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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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High School Results, May 14

May 14, 2015 • Indianapolis Star
Boys Track and Field. Hoosier Heritage Conference. Team scores: Mt. Vernon 148, Greenfield-Central 129.5, Pendleton Heights 85, Yorktown 71, Delta 56, New Palestinen 54.5, Shelbyville 49, New Castle 29. Girls Tennis. International 3, Crispus Attucks 2 ... More

Conference tuneup goes to Trojans

May 14, 2015 • Richmond
Richmond travels to Coyote Crossings Golf Course in Lafayette Saturday for the North Central Conference tournament, while New Castle, a former NCC member, plays at the Muncie Elks for the Hoosier Heritage Conference tournament. “I think it's a down ... More

Thursday's HS sports results

Apr 16, 2015 • Muncie Star Press
Rebecca Hollowell led the Bearcats, winning No. 1 singles 6-0, 6-0. Alissa Kunczt and Meredith Sharkey teamed up to win No. 1 doubles 7-5, 6-3 for Burris. No. 23 Delta knocked off Hoosier Heritage Conference foe Greenfield-Central in its season opener. 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

Football Announces 2015 Recruiting Class

Feb 4, 2015 • BallStateSports.com
Ball State fifth-year head football coach Pete Lembo announced the 2015 recruiting class on the school's live web show on www.ballstatesports.com Wednesday morning. This year's recruiting class features 24 student-athletes from nine different states ... More

Spegal breaks record in Delta loss

Nov 7, 2014 • Muncie Star Press
The four-game stretch also included a loss on a late field goal against Hoosier Heritage Conference rival Mt. Vernon. The loss to the Marauders put the Eagles at 2-3, a rare sub-.500 record for the proud program. But Delta then turned in three ... More

Delta gets to Preston early, splits with Yorktown

Apr 18, 2015 • Muncie Star Press
Preston was dominant with 12 strikeouts in six innings, but Delta's Tate Stone laced an RBI single in the first inning and that held up to give the Eagles a 1-0 victory in the first game of a Hoosier Heritage Conference doubleheader at Ball State's ... More

Sanders Jewelry celebrates its Diamond Anniversary

Jan 31, 2015 • Shelbynews
Originally purchased on February 1, 1955, Charles “Charlie” and Betty Sanders, both originally from Lafayette, were advised by Charles Sanders's uncle, “Uncle Gary,” to purchase the store in Shelbyville after visiting numerous jewelry stores that were ... More

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