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  • Noblesville wins homecoming game
    9/22/2018 The spirit week festivities were over, the floats were unveiled, the parade had ended, and the Noblesville Millers got to the task at hand—getting a win against Franklin Central on homecoming night.
    The Millers took on the Franklin Central Flashes in Friday night’s homecoming matchup at Beaver Materials Field and the Millers took the win—10-0.
    Head coach Justin Roden said after the game that the win proves his team could be dangerous if they could clean up some of their mistakes—including costly penalties.
    “We would be scary if we ever played a clean football game,” Coach Roden said. “We could be really, really tough. If we could ever figure out how to play a clean football game, I mean, the potential here is unlimited.”
    Although he didn’t win homecoming king, senior Jack Knight was the standout of the night—scoring all 10 of Noblesville’s points, including a 35-yard fumble recovery and return for a touchdown.
  • Huskies fall to Twin Lakes
    9/22/2018 The Hamilton Heights Huskies started off slow on Friday, but we’re able to come back and fight. 
    The first quarter was dominated by the Twin Lakes offense as they scored a touchdown taking an early lead. At the beginning of the second half the Indians were able to keep their lead until a personal foul allowed for a Husky touchdown making the score 7-20. 
    With their spirits high the Huskies were determined to gain the lead. Senior, Tad Defoe ran 63 yards on a kickoff half way through the second quarter, which set up junior Camron Knott’s first touchdown of the night.
  • 9/22/2018 The Fishers Tigers traveled to Avon to face the Orioles in another big HCC match-up. The Orioles received the opening kickoff and put together a long return into Tigers territory early in the game. The Fishers defense was up to the task and stopped the Orioles offense as Alex Lemaich had a couple huge tackles. The Tigers offense was not able to get anything going as they were forced to punt 3 times in the quarter. The Orioles converted after one of these punts. Avon was able to convert on a couple big 3rd downs and were aided by a controversial personal foul call before Sampson James scored from 2-yards out to give Avon an early 7-0 lead.
  • Bubbles stumbles, still rollin’
    9/21/2018 Hello Sports Fans.
    An old Franklin College QB used to tell me, every time you brag on a dog it’ll mess on the floor. Well friends and neighbors, I bragged all over myself two weeks ago about being perfect and then that floor fell out from underneath me. 
    Last week’s 4-3 record isn’t what any of us are used to, so let’s do better this week.
    Franklin Central at Noblesville
    OK, OK, I get it. I got all excited after the Millers beat Westfield. Maybe the team did, too, because Zionsville laid it on the Black and Gold. The question in Millerland is how will they bounce back? Franklin Central is struggling along with a 1-4 mark and hasn’t looked good. But looks can be deceiving. Only one opponent the Flashes have faced owns a losing record (and FC won that game). The other four losses have come to teams with a combined 16-4 mark. Our Millers, on the other hand, have won two of their last three but have only beaten one school with a winning record so far. This is a telling game for Coach Roden to see if his squad has the moxie it’s going to take to turn around the program. I hope they do, but I’m a doubter. FC 12, NHS 10.
  • 9/20/2018 SHERIDAN – Facing No. 8 ranked Eastern on Thursday night, the Sheridan boys’ soccer team was held scoreless, losing 3-0
    After giving up only one goal in the first half, Sheridan ceded two more goals to Eastern in the second half. Sheridan goalkeeper Nick Roberts totaled 28 saves against the offensive attack from Eastern.
    The Blackhawks will look to end a three game losing streak when they take on Western Boone at home this Saturday at 10 a.m.
  • 9/19/2018 Franklin Central (1-4) at Noblesville (2-3)
    GAME TIME: 7 pm ET, Swanson Field.
    COACHES: Grant Lewis, 16-19 in 4th year at Franklin Central. Justin Roden, 2-3 in 1st year at Noblesville, 49-23 in 6th year overall.
    SAGARIN RATINGS: Noblesville, 76.8, 39th overall, 18th in 6A. Franklin Central, 67.46, 66th overall, 23rd in 6A.
    LAST OUTING: Franklin Central lost to Avon, 48-0. Noblesville lost to Zionsville, 24-0.
    VS. COMMON FOES: Franklin Central 0-1; Noblesville 0-1.
    OPPONENTS' RECORDS: Franklin Central 17-8. Noblesville 13-12.
    SERIES LAST 30 YEARS: Franklin Central, 2-0.
    LAST MEETING: Franklin Central won, 1990, sectional.
  • 9/18/2018 ARCADIA – The Hamilton Heights boys’ tennis team pulled out a 4-1 victory on Monday night against Tipton.
    In singles play for the Huskies, Aiden Ray was defeated at No. 1 singles, JP Etchison grabbed a win at No. 2 singles, and Ben Wolfgang won by default at No. 3 singles. The No. 1 doubles team of Nic Rice and Josh Russell were victorious in No. 1 doubles play and the No. 2 doubles team of Liam Huss and Jake Martin also won by default in No. 2 doubles play.
    Hamilton Heights 4, Tipton 1
    Grayson Weddell (T) def. Aiden Ray 6-0, 7-5
    JP Etchison (HH) def. Mylen Swan 6-3, 6-3
    Ben Wolfgang (HH) won by default
    Nic Rice and Josh Russell (HH) def. Michael Nesser and Cameron Crawford 6-3, 6-0
    Liam Huss and Jake Martin (HH) won by default
  • 9/18/2018 My wife recently pulled out the electric carving knife and gently interrogated me as to why I don’t want another dog. This has gotten to the point of a major “issue” between us, frequently ending up with irate words flowing and even tears. She, on the other hand, just becomes irritated over the fact that I don’t want any more four-legged filth machines in our modest but well-kept home.
    Even as she was lunging with the whirring blades in a manner that suggested extensive prior practice, I dodged while trying to explain that I’ve literally had my fill of dogs during, as they say, “a previous lifetime.” 
    I have always been envious of families with real dogs, intelligent canines that are like hairy crotch-sniffing Boy Scouts: faithful, alert, loyal, obedient and the rest of that stuff. Our friends have a dog named Sadie that can likely solve quadratic equations and probably knows which fork to use for the salad course. 
    Instead, my last memories of personally-owned dogs were Jake and Wolf. 
  • 9/16/2018 Although the Millers’ boys soccer team had a rough start to the game, trying to get the sleep out of their eyes for this early Saturday morning tilt, they were able to come away victorious. The first half didn't see too many quality chances from either side. In the second half, a great combination play between Braden Cofer and Spencer Holland allowed Drew Barnes to post up right in front of the Pike goal. Spencer Holland slotted a ball across and Drew Barnes left no doubt, hitting a rocket, upper 90 to the near post. The Millers held on for the win, despite the Red Devils high pressure. This brings the Millers record to 6-5-1, which is the first time they have been above .500 all season. They look to continue this winning streak on the road against Franklin Central on Tuesday night.

    Millers split
    Noblesville volleyball lost to Cathedral in 4 sets 15-25, 25-18, 20-25, 22-25 on Saturday. Ava Nichols had 37 assists. Lexie Almodovar added 18 kills and 1 block. Rose Crist chipped in 12 kills and Kayla Thompson had 9 digs. Noblesville defeated Greenfield Central in 4 sets, 25-21, 14-25, 25-14, 26-24. Nichols recorded 44 assists and 4 aces. Almodovar had 16 kills, 1 block and 10 digs. Crist added 11 kills and 1 block. Ella Peter slammed home 7 kills while Maddy Carr added 6 kills. Defensively, Kayla Thompson had 14 digs and Braden Caswell had 12 digs.
  • 9/14/2018 The Noblesville Millers had a 2-2 record and were looking for their third win of the season going into Friday night’s matchup in Zionsville, but the Millers we’re defeated 24-0.
    “We haven’t won two football games in quite a while at Noblesville,” first-year head coach Jason Roden said after the game. “We watched Westfield beat this team on film and we walked in here, and we we’re immature as a team. We don’t understand how to handle success yet.”
    Coach Roden said Zionsville did a better job of possessing the ball than and that his offensive line had problems throughout the night. Roden said a few guys were sick, and he has several guys that play both ways, which can cause difficulties.
    The Eagles were the first on the board in Friday night’s game—knocking in a 35-yard field goal in the second quarter. The score was just 3-0 with 10:48 left to play in the half.
    Just two drives later, the Eagles were the first to make it into the end zone as well. Senior quarterback Josh Wagner threw a 7-yard pass on third down to senior wide receiver Jordan Hull and the Eagles went up 10-0 with just 3:23 left to play in the half.
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