Six players from Hoosier Heritage Conference champion Delta and five from runner-up Mt. Vernon highlight the 2021 All-HHC girls tennis team, it was announced on Friday.

Shelbyville varsity tennis coach Ashley Comstock and high school player Emma Sandman help campers through a drill at the SHS tennis courts. Shelbyville held its youth tennis camps this past week.

Shelbyville senior libero Emma Nolley verbally committed to Texas Woman’s University, she announced on Friday. TWU, a Division II program, is located in Denton, Texas. Nolley finished her junior season at SHS with 44 aces and 444 digs, which both led the team. She averaged 4.5 digs per set a…

Mr. Alex Engelbert is the new Waldron Athletic Director, WHS announced on Thursday. He will also serve as assistant principal at the high school. Engelbert joins Waldron from Columbus Central Middle School, where he served as athletic director and taught physical education. He has coached cr…

YORKTOWN — Despite failing to make the IHSAA Golf State Finals, it is safe to say Asher Caldwell and Oliver Gearlds have bright futures ahead of them.

Shelbyville head coach Becca Hoefler and the Golden Bears are currently hosting a summer league at SHS on Wednesday nights. The league is balanced with small and large schools, giving teams a variety of competition as they grind to improve over the offseason.

Shy Money got nearly all the cash in the 19th running of the $75,000 Shelby County Stakes Wednesday at Indiana Grand. The win marked the first stakes victory for owner Paul King, who is also the breeder on the grey Unbridled Express four-year-old filly.

Two no-hitters and a ton of line drives. Shelbyville’s Benny Thompson and Charlie Rife made significant contributions to the Shelbyville baseball team this past season.

Each year, members of the Indiana Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association (ITOBA) honor the state’s top performers with a Spring banquet. Due to restrictions associated with COVID-19, the banquet was canceled the past two seasons, but the state is still honoring the top performers of 20…

The Waldron Lady Mohawks basketball program is hosting a 3 on 3 tournament on July 3 during the Freedom Festival. The Freedom Festival is the annual July 4 celebration in Waldron.

MORRISTOWN — The 2021 Southwestern baseball team will go down as one of the best – if not the best – in school history. All good things must come to an end, however, as Shakamak was simply the better team during semifinal action at the Morristown Regional.

INDIANAPOLIS — Long jump is an event that truly captures the athleticism of the individual. Sprinting towards the sand pit and flying through the air is not as easy as Lilly Rooks and Tyler Bowlby made it look.

The first of six All-Quarter Horse racing Saturdays is set for June 5 at Indiana Grand with 13 races carded for the day. Featured on the program will be two stakes, the seventh running of the $95,500 Harley Greene Derby in Race 11 and the 12th running of the $83,200 Born Runner Classic in Ra…

I could feel the energy in his voice when the season started. Mark Hensley knew Shelbyville was primed for a special campaign.

Three Shelbyville softball players received All-State honors from the Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association this week. Senior Addi Weaver and junior Karissa Hamilton were named 3A-4A First Team All-State for District 4. Senior Katie Mathies was named 3A-4A Second Team All-State and a N…

After a one-year hiatus due to COVID-19, the 20th Annual Track Superintendents’ Field Day is set to be held June 14-15 at Indiana Grand Racing and Casino and registrations are on pace for possible record attendance.

Triton Central senior soccer player Kim Jinks signed with Franklin College earlier this week. Jinks was joined at the signing ceremony by friends and family. The senior goalkeeper finished with 53 saves in 15 games this past season for the Tigers. Franklin College competes in the Heartland C…

Prep Baseball Report’s May 24 poll has Southwestern sitting at the top of its class. The Spartans ended the regular season with a 19-4 record and added another win Wednesday at the Morristown Sectional.

No. 8 Center Grove beat Triton Central 5-0 Wednesday to win the regional championship – its sixth in a row. At one singles, Ashlee Fisk won over TC’s Brooklyn Schiffli, 6-1, 6-0. Julia Sanders played well at two singles for the Tigers but fell 6-2, 7-5 to Sonya Vyas. Schiffli and Sanders ent…

Gretchen Haehl recalls competing against her twin sister Gwen on short basketball goals in their driveway when they were very young. “We would be seven or eight and really go at each other,” said Gretchen. “It was not unusual for those games to end up in a fight now and then,” she added with…

The players listed above were named All-MHC by the Mid-Hoosier Conference this week. Chris Ingels, head coach of the Class A No. 1 Southwestern Spartans, was named MHC Baseball Coach of the Year. The Southwestern baseball team earned a share of the conference title with the Hauser Jets. Haus…

Shelbyville senior football player Aidan Tong recently signed with Manchester University to continue his academic and athletic career. Tong led SHS with 12 receptions (217 yards) this past season at wide receiver. He was fourth on the team with 45 tackles as a cornerback. Manchester competes…

Shelbyville’s seniors did not need four full seasons to make a significant impact on the Golden Bears’ softball program. SHS seniors Addi Weaver, Katie Mathies, Madison Campton and Kaylie Phelps finished their careers with 60 wins in three seasons.

FRANKLIN – Coming into Tuesday’s IHSAA Girls Regional Track and Field meet at Franklin Community, Southwestern sophomore Lilly Rooks looked to become the first Spartan in three years along with multiple other area athletes to punch their ticket to the IHSAA State Finals on June 5.

Jose Riquelme, part of the jockey colony at Indiana Grand for the past five seasons, celebrated his 1,000th career win over the weekend. Born in Peru, Riquelme has been closing in on the milestone this spring.

The Tigers were poised and confident – much like they have been all season. Entering the postseason with an undefeated record, the Triton Central girls’ tennis team continued its strong play during the Shelbyville Sectional.

Sectional semifinal action was played on Thursday at Shelbyville with the Lady Golden Bears and the Triton Central Lady Tigers advancing to the sectional championship (Friday, 5 p.m.). TC defeated Morristown, 5-0, while the Golden Bears edged Waldron, 3-2, to advance.

The Triton Central girls’ tennis team picked up its 14th win of the season Wednesday during the first round of the Shelbyville Sectional. The Tigers beat Southwestern 5-0 to improve to 14-0.

After getting a late start to his racing career, Sky Judge is definitely making up for lost time. Making his first career stakes start, Sky Judge ruled over his opponents for the win in the eighth running of the $75,000 Sagamore Sired Stakes Wednesday. The event was one of two on the card, m…