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HHC releases players of week for girls hoops

STAFF REPORT The Hoosier Heritage Conference released its report for girls basketball on Tuesday.  Player of the Week Week 2: Kailyn Graham, Pendleton Heights Graham had a consistent week for the Arabians, with 14 points in each of PH’s two

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More nominees named for Mayo Clinic Comeback POY

STAFF REPORT The College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) in association with The Associated Press (AP) and the Fiesta Bowl organization have selected three college football student-athletes-Mustafa Adam of Augsburg University, Jake Hansen of the Un

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Shelbyville's Snyder bowls a perfect game

By Patrick Murphy - For The Shelbyville News At the Hi-Way Lanes bowling alley in Franklin, more than a hundred people from both Shelbyville and Roncalli stood in silence and watched junior Kolton Snyder attempt to bowl a 300, a feat that no Shelbyville Golden Bear

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Area teams move up in polls

Waldron senior guard Morgan Wood drives to the basket. The Mohawks are ranked No. 11 in Class A, the ICGSA announced Sunday.

STAFF REPORT The Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association released Week 2 polls for girls basketball Sunday. In Class A, Morristown moved from No. 10 to No. 7 after a win over South Decatur Saturday. The Yellow Jackets also beat Tri on Nov. 6 in a 4-0 start. Tri

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No. 3 Tigers win on road, stay unbeaten

Triton Central point guard Taylor Heath looks for an open teammate in a game this season. The Tigers beat Eastern Hancock on Saturday to improve to 3-0 this season.

By KRIS MILLS - kmills@shelbynews.com The Class 2A No. 3 Triton Central Tigers improved to 4-0 Saturday with a 65-45 win over Eastern Hancock. The Tigers led 33-26 at halftime and used a big second half to earn the road victory. Sophomore Tenleigh Phelps led TC wit

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Athlete of the Week

Grace Lux School: Shelbyville Class: Freshman Sport: Swimming Notes: Lux won four blue ribbons and broke a school record (100-yard breaststroke) in her first varsity swim meet Thursday at Shelbyville. Lux missed another school record in the 200-yard individual medl

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Ratliff helps Franklin College open with win

Triton Central graduate and Franklin College sophomore guard Isabella Ratliff dribbles the ball down the court. Ratliff helped FC open its season with a win on Sunday at home.

STAFF REPORt The Franklin College women’s basketball team put on a defensive clinic in their season-opener on Sunday afternoon, setting a new single-game record for fewest points allowed in a 92-16 win over Mount Mary University. Triton Central graduate and F

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Triton Central senior earns top volleyball honor

Triton Central senior Ella Blair has been named The Shelbyville News' Volleyball Player of the Year. Blair led TC in kills this season and helped the Tigers win a sectional title.

By KRIS MILLS - kmills@shelbynews.com FAIRLAND — Who says you need club volleyball to dominate at the high school level? Not Triton Central senior Ella Blair. Despite finishing with a team-high 314 kills while leading the Triton Central volleyball team t

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Games not to miss

Morristown senior guard Logan Theobald shoots a jump shot in regional play last season. The Yellow Jackets open a new campaign on Nov. 21 against Triton Central.

By KRIS MILLS - kmills@shelbynews.com Girls basketball is off and running. A new season for the boys begins on Nov. 20 for teams in Shelby County. Southwestern travels to Edinburgh Nov. 20 for its annual opening-night contest with the Lancers. Waldron also opens it

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No. 4 TC routs Park Tudor

- STAFF REPORT TC handles Speedway The Class 2A No. 4 Triton Central Tigers improved to 3-0 with a 76-30 rout of Park Tudor Friday at home. Sophomore forward Tenleigh Phelps led TC with 20 points in her third straight 20-point game. Junor Rylie Stephens had

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Eads helps Golden Bears shoot down Lancers

Shelbyville forward Olivia Knarr scores near the basket. Knarr finished with 12 points in the team's over Edinburgh Friday.

By JEFF BROWN - jbrown@shelbynews.com EDINBURGH — Megan Eads had that sick feeling.  So did the rest of her team — the one that lost 18 straight games to finish last season and failed to score 30 points in a game more times than any Golden Bea

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Mohawks crank up pressure in home win

Southwestern's Trinity Tatlock (33) is defended by Waldron's Victoria Shaw (42) near the basket Friday in Waldron. The Mohawks beat the Spartans 48-32.

By KRIS MILLS - kmills@shelbynews.com The drought is over. The band was fired up Friday and so were the Mohawks, who cranked up their pressure with a 1-2-2 full-court press. Turning defense into offense, Waldron earned its first win over Southwestern since 2010. Th

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High hopes

Shelbyville freshman Grace Lux glides through the water on Thursday at Shelbyville. Lux broke the school record in the 100-yard breaststroke (1:08.52) in her first varsity meet.

By KRIS MILLS - kmills@shelbynews.com There was a certain buzz in the air at Shelbyville Thursday. Those familiar with the Golden Bears knew what could potentially happen during the first swim meet of the season. Grace Lux, if it was unclear before, is as good as a

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Weekend basketball schedule

Friday  Southwestern (1-0) at Waldron (1-0) GAME TIME: 7:30 p.m. COACHES: Noah Stuckey, 39-31 in 4th year at Southwestern. Anthony Thomas, 13-12 in 2nd year at Waldron. 2017-18 FINAL SAGARIN RATINGS: Waldron, 53.85, 238th overall, 31st in 1A. Southwestern, 49.

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Yorktown tops HHC volley team

STAFF REPORT Players from two state championship teams highlight the 2018 All-Hoosier Heritage Conference volleyball team. Five players from undefeated 4A state champion Yorktown – Kenzie Knuckles, Kylie Murr, Kate Vinson, Tegan Seyring and Courtney Watkins &

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Lucas Oil Stadium to host marching band event

STAFF REPORT Starting today, outstanding high school marching bands from 23 states will compete in the nation’s most prominent marching band championship, Music for All’s Bands of America Grand National Championships, presented by Yamaha, at Lucas Oil S

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ICC releases all-conference football team

Triton Central's Keaton Kermode (2) runs the ball during the Triton Central-Scecina game on Nov. 2. Kermode was named All-ICC with a group of teammates.

- STAFF REPORT The Indiana Crossroads Conference released the All-ICC football team this week. From Triton Central, Aaron Steele, Matt Guhl, Luke Hornung and Keaton Kermode were named All-ICC. Their teammates, Jaxon Miller, Josh Mullen, Richard Knowles and Hayden K

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Friendly competitors

Southwestern senior point guard Shelby Sipes (3) looks for an open teammate against South Decatur last weekend.

By KRIS MILLS - kmills@shelbynews.com The last time Waldron beat Southwestern in girls basketball, Morgan Wood, Hannah Sullivan and Victoria Shaw were approximately nine or 10 years old. The current senior class at WHS knows just how long it has been, making tonigh

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