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Balanced Field After Sectional Championship

By JEFF BROWN – | 0 comments There is no easy path through the 2016 Shelbyville Boys Tennis Sectional. Waldron (11-6) and the host Golden Bears (6-9) begin the longest journey today with a quarterfinal round matchup at 5 p.m. The winner advances to Thursday’s semifinal round to face Morristown (5-11). Southwestern (11-3) and

Shelbyville High School Boys Junior Varsity Soccer beat Rushville 2-1

Saturday, September 24, 2016 10:00 AM Rushville AWAY 1 Shelbyville High School HOME 2 Game Recap Shelbyville held off a second half surge from Rushville to come away with a 2-1 victory. Two first half goals were well-earned as the Bears controlled much of the possession and looked the more dangerous team. After halftime, the

Shelbyville High School Boys Varsity Soccer beat Rushville 4-1

Saturday, September 24, 2016 12:00 PM Rushville AWAY 1 Shelbyville High School HOME 4 Game Recap Shelbyville stayed patient after a frustrating first half saw numerous opportunities but no goals and ended up with a 4-1 victory over Rushville. From the opening few minutes, the Bears controlled the midfield and were constantly hunting for an

All Teams Schedule: Week of September 26 – October 2

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Shelbyville High School, September 26 – October 2 MONDAY September 26, 2016 5:00 PM Girls Middle School Cross CountryHhc @ DOE CREEK SCHEDULE 5:00 PM Boys Middle School Cross CountryHhc @ DOE CREEK SCHEDULE 5:00 PM Girls Middle School TennisSouthport @ SHELBYVILLE SCHEDULE 5:00 PM Boys Varsity

Shelbyville High School Boys Varsity Soccer falls to Noblesville High School 3-0

Thursday, September 22, 2016 5:30 PM Noblesville High School AWAY 3 Shelbyville High School HOME 0 Game Recap Playing in our third game in four days left the Bears with some tired legs. After holding a strong Noblesville team scoreless through most of the first half, the Bears gave up 3 quick goals to end

Lux Approaching Passing Records For Golden Bears

John Lux is in no hurry to talk about his future. The Shelbyville senior is still living in the moment. And that moment is pretty spectacular. In five wins, Lux has completed 93-of-168 pass attempts (55 percent) for 1,587 yards, 17 touchdowns and just three interceptions. Oddly, Lux, Shelbyville head coach Pat Parks and offensive coordinator