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Gymnastics teams compete at Girls Inc.

The Shelbyville, Morristown and Waldron gymnastics teams competed at Girls Inc. on Monday.

By KRIS MILLS - kmills@shelbynews.com The Shelbyville, Morristown and Waldron gymnastics programs competed at Girls Inc. Monday. Shelbyville won the meet with a final tally of 82.825. Morristown was second with a 78.075. Waldron was unable to field a complete team.

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On Campus: Miller breaks Franklin College track record

Triton Central graduate and Wabash College sprinter Brady Gossett (middle) competes during the outdoor season. Gossett and the Little Giants recently competed in an indoor home meet.

By JEFF BROWN jbrown@shelbynews.com Sarah Miller added her name to the Franklin College women's track and field record book Saturday at the Robert H. Little Giant Open on the campus of Wabash College.  Miller, a Triton Central graduate, set a new school reco

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Knuckles named Gatorade Player of the Year

- Staff Report In its 34th year of honoring the nation’s best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company, Tuesday announced Kenzie Knuckles of Yorktown High School as its 2018-19 Gatorade Indiana Volleyball Player of the Year. Knuckles is the second Gatorade

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Ball State student to intern with TSN sports

Ball State senior Patrick Murphy, right, is interning with The Shelbyville News Sports Department this spring.

By PATRICK MURPHY - For The Shelbyville News My name is Patrick Murphy, and I’m a senior at Ball State University. My major is Journalism (news) with a minor in Creative Writing. At Ball State, I’m involved with the student-volunteer newspaper, which is

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Shelbyville bowling advances past sectional

Shelbyville’s Kolton Snyder advanced past sectional action on Saturday. Snyder also earned all-conference honors this season.

By KRIS MILLS - kmills@shelbynews.com The Shelbyville bowling team competed in sectional action Saturday on a snowy morning and afternoon at Expo Bowl. The Golden Bears, as a  team, finished fourth overall and will bowl in the regional this weekend. Shelb

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Rebounding duo paces IBCA Players of the Week

Staff Report Whitko’s Spencer Sroufe and Carmel John Michael Mulloy each collected 21 rebounds in a game, and the senior duo headlines the recipients in this week’s IBCA/Subway Player of the Week program. Sroufe and Mulloy are joined by Hamilton Heights

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Providing a spark

Triton Central junior guard Grace Crist splits two defenders in a game against New Palestine earlier this season. Crist has added a spark off the bench this season for the Class 2A No. 2 Tigers.

By PATRICK MURPHY - For The Shelbyville News FAIRLAND — When Triton Central junior shooting guard Grace Crist entered the basketball game off the bench in the first quarter against Lutheran on Nov. 15, she didn’t know the evening would be a memorab

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Shaw, Sullivan combine for 28 points in Waldron win

Waldron senior guard Hannah Sullivan grabs a rebound in a game against Shelbyville earlier this season. Senior Victoria Shaw looks on. Shaw led the Mohawks in scoring with 16 points Thursday in a 63-38 win over South Decatur. Sullivan added 12 points in the victory.

By KRIS MILLS - kmills@shelbynews.com The Waldron girls’ basketball team beat South Decatur on the road Thursday, 63-38. The Class A No. 9 Mohawks are now 11-6 this season. Waldron senior forward Victoria Shaw led the team with 16 points in the victory. Shaw

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Finding their game

Shelbyville senior guard Zach Kuhn lifts for a jump shot on Friday at home against Hauser. Kuhn finished the game with 38 points and 14 rebounds.

By KRIS MILLS - kmills@shelbynews.com Following five consecutive losses, the Shelbyville boys’ basketball team earned its second win in a row Friday at home in non-conference action against Hauser. With three new starters in the lineup, the Golden Bears, 13 g

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Prep Report: Shelbyville earns win at home

Shelbyville’s Luke Asher splits two defenders on Tuesday at home against Columbus East. The Golden Bears won 77-60.

By KRIS MILLS - kmills@shelbynews.com The Shelbyville boys’ basketball team picked up another win on Tuesday at home. The Golden Bears beat potential sectional foe Columbus East, 77-60. The win is Shelbyville’s fourth in a row in the series. Senior guar

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Kuhn leads conference in rebounding

- Staff Report The Hoosier Heritage Conference released its weekly report for basketball on Tuesday.  Boys Players of the Week Dec. 17-22: Luke Bumbalough, New Castle Bumbalough scored 51 points against Mt. Vernon. Dec. 24-29: Luke Dunn, Yorktown

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Hoosier Heritage Conference releases weekly report

- Staff Report The Hoosier Heritage Conference released its weekly report for basketball on Tuesday.  Girls Players of the Week Dec. 17-22: Cameron Tabor, New Castle Tabor had 26 points against University and followed with 21 against Shenandoah. Dec.

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Boys basketball statistical leaders in Shelby County

Shelbyville senior guard DJ Kramer (20) shoots a jump shot at New Castle earlier this season. Kramer has made 28 threes for the Golden Bears.

Points Per Game (Min. 6.0 per game) Felling, TC 25.0 Kuhn, SHS 22.9 Laster, MT 19.1 Ky. Crim, MT 15.1 Huffman, WA 14.8 McClure, SW 14.2 Williams, SHS 14.2 Hartsell, SW 13.0 Bowlby, WA 12.8 Carlton, MT 12.1 Hodson, SW 11.9 Asher, SHS 10.8 DeArmitt, SW 9.9 Kra

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The voice of Shelby County

Johnny McCrory (middle) of Gaint FM has been broadcasting sports in Shelby County since 1998. McCrory is pictured with Jason Parker and Tyson Conrady during the 2017-18 IHSAA Boys Basketball State Finals at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

By KRIS MILLS - kmills@shelbynews.com I joked with Johnny McCrory after the Shelby County Tournament this past weekend: “I am going to miss hearing your voice,” I said after sitting two inches from him for six basketball games in three days. “Just

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