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It's official: New Castle to join HHC

Jun 10, 2013 • Hancock County Sports
New Castle became the eighth HHC member Monday night when its school board voted to accept the conference's invitation. More

Dragon baseball moves to 3A for next 2 years

Jun 2, 2013 • New Palestine High School
New Palestine's baseball program will join the volleyball team in competing in Class 3A the next two years. The softball team could join them depending on the outcome of the state tournament. More

Local baseball tournament pairings

May 28, 2013 • Hancock County Sports
Local baseball teams' tournament pairings More

Monday baseball: Irving's arm, bat put G-C in title game

May 27, 2013 • Hancock County Sports
Curtiss Irving threw a one-hit shutout and hit a two-run homer to propel Greenfield-Central into the sectional title game at Pendleton Heights. More

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The Sideline: 4/16/15

Apr 15, 2015 • Greenfield Daily Reporter
Lake Central, 5. New Palestine, 6. Portage, 7. Hamilton Southeastern, 8. Bloomington South, 9. Harrison West Lafayette, 10. Decatur Central. Of note: Greenfield-Central, Shelbyville and New Castle of the Hoosier Heritage Conference also received votes. More

All-HHC football team announced

Dec 2, 2014 • Muncie Star Press
Yorktown had five players named to the All-Hoosier Heritage Conference team. OL Anthony Todd, WR Riley Miller, QB Riley Neal, LB Jacob Preston and DB Carson Moore each represented the Tigers on the team. Delta had four honorees, with OL Kaleb ... More

Star Press Fall Athletes of the Year

Dec 21, 2014 • Muncie Star Press
The performance: Denney helped guide New Castle to its first undefeated regular season in school history, including running the table in its first season in the Hoosier Heritage Conference. She finished her career with 131 goals, the most in school ... More

Central falls at Anderson

Dec 19, 2014 • Muncie Star Press
No Yorktown (3-3, 1-1 Hoosier Heritage Conference) player hit double-figures in the low-scoring affair, with Caleb Morey leading the way with nine points. Riley Neal grabbed 11 rebounds. •Union County 55, Winchester 54: One-win Union County stunned ... More

Yorktown grinds out win vs. rival Delta

Dec 12, 2014 • Muncie Star Press
All in all, it meant a workmanlike 51-40 win, one not quite as close as the final score, for a 1-0 start in the Hoosier Heritage Conference. The defending champion Tigers (3-1) managed to go up 8-0 to start the game, and actually opened the third ... More

Central falls to one of top teams in state

Jan 24, 2015 • Muncie Star Press
Delta picked up its first Hoosier Heritage Conference win of the season with a 43-34 victory against Shelbyville. Ericka Pursley led the way, scoring 16 points. Teaghan Dishman added 11 points and a team-high seven rebounds. Winchester bested Cowan ... More

Wapahani tops Blue River in key MEC tilt

Jan 3, 2015 • Muncie Star Press
•Shelbyville 63, Yorktown 55: Despite a high-scoring fourth quarter that saw 52 combined points, Yorktown could not keep up and fell to 1-2 in Hoosier Heritage Conference play. The Tigers (4-4, 1-2) led by five after the first quarter, but the Golden ... More

High School Results, January 17

Jan 17, 2015 • Indianapolis Star
Westfield 63, Lafayette Jeff 57. Notable: Charlie Warner (W) 25 points. Johnson County Tournament. At Greenwood. Fifth place: Franklin 69, Edinburgh 61. Third place: Indian Creek 74, Greenwood 38. Championship: Center Grove 55, Whiteland 35 ... Hoosier ... More

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