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WARREN CENTRAL T&F SECTIONAL FINALS

May 22, 2015 • Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference
1) Warren Central 182 2) Franklin Central 107.33 3) Greenfield-Central 92 4) Roncalli 48 5) Shelbyville 38 6) New Palestine 33.33 7) Indianapolis Howe Communi More

DECATUR CENTRAL BOYS T&F TEAM FINALS

May 22, 2015 • Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference
  1) Ben Davis                  165.50  2) Pike            &nb More

NORTH CENTRAL BOYS T&F TEAM SCORES

May 22, 2015 • Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference
1) North Central 133 2) Lawrence Central 105.5 3) Indianapolis Cathedral 94.5 More

SECTIONAL TRACK AND FIELD TEAM SCORES

May 22, 2015 • Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference
At Columbus North Team scores: Center Grove 161, Columbus North 126, Whiteland 77, Columbus East 75, Franklin 73, Indian Creek 45, Greenwood 32, Southwestern (Shelby) 19, Waldron 9, Hauser 3, Greenwood Christian 3. More

BASEBALL FINALS

May 22, 2015 • Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference
New Palestine 3, Greenwood 0. Beech Grove 7, Mooresville 5 Franklin Central 11, Terre Haute South 10. Decautr Central 4, Perry Meridian 2. Cardinal Ritter 9, Heritage Christian 8. Lawrence North 3, Center Grove 0. Traders Point 11, Indiana Deaf. More

BOYS GOLF FINALS

May 22, 2015 • by troy derengowski • Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference
Park Tudor 160, Lawrence North 176. Center Grove 149, Brownsburg 154. Lawrence Central 168, Warren Central 201. Ben Davis 151, North Central 158. Plainfield 309, Franklin 313.   Hamilton Co More

AREA SOFTBALL SCORES

May 22, 2015 • Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference
Center Grove 1, Decatur Central 0. New Palestine 11, Lutheran 1 (5 inn.) Franklin Central 12, Lawrence North 2 (5 inn.) Pike 18, Aresenal Tech 0 (5 inn.) Greenfield-Central 5, Carmel 2. Avon 4, Perry Meridian 0. New Castle 6, Mt. Vernon 3 Ca More

GIRLS TENNIS SECTIONAL SCORES

May 22, 2015 • Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference
Sectional scores At Southport Perry Meridian 4, Scecina 1. Southport 3, Decatur Central 2.   At Ben Davis More

TENNIS SECTIONAL FINALS

May 21, 2015 • Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference
At Lawrence North Lawrence North 4, Lawrence Central 1. Heritage Christian 5, Warren Central 0.   At North Ce More

SOFTBALL FINALS

May 21, 2015 • Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference
Crispus Attucks 13, Broad Ripple 1 (5 inn.). Fishers 2, Pendleton Heights 0. Guerin Catholic 9, Lawrence North 6 (10 inn.) More

BOYS GOLF FINALS

May 21, 2015 • Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference
Beech Grove 193, Shortridge 204. Bishop Chatard 155, Guerin Catholic 159. Brownsburg 151, Cathedral 153. Park Tudor 167, Ben Davis 167, Pike 172 (Park Tudor wins on fifth man score). Perry Meridian 149, Franklin Central 161, Decatur Central 177. Southport 1 More

BASEBALL FINALS

May 21, 2015 • Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference
Cardinal Ritter 5, Decatur Central 4 (8 inn.). Carmel 4, Warren Central 1. Cathedral 7, Bishop Chatard 0. Greenfield-Cent More

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American Family ALL-USA Central Indiana high school athletes of the week

May 18, 2015 • USA TODAY High School Sports
1 singles championship in the Hoosier Crossroads Conference tournament, leading the Orioles to their first-ever HCC team championship in the sport. • In boys' track, No. 4 Hamilton Southeastern got meet record performances by Francis Ehigbai (high jump ... More

How good is Indiana's high school hoops Class of 2017?

May 3, 2015 • Indianapolis Star
The more I see of the 2017 class in Indiana – including Fort Wayne Snider's 6-11 Malik Williams this weekend – the more I like its elite players at the top and overall depth. This class could be similar, potentially perhaps even better, than the 2012 ... More

Top high school basketball players descend on Central Indiana this week

Apr 23, 2015 • Indianapolis Star
A number of top high school basketball prospects will be in town this weekend for the second stop on the Adidas Gauntlet series, which coincides with the second evaluation period of the spring for college coaches. Best Choice Fieldhouse in Fishers will ... More

Stage collapses at Indiana high school

Apr 24, 2015 • WWMT-TV
INDIANA - More than a dozen students at an Indiana high school were treated for injuries after a stage collapse during a performance. One-minute student performers were dancing and singing. The next, they were in need of help. The accident happened ... More

ICGSA weekly softball poll

May 5, 2015 • Indianapolis Star
The Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association released its weekly top 10 high school softball poll, with rating points, today: CLASS 4A. 1. Penn 115. 2. Crown Point 98. 3.Portage 89. 4.Center Grove 86. 5. Hamilton SE 83. 6. Lake Central 81. 7. More

American Family ALL-USA Central Indiana high school players of week

Apr 27, 2015 • Indianapolis Star
Top Central Indiana high school performances from the past week: • Center Grove won both the boys' and girls' Johnson County track championships. The second-ranked Trojans boys got victories from Grant Stapelton in the 800- and 1,600-meter runs and a ... More

Southern Indiana softball dominates state ranks

Apr 23, 2015 • USA TODAY High School Sports
Softball, if the polls and state leaders are accurate, is one of the stronger spring sports in Southern Indiana. Borden is ranked No. 8 in Class A, Henryville is No. 2 in 2-A and Providence is No. 5 while Floyd Central is earning attention in the 4-A ... More

Notebook | New sectionals impact local teams

May 7, 2015 • USA TODAY High School Sports
Borden has been moved into Class A Sectional 61 for the boys and girls basketball sectionals by the Indiana High School Athletic Association. The Braves will compete in a six-team tournament that also includes Crothersville, Medora, Trinity Lutheran ... More

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