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  • In Year 21 A.K (after Knight), IU still living in past
    4/2/2021 Here's a list of coaches Indiana could have hired who would have impressed the college basketball world, and worried Purdue fans.
    Brad Stevens of the Boston Celtics. Chris Beard of Texas Tech. Shaka Smart, before he left Texas for Marquette. Scott Drew of Baylor. Thad Matta, retired Ohio State coach. John Beilien, former Michigan coach, Porter Moser of Loyola Chicago, Eric Musselman of Arkansas, Mark Few of top-ranked Gonzaga. Nate Oats of Alabama. Chris Holtman of Ohio State.
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  • Pink Out Proud
    1/15/2021 The Hamilton Heights Girls Basketball team continued their winning streak at the inaugural Girls Varsity Pink Out on Saturday at the Husky Dome. The team netted the win against the Westfield Shamrocks 44-41. Saturday’s game brought the Lady Huskies to 12-0 for the season.
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  • Greene to play softball for Marian University
    1/15/2021 Hayley Greene, Hamilton Heights’ senior, has signed a letter of intent to play softball for Marian University in Indianapolis, Indiana. Marian University is a member of the Crossroads League and is a NAIA athletic institution. She is the daughter of Brian and Carissa Greene.
    Greene, a four-year varsity letter holder, has been passionate about softball for as far back as she can remember. 
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  • Center Grove too much; but Westfield stands tall
    12/1/2020 Riding a 12-game winning streak entering the Class 6A Indiana high school state football championship game, No. 2 Westfield seemed as poised as any team to give top-ranked Center Grove its toughest challenge.
    Despite a heroic effort from injured running back Micah Hauser, the Shamrocks could not keep up with a prolific Trojans offense that averaged 42 points a game this season.
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  • 11/25/2020 Second-ranked Westfield will get a chance to slay Class 6A high school football’s giant Friday at Lucas Oil Stadium.
    The Shamrocks’ 12th consecutive victory since a season-opening loss to Cathedral was typical Westfield football. Mix an effective passing game with the elusiveness of quarterback Maximus Webster and the result was a 41-23 victory Friday night at Merrillville that earned the Shamrocks the north semistate championship.
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  • 11/18/2020 Westfield moved one step closer to a shot at the Class 6A state football championship, while Carmel’s reign ended Friday night.
    The Shamrocks claimed their first 6A regional title and fifth overall by dominating Homestead 42-9. Ben Davis withstood a second-half charge from the Greyhounds to prevail 27-21.
    Westfield’s Carson Voorhis stepped in for the injured Micah Hauser and his rushes helped set up Maximus Webster’s 1-yard touchdown run in the first quarter. Sean Sullivan’s kick made it 7-0.
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  • 11/11/2020 Second-ranked Westfield and sixth-ranked Carmel are among the final eight in the Class 6A state football tournament after victories Friday night.
    Westfield increased its winning streak to 10 with a dominating 31-0 victory against Fishers. Carmel’s defense paved the way for a 21-7 victory against fourth-ranked Brownsburg.
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  • 11/4/2020 Second-ranked Westfield’s big second quarter Friday night spelled the end of the high school football season for Noblesville.
    The Shamrocks broke open a 7-0 game with three touchdowns in the second quarter on their way to a 35-0 victory in a Class 6A, Sectional 4 semifinal.
    Westfield quarterback Maximus Webster threw for two touchdowns and ran for a third to lift the Class 6A No. 2 Shamrocks (9-1) to a Sectional 4 road win over the Hamilton County rival.
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  • Guerin upsets third-ranked West Lafayette in sectional opener
    10/28/2020 A blocked field goal by Daniel Rhoad capped a tense final 36 seconds for Guerin Catholic, which upset third-ranked West Lafayette 20-18 Friday night in the opening round of Class 3A, Sectional 28.
    Brayden Hall’s 9-yard touchdown run and Addison Lushin’s extra point kick gave the Eagles an eight-point lead with 1:20 remaining. 
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  • 10/21/2020 For one half Friday night, Noblesville managed to keep Avon’s passing game in check.
    Over the final 30 minutes of this Hoosier Crossroads Conference football game, however, Henry Hesson put on a passing clinic while sparking the Orioles to a 35-14 victory.
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