Noblesville split a boys and girls swimming and diving meet Tuesday evening with Lawrence North High School. The NHS girls defeated Lawrence handily (118-67) but the boys meet was tied going into their last event. They were defeated 96-90. The LNHS boys won the final relay and squeaked by. Individual event winners for Noblesville were: Gillian Cripe in the 200 free; Cam Kramer in the 200 IM and 500 free; Sammy Huff in the 50 free and 100 fly; Evan Diamente in the 50 free and 100 fly; Caitlin Marshall in the 100 free; Jack Wolfred in the 100 free and 100 breast stroke; and Abby Harvey in the 100 breast stroke. The Miller swimmers and divers return to action on Tuesday at Fishers HS Natatorium.

HSE girls bounce back
The Lady Royals bounced back from last week’s loss to Ryle with a win against Pendleton Tuesday night 69-35.
The Royals jumped out to an early advantage in the first quarter and never looked back. Taking control on both ends of the floor, the Lady Royals were able to turn defensive stops into quick points and outscore Pendleton 16-5 in the first quarter. The energy and intensity didn’t stop there. The Lady Royals were able to crash the offensive boards which created extra offensive possessions leading the Royals to a 26-11 advantage after the second quarter. At the half, the Lady Royals had totaled 15 offensive boards and were up 42-16.Pendleton didn’t give in and outscored the Lady Royals 10-9 in the 3rd quarter. With a few changes, the Lady Royals were able to regain momentum and outscore Pendleton 18-9 in the fourth quarter. The team worked together and several players contributed on both sides of the floor. The Lady Royals fought hard and improved their record to 11-1.
Parrish lead the way with 28 and Maulucci had 9. Rebounding leaders were Parrish with 15, Walton with 7 and Self with 6.

University girls roll
University Girls Varsity girls defeated International School Of Indiana 79-23. Senior Brooke Andrus led all scorers with 19 points. Lindsey Syrek scored 18 points, Lily Snyder 12 points, and Jenna Blakley added 11 points for the Blazers.

Fishers take down Zionsville swimmers
The Fishers’ boys’ swim team continued their winning ways as they traveled to Zionsville High School on Tuesday, where the Tigers defeated the Eagles by a score of 107-78. The boys raced well at this season's first away meet. Individual event winners included Kyle Ponsler (9) in the 200 Free and 500 Free, Cory Jacocks (12) in the 200 IM, Trevor Adcock (12) in the 50 Free, and Aaron Frollo (11) in the 100 Fly. The Tigers were also victorious in the 400 Free Relay of Trevor Adcock (12), Tyler Schwertfeger (10), Kyle Ponsler (9), and Cory Jacocks (12). On the diving boards, Sebastian Otero (9) emerged victorious.
The Lady Tigers also continued their winning ways as they traveled to Zionsville High School on Tuesday, where they defeated the Eagles by a score of 106-80. The girls raced well at this season's first away meet. Individual event winners included Samantha Hietpas (12) in the 200 Free, Kenzie Pierce (9) in the 200 IM, Morgan Booth (12) in the 100 Free, and Hannah Pratt (11) in the 500 Free. The Lady Tigers were also victorious in the 200 Free Relay of Alexandra Stein (9), Ellen Fero (11), Corinne Yorkman (11), and Hannah Pratt(11) and in the 400 Free Relay of Hannah Pratt (11), Ellen Fero (11), Alexandra Stein (9), and Corinne Yorkman (11). On the diving boards, Morgan Casey (10) emerged victorious.
The 3-0 Tigers will be back in action on the diving boards at the Tiger Claw Diving Invitational beginning at 10 a.m. on Saturday and in the pool on Tuesday when they take on Noblesville at home. The Noblesville dual meet gets underway at 6 p.m.


Fishers freshman dominate
From the tip-off, the Fishers Tigers’ freshman boys’ basketball team pounced into a strong lead that was held the entirety of the game in a 59-26 win over North Central. The first quarter score was 15-3 led by Bryce Williams and Josh Forbes. The second quarter followed with a balanced attack of Tiger scorers and defenders. The Tigers went into halftime up 33-7 and never looked back. Cole Moritz ran the second half of the game scoring 9 points and grabbing 8 rebounds. The Tigers second squad held down the fourth quarter with Blake Jones, Thomas Ricks, and Ryan Witt seeing some time.
Cole Moritz posted the teams first double-double with 13 points and 11 rebounds and Bryce Williams led all scorers with 16 points.
The Tigers are back in action at Columbus North Saturday at 6 p.m.