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- AU seeks 200 volunteers for Colts Training Camp In anticipation of the Indianapolis Colts Training Camp, Anderson University is seeking 200 individuals to serve as volunteers.
- Arabians survive strong golf sectional It was a colorful day of golf with Noblesville's bright yellow shirts, Fishers' flashy red shorts and Hamilton Southeastern's baby blue pants, but the boys in the black shirts also advanced as Pendleton Heights finished third Monday in the IHSAA Boys Golf Sectional at Purgatory Golf Course in Noblesville.
Thompson, Wapahani blank Panthers in regional final
Elwood entered Saturday night’s Wabash Regional baseball finals riding the high emotions of its come-from-behind victory in the semifinals. Unfortunately for the Panthers that was not enough to overcome top-rated Wapahani and a lights-out pitching performance. Wapahani starting pitcher Zach Thompson dominated the Elwood hitters as the Panthers fell to the Raiders 4-0 at Chris Rood Field on the campus of Wabash High School.
- Softball: Elwood's record-setting run ends The clock finally struck midnight on the most successful season in Elwood softball history as Class 2A No. 6 Eastside defeated the Panthers 3-0 in the first game of the Eastern Semistate on Saturday.
- Korn, Bentley prove they belong in 'Hoosiers' classic Growing up in the small town of Frankton (population 1,837), Aaron Korn immediately latched onto the basketball mystique surrounding the celebrated Hollywood tale of “Hoosiers.” Taking numerous pilgrimages through the years to Knightstown to see the fabled hoops home of the Hickory Huskers — officially named the Historic Hoosier Gym — the sharp-shooting guard already knew the sheened sweet spots around the floor.
- Baseball: Panthers rally to reach regional final Elwood overcame two costly fielding errors to defeat Southwood 7-5 during a Class 2A baseball regional semifinal at Chris Rood Field on the campus of Wabash High School on Saturday afternoon.
Cottrell, Sakeuh shine at state track finals
Kiawna Cottrell had the best high school track meet of her life. Plenseh-tay Sakeuh accomplished something believed never before done in her school's history. Together the Madison County stars turned a beautiful Friday evening at Indiana University's Robert C. Haugh Track & Field Complex into an historic one as well.
- Elwood enjoys first baseball title since 2009 It was almost midnight Tuesday morning when Andy Garcia officially was able to celebrate the high point of his first season as Elwood's baseball coach. So far.
- Top-ranked Wapahani outlasts Frankton The Frankton baseball team ran into a sophomore buzzsaw in Tuesday's Class 2A sectional championship game. Zack Thompson struck out 13 Eagles — and picked off three more — and top-ranked Wapahani (26-4) advanced to Saturday's regional with a convincing 7-0 victory.
- PH's McDermott commits to Butler Last November, for a brief and frightening period of time, Sean McDermott was uncertain he'd ever play basketball again. Almost a year later, he'll sign a letter of intent to play the game at the NCAA's highest level. The Pendleton Heights senior verbally committed to Butler University last week — an honor that carries even more weight after he was hospitalized with a severe staph infection last year and lost the first six games of his junior season.|PENDLETON — Last November, for a brief and frightening period of time, Sean McDermott was uncertain he'd ever play basketball again. Almost a year later, he'll sign a letter of intent to play the game at the NCAA's highest level. The Pendleton Height
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