The Sideline – June 15

Coaching spots open at Eastern Hancock

Eastern Hancock has a pair of fall coaching positions available for qualified and interested candidates.

The Royals are seeking a new head girls golf coach and a middle school tennis coach for 2016-17.

Information: Athletics director Aaron Spaulding at or at 317-467-0095, ext. 250


Cougars cross-country training underway

Summer conditioning for Greenfield-Central cross-country has started. Training will take place at 6 p.m. Mondays through Fridays during break.

No conditioning will be July 3 to 10.

Runners will meet at Greenfield-Central High School near the cross-country sign that is next to the football practice fields.

Information: Aaron Smith, 318-5910


New Palestine camp for wrestlers postponed

The New Palestine wrestling team’s summer camp has been postponed until an undetermined date in July.

Information: 861-5701


Sign up for Marauders Youth Soccer Camp

The 17th annual Marauder Youth Soccer Camp will be July 11 to 15 at the Mt. Vernon High School soccer complex.

The camp is designed for boys and girls players in first through eighth grades and is scheduled to begin at 5:30 p.m. and end at 7 p.m. each day.

The camp is $60, with payment through check only.

Camp awards and certificates will be presented to participants. Campers also will receive a T-shirt.

Marauder camp director Steve Williams, assistant director Matt Mayhew and Mt. Vernon varsity players will instruct campers in basic fundamentals.

Information: marauders


State baseball finals set for weekend

This weekend, the 50th Annual IHSAA Baseball State Tournament will conclude with the crowing of four state champions.

The Class 4A state championship will be decided first at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Victory Field in Indianapolis.

Zionsville (30-4) and Roncalli (22-9) will meet to decide the state Class 4A state crown.

On Saturday, three games will take place at the home of the Indianapolis Indians, beginning with Daleville (20-9) vs. Lanesville (15-11) in Class A at 1 p.m.

Lafayette Central Catholic (33-1) and Providence (26-2) will play for the Class 2A title at 4 p.m. Class 3A Western (15-12) and Northview (24-6) will compete for the championship at 7 p.m.

Admission for each day is $9, and all seats will be general admission. All four state championship games will air live on Fox Sports Indiana.


Irish, Panthers win Indiana tennis titles

Indianapolis Cathedral’s Maeve Koscielski finished the year a perfect 16-0 to win the 2015-16 IHSAA individual girls tennis singles state title.

The individual tennis state finals were conducted at Park Tudor School this past Saturday.

Koscielski won a match in Friday’s quarterfinals and back-to-back matches Saturday, including 6-0, 6-0 against Evansville Mater Dei’s Lauren Marx in the finals to capture the crown.

North Central’s tandem of Autumn Clark and Caroline McAuley defeated Guerin Catholic’s Ashley Jonathan and Reiley Harrington, 6-4, 1-6, 6-1 to win the doubles state title.