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- Tribe, Arabians ride momentum into sectional The Anderson Lady Tribe and the Pendleton Heights Lady Arabians have at least a couple of similarities going into girls basketball sectional play this week.
- Tribe comes up empty at Fishers Too many empty possessions left the Anderson boys basketball team with a hollow feeling again Saturday night.
Debate intensifies over bill opening prep sports to ‘virtual’ charter students
House Bill 1047 would compel the 408 schools that belong to the Indiana High School Athletic Association to open their sports programs to about 6,000 students who are enrolled in the state-supported, web-based schools known as virtual charters.
- PH's McCool brings home lone area regional title With 114 wrestlers from 19 schools competing for 56 spots in next week’s semistate, goal No. 1 was simply to advance. A first-round win not only guaranteed a spot in the New Castle semistate round, moving wrestlers one step closer to the state finals at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in two weeks.
- Tigers muscle away PH's title shot Pendleton Heights couldn't keep rival Yorktown from prowling the paint Friday night, and as a result the Arabians no longer control the Hoosier Heritage Conference championship race.
- Swimmers ready for sectional challenge A host of area girls swimmers and divers will leap into challenging waters tonight for the preliminary round of the sectional at Fishers.
- Boles becomes fifth Lapel player to reach 1,000 points The Lapel girls basketball team played its last official home game of the 2013-14 season Tuesday night and made the most of it with a 60-29 win over district rival Frankton.
No excuses necessary for Lady Tribe
The climate is ripe with excuses. Extreme winter weather has made a mockery of area sports schedules, stranding teams without a game for more than a week then hurtling them through a gauntlet of six games in eight days. It's tough for a team to find traction. Consistency is supposed to be an unachievable dream. Just don't try telling that to the Anderson girls basketball team.
Nunn reaches 1,000 points as Lions hold off M-G
With 3:53 remaining in the third quarter, the Liberty Christian student section erupted into cheers Monday night. Junior Chris Nunn, standing at the free throw line awaiting his second shot, briefly was perplexed. But that stands to reason. The Lions' versatile leader seldom is comfortable as the center of attention.
- Lapel's seniors soar in final home game Senior Night can be a tough gig for coaches and especially players, but the Class 2A No. 10 Lapel girls basketball team handled it well Monday with a 65-58 win over Wapahani.
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