- High School Sports
- Carroll gets first win at Elwood First-year coach Landon Carroll notched his first career victory on Tuesday night as the Elwood Panthers defeated Anderson Prep Academy 69-44.
THB Girls Soccer Athlete of the Year: Ellie Swinney
On a soccer field in Kokomo, Ellie Swinney felt a pop in her right knee — without a second thought she kept playing, but when it popped a second time, career-ending thoughts ran through her mind.
Swinney is a senior at Pendleton Heights and was part of the 2013 girls soccer team that advanced to the sectional title match against Fishers, an experience nearly taken from her on that day in April.
- Richardson leads Lapel in rout A twist of fate might have changed the course of the game Saturday night as the Lapel boys basketball team turned a 15-12 first-quarter lead into an 81-38 trouncing of Elwood.
- Liberty pulls away from Alexandria The house was full at the Lions’ Den Saturday night as the Liberty Christian Lions opened their home portion of the schedule with a 61-43 win over the visiting Alexandria Tigers.
- Frankton flies past Taylor 89-45 Frankton blitzed Taylor over the first two quarters to settle the issue in a convincing 89-45 victory over the Titans Saturday night.
- Dunham steps up as Arabians run past Delta There were plenty of familiar sights for Pendleton Heights fans during Saturday's boys basketball season opener. The give-and-go was a staple of the offense. The defense was aggressive and persistent. And the leading scorer was a Dunham. Sophomore Kenton Dunham — Kellen's younger brother — scored 21 points in his first varsity start, and the Arabians ran away with a 57-45 victory against Hoosier Heritage Conference rival Delta.|PENDLETON — There were plenty of familiar sights for Pendleton Heights fans during Saturday's boys basketball season opener. The give-and-go was a staple of the offense. The defense was aggressive and persistent. And the leading scorer was a Dunham.
- PH's Wolverton top Boys Soccer athlete There was no game on the schedule, no organized practice, just Brian Wolverton — alone — dribbling a soccer ball up and down an empty field.
- Raiders spurt past Eagles The Shenandoah Lady Raiders used a 14-3 scoring advantage in the third quarter to break open a close game and post a 64-44 win over the visiting Frankton Lady Eagles here Friday night.
THB Boys Tennis Athlete of the Year: Garrett Fensler
Although Lapel’s Garrett Fensler has only been playing the game of tennis for four short years, he has dedicated himself to the sport and it culminated in him being named The 2013 Herald Bulletin Boys Tennis Player of the Year.
THB Boys Cross Country Athlete of the Year: Tyler Flood
Just like his sophomore counterpart Alex Buck, Pendleton Heights boys cross country runner Tyler Flood had a solid freshman season that showed promise. Despite not having a full summer of running to prepare for the season, Flood showed strong improvement in his sophomore year to earn The Herald Bulletin’s Boys Cross Country Athlete of the Year honor.
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