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Pirates Run Past Golden Bears

By KRIS MILLS – kmills@shelbynews.com GREENSBURG — Shelbyville had a promising start to its Week 1 contest with Greensburg Friday but could not keep up with the Pirates ground attack in a 52-7 loss. The Golden Bears forced a three-and-out on their first defensive possession and moved the ball around well early on offense. Then Toby

10 Games To Watch-Football

By KRIS MILLS – kmills@shelbynews.com Football season is just around the corner. Both Shelbyville and Triton Central begin their new campaigns on Aug. 23. Last season, the Tigers finished 10-2 after a loss in the sectional final to Indianapolis Scecina. The Golden Bears were 1-9 under first-year head coach Mike Clevenger. Here are 10 games, in

Who To Watch-10 Football Players

By KRIS MILLS – kmills@shelbynews.com We are inching closer to another high school football season. Shelbyville begins its campaign on the road at Greensburg on Aug. 23. Triton Central also opens on the road with a trip to Cascade. Scrimmages for both teams will be on Aug. 16. After speaking with SHS head coach Mike Clevenger

Merritt Names All-HHC

Merritt named All-HHC Eleven players from HHC champion and 5A No. 1 New Palestine lead the All-Hoosier Heritage Conference football team, which was voted on this week by the HHC coaches. Shelbyville senior running back Matt Merritt made the All-HHC team after finishing with 732 rushing yards and four touchdowns. He started the season at

New Castle Football Game Friday Night

If the Golden Bears defeat New Castle on Friday night and you bring your ticket stub from the game to SHS Gate 4 between 4 and 6 PM on Monday, September 10th you will receive 2 free tickets for the homecoming game on Friday, September 14th vs. Greenfield Central! Come and help cheer the Golden

Coming Together-Game 1 vs. Greensburg TONIGHT

By KRIS MILLS – kmills@shelbynews.com There is no doubt about it. The Shelbyville football players are buying in. Although obviously still a work in progress, first-year SHS head football coach Michael Clevenger is building his own culture. The Golden Bears, with practically an entire new roster, are eager to reap the results of their labor in