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  • Mulloy earns Underclass All-State 'Supreme 15' honors, other local ballers receive recognition
    3/22/2018 Fifteen seniors and 15 underclass boys basketball players have earned IBCA/Subway "Supreme 15" All-State honors for 2017-18, it was announced Thursday.

    For the fourth year, the IBCA also named Large School All-State teams (15 seniors, 15 underclass) and Small School All-State players (15 seniors, 15 underclass).

    Notable local ballers who earned this year’s honors include junior John Michael Mulloy of Carmel (Underclass All-State Supreme 15), senior Chaz Birchfield of Hamilton Southeastern (Large School All-State), seniors Jack Hansen and Zach Munson of Guerin (Senior Honorable Mention) and Carmel junior Andrew Owens and Southeastern sophomore Mabor Majak and junior Noah Smith (Underclass Honorable Mention). 
  • Former NFL player hosting free camp for linemen

    INDIANAPOLIS — Former Colts right guard Dylan Gandy won a Super Bowl with the team in 2007, and now he's giving back.

    Gandy and other former and current NFL players, including former Colt Daniel Muir, are hosting a free lineman football camp Sunday.

    The Trench Game Line Play camp is free for seventh through 12th grade players who want to play offensive or defensive line.

    The camp will be at Grand Park in Westfield. Register at www.proxathlete.com/line-play-registration. 

  • 3/22/2018 

    After a slow start to free agency, the Indianapolis Colts have been busy. 

    This week, the franchise signed offensive lineman Matt Slauson and receiver Ryan Grant, both free agents.

    The addition of the 6-foot-5, 315-pound Slauson may finally help solidify the interior of a line that has struggled to protect quarterback Andrew Luck since he entered the league in 2012. Slauson has played both guard and center.

    The Colts also added defensive lineman Denico Autry and tight end Eric Ebron earlier this week. 

    Indy resigned two of its own players — offensive lineman Jack Mewhort and cornerback Pierre Desir — Thursday, the Associated Press reports.

  • OUT IN THE OPEN: Boone Cave Cardio Run
    3/22/2018 I wanted an adventure. I always forget it never ends well.

    The day started off in an ordinary fashion. In an effort to find something interesting to write about during the dullest month of the year, I had traveled to Owen County to hike in a little-know but gorgeous Nature Conservancy preserve known as Green’s Bluff.

    After a couple of wrong turns, I found the parking lot for the preserve. Actually, it was merely the dead-end of a gravel road with a sign that indicated you had arrived. The roadbed continued onward and after hoisting my too-heavy pack full of camera gear, I headed out toward adventure.

    The day was chilly but sunny, and it felt great to be shambling along the forest path. I reached the split of the loop trail and followed the right-hand path along the bluff. Through the bare trees, I could see that we were a considerable ways above Raccoon creek.
  • 3/22/2018 Noblesville football head coach Jason Simmons is going back to Ben Davis.

    The school approved the hire at Monday’s school board meeting. Simmons, 42, served as Noblesville’s head coach for the last two seasons, where he guided the Millers to a 5-15 record.

    Simmons has also coached at Hamilton Heights, as well as an assistant at Ben Davis from 2006-08. The Giants won their ninth state title last season.
  • 3/22/2018 NEW ALBANY -- Eleven Indiana University East basketball players made the 2017-18 River States Conference Scholar-Athlete Teams – and there is quite the local flavor among the recipients. 

    The RSC Scholar-Athlete Team is for student-athletes who have a grade-point average of 3.25 or higher, participate in an RSC sport and are nominated by their schools.

    Six players from the IU East women's basketball team made the conference Scholar-Athlete list. The IU East men's basketball program led the RSC with five honorees.
  • 3/22/2018 INDIANAPOLIS — IndyCar ended its long history with ABC, electing to move its premiere race, the Indianapolis 500, to NBC starting in 2019, according to the Times news gathering partner WTHR. 

    "WTHR-TV is absolutely thrilled at today's announcement between IndyCar and NBC. As the new, local, over-the-air TV rightsholder for the Indianapolis 500, WTHR-TV now cements its position as the premier television destination for the most celebrated month in Indiana," said Larry Delia, President and General Manager of WTHR and the Dispatch Broadcast Group. "Fans across the state will soon benefit from exclusive coverage, content, and access—and now the race—from only one local television station."

    The 2018 TV schedule has NBC Sports Network airing 12 races with the remainder airing on ABC or ESPN.

    The 103rd Running of the Indianapolis 500 will join the One America Mini Marathon and the IPL 500 Festival Parade on WTHR in May of 2019.
  • Millers ready for Hoosier State Relays
    3/22/2018 The following Noblesville High School girls have qualified for the Indoor Hoosier State Relays Track & Field State Finals at Indiana University this Saturday at 2 p.m. 

    NHS entries:
    Maria Anderson (11) - Ranked second in the long jump. 
    Erika Knieper (11) - Ranked eighth in the pole vault
    Sophie Reichard (10) - Ranked 13th in the 3200m run
    Grace Brisco (11), Sophie Reichard (10), Parker Davis (9) and Marissa Schneider (11) - Ranked 17th in the 4x400m relay
    Aubrie Deal (11), Maria Anderson (11), Bella Sharples-Gordon (9) and Abi Little (12) - ranked third in the 4x800m relay
    Aubrie Deal (11), Maria Anderson (11), Bella Sharples-Gordon (9) and Abi Little (12) - ranked second in the Distance Medley relay. 
  • Largest sports memorabilia show in Indiana to host book signing Saturday
    3/22/2018 INDIANAPOLIS – Hamilton County Pacer fans can meet American Basketball Association legend Bob Netolicky, ABA co-founder Dick Tinkam and sports writer Robin Miller this Saturday as they join the largest sports memorabilia show in Indiana to sign their new tell-all book about life behind the scenes with the ABA Pacers.

    The book signing is scheduled from 10 a.m. to noon at the Fishers American Legion Post 470, located at 9091 E. 125th St. J&J All Star Sportscards will host the event as part of the largest sports card and sports memorabilia show in the state.

    “This book should have been titled ‘The Wild West in Tennis Shoes,’” said co-author and noted sports writer Robin Miller in a press release. “It gives a fly-on-the-wall account of true stories from the behind the scenes that have never been shared publicly before.”
  • Luck awarded Indy Reads HOF honor
    3/22/2018 INDIANAPOLIS — Indy Reads, Central Indiana’s leading adult literacy nonprofit, is proud to announce Andrew Luck, quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts, as the recipient of the 2018 Indy Reads Literacy Hall of Fame Award.

    The award will be presented to Luck at the 20th-annual Alphabet Affair gala on April 21, 2018. The gala — a fundraising benefit for Indy Reads’ literacy programs — will be held at the Indianapolis Central Library.

    The Indy Reads Literacy Hall of Fame Award is given to a member of the Indianapolis community who champions and promotes the cause of literacy in significant and long-lasting ways. Luck was chosen as an honoree for his work with The Andrew Luck Book Club, an online book club where he shares the joy of reading with others.

    “We are thrilled to honor Andrew and to say thank you for all of his work to get people excited about reading,” said Indy Reads Chief Executive Officer Ryan King. “Andrew’s enthusiasm for great books and sharing those stories can help inspire others to learn and read along, and build those literacy skills we believe are the foundation for success.”
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