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  • 12/9/2018 The Westfield boys’ basketball team put on an offensive show Saturday night, beating the New Palestine Dragons by a score of 73-63. Zach Banks had a special night, dropping 41 points on the Dragons, while adding 7 rebounds. Caleb Welch chipped in 13 points and 6 rebounds to help the Rocks win the game. The Rocks are back in action next Friday when Noblesville comes to town.

    Fishers boys take down Columbus North
    The Fisher Varsity Boys Basketball team was back in action on the road Saturday to face the Columbus North Bull Dogs. The Tigers defeated the Bull Dogs with a final score of 60-57.
    In the 1st quarter, both teams battled back and forth with the Bull Dogs up by one point at the end of the quarter 15-14. In the 2nd quarter, the Tigers found their stride by stepping up their defense and holding Columbus North to just 10 points in the quarter. The Tigers regained the lead 28-25 going into halftime. In the 3rd quarter, the Bull Dogs made a run of their own and tied the game up 45-45 at the end of the quarter.
  • Noblesville tops Anderson 73-66
    12/9/2018 The Millers (2-2) took on the Anderson Indians (3-2) on Saturday night at The Mill in Noblesville and the Millers got their second win of the season, beating Anderson 73-66.
  • Millers fall to third-ranked Carmel in nail-biter

    Noblesville’s varsity boys basketball team (1-2) took on the third-ranked team in the state, the Carmel Greyhounds (4-0), on Friday night at The Mill in Noblesville. The Millers were defeated 45-40 in a back-and-fourth match-up that wasn’t decided until the final seconds of the game.

    The Millers started off shooting well—making most of their shots to open the game. With 3:17 left to play in the first quarter, the score was 10-6 and the Greyhounds, who hadn’t gotten the start they were looking for, were forced to call a timeout to regroup.

    By the end of the first quarter the score was tied 14-14.

  • 12/6/2018 The Hamilton Southeaster wrestlers were back to full strength for the first time this season with all 14 Varsity starters in the line-up and the result was a 41-26 win over the #20 ranked Zionsville Eagles Wednesday. The Royals were led by junior wrestlers Sam Crousore, Jake Simone, Reece Luhmann, Jackson Williams, Ronan Hiner, and Andrew Irick as well as Seniors Luke Ferren and Crae Kunkleman who all won their matches with bonus points.
    The Royals got the night started right with a first period fall at 113 from #11 ranked Jake Simone to take a 6-0 lead. The Eagles raced back winning the next 4 matches in a row, including a pin by #6 Ranked Logan Wagner at 132. Then the Royals turned the tide back their way by getting a big win from Junior Reece Luhmann at 145 before his classmates, Jackson Williams and Ronan Hiner got big falls at 152 and 160 respectively.
    Zionsville won back to back matches to regain the lead 26-21 before the Royals hammered the door shut the rest of the way starting with Senior Luke Ferren in his Varsity Wrestling Debut, Ferren recorded a first period fall before Junior Andrew Irick, ranked #6 in his weight class, dominated his way to a first period fall as well.
  • 12/6/2018 A trio of big scorers headlines the winners in this week’s IBCA/Subway Player of the Week program.
    North Posey junior Josiah Ricketts poured in 42 points in his only game of the week, while Blackford sophomore Luke Brown and Marquette Catholic senior Colin Kenney each topped 40 in a game to pace the honorees in the recognition program coordinated by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association.
    That group is joined by North Judson sophomore Lilliann Frasure, Lawrence North sophomore Jayla Smith and Springs Valley junior Jewel McCormick as recipients for the week of Nov. 26-Dec. 1.
    Kenney and Frasure are respective boys and girls honorees for District 1. Brown and Smith are winners for District 2. Ricketts and McCormick received accolades for District 3.
    The 6-0 Ricketts tallied a career-high 42 points with nine rebounds and five steals as the North Posey boys claimed a 69-63 victory over Mt. Vernon (Posey) in their season opener. Ricketts made 12-of-22 field goals, 4-of-9 3-pointers and 14-of-17 free throws in finishing just shy of the school record of 45 points set by Kelly Williams in the 1978-79 season.
  • 12/5/2018 NEW CASTLE – Eighteen men have been named to the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame’s 2019 Silver Anniversary Team, based on outstanding accomplishments as a senior basketball player 25 years ago.
    The team includes 10 members named to the 1994 Indiana All-Star squad. Eight other all-state players are included to recognize the top of Indiana’s high school class of 1994.
    1994 Indiana All-Stars include Mr. Basketball Bryce Drew along with Tim Bishop, Scott Combs, Tige Darner, Sean Daugherty, Brien Hanley, Shane Miller, Lee Nailon, Bonzi Wells and LaDrell Whitehead.
  • 12/5/2018 Noblesville split a boys and girls swimming and diving meet Tuesday evening with Lawrence North High School. The NHS girls defeated Lawrence handily (118-67) but the boys meet was tied going into their last event. They were defeated 96-90. The LNHS boys won the final relay and squeaked by. Individual event winners for Noblesville were: Gillian Cripe in the 200 free; Cam Kramer in the 200 IM and 500 free; Sammy Huff in the 50 free and 100 fly; Evan Diamente in the 50 free and 100 fly; Caitlin Marshall in the 100 free; Jack Wolfred in the 100 free and 100 breast stroke; and Abby Harvey in the 100 breast stroke. The Miller swimmers and divers return to action on Tuesday at Fishers HS Natatorium.
  • 12/4/2018 EDGEWOOD, KY. – After the best start to a season since the 2012-2013 girls’ team, the Hamilton Southeastern girls’ basketball team lost for the first time this season on Saturday, falling to Ryle High School from Kentucky 57-49 and moving to 10-1 on the season.
    The 49 points scored against Ryle is the lowest scoring total from the Lady Royals so far this season. Sydney Parrish led Hamilton Southeastern in points with 17 while also adding six rebounds. Amaya Hamilton added 10 for the Lady Royals in addition to four rebounds and one assist.

    HSE grabs fourth-straight win
    FORT WAYNE – The Hamilton Southeastern boys’ basketball team improved to 4-0 this season after a 34-point victory over Fort Wayne North Side on Saturday, 78-44.
    The Royals trailed at the end of the first quarter 17-15 and held on to a small lead at halftime, 30-27. But, a 32-6 run in the third quarter allowed Hamilton Southeastern to hold on to the lead for the remainder of the game. Four players for the Royals finished in double-digit scoring: Aaron Etherington led the team in points with 15 and Chris Grubbs, Landon Morris and Mabor Majak all finished with 10.
    Hamilton Southeastern will look to move to 5-0 with a home game against North Central on Friday at 7:30 p.m.
  • Waddell, Williamson inducted into Hamilton County Hall of Fame
    12/2/2018 On Nov. 24, at the Hamilton Heights vs. Mt. Vernon boy's basketball game, Phil Waddell and Andy Williamson were honored for their induction into the Hamilton County Hall of Fame. Pictured are both inductees and their respective presenters (Dave Nicholson to Phil Waddell and Arnie Cooper to Andy Williamson).
  • Millers boys basketball falls 54-36 to Fishers
    11/30/2018 The Noblesville Millers varsity boys basketball team (1-1) took on the Fishers Tigers (2-1) in a home conference game on Friday night. The Millers lost 54-36.
    The first quarter was low-scoring—with each team only putting up three points.
    The Millers second quarter didn’t get off to a much better start. The Millers were able to score just one-point in the first four minutes of the second quarter and scoring just three more in the final four minutes.
    At half-time, Fishers led the Millers 14-9.
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