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Boys and Girls Swimming & Diving Sweep Rushville

The swimmers and divers defeated Rushville last night.  On the girls side it was 129-39. The boys were 115-31. First places were by the 200 medley relay teams of Caitlin Becraft, Megan Millikan, Hannah Hawrot, and Becca Foster and Sam Willis, Brayton Helderbrand, Kenton Durham and Nik Davis; Caitlin Becraft and Kenton Durham in the

Shelby Alderson selected as HHC Player of the Week

Hoosier Heritage Conference Girls Basketball                                                              Week of Dec. 9 STANDINGS Conf. GB Overall Mt.Vernon 1-0 — 4-1 New Palestine 1-0 — 3-3 PendletonHeights 2-1 —

New Castle Takes Down Delta

The New Castle Wrestling team defeated Delta Wednesday evening in the Fieldhouse to move their record to 5-1 on the season.  The match was tight coming down to the end, but three consecutive pins secured the match for the green and white.  In many ways three was a magic number for the team as the

New Castle High School Basketball Varsity Girls beats Yorktown High School 55-48

Sport Basketball Varsity Girls Home Score 48 Away Score 55 Game Recap New Castle extended their season-opening winning streak to six on Saturday when they defeated Yorktown 55-48. The Trojans are off to their best start since the 2009-10 season, when they started 7-0.At 6-0, the Lady Trojans have already matched last year’s win total.

New Castle High School Basketball JV Girls beats Yorktown High School 37-26

Sport Basketball JV Girls Home Score 26 Away Score 37 Game Recap The JV girls moved to 5-0 on the season by defeating Yorktown on Saturday. They will play a newly scheduled game at Shenandoah tonight to make up for the Muncie South game that was canceled. Box Scores Box Score: 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

New Castle High School Swimming Varsity Boys falls to New Palestine High School 83-98

Sport Swimming Varsity Boys Home Score 98 Away Score 83 Game Recap The boys’ swim team lost to New Palestine 98-38 in their first contest of the season.First place finishes included: First places were by the 200 Medley and 400 Free relay teams of Kenton Durham, Robbie Lamb, Sam Willis and Brayton Helderbrand. Brayton had