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Dryden Thomas advances to Semi-State

The AHS Cross Country Team advanced one runner from the Delta Regional Saturday.  Dryden Thomas finished in the top 30 with a time of 17:56 and will compete in the semi-state meet at 1:00pm Saturday at The Plex (PFW’s Campus) in Ft. Wayne for a chance to move on to the state finals.   Congratulations to

Winter Sports Schedules Released

We have updated our winter sports schedules on the AHS Athletics website. You can now view the full season schedules for Girls and Boys Basketball, Freshman Boys Basketball, Girls and Boys Swimming and Diving and Wrestling. You can also contact the AHS athletic office at 765-641-2043 for season basketball tickets and all sport passes.  

Anderson XC sends 4 to regional

The Anderson Cross Country team will send 4 runners on to the regional meet.  Jada Mullins, Athena Barnard, Damaurion Menifee and Dryden Thomas will run Saturday, October 19 @ the Muncie Sports Plex with the chance to move on to semi-state! 

Sponsorship Spotlight: Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling | Presented by VNN

We are excited to highlight Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling as a continued sponsor and long-time supporter of Indian Athletics. Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling has been providing quality plumbing, heating and cooling services to Madison County communities for more than 40 years! They specialize in service, repair and equipment replacement in residential buildings. Summers

Jones honored as player of the week

Senior guard Joseph Jones was awarded the WIBU player of the week for his performance against conference rival, Indianapolis Arsenal Tech on Friday, December 13th. Jones scored a season high 25 points in the game, going 6 for 11 from 3 pt range. The Indians will be in action again tonight in another rivalry matchup

Qualls signs with Indiana State

Congratulations to Wide Receiver, Malachi Qualls on formally committing to continue his academic and athletic career at Indiana State University! On the football field, his achievements include 4 time all state honors, 2 time all NCC honors, and the state record for receptions in a season, among many others. Malachi was also a stand out

AHS swimmers split with Jay County

With a 116-67 win against Jay county Thursday night, Anderson’s boys swimming advanced to 3-0 on the season. Notable performances include a 4 win night for Carson Smitherman and Dayton Edwards, and a personal record for Isaac Hanauer in the 100 breaststroke with a 1:12.83. The lady tribe fell short on the night by a

Indians to play at Bankers Life Fieldhouse

The Anderson boys basketball team will play Shenandoah at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Dec. 28th in Indianapolis. The game is part of The Really Big Basketball Show which also includes Madison County teams Alexandria and Frankton. The Indians will play the third game of the day at approx. 5:20 PM. Pre-sale tickets are $10 and

Lady Tribe wins OT Thriller!

The Lady Tribe Basketball Team walked away with a win Tuesday night after a back and forth over time thriller with conference foe, Marion, by a score of 61-55.  Anderson remains undefeated in conference play with another important matchup against Harrison at home on Saturday (1:00pm JV, 2:30pm Varsity).

Anderson Wrestlers Show Early Flashes of Brilliance

The Anderson Wrestling Team placed third in the six team Wawasee Invitational on Saturday, missing first place by only one win.  The Indians lost a close match to Wawasee in the first round, then dominated the competition for the remainder of the day.  Due to a loss by Wawasee to Warsaw later in the day,

Lady tribe dominates Wildcats

The Anderson Lady Tribe Basketball Team won a conference matchup with the Kokomo Wildcats by a margin of 75-38 on Saturday.  The Tribe was led by Tyra Ford, with 17 points, Karlee Goodwin, with 16 points, and Erin Martin, with 15 points.  With the win, Anderson goes to 2-0 in the NCC and 3-4 overall. 

AHS to host Red and Green Game

Monday, November 18th, the Indians will host the Red and Green game to showcase all of the boys basketball programs offered from grades 6-12. Tickets will be sold at the door for $3.  In between games, there will be several opportunities for fan involvement including a half court shot contest and relay race for prizes. 6:00

ACS to honor late coach Phil Buck

On Tuesday, November 26th, at the AHS boys basketball home opener against Pendleton Heights, the Indians will be hosting “Phil Buck Night” at the Teepee to honor the late coach. Coach Buck was inducted into the Indiana basketball hall of fame in 1983 after 37 years of coaching. During 24 seasons at Madison Heights, Buck won nine sectionals,