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  • Greyhounds win state championship
    3/24/2019 The Carmel Greyhounds (26-1) took on the Ben Davis Giants (20-8) in the IHSAA 4A State Finals on Saturday night. The Greyhounds — who were determined to avenge their loss in last year’s state title game against Warren Central — took home their fourth state title in boys basketball after outscoring the Giants 60-55 in a game that was watched by 12,908 fans in attendance at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. A total of 22,476 fans were in attendance between the four class championship games on Saturday.
    The win marks the 149th state title in the history of Carmel High School athletics.
    Carmel started four seniors and one freshman in the 4A championship game, including: seniors John Michael Mulloy, Karsten Windlan, Luke Heady, Andrew Owens, and freshman Peter Suder.
    Carmel’s scoring was led by freshman Peter Suder who finished with 14 points. He also managed seven rebounds, three steals and three assists. Senior John Michael Mulloy added 13 points and six boards. Seniors Karsten Windlan and Andrew Owens added 11 and 10 points respectively.
  • Hoosier Basketball Magazine tabs ‘Top 60 Senior Boys’
    3/23/2019 Hoosier Basketball Magazine has released its list of Top 60 senior boys’ basketball players for 2018-2019. These boys were selected from approximately 1,500 senior players statewide. Honorees will have the opportunity to attend a special ‘Top 60 Senior Workout’ at Marian University in Indianapolis on Sunday, March 31.
    Among the 60 honorees were eight Hamilton County players, although, only two will participate in the Top 60 Workout: Noblesville’s Zack Johnson and Westfield’s Zack Banks. HSE’s Noah Smith is out with an injury and unable to participate and HSE’s Aaron Etherington is listed as unable to attend. All four players who made this list from Carmel are also on the ‘unable to attend list’—presumably due to the fact that they are set to play in the IHSAA State Championship game today.
  • 3/22/2019 Fifteen seniors and 15 underclass boys basketball players have earned IBCA/Subway "Supreme 15" All-State honors for 2018-19, it was announced Thursday.
    For the fifth year, the IBCA also named Large School All-State teams — 15 seniors, 15 underclass — and Small School All-State players—15 seniors, 15 underclass.
    The "Supreme 15" is the top honor awarded, and players were voted to that group without regard to school size. The Large School and Small School all-state teams are secondary accolades—the Large School group including players from Class 3A and Class 4A schools and the Small School group including players from Class A and Class 2A schools...
  • The best (and worst) states for March Madness fanatics
    3/21/2019 Regardless of whether your alma mater performs well (or even participates) in the tournament, joining in on a solid bracket pool is an undeniably important part of March Madness. According to new data from the analysts at HowToWatch.com, your ability to find fellow fanatics to geek out on a March Madness bracket with you could be heavily influenced by where you live. 
    A new report from HowToWatch.com looked at each state's interest in sports, gambling, and fantasy leagues to determine which states provided the best population mix for March Madness fanatics. They highlighted the top and bottom five and included a ranking for every state in between. 
    Winning colleges aren’t guaranteed to be among the best for the fandom. While Connecticut — home state of 2014 NCAA Tournament champions — placed in the top five states, Pennsylvania—home of 2016 and 2018 winner Villanova University — placed 21st overall.
  • 3/21/2019 Noblesville girls lacrosse gets 11-10 win over Chatard
    After two weather related game cancelations, the Millers began their season with an overtime win against the Bishop Chatard Trojans, 11-10. Kylie Morris led the Millers with five goals, including the game winning goal in overtime. Erin Wilson led the defensive effort with six ground balls. Kam Mertens caused four turnovers.

    Fishers girls lacrosse beats Brownsburg
    The Fishers Tigers responded after a tough loss to Evansville North by defeating Hoosier Crossroads Conference opponent Brownsburg by a score of 17-2 on Tuesday night. The defense led by Emily Guaspohl, Gracie Bicknell, Abigail Garrison, and Anna Schnefke limited Brownsburg's opportunities with turnovers that led to 17 goals...
  • 3/20/2019 Governor Eric Holcomb just unveiled his bracket, and for the second year in a row, he picked the Purdue Boilermakers to bring the 2019 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament championship home to Indiana.
    How will your bracket stack up? Do you think you can beat Governor Holcomb with your bracket?
    Here's your chance to find out — and compete for must-win prizes — as part of the 2019 Beat the Governor Bracket Challenge!
    Governor Holcomb may have shot baskets in every Indiana county, but fill out a bracket and see how your picks in this year's tournament match up against his picks and the picks of your fellow Republicans from across the state.
  • 3/20/2019 

    Trayce Jackson-Davis produced a double-double in keeping his team in a Class 4A semi-state contest until the end, and the Center Grove senior paces the recipients in this week’s IBCA/Subway Player of the Week program.
    Crispus Attucks senior Harold Bennett and Culver Academy junior Deontae Craig join Jackson-Davis as honorees for the week of March 11-16 in the recognition program coordinated by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association.
    Craig is the winner for District 1. Bennett collected honors for District 2. Jackson-Davis claimed accolades for District 3. Carmel's John Michael Mulloy made honorable mention for Week 20.

  • 3/20/2019 From time to time I have trouble coming up with the ideal weekly tip, but this week it's shouting out at me in a very positive way. My father passed away this past week, and I can't think of anything more appropriate than honoring him.
    My dad was a 21 year high school basketball coach and an athletic director for 27. He touched many athletes, students, teachers, administrators and coaches throughout his career. The influence he had on his family will live on forever. Forget his 327 victories as a basketball coach and his 41 IHSAA State Championships as an athletic director at Carmel High. His life was defined by his character.
    Words will never do him justice, but many come to mind. Kind, sincere, caring, loving, humble, composed, leader, Dad, and Pappa, just to name a few. Ask his friends, former players and athletes of all sports to chime in, and I'm sure they could come up with many more.
  • 3/20/2019 Seventy-seven Indiana high school seniors — 39 boys and 37 girls — have been chosen as first-team Academic All-State by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association it was announced Tuesday, March 19.
    In addition, 203 more boys and 179 more girls were recognized as honorable mention Academic All-State for 2019, IBCA executive director Steve Witty said.
    No Hamilton County players made the list this year, but several made honorable mention. 
    Noblesville’s Zack Johnson, Carmel’s John Michael Mulloy, Westfield’s Caleb Welch and Jaret Bailey, Guerin Catholic’s Josh Osborn, and Sheridan’s Jesse Kolb and Caleb Duke all made the boys honorable mention list.
    Hamilton County players to make the girls honorable mention list included: Noblesville’s Maddie Knight, Westfield’s Zoe Pentecost, Sheridan’s Jillian O’Flaherty, and Guerin Catholic’s Paige Bennett and Hanna Bills, Fishers’ Skylar Fulton.
  • 3/19/2019 The 2019 season at Brickyard Crossing Golf Course will start when the course opens Wednesday, March 20, with a fun greens fees special that continues through March.
    The popular "Pay the Temp" promotion returns Wednesday at the championship-caliber course at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, which includes four holes inside the famous oval. The greens fee for 18 holes and a cart will be equal to the air temperature within one hour of a golfer's tee time, providing significant savings in the cooler weather of spring over regular greens fees. This promotion continues daily through Sunday, March 31.
    Call 317-492-6417 or visit brickyardcrossing.com to book tee times.
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