PENDLETON — Continued dominance and early season improvements paying off highlighted Thursday night’s swimming and diving meet between Greenfield-Central and Pendleton Heights.
GREENFIELD — New Palestine rode the momentum of six consecutive wins, all with bonus points, and defeated rival Greenfield-Central 41-27 in a matchup of two of the state’s top boys wrestling teams.
GREENFIELD — Carter Crouch could have easily said, ‘I’m done’ and moved on to something else.
CHARLOTTESVILLE — For the first time in a long time, the Eastern Hancock girls basketball team was tested.
Greenfield-Central improved to 3-0 on the road and 3-0 overall with a 59-50 victory at Decatur Central Tuesday.
HANCOCK COUNTY — New Palestine senior offensive lineman Ian Moore was named Mr. Football for his position and joined teammate Michael Thacker and Greenfield-Central’s Jake Hinton as one of the Indiana Football Coaches Association Top 50 players in the state.
Wednesday, Dec. 6
FORTVILLE — A Saturday afternoon matchup in December took on the appearance of a first week in February sectional showdown.
The Greenfield-Central boys basketball team, in its first game in 11 days, defeated host Northeastern 67-33 Saturday.
FORTVILLE — Hannah Hauser’s sophomore season for the Mt. Vernon girls cross country team was pretty special.