The Westfield boys basketball team took on the No. 2 ranked Greyhounds Saturday night, losing by a score of 76-50. The Rocks were led in scoring by Zach Banks and Braden Smith, with 17 and 15 points respectively. The schedule doesn’t get any easier, as the Rocks travel to take on another top ranked opponent in the HSE Royals next Friday.

Fishers girls fall
The Fishers girls basketball team lost to a very talented North Central team on Saturday night by a score of 65-51. The Panthers used a 24-11 2nd quarter to build their lead and the Tigers were never able to close the gap. Tamia Perryman had a solid game for the Tigers with 10 points, 6 rebounds, and 5 assists. Katie Burton led FHS in scoring with 17. The Tigers return to action Friday as they travel to Brownsburg for a 6:00 Varsity start followed by the Boys game.

University wins Pioneer Conference swim meet
For the first time in history, the University boys swimming team was determined to be the champions of the Pioneer conference.
The boys won 8 out of 11 swimming events throughout the meet. Champion titles were earned by the 200 medley relay team of Keegan Priest, Cole Reinholt, Cordell Wilson, and Hayden Suarez-Davis; Cole Reinholt in the 200 IM and 100 breast; Hayden Suarez-Davis in the 50 free; Keegan Priest in the 100 fly and 100 back; the 200 free relay team of Hayden Suarez-Davi, Asher Whitcomb, Cordell Wilson, and Austin Clark; and the 400 free relay team of Asher Whitcomb, Austin Clark, Cole Reinholt, and Keegan Priest.
UHS now holds PAAC records in 5 events. 4 of those records were set. Priest, Reinholt, Wilson, and Suarez-Davis beat the 200 medley relay record (now 1:52.08). Priest also broke his own records in the 100 fly (55.63) and 100 back (57.27). Additionally, Reinholt broke his own record in the 100 breast (1:10.17). The fifth record is the 500 free, which is still held by Brody Davison '17.
Every swimmer on the team scored in at least one event. Additionally, there were plenty of best times!
Ari Atlas dropped half a second in his 50 breast split (37.38).
Wilson dropped a second in his 200 free.
Christian Moore dropped an impressive 12 seconds in his 200 free (3:05.83)!
Clark dropped .2 in his 100 free in a great race (59.31).
Eli Beheler destroyed his 500 free, dropping 35 seconds (7:43.61).
The 200 free relays led to best splits from Atlas (-.2, 27.70), Ethan Bandick (-2.5, 29.65), Gordon Bradley (-.5, 32.7), Coghlin Kumler (-.3, 26.57), and Whitcomb (-.4, 26.29).
Atlas was a second and a half faster than his best 100 free relay split (1:05.13).
Bradley wrecked his previous best 100 relay split by seven seconds (1:13.52).
The Trailblazers will compete next at the Schools with No Pools Invitational hosted by Brebeuf at the IUPUI Natatorium on January 22nd.

HSE boys lose
Hamilton Southeaster fell to Warren Central 58-37 Saturday in boys basketball. The Royals had a rough night from the field and couldn't find enough offense to pull off the victory. The Royals were led by Chris Grubbs with 13 points followed by Kole Hornbuckle with 12 points and 8 rebounds.

Millers nab one individual champion
The Noblesville Millers Swimming & Dving Team competed in the Hoosier Crossroad Conference (HCC) meet Saturday at Fishers High School. The Wolfpack had an individual conference champion with Sammy Huff in the 100 breast stroke. With their first full week back at school, the Millers have away meets on Tuesday (North Central), Thursday (Zionsville) and a home meet against Brownsburg on Saturday. The girls finished fifth overall and the boys were seventh. Hamilton Southeastern took first on the boys side and Fishers won the girls meet.