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Triton Central's Rylie Stephens, left, and Maya Chandler, right, have been named The Shelbyville News' Girls Tennis Co-Players of the Year. The pair played No. 1 doubles for the Tigers this season.

By KATRINA BRANSON - kbranson@shelbynews.com FAIRLAND – When talking to Triton Central's Rylie Stephens and Maya Chandler, it became evident very quickly that they have a close friendship. A friendship that gave them an opportunity to compete in the

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Success never sleeps

Waldron junior Dalen Williams hurls the discus at Ball State University over the weekend at the USATF Junior Olympics State Championship.

By KRIS MILLS - kmills@shelbynews.com MUNCIE – The high school track and field season has ended, but Waldron’s Dalen Williams has not stopped throwing. Williams, who will be a junior this coming school year, took part in the USATF Junior Olympics State

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The next step

Tyler Theising, who served as an assistant to Ryan Mack and the Shelbyville boys’ basketball team last season, accepted the head coaching position at South Ripley High School Monday, Superintendent Rob Moorhead announced on his Twitter account. A “Meet the Coach” night is set for Wednesday at 7 p.m to introduce Theising. The Raiders boys’ basketball team finished 7-17 last season under head coach Travis Wrightsman, who won three sectional titles at the school between 2009-18. The 2A team competes in the Ohio River Valley Conference with Jac-Cen-Del and Milan, among others. Submitted photo

The next step

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Double trouble

Shelbyville senior pitcher TeAnn Bringle tosses a ball towards home plate with classmate Katie Lux watching behind her at second base. The pair has been named The Shelbyville News' Softball Co-Players of the Year.

By KRIS MILLS - kmills@shelbynews.com After winning back-to-back sectional titles, it is safe to say the Shelbyville softball program is on the map. With more than a handful of experienced players returning next season, as well, it does not appear the Golden Bears

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Fishers tops defending state champion Cathedral

The IHSAA State Finals were held Friday and Saturday at Victory Field in Indianapolis. Fishers claimed the 4A title, the first in program history for the Tigers.

STAFF REPORT INDIANAPOLIS — Senior Grant Richardson doubled and later scored on a walk in the fifth inning to provide the eventual winning run Friday as Fishers claimed its first-ever Class 4A state title at Victory Field (4-3 win). Richardson also

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A learning experience

Morristown head coach Scott McClelland cleans the board in the locker room after defeating Southwood for the IHSAA Class A Boys Basketball Championship at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on March 24. McClelland helped coach the Indiana Junior All-Stars this summer.

By KATRINA BRANSON - kbranson@shelbynews.com MORRISTOWN — Having the opportunity to assist Beech Grove's Matt English for the Indiana Junior All-Stars will be something that Morristown head coach Scott McClelland will always remember. “It was just a rea

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Area players shine in East-West Classic football game

Former Shelbyville football players Xain Ballenger, left, and Nick Brokering, right, competed in theIndiana Football Hall of Fame East-West Classic on Friday in Anderson.

By KATRINA BRANSON - kbranson@shelbynews.com ANDERSON — Friday night 90 graduated seniors from 60 high schools in Indiana competed in the Indiana Football Hall of Fame East-West Classic. Among those players were Triton Central's Ethan Demaree, Morgan Seagrave

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Chapman, Flannery to perform live for Waldron hoops fundraiser

The Waldron girls' basketball team, which is holding a fundraiser in July, recently competed at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.

By KRIS MILLS - kmills@shelbynews.com If there is an opportunity to come home, Colton Chapman will take it – especially for a good cause. With his music career picking up steam, Chapman, a local country artist, has recently found himself in different par

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