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Shelbyville junior preparing for trip to Australia



By Katrina Branson - Kbranson@shelbynews.com
Shelbyville junior Anna Lux has been given the opportunity of a lifetime -- a chance to compete in the Down Under Sports competition in Australia this summer. Lux was invited to represent Indiana on the 2018 track and fi . . . more »

   

Walking tall



By Kris Mills - Kmills@shelbynews.com
FAIRLAND -- Fifteen total field goals, three makes from behind the arc and 14 free throws all in one game. Scoring 47 points against North Decauter was a historic night for Wyatt Felling. And you would never know it, but there . . . more »

   

Conference action highlights busy weekend of hoops



By Kris Mills - Kmills@shelbynews.com
Shelbyville junior guard Zach Kuhn has been named the Hoosier Heritage Conference Player of the Week.
Kuhn had a game to remember in the Golden Bears’ 79-59 win over Columbus East -- 16 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists . . . more »

   

'Back in Black'



By Katrina Branson - Kbranson@shelbynews.com
Alayna Munson's real passion is for basketball, and it is evident when speaking to the Morristown senior forward. More than that, though, Munson has a love for sports in general – competing in not only basketball, . . . more »

   

Shelbyville edged by Roncalli in Tuesday thriller



By Kris Mills - Kmills@shelbynews.com
The Shelbyville basketball team saw its winning streak snapped after a 59-57 loss on the road at Roncalli on Tuesday.
The Golden Bears, who are now 11-5, were on a five-game winning streak.
Senior guard Luke Reed missed a shot . . . more »

   

Could Shelby County have four consecutive Indiana All-Stars?



By Kris Mills - Kmills@shelbynews.com
Let’s play the “what if” game.
What if Morristown goes on to win a state championship this season in boys basketball. What if Shelbyville does something similar next season -- and Triton Central the next two s . . . more »

   

Morristown announces inaugural HOF class



Staff report
MORRISTOWN — Morristown High School has announced its inaugural Athletic Hall of Fame class.
The official 2018 induction ceremony will take place between the junior varsity and varsity boys’ basketball games against Shelbyville on Feb. 27. . . . more »

   

Southwestern names six to first HOF class



Staff report
Southwestern High School has released in first Athletic Hall of Fame class. Six inductees were selected for the inaugural class.
The school will hold a Hall of Fame Night on Jan. 27 during the boys’ basketball games against Indianapolis Herron.
G . . . more »

   

Sea of pink



By Kris Mills - Kmills@shelbynews.com
FAIRLAND — Triton Central High School and the Lady Tigers basketball program will be hosting its 10th annual “Pink Out” Game this Friday during Triton Central’s junior varsity and varsity contests agains . . . more »

   

Taking command



By Kris Mills - Kmills@shelbynews.com
After a 3-2 start to the season, Shelbyville is 8-2 in its last 10 contests. The Golden Bears made it five in a row on Saturday with a 61-57 Hoosier Heritage Conference win at home over an equally balanced Pendleton Heights squ . . . more »

   

Three Tigers claim conference titles at ICC meet



By Kris Mills - Kmills@shelbynews.com
The Triton Central wrestling team finished third overall at the Indiana Crossroads Conference meet on Saturday. The Tigers had three individual conference champions. Monrovia won the meet with 222 points. Scecina was second wit . . . more »

   

New Palestine hands Triton Central second loss



By Katrina Branson - Kbranson@shelbynews.com
INDIANAPOLIS —Triton Central girls’ basketball team took part in the 2018 State Fairground Showcase at the Indiana Farmers Coliseum Saturday afternoon against a tough New Palestine (13-4) team. The Tigers wou . . . more »

   

Shelbyville competes at HHC

By Katrina Branson - Kbranson@shelbynews.com
Saturday afternoon the Shelbyville swim teams traveled to New Palestine to compete in the Hoosier Heritage Conference meet. 
Pendleton Heights would be named the winner on the girls side (481), while Greenfield-Cent . . . more »