As is customary when it’s on the line, the Victory Bell sat at mid-court as the Triton Central and Morristown girls’ basketball teams warmed up on Wednesday.
From left, Chris Polzin, director of racing, Randy Smith, Sammy Mendez and daughter Vanessa, Vicki Mendez, Julieta, and Eric Halstrom, vice president and general manager of racing at Indiana Grand.
When football season started across the state of Indiana in August, Brady Days figured concerns about playing a full basketball season would be alleviated by the end of football.
He was the third longest shot on the board, but his performance was the best on the track as Uphold and Angel Rodriguez scored the upset in the inaugural running of the $100,000 Unreachable Star Stakes Wednesday, Oct. 28 to close out Indiana Champions Day at Indiana Grand.
VEVAY — A cool and rainy Friday night saw the Triton Central football team defeat the Switzerland County Pacers 50-0 in the opening round of the IHSAA Football Tournament.
SHELBYVILLE – When the New Castle High School football team traveled to Shelbyville back on Sept. 11, its 55-0 win over the host Golden Bears was the Trojans’ largest shutout victory in 87 years.
When Hallie Schweitzer crossed the finish line at the Shelbyville Invitational earlier this season, the Triton Central sophomore had a giant grin on her face.
There was a sense of both relief and joy as Ray Basile spoke at the conclusion of Saturday’s volleyball sectional championship at Covenant Christian.
INDIANAPOLIS — The Triton Central Lady Tigers soccer team took the field Thursday night against the Lutheran Saints for their opening game in the sectional round of play in the IHSAA Girls Soccer Tournament at Park Tudor High School.
First, they were team Sectional Champions. Now, Layton Stieneker and Matthew Bunton are individual division Sectional Champions, joining the elite group of 16 teams left for regional action.
FORTVILLE — The Shelbyville boys’ soccer team took on the Richmond Red Devils in semifinal action of the Mt. Vernon Sectional on Wednesday night. The Golden Bears cruised past RHS, 5-0.
FAIRLAND — Triton Central is coming off an emotional win over its conference rival Scecina Memorial (21-14) last Friday night. The win marked the Tigers’ first victory over the Crusaders in their last six tries. The win also brought TC’s record to 5-1, including a 3-1 mark in the Indiana Cro…
Center Grove has established itself as a tennis dynasty over recent years. Despite having three varsity players out due to COVID-19 quarantine, the Trojans’ roster is deep and they are difficult to get by, regardless of who they use. The Shelbyville boys’ tennis team fell to the talented gro…
BEECH GROVE — The annual Scecina Memorial and Triton Central game is something that both teams always look forward to each season. The teams have had single-digit endings the last two times they have met. The Crusaders escaped with an 8-7 victory over the Tigers last October, and this past F…
The Class 2A No. 6 Triton Central volleyball team beat New Palestine in five sets on Thursday at home. TC won 25-20, 22-25, 24-26, 25-21, 15-12 in a highly competitive match.
Shelbyville head coach Ben Purvis felt a sense of relief. After his Golden Bears claimed the program’s first Hoosier Heritage Conference title since 2009 on Tuesday against Pendleton Heights, Purvis could finally breathe.
With just a few weeks left until the IHSAA Football Selection Show, both Triton Central and Shelbyville will look to finish the last part of the season on a high note heading into sectional play.
The Triton Central volleyball team claimed the Indiana Crossroads Conference title Tuesday. The Tigers beat Indianapolis Scecina 3-1 to finish their conference slate with an undefeated record (7-0).
YORKTOWN — After three weeks of scoreless football, Shelbyville was able to put points on the board Friday on the road at Yorktown. The Tigers tacked on 20 points in the second and third quarters, however, en route to a 46-9 victory over the Golden Bears.
The Southwestern soccer team tied the school record for wins in a season Friday. The No. 12 Spartans beat No. 9 Central Christian 4-2 to move to 13-1 this season.
The Shelbyville tennis team had difficulty on its road trip to Greenwood Thursday, coming out of the match with only one win in the 1-4 loss to the Woodmen, who completed regular season play at 15-3.
FAIRLAND — Ray Basile has had some serious talent during his tenure at Triton Central. But the longtime volleyball coach said this might be his most versatile team to date.
The Waldron volleyball team improved to 10-7 overall and 2-1 in the Mid-Hoosier Conference on Tuesday in a 3-0 win over South Decatur. The Mohawks beat the Cougars 25-18, 25-12, 26-24.
FAIRLAND — Jaxon Miller genuinely cares about his teammates. More than anything, he wants them to succeed. He wants them to know that special feeling – that feeling you get when you accomplish a goal you have worked so hard to achieve.
Although young, Taylor Meredith is sharp. He is a clever and dedicated leader. But his most impressive quality as a head coach might be his competitiveness.