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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

Soft Spoken Phillips Delivers Big Hits For The Golden Bears

By JEFF BROWN – | 0 comments Nathan Phillips is most definitely an “actions speak louder than words” kind of guy. Shelbyville’s junior linebacker keeps his answers short when it comes to talking about his arrival at the varsity level this season. He continues to make sure the black-rimmed glasses stay up on his

Shelbyville Produces Frustrating 30-14 Victory Over New Castle

By JEFF BROWN – | 0 comments Pat Parks’ frustration was evident after the game. The veteran coached gathered the varsity unit minutes after a disheartening 30-14 win over New Castle Friday night at J.M. McKeand Stadium to send a message. Parks would not elaborate on his post-game topic.  “That’s between me and the

New Castle Riding High Coming Into Shelbyville

By JEFF BROWN – | 0 comments The first five minutes Friday at McKeand Stadium should be interesting. New Castle, still a relative newcomer to Hoosier Heritage Conference football, will arrive to town riding a wave of confidence after a stunning 15-14 win over Pendleton Heights last week. The win was the first for

Golden Bears Gut Out Win at Delta

Posted: Sunday, September 4, 2016 6:00 am Golden Bears gut out win at Delta By JEFF BROWN – | 0 comments MUNCIE — The last time Shelbyville won a football game at Delta High School, it was 2007 and it clinched its first Hoosier Heritage Conference championship. On Friday at Delta, the Golden Bears

Golden Bears Open HHC Schedule at Delta

By JEFF BROWN – |0 comments Shelbyville’s offensive strength is in its passing game. Delta’s defensive strength is in its veteran backfield. Game on, according to new Delta coach Chris Overholt. “We have four (defensive backs) that are two- and three-year starters,” said the 2001 Delta graduate who replaced Grant Zgunda in the offseason. Zgunda is

Lux Unleashes Aerial Assault on Franklin

By JEFF BROWN – |0 comments John Lux has been in contact with several college football programs with regard to his playing future. After Friday night’s performance in Franklin, a few more may be calling. The Shelbyville quarterback passed for 484 yards and five touchdowns to lead Class 4A, No. 9-ranked Shelbyville to a hard-fought