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Tigers hold on for historic win
In a game filled with big plays from big-name stars, Bryce Montgomery trumped them all. Blitzing from the left side of Elwood’s offensive formation, Montgomery pulled down Panthers quarterback Alex Mireles on a two-point conversion attempt with 28.3 seconds left, and the Tigers held on for a 27-26 victory.
Shenandoah rolls into 2A sectional finals
Shenandoah relied on its rushing attack to overcome an early deficit and defeat Knightstown, 40-20 in Friday’s IHSAA 2A sectional 38 semifinal matchup.
- Raiders ready for rivalry rematch Shenandoah is taking little comfort in its previous win this season against Knightstown. Even though the score was 62-0 and the game was played just more than a month ago.
- Elwood, Alex prepare for sequel to thriller Two weeks ago, Elwood and Alexandria played a record-setting 49-42 thriller that filled the stands to capacity. Turns out they were just getting started.
Argylls rally to beat Owls, win regional
FAIRMOUNT -- It might have been one of the best five-minute meetings in Indiana high school volleyball history. Just about 10 days ago, Madison-Grant volleyball coach Bob Holloway challenged his team's will.
- Hull serves up sectional crown for Argylls Madison-Grant's Jessica Hull served up a Class 2A sectional volleyball championship Saturday night as the Argylls eliminated Alexandria in three games.
- Lambert claims late model 100 In his seventh appearance of the year at Anderson Speedway, Noblesville driver Mark Lambert finally scored a win in the season-ending 100-lap race for the McGunegill Engine Performance Late Models.
Second-half stumbles cost Ravens a win
The scene was set Saturday for Anderson University to win its first football game under the direction of coach Bobby Ladner. But Earlham College spoiled the Ravens’ homecoming with a second half rally to steal a 21-20 decision at Macholtz Stadium.
- PH girls headed to cross country state For the first time in 25 years, the Pendleton Heights girls cross country team will compete in the state finals after a third-place finish in Saturday's semistate at Fort Wayne.
Raiders roll past Rockets
Shenandoah’s lockdown defense and relentless rushing attack were just too much for the Broad Ripple Rockets on Friday night, lifting the Raiders to a 49-6 win and setting up a meeting with Knightstown in Round 2 of Class 2A Sectional 38 next week.
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