ALL HERALD BULLETIN GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM
(selected by area coaches/HB staff)
Kelsey Key, Frankton
Kenzie Gustin, Pendleton Hts.
Darien Thompson, Anderson
Kiawna Cottrell, Pendleton Hts.
Chelsea Bentley, Anderson
Taylor Potts, Anderson
Katie Key, Frankton
Kirsten Rich, Lapel
Shanna Kelly, Alexandria
Jessie Noone, Elwood
Bethani Herniak, Madison-Grant
Da’Sha Boyd, Anderson
Jaime Roberts, Daleville
Samia Carter, Anderson
Mackenzie Boles, Lapel
Kaycie Pyle, Madison-Grant; Jasmine Matthews, Anderson Preparatory Academy; Morgan Tarlton, Lapel; Tenasha Stephens, Elwood; Katelyn Leisure, Elwood
ALL HERALD BULLETIN GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM
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Arabians follow Vellinga's lead
If the student-athletes who took the field in Monday night’s sectional softball action needed a bit of motivation, they could have looked to pitcher’s circle at Legends Field where Andrea Vellinga stood and threw out the ceremonial first pitch.
Pendleton Heights battled Richmond in the opening game, as the Arabians ran past the Red Devils 10-0 in five innings. Game 2 featured Anderson and New Castle, with the Indians getting trounced 10-1.
Bulldogs outslug Raiders in Class 2A thriller
Shenandoah sent 24 batters to the plate and scored nine runs in the final three innings of its Class 2A softball sectional opener Monday at Frankton.
And the Raiders (15-12) were the losing team.
Lapel (10-13) failed to reach base in 13 straight at-bats from the end of the second inning to start of the seventh and rallied from deficits in each of the final two innings to beat Shenandoah 12-11 in an eight-inning postseason classic.
McKnight dominates Supermods at Anderson Speedway
Once Dave McKnight took the lead in the Must See Racing SuperModified feature, the outcome of the race was decided at Anderson Speedway on Monday.
Bowhunters take aim at Anderson for June competitive event
After a six-year absence, competitive archery is returning to Anderson next month.
Area high school slate about to heat up
If, as many have stated, the spring high school sports season is indeed a sprint, get ready to jump into overdrive.
Over the next four days — weather permitting — sectional champions will be crowned in softball, girls tennis and boys and girls track will enter regional competition, and baseball will begin sectional play.
Ravens’ World Series run comes to an end
The Anderson University softball team survived five elimination games to win the NCAA regional last week in Angola.
It took the nation’s top-ranked team to finally end the Ravens’ remarkable run.
Salisbury scored a 2-0 victory Saturday in Eau Claire, Wis., knocking AU (31-18) out of the NCAA Div. III Softball Championships in the program’s debut trip to the national finals.
Arabians claim net sectional title
It had happened to Lauren Robertson once, and she was determined it wasn’t going to happen again.
With the score tied at 2-2 and the sectional title resting on the outcome of the No. 3 singles match, Pendleton Heights claimed the crown as Robertson defeated Alexandria’s Hannah Libler 6-4, 6-3.
The win was the first girls tennis sectional team title in school history for PH.
Sectional tennis final suspended
It’s going to take a little longer than expected to determine the 2013 Anderson girls tennis sectional champion.
Defending champ Alexandria and Pendleton Heights barely had gotten underway Friday afternoon when heavy rain caused the suspension of the final match.
Ravens run into buzzsaw in Round 1 of Div. III Softball World Series
Anderson University's softball team lost its first game of the NCAA Div. III Softball World Series 8-1 to Luther University (Iowa) today in Eau Claire, Wis.
Castor makes historic run for Liberty Christian
When Liberty Christian’s Austin Castor lined up for the 300-meter hurdles, he did so with one goal in mind — advance to the regional.
His goal was like the other 248 student-athletes at the Mt. Vernon Sectional track meet, but Castor’s chance to run during his senior season was nearly shattered. When the Lions faced Elwood during basketball season, Castor sustained a fractured left femur.
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