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  • HSE squeaks out state title victory
    6/18/2019 INDIANAPOLIS – The Hamilton Southeastern Royals are class 4A state champions for the first time in school history. The win could not have come in more dramatic fashion Monday night. The Royals scored the game-winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning after a Columbus East throwing error allowed Anthony Eggers to scurry home. When he touched the plate, it broke a 2-2 tie and gave the Royals the state title in front of 3,941 at Victory field Monday night.
    Head coach Jeremey Sassanella who in his first season as the Royals coach was able to guide the team to a state championship. After the game, Sassanella spoke about the championship win.
    “I told the kids the first day I met them that they decide who we become,” Sassanella said. “Over the course of the season they bought in to that, and here we stand as state champs. I’m rarely at a loss for words, but I can’t put into words how proud I am for our kids, for our community and the HSE family.”
  • University baseball claims first state title
    6/18/2019 University High School had to wait longer than anticipated to redeem itself in the IHSAA Class A state championship baseball game. The Trailblazers not only battled the Washington Township Senators but the elements as well as they were crowned the 2019 class A state champions by defeating the Senators 4-1 Monday night at Victory Field in Indianapolis. 
  • Speidel named Indiana Soccer Player of the Year
    6/17/2019 

    Every year Gatorade honors all athletes from all across the country as they hand out their annual “player of the year” awards to both boys and girls in all 50 states across 11 sports. In total the company honors 607 student athletes.

    For the state of Indiana, senior Emily Speidel took home the “player of the year” in girls’ soccer. By winning the award, she is now a finalist in the girls’ soccer national player of the year which will be announced later this month. Seidel is the sixth soccer player from Carmel to earn this award.

    Head coach Frank Dixon spoke on what Seidel has meant to the program over the past four seasons. “

    “She has been a one-of-a-kind kid,” he said. “It’s pretty rare that you get someone like her whose primary responsibility is to defend, to be able to have such a great offensive game as well. She was on the varsity team from the time she arrived here, playing as part-time starter her freshman and sophomore year. Then she became a full-time starter for us and the rest is history.”

  • 6/12/2019 

    Carmel – The Carmel boy’s golf team is officially back-to-back state champions. The Greyhounds won in dominating fashion Wednesday at Prairie View Golf Club in Carmel. The team shot a two day total of 588 as second place Center Grove, and Noblesville finished 17 strokes back. Carmel positioned themselves to run away with the championship as they stayed consistent throughout the day, shooting just one over par as a team.

    Senior Nick Dentino finished four the meet at four under par and tied Noblesville’s Clay Merchant for the individual medal. Junior Luke Prall finished tied for sixth place at two over par.

    The Millers finished the meet with a team score of 605. Merchant coming into the day sat at even par, but had a strong showing shooting a 68 and was able to move up the leaderboards. Senior Jacob Deakyne finished tied for 19th while fellow senior Joe Whallon finished tied for 21st.

  • Greyhound Bark Becomes Bulldog Bite
    6/12/2019 

    Going from high school to college basketball isn’t likely to be a walk in the park for most players.

    But Carmel’s John-Michael Mulloy just might be an exception as he prepares to suit up for the next level at Butler University.

    “I think it’ll be an easy transition for him. I think he’ll continue to get better at Butler. He knows his strengths and he will play to them,’’ said Ryan Osborn, his high school coach the past two seasons.

    The three-year starter for the Greyhounds already has a lot of tools and they were on display in last Saturday’s Indiana-Kentucky All-Star Game at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. He put on quite a show in Indiana’s 120-74 rout.

  • 6/12/2019 

    Carmel – The Carmel boy’s golf team is looking for another state championship, and they are in good position to do just that as they sit in first place after day one at the IHSAA state championship which took place at Prairie View Golf Club in Carmel Tuesday.

    The Greyhounds shot a 299 which resulted an 11-over par for the day. Senior Nick Dentino led the Greyhounds as he shot a 2-under 70 on the day. Carmel has three of their five golfers in the top ten. Dentino is tied with Peru’s Kash Bellar for the individual lead.

    Noblesville currently sits in third place as they shot a 17-over par. Clay Merchant led the way for the Millers as he shot an even par 72. Senior Jacob Deakyne looks to medal for the third time in his high school career at the state meet. He currently sits at six over par and tied for 33.

  • 6/11/2019 

    Noblesville native Conor Daly finished 11th in Saturday’s DXC Technology 600 at Texas Motor Speedway, his first NTT IndyCar Series race since the Indianapolis 500.

    Carlin Racing called Daly to substitute for Max Chilton after the British driver backed away from oval racing citing risk management. Daly qualified 19th in the No. 59 Gallagher Chevrolet and managed to keep his car clean, finishing 11th in his first race at TMS since 2017.

    "I think we can be super happy with that result for the No. 59 Gallagher Carlin Chevrolet,” said Daly. “We had a bit of a slow start. I just really struggled at the beginning of the first stint, but once we changed to the second set of tires we just kept going faster and faster and were able to get into the lead group even though we were a lap down.”

  • 6/11/2019 Jasper – The University baseball team advances to the state championship of the Class A tournament by defeating Tecumseh by a final score of 4-1 on Saturday. This marks back to back seasons in which the Trailblazers will be playing for the state title. The team fell just short last season, losing to Daleville in the title game last season.
  • 6/11/2019 

    Plymouth – The Hamilton Southeastern baseball team will be making its first appearance in school history when they play in the Class 4A state championship game. The team defeated Mishawaka by a final score of 4-2 on Saturday to advance to the championship,

    Head coach Jeremy Sassanella spoke on how special this opportunity really is,

    “These kids have been together and played together a long time,” he said. “It’s been a dream of theirs to have the chance to play for a state title. This just shows the culmination of their hard work, and it’s an honor to represent Hamilton Southeastern, the city of Fishers and I think this is a tremendous opportunity for our program moving forward.”

     
  • Carmel doubles win state
    6/11/2019 

    Indianapolis – The Carmel tennis duo of Leila Antony and Lauren Littell were crowned doubles state champions after they defeated Abby Myers and Margo Throop of Evansville Memorial 6-0, 6-2 on Saturday to claim the state title.

    The pair capped off a perfect 20-0 season and became the seventh duo in team history to be crowned state champions.

    Head coach Bryan Hanan believed from day one, that these two could be special.

    “I told them from day one that they had the chance to win a state championship,” Hanan said. “They both have similar attitudes, they hate to even lose a point during a match and that’s why I think they are able to gel so well on the court.”

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