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Locals make IFCA, AP All-State football teams

December 3, 2012 • Hancock County Sports

Tyler Dicks, Andy Spears and Tristan Blanton from Mt. Vernon and Eastern Hancock's Spencer Gilbert were all named First-Team All-State by one of the two major statewide organizations this week.   More »

FB 1A SECT. 37: Eastern Hancock falls 35-19 to #6 Scecina & MIFC roundup

November 3, 2012 • Hancock County Sports

Thomas Allgood runs for two TDs as defending state runner-up Crusaders never trail in Class A Sectional 37 championship victory. Also, take a peek at the other MIFC games from Friday.   More »

FB 1A SECT. 37 title preview: Eastern Hancock at #6 Scecina

November 2, 2012 • by Andrew Smith • Hancock County Sports

A full preview of the IHSAA Class A Sectional 37 football championship game between the Royals (6-5) and the defending 1A state runner-up host Crusaders (8-3)   More »

LISTEN TO EH & MV SECTIONAL TITLE GAMES

November 2, 2012 • Hancock County Sports

Both the Eastern Hancock and Mt. Vernon sectional title games will be available here Friday night! Here are the links to follow.   More »

FB Sectional Week 2: Mid-Indiana Football Conference roundup

October 27, 2012 • by Andrew Smith • Hancock County Sports

Three MIFC teams still alive after second round of sectional play as Indian Creek, Eastern Hancock, and Milan will play for titles next weekend   More »

Marauders, Royals, Cougars move on in sectional

October 27, 2012 • Hancock County Sports

Mt. Vernon broke away in the second half to a 40-21 victory over New Palestine. Eastern Hancock upset unbeaten Hagerstown 42-14. Greenfield-Central held off Muncie Central 21-14.   More »

FB: Class A Sectional 37 semifinal preview

October 26, 2012 • by Andrew Smith • Hancock County Sports

Knightstown hosts #6 Indianapolis Scecina, Eastern Hancock visits Northeastern   More »

FB Sectional Week 1: Mid-Indiana Football Conference roundup

October 20, 2012 • by Andrew Smith • Hancock County Sports

Four of the five teams in the MIFC remain alive after first-round sectional action, with Eastern Hancock pulling off a big upset in Sectional 37. Indian Creek & Milan also rolled along.   More »

Friday Night's Sectional Football Matchup - Hamilton Heights at West Lafayette

October 19, 2012 • West Lafayette Jr.-Sr. High School

Hamilton Heights (8-1) at West Lafayette (6-3) Time: 7:30 p.m.    More »

FB: Class A Sectional 37 preview

October 18, 2012 • by Andrew Smith • Hancock County Sports

A look at Class A's Sectional 37   More »

Hancock County, HHC & MIFC football sectional pairings

October 8, 2012 • by Andrew Smith • Hancock County Sports

Sectional pairings for the Hancock County, HHC and MIFC schools, with analysis of the Hancock County schools' sectionals. Mt. Vernon will travel to New Palestine; Greenfield-Central travels to Muncie Central and Eastern Hancock hosts Hagerstown.   More »

FB 10/5: Saturday Morning QB: Mid-Indiana Football Conference roundup

October 6, 2012 • Hancock County Sports

North Decatur wins the 'Civil War' in Decatur County in the only MIFC conference game; Indian Creek and Milan again successful in non-conference play   More »

Friday football roundup: MV wins HHC title, NP dominates

October 5, 2012 • by Andrew Smith • Hancock County Sports

Mt. Vernon won its first Hoosier Heritage Conference championship since 2003 with a shutout of Delta. New Palestine dominated in a 47-7 victory over Greenfield-Central. Eastern Hancock fell to Shenandoah 31-7.   More »

FB 9/28 Saturday Morning QB: MIFC roundup

September 29, 2012 • by Andrew Smith • Hancock County Sports

Indian Creek clinches Mid-Indiana Football Conference title with wild 39-35 victory over North Decatur; Eastern Hancock and Milan also victorious   More »

Friday football roundup: MV stays perfect in HHC

September 29, 2012 • by Andrew Smith • Hancock County Sports

Mt. Vernon stayed perfect in the Hoosier Heritage Conference with a convincing 54-13 victory over Greenfield-Central. Eastern Hancock also won, while New Palestine dropped a late lead to Shelbyville.   More »

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