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  • Noblesville’s Kylie Morris to play women's lacrosse at FIT
    1/18/2019 Noblesville’s Kylie Morris is headed to the Florida Institute of Technology to play women's lacrosse.
  • Rebounding duo paces IBCA/Subway Players of the Week
    1/17/2019 Whitko’s Spencer Sroufe and Carmel John Michael Mulloy each collected 21 rebounds in a game, and the senior duo headlines the recipients in this week’s IBCA/Subway Player of the Week program.
    Sroufe and Mulloy are joined by Hamilton Heights sophomore Gus Etchison, Springs Valley senior Christian Tucker, Caston sophomore Jordan Clingler, Western Boone senior Madison Jones, Providence junior Natalie Boesing and Brown County junior Allison Stogsdill as honorees for the week of Jan. 7-12 in the recognition program coordinated by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association.
  • Noblesville basketball looks towards final ten games of regular season
    1/16/2019 With ten games remaining in the Noblesville Millers’ varsity boys basketball season, the Millers (7-7) have some tough games left, but still have a good chance to better their record by the end of the regular season. Noblesville is currently ranked as the No. 54 team in the state by maxpreps.com.
  • Noblesville’s matchup against Fort Wayne Northrup canceled due to bad weather
    1/13/2019 The Noblesville Millers’ varsity basketball team (7-7) was hoping to bounce back with a win on Saturday night against Fort Wayne Northrup after a tough loss to seventh-ranked Zionsville on Friday night at The Mill in Noblesville.
    Unfortunately for the Millers, this past weekend’s winter storm kept them from taking the trip to Fort Wayne on Saturday night.
    Noblesville hopes to notch a win in their next game to keep themselves above .500. Based on the scheduled, the Millers should be able to do just that.
    The Millers are set to take on the Franklin Central Flashes (1-11) in an away game on Friday, Jan. 18, at Franklin Central High School. Tip-off is set for 7:30 p.m.
  • Millers fall to seventh-ranked Eagles in tight game
    1/12/2019 The Millers (7-7) took on the seventh-ranked Zionsville Eagles (11-3) on Friday night in a conference matchup at The Mill in Noblesville.
    The Millers kept their hopes alive until the final seconds of the game, but were eventually defeated 59-57. The loss marked the Millers’ third loss in conference play this season.
    Noblesville’s Xavier Hines led the Millers in scoring with 21-points on 10 attempts. Hines also finished the game with two assists, a block and a steal. Zach Johnson and Alex Hunt each added 12 points of their own.
  • 1/9/2019 The Noblesville swimmers and divers competed in a double dual meet Tuesday against North Central and University High School at North Central. Noblesville's boys’ team defeated both teams; the Miller girls defeated University but lost to NC. Individual event winners for the Miller Wolfpack were: Sammy Huff in the 200 free and 100 breast; Caitlin Marshall in the 200 IM and 100 fly; Stephan Isaac in the 200 IM and 100 breast; Jack Wolfred in the 50 and 100 free; Jared Newman in diving, and Cam Kramer in the 100 back. Noblesville will travel to Zionsville on Thursday.
  • Basketball tournament pairings shows scheduled
    1/9/2019 The details for the upcoming IHSAA girls and boys basketball state tournament pairings shows were announced by the Association office.
    The pairings for the 44th girls state tournament will be revealed on Jan. 20 beginning at 3:30 p.m.
    The opening round games for the 109th boys state tournament will be announced on Feb. 17 at 5 p.m. 
    Both two-hour programs, hosted by Bob Lovell of Indiana Sports Talk, will stream exclusively on the IHSAA’s video portal at IHSAAtv.org (no television) and via affiliates of the IHSAA Champions Radio Network. 
    Immediately following each show, all sectional pairings will be available online at IHSAA.org.
  • 1/8/2019 Crispus Attucks senior Harold Bennett poured in 45 points in a game and Whiting senior G’Angelo Reillo posted a triple-double, and that twosome paces the winners in this week’s IBCA/Subway Player of the Week program. Gus Etchison, Hamilton Heights, was among the nominees for the District 2 Boys Player. 
    Bennett and Reillo are joined by Austin senior Drew Buhr, Evansville Reitz sophomore Khristian Lander, Marquette Catholic senior Emma Nolan, Michigan City senior Hannah Noveroske, Northwestern junior Kendall Bostic and North Knox senior Makinzi Meurer as recipients for the week of Dec. 31-Jan. 5 in the recognition program coordinated by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association.
    Reillo is the boys’ honoree and Nolan and Noveroske shared the girls’ for District 1. Bennett and Bostic received respective boys’ and girls’ accolades for District 2. Buhr and Lander are boys’ co-winners and Meurer is the girls’ recipient for District 3.
    The 5-11 Bennett scored 45 points to lead the Attucks boys to a 95-81 victory over Urbana, Ill. He also added four rebounds and four steals while helping the Tigers improve to 10-3 in their only game of the week. Bennett hit 18-32 field goals, 3-of-6 3-pointers and 6-of-6 free throws en route to his big game.
  • 1/8/2019 On Monday evening the Noblesville Lady Miller Gymnastics Team competed against Western, Brebeuf, and Lapel High School and flipped right past Western with a team score of 80.050 to Western's 78.925. The other two school's only had individual's competing and did not count as a team score. 
    On Vault leading the way for the Lady Miller's was Junior Olivia Mangin with a 3rd place finish with an 8.3. Junior Kayleigh Sahr placed 5th with a score of 8.05. Freshman Kiley Reisner placed 6th with a score of 8.0. 
    On Bars Leading the way for the Miller's was Mangin with her score of 6.3. Junior Kayleigh Sahr places 5th with her score of 5.9. 
    On Beam once again leading the way for the Lady Miller's was Mangin as she finishes 4th with her beam score of 6.375. Freshman Kiley Reisner follows close behind with a 5th place finish of 6.075. 
    On the floor exercise Mangin leads the way for the Miller's with a 2nd place finish with a score of 7.85. 
  • 1/6/2019 The Westfield boys basketball team took on the No. 2 ranked Greyhounds Saturday night, losing by a score of 76-50. The Rocks were led in scoring by Zach Banks and Braden Smith, with 17 and 15 points respectively. The schedule doesn’t get any easier, as the Rocks travel to take on another top ranked opponent in the HSE Royals next Friday.
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