action Wednesday night at home vs Hamilton Southeastern as their record fell to 12-3 on the season. 

    For the Greyhounds, they were led by Macarty McQueen with 11 kills, four aces, and six digs on the night. Anne Lesure contributed nine kills, 19 assists, ten digs. Gabby Smith ended her night tallying seven kills and four blocks while Ella Bostic finished with 18 Assists, an ace, and five digs. The win improves the Greyhounds record to 15-7 on the season. The team will return to action on Tuesday night as they will travel to Lawrence North. 

    Millers fall to tough Yorktown squad

    The Noblesville Millers lost to the Yorktown Tigers 3-0 on Monday night at Noblesville High School 

    In the loss Lexie Almodovar had nine digs, six kills, and three assists. Riley Branch contributed nine assists while Rose Crist had six kills. Abby Johnson had four digs, Allison Parks had three digs, and Sydney Sparks had two digs. Ella Peter added two kills, with Anna Kiser adding a kill and a block. Bella Hines had one ace, and Diana Cox rounded out the box score with one dig.

    The loss drops the Millers record to 5-9 on the season. TheMillers travel to Hamilton County opponent Hamilton Heights on Tuesd

  • 9/16/2019 

    The #13 Royals were able to pick up a win on Monday as they hosted Guerin Catholic.

    The Royals won by a final of 4-1. 

    At #1 singles, Andrew Orme had was victorious 6-0, 6-1. 

    “Andrew did a nice job of varying his shots when his opponent came to the net,” Head Coach Kirk Webber said. “He had some great passes and many good lobs.”

     At #2 singles, freshman Paul Schneider won 6-0, 6-2. 

    “Paul did a very good job of constructing points tonight,” Webber said. “He had multiple volley, overhead, and drop shot winners. He also had seven forehand winners.”

     At #3 singles, freshman Rohan Golla was victorious, winning 6-2, 6-1. 

    “Rohan also did a nice job of building the point, being patient, using angles, and then attacking when the opportunity came,” Webber said of Golla. “He had 22 winners against a very consistent and fast player, which is quite impressive. He also finished points in a variety of ways: short balls, volleys, overheads, and drop shots. Our singles guys are continuing to get better every match.”

    At #1 doubles, Andrew Spirrison and Daniel Verde lost two very close sets. 

    “It was good tennis played at a high level,” Webber said of the duo’s close defeat. “Guerin had two of their stronger players playing doubles (Metzger & Harrington), so it was a good challenge for our team. After a back-and-forth first set, we had a set point up 6-5, but Metzger made a great play on a drop volley by Andrew to keep Guerin alive. Unfortunately, we ended up dropping the set 5-7 in a tiebreaker. Our guys showed some toughness as they kept fighting in the second set. After getting down 1-3, they reeled off 3 straight games to go up 4-3. Unfortunately, Guerin finished strong by getting a late break to take the set 7-5. Andrew & Daniel played very well. Just a few errors was probably the difference in that match.” 

  • 9/16/2019 

    Tennis takes first at Shelbyville Invite

    The boy’s tennis team won the Shelbyville Invitational on Saturday. The team won all five flights and did not drop a set all day. Earning first place for the Rocks were #1 Singles Quentin Markle, #2 singles Harrison Sindelar, #3 singles Connor Housefield, #1doubles Nicholas Mabe and Brett Barnes and #2 doubles Danny Hildebrand and Carson Kessler. The Rocks host Lawrence North on Tuesday.

    Cross Country competes at split meets

    The #21 girl’s cross country team had strong showings at two meets on Saturday. One group traveled to Peoria, IL and placed 10th out of 44 schools. Julia Clark led the way. A separate group traveled to IWU and placed 6th out of 15 teams. The varsity group was led by Julia Gabennesch.

    The boy’s cross country team continued to show its depth last weekend, splitting the team up to race at the Wildcat Classic at Indiana Wesleyan in Marion, and at the First to the Finish Invitational in Peoria, IL.

    The Marion crew ran well, with the varsity finishing 10th in the varsity elite race, and 3rd in the JV race. In the varsity race, the boys were led by scorers Nik Pensyl (PR), Max Woehler (season best), Clay Kipper (PR), Robby Bogdajewicz (PR), and Bradley McManus PR). Joe Barnett, Aidan Wright, Evan Besinger, and Owen Flynn also ran well in the race.

    At Peoria, the boys raced in a very intense field of outstanding teams. They finished 22nd of 47 teams. They were led by Mahamat Djour, and had outstanding races from Kyler Koning, Garrett Mowry, and Josh Barnett.

    The boys will be back in action next Saturday at the Riverview Health Invitational at Northview Church in Carmel.

    Girls Golf takes home third place finish

    The Lady Rocks Golf Team finished third in the Franklin Central Invitational on Saturday at Smock Golf Course. The Lady Rocks 315 fell short of number two ranked Homestead (297) and number three ranked Zionsville Eagles (302).

    Leading the team in scoring was Jocelyn Bruch with an even par 72 and a third place finish. Sophie McGinnis finished with a 78, Allie Hildebrand an 82, Natalie Shupe an 83 and Brette Hanvan rounded out the top five with an 84. Cate Jensen playing as an individual finished with an 83.

    The Lady Rocks will complete the regular season on Tuesday against Western High School at Wood Wind Golf Club.

    Boys Soccer wins Invitational

    The boy’s soccer team put together a solid performance to take care of business with everyone getting in on the action.

    Juniors David Green and Ben Wallace led the way with two goals each, with Wallace also adding two assists. Also getting into scoring column were Seniors Andrew Roe and Sean Ford, Junior Jordan Donsky, and Sophomore Declan Wheeler all with a goal each. Helping to set up the goals were Junior Drew Scanlon and Senior Zach Roberts.

    Following the win, the boy’s soccer team advances to the championship game against Culver Academy.

    The Team would take down Culver Academy 2-1 in the championship game to claim the title.

    Scoring for the Shamrocks in the first half was Junior David Green after Junior Ben Wallace worked to win a ball in the box and played it perfectly across to the back side of the goal where Green was waiting to put it away.

    Late in the second half after Culver was able to tie the game, Colin Maris drove a ball up the the field that Wallace was able to run onto before being taken down in the box for a well earned penalty kick. Senior captain Miguel Ayala stepped up after being called upon to take the penalty and converted to put the team ahead for good and secure the win the less then five minutes left. Notable defensive performances in the field were had by Seniors Max Von Arx and Brady Drlik, along with Junior Ellis Douthit. Senior Aiden Huddleston was able to steady things and get the win in goal. The team is back in action next at home against Hamilton Southeastern.

  • 9/16/2019 

     Girls Golf finishes second in Miller Invite

    The Noblesville Millers finished as runners-up in their own Miller Golf Invitational with a score of 338 on Saturday at Harbour Trees Golf and Beach Club in Noblesville.

    Carmel won the event with a score of 319 and Lapel’s Macy Beeson was the Medalist with her score of 73.

    The Millers were led by Sarah Brenneman’s 80, while Caroline Whallon shot an 83, Bella Deibel added 85, Ellie Karst Contributed a 90, Taylor Caldwell carded a 91, and Mia Sommervold shot a 100.

    The Millers will host the Brownsburg Bulldogs on Tuesday at Harbour Trees Golf and Beach Club.

    Cross Country takes home a pair of wins

    The Noblesville Lady Millers won the Ben Davis Invitational on Saturday, defeating HCC teams from Brownsburg, Fishers, and Franklin Central.

    Bella Sharples-Gordon led the Millers with a third place time of 19:06.6, Madison King finished with a fourth place time of 19:09.5, and Brooke Lahee finished with a fifth place time of 19:10.2; Paige Hazelrigg placed in the top ten, finishing in ninth place with a time of 19:28.4. Sophie Reichard finished in 14th place (19:43.9), Sophie Stahl finished in 33rd place (20:41.8), and Anna Hazelrigg finished in 52nd place (21:20.3).

    The Millers will travel to southern Indiana to participate in the Crawford County Invitational on Saturday.

    The boys team also took home first place as they competed in the Wildkat Invitational at Indiana Wesleyan University.

    Travis Hickner led the Millers with a second place time of 15:38.7 and Cole Kimmel finished in third place with a time of 15:50.8. Andrew Anderson finished in tenth (16:14.5), Andrew Knight finished in 19th (16:30.0), Kolby Kazmierski finished in 21st (16:37.0), Jack Taylor finished in 34th (16:51.5), and Asher Propst finished in 36th (16:52.4).

    The Millers will compete in the FlashRock Invitational on Saturday at Northview Church in Carmel.

  • 9/14/2019 

    By Ellie Albin

    The visiting Royals came, saw and lost to the Fishers Tigers on Sep. 13 with a final score of 27-6.

    The game between the two high schools is known as the Mudsock rivalry. It started with the Royals receiving the ball first, as the Tigers won the cointoss and elected to receive the kickoff in the second half. 

    During their second possession of the game, Tiger quarterback, senior Marcus Roux, led the Tigers to a 7-0 lead.

    The Royals attempted a field goal in the second quarter, but the kick was blocked by senior Jackson Dunn, helping the Tigers maintain their 7-0 lead going into the half.

    The third quarter was an active one for the Tiger offense. Roux threw a 26-yard pass to Jeffrey Simmons, giving Fishers a 14-point lead. 

    The lead grew larger as Dylan Scally ran into the endzone, to make the game 21-0 going into the fourth quarter.

    The fourth quarter opened with a turnover on downs in favor of the Tigers who were later forced to punt. The following possession for the Royals proved to be beneficial for Tigers as senior Geoffrey Brown intercepted the ball at the Royals 19-yard line. 

    Roux ran into the endzone to extend the lead for Tigers, making the game 27-0. 

  • 9/14/2019 

    ARCADIA - The Hamilton Heights Huskies picked up their first win of the season on Friday night against Northwestern. The team done so in blowout fashion as they were victorious 36-0. 

    The Husky defense forced two interceptions on the night with one being returned 46-yards for a touchdown by Isaac Tuma.
    Quarterback Isaac Wilson threw for 208 yards and two touchdowns on the night. 

    The win improves the Huskies record to 1-3 on the season as the team will prepare to go back on the road next as they will square off against Western High School. 

  • 9/14/2019 

    INDIANAPOLIS – The Golden Eagles heading into week four found themselves still wihtout a blemish on their schedule at 3-0. 

    The team hosted Brebuef on Friday night and all good things must eventually come to an end as the Golden Eagles would fall 20-15 and suffer their first loss of the season. 

    Heading into the fourth quarter the Golden Eagles found themselves up, leading by the slimmest of margins at 15-14. But late in the fourth quarter Brebeuf would be able to score the go-ahead tochdown from 24 yards out to go up by 5. That would be the game-deciding score as the Golden Eagles wouldn’t be able to comeback for the win. 

    The team falls to 3-1 and will travel to Columbus North next week. 

  • 9/14/2019 

    Sheridan - A win is a win as most coaches will tell you, but the Blackhawks would probably liked to have Friday nights game against Delphi not come down to the wire like it did. 

    When the clock hit double zeroes, the Blackhawks found themselves victorious by a final score of 36-35. 

    The last minute of the game was one for the books as Senior Running back Cameron Hovey would score a touchdown wiht just 26 seconds remaining in the game to trim the Blackhawk defecit to one. 

    Instead of playing for overtime, Head Coach Larry “Bud” Wright would attempt the game-winning two-point conversion. Quarterback Silas DeVaney ended up running the ball in for the Blackhawks as they would take a one point lead. 

    The late-game drama would not stop there as Delphi got the ball back and was able to get into position for what would be a game-winning field goal from right around 45 yards. The kick fortunately for the Blackhawks, fell just short and the team was able to sneak out the win. 

    Hovey did what he always done in the win, and that’s carry (literally) the load on the offensive side of the ball. The Junior Running Back ended the night tallying 48 carries for 318 rushing yards and two touchdowns. After this week, Hovey has now carried the ball 124 times for a grand total of 866 yards and ten touchdowns. 

    In total the Blackhawks ran the ball 78 times ad DeVaney would carry it 12 times and Evan Bourdon would add seven carries for the Blackhawks in the win. 

    With the big win, the Blackhawks improve to 3-1 on the season. The team will stay at home this week as they prepare to take on Clinton Prairie. 

  • 9/14/2019 

    INDIANAPOLIS - Sitting at 2-1 on the season, the Carmel Greyhounds looked to improve their 2-1 mark as they traveled to Pike High School on Friday night. 

    The Greyhound defense would hold Pike to only seven points on the nighit as the team walked away with a 24-7 win to improve to 3-1 on the season. 

    Senior Running Back Dylan Downing got the scoring started for the Greyhounds as he found the end zone on a one yard touchdown with 5:34 left in the first quarter. 

    The Greyhouns found the end zone with three different runners on the night as Zach Osborn and Zach White also found their way into the end zone for the Greyhounds who ended the game with 253 rushing yards. Downing got the bulk of the yardage as he finished the game with 18 carries for 140 yards. 

    Along with only allowing seven total points in the win, the Greyhound defense also was able to intercept three Pike passes on the night to help set up their offense. 

    The win improves the Greyhounds record to 3-1 overall on the season as they have won three in a row after their opening season loss at Trinity (KY). 

    The Greyhounds will be back in action next week as they will host Lawrence North. 

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