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  • Sports Talk with Mark Morrow - Lady Miller High Jumper High on Life
    4/19/2019 The sky’s not exactly the limit for Noblesville High School senior high jump sensation Shelby Tyler, but to hear her coach, Bill Craig, talk…well, I’m not too sure about that. 
    New heights are surely in her future!
    Craig thinks she can pretty much do whatever she puts her mind to doing.
    “I’ve never seen a more determined, focused and competitive girl, and not just in the high jump, but in track, period,’’ said Craig, who started working with her in the eighth grade. He has been coaching track for 50 years at various schools.
  • Heights senior Carter Campassi to play football for Manchester next fall
    4/18/2019 Hamilton Heights’ senior, has signed a letter of intent to play football for the Manchester University Spartans in Manchester, Indiana this fall. Manchester University is a member of the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC).  He is the son of Brian and Carrie Campassi.
    “I felt at home at Manchester,” said Carter Campassi, a three-time football letter winner, two-time Leadership team member and member of the 700-pound Big 3 Club. The coaches made me feel like an important piece of their program and would provide me the opportunity to finish what I started.”
    Campassi, who works at the Noblesville Boys and Girls Club, said he plans to study Sports Management.  “My dream job after college would be a front office position for a professional football team,” he noted.
  • 4/18/2019 Eighteen high school students from across the Hoosier State — including one from Hamilton County — will begin next school year as members of the 2019-20 IHSAA Student Advisory Committee, also known as SAC.
    Nine juniors, including Fishers junior Brynn Urban, will join nine seniors to receive hands-on leadership experience in various areas via several IHSAA-sponsored events as well as serve as a voice to the IHSAA staff.
    Each year, the IHSAA receives nominations from school principals on behalf of student-athletes from IHSAA member schools. From that group of nominations, 20 are selected from interviews by members of the IHSAA Executive Committee and returning members of the SAC. From those interviews, nine incoming juniors are invited to join the group of nine returning seniors.
  • 4/18/2019 Chart-topping country artist Carly Pearce and Clayton Anderson have been added to a star-studded lineup at the Firestone Legends Day Concert on Saturday, May 25 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
    Fan favorites at IMS, Pearce and Anderson each will perform sets one day before the 103rd Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge.
    Multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winning Zac Brown Band will headline the concert, which starts at 3:30 p.m. on the Firestone Stage inside Turn 4 of the IMS oval.
    "It's always great to welcome back Carly Pearce and Clayton Anderson to IMS," IMS President J. Douglas Boles said. "They have thrilled our fans with their talent and magnetic performances, whether it's singing the national anthem or performing on our infield concert stages. They will put on a great show, along with Zac Brown Band, during the Firestone Legends Day Concert."
  • Sports Talk with Mark Morrow - Tiger ROARED at Masters on Sunday!
    4/17/2019 Professional golf is in a better place now that Tiger Woods is back.
    We got a glimpse of his return in 2018, when he won the season-ending Tour Championship.
    Remember that unbelievable crowd that followed him to the finish! 
    Yes, a breathtaking atmosphere. Just numbing, if you will.
    We got the full story, even a much clearer picture, on Sunday, when he came from three shots back to win his fifth Masters at Augusta National Golf Club.
  • Heights’ A.J. Field to play basketball for Lincoln Christian University
    4/15/2019 A.J. Field, Hamilton Heights’ senior, has signed a letter of intent to play basketball for the Lincoln Christian University Red Lions in Lincoln, IL this fall.  Lincoln University is a member National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA), and Association of Independent Institutions (AII).  He is the son of Rob and Tricia Field.
    “I really loved the LCU atmosphere,” said AJ Field of his visit to the university.  “I felt an instant connection to the coach and players,” he said. “Academically, earning my Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from LCU will help me to make a difference every day as an educator.”  After graduating, Field would like to work as a sixth-grade teacher and coach high school basketball.
  • Heights’ Luke Herr to play football for Taylor University
    4/13/2019 Luke Herr, Hamilton Heights’ senior, has signed a letter of intent to play football for the Taylor University Trojans in Upland, Indiana this fall. Taylor University is a member of the Crossroads League.  He is the son of Jim and Kate Herr.
    Taylor offered Herr everything he was looking for in a post-secondary educational institution including a Christian University, smaller class size, close-knit family environment, unrestricted academics, and opportunity to play football close to home.  Herr, who earned three varsity letters, was a recipient of the Corey Kiger Award as a freshman and named to the All Hoosier Conference 1st and All Hamilton County teams his junior and senior years.  In addition, he received numerous Player of the Game awards as an offensive and defensive lineman; named Defensive Lineman of the Year his junior and senior years, Offensive Lineman of the Year his senior year, and recently named to the Region 5 All Stars as an Offensive Lineman.
  • 4/13/2019 Good Samaritan Network recently announced their 15th Annual Charity Golf event, ‘TOPGOLF CHARITY OUTING’, held at TopGolf in Fishers. This community fundraising event is presented and coordinated by Good Samaritan Network, along with its current sponsors. Event Sponsor: Dorsey Excavating Inc., and Bay Sponsors:  Gaylor Electric, Nancy Chance, and Biddle Memorial Foundation. Raffle items will also be available during the Golf Outing and raffle tickets can be purchased at the time of online registration.
    Join them on Sunday, April 28, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m — check-in is at 2:30 pm and a buffet will be served at 3:30 pm — for this year’s TOPGOLF CHARITY OUTING which benefits Hamilton County residents served by the Good Samaritan Network of Hamilton County, Inc.
  • Sports Talk with Mark Morrow - The Hoosier ‘Game’ Still Good, Colorful
    4/12/2019 Time to take trip down memory lane and reminisce:
    When you talk Indiana high school basketball and the top players, the conversation often turns to the best teams and top coaches down through the years. 
    And there’s plenty to debate over, for sure. Usually is. Probably always will be.
    Some fans, of course, still yearn for the old days of the single-class winner-take-all format, while current high school players are too young to remember the depths of fever-pitch excitement and nostalgia and sweaty palms that Hoosier Hysteria produced.
  • 4/11/2019 Check out the stats from this past weekend's North-South All-Star Classic. South took the win over North in the boys game, but the North girls were able to get an 11 point victory over the South girls team.
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