Triton Central senior Alex Crouse ended his high school tennis career Saturday at the Fishers Regional. Franklin County’s Jack Stirn beat Crouse 6-0, 6-0. Stirn eventually won the championship match, topping Southmont’s Adam Cox 2-6, 6-0, 6-1. Crouse helped the Triton Central tennis team win…

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The Waldron volleyball team won its first sectional championship in school history Saturday at Edinburgh. The Mohawks beat Morristown 3-0 (25-16, 25-15, 25-20) in the championship. Earlier in the day during semifinal action, Waldron beat Hauser 3-0 (25-15, 25-20, 27-25), ending the Jets’ sec…

INDIANAPOLIS — Triton Central was rolling. Playing their best volleyball in their final match of the season, the Tigers appeared to be in control of Saturday’s sectional championship after taking a 2-1 lead over Covenant Christian.

INDIANAPOLIS — Triton Central had a chance to come away with an enormous win to close the regular season Friday night against Class 2A No. 11 Speedway. Unfortunately for the Tigers, numerous penalties and costly turnovers helped the Sparkplugs escape with a 24-21 home victory.

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Shelbyville senior Stefanie Howard has been named the Major Health Partners Athlete of the Week. 

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The Class A No. 14 Southwestern soccer team won its regional game Thursday against No. 17 Providence Cristo Rey. The Spartans won 2-1 and are again one of the final eight teams alive in their class. The Spartans also advanced to the regional championship last season. On Thursday, Jordan Jone…

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FAIRLAND — After a breakout sophomore campaign and a summer spent showcasing her skillset against some of the best players in the state, Lizzie Graham’s recruiting is heating up.

Luck has turned around for Hard Luck Justice this season. After winning only one race in limited starts as a two-year-old, Hard Luck Justice scored his fourth win of the season in the $100,000 ITOBA Stallion Season Stakes Wednesday at Indiana Grand Racing & Casino.

The Barbell Bear Post Ninth Edition was released at the end of last week. The ninth edition of the post, which is a newsletter created by Shelbyville Strength Coordinator Royce Carlton, features columns written by junior Aidan Asher and sophomore Ava Wilson.

The Rey Hernandez Stable has been selected as the Barn Crew of the Month for September at Indiana Grand. The award is presented by the Indiana Horsemen’s Benevolent and Protective Association (HBPA) along with Texas Corral of Shelbyville.

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The Waldron volleyball team won its first Shelby County Tournament title in 10 years Saturday at Southwestern. In the semifinals, the Mohawks beat Triton Central 25-15, 25-20. In the championship, Waldron got past Morristown 25-21, 25-15. Senior Madalyn Hudnall was named Most Valuable Player…

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The Spartans made it look relatively easy Saturday during the Southwestern Sectional championship. The final score was close, but the Spartans were in control from the start.

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Waldron senior Madalyn Hudnall has been named the Major Health Partners (MHP) Athlete of the Week. 

BEECH GROVE — Triton Central might have played its most complete game of the season Friday against Beech Grove and it could not have come at a better time. Coming off a 27-0 loss last week against Indianapolis Scecina Memorial, the Tigers looked to get back on track against the Hornets. Behi…

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I caught up Thursday with senior Stefanie Howard, who has been the No. 1 runner on the Shelbyville girls’ cross country team the last three seasons.

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Shelby County has a long-standing reputation for being genuinely magnanimous. The community has continually demonstrated a desire and a determination to strive to enhance its standard of living and make life consistently better for family, friends and neighbors.

Triton Central freshman Elaina Maurice fights for possession of the ball Thursday against Class A No. 1 Heritage Christian. TC junior Lizzie Graham looks on from behind. Heritage Christian beat the host Tigers, 9-0. Triton Central ended its season with a 2-12-1 record. Graham led the Tigers …

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While growing up, Shelbyville junior wide receiver and defensive back Jackson Parker loved to play sports like most kids. Wanting to follow in his father’s footsteps, who was an athlete himself at Southwestern High School, Parker is now in his second season with the Golden Bear football team. 

Holy Justice and Splash of Tonic fought gamely to the wire with Holy Justice getting the right head bob to win the $100,000 Miss Indiana Stakes Wednesday at Indiana Grand. The stakes race was the first of four on the card featured as All Stakes Day with a guaranteed $75,000 All Stakes Pick 4…

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FORTVILLE — Although Shelbyville head coach Ben Purvis was disappointed, he was not angry. His Golden Bears emptied their tanks and left it all on the field Wednesday at the Mt. Vernon Sectional.

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While growing up, Chelsea Dourson remembers watching her dad, longtime coach Pat Parks, lead the football team at Shelbyville. From her point of view, the impact he had on a countless number of athletes was evident.

The Barbell Bear Post Eighth Edition was released at the end of last week. The eighth edition of the post, which is a newsletter created by Shelbyville Strength Coordinator Royce Carlton, features columns written by sophomores Cheyenne Eads and Luke Jackson.

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Waldron freshman Will Larrison and Southwestern junior Lilly Rooks have been named the Major Health Partners (MHP) Athletes of the Week. 

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The Southwestern girls’ cross country team won its fifth Shelby County championship in the last six years Thursday at Blue River Memorial Park.

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While running cross country in junior high, Will Larrison looked up to guys like Ethan Trueblood and Jacob James – two former standout runners for the Mohawks.

The 50th Annual IHSAA Volleyball State Tournament Pairings Show will take place at 7 p.m. Sunday. The show will be streamed exclusively at IHSAAtv.org and hosted by Greg Rakestraw.

The Shelbyville junior class won the powderpuff championship Wednesday evening at SHS. The juniors beat the seniors to win the title.

High school sports and performing arts are back — everywhere! With the start of the fall season in Hawaii this week, high school students – more than 12 million – in every state are competing in sports, speech, debate, music, band and theatre programs.

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When it comes to playing doubles in tennis, having chemistry as partners is extremely important. Just ask Triton Central’s Avram Rund and Quintin Potts.