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Anderson claims third place with win over Lapel

By Mike Battreall | For The Herald Bulletin Jan 5, 2019 ALEXANDRIA — Anderson evened the score with Lapel Saturday night for an early-season defeat the Bulldogs hung on the Indians. But the payback for Anderson was a bit hollow, because the rematch was for third place in the Madison County Tournament, as opposed to the

Twice as Nice: Anderson repeats as county champ with win over Lapel

 By Rob Hunt | The Herald Bulletin Jan 4, 2019 PENDLETON — The importance of Tyra Ford and Staisha Hamilton to the success of Anderson is obvious. What may be hidden in plain sight is a valuable third member of the Indians team in senior Erin Martin. When she was saddled with foul trouble Friday night,

Last Chance – Nominate or Apply for the Semper Fidelis All-American Program

Do you have what it takes to be a Semper Fidelis All-American? Time is running out to apply or nominate an athlete for the program. All applications are due Monday, December 31. Selected Semper Fidelis All-Americans will receive an all-expenses paid trip to the 2019 Battles Won Academy, held in Washington D.C.. All-Americans will experience Quantico, tour the Nation’s

Boys swim past Tigers; Girls win 9 of 12 events

The Anderson Boys Swimming & Diving team moved to    2-0 on the season after a convincing 123-52 win at Hagerstown Tuesday. Winning for the Tribe were Carson Smitherman in the 200 and 500 Freestyle, Dayton Edwards in the 200 IM and 100 Backstroke, Jaden Wilcox in the 50 and 100 Freestyle, Aiden Barrett in

Defense sparks Lady Tribe past Kokomo

By Rob Hunt | The Herald Bulletin   ANDERSON — It took a few possessions for the Anderson pressure defense to take hold. But, when it did, Staisha Hamilton and the Indians converted again and again. Hamilton’s first of four first-quarter 3-point baskets started a 24-4 run to blow past North Central Conference opponent Kokomo and

Game Lady Tribe can’t keep up with North Central

ANDERSON — The Anderson Lady Tribe were unable to keep pace with the No. 2-ranked North Central Panthers here Tuesday night. But in the first few moments, it was hard to tell which team was among the state’s best. The Indians went on top 8-0 and 15-10, but lost the lead for good soon after

Indians defeat Arabians at Pendleton Heights

PENDLETON — The Indians led by as many as 16 and cruised to a 65-63 win at Pendleton Heights. A hot stretch by Anderson from late in the first quarter to the 3 1/2-minute mark of the third turned out to be too big of a hole for the Arabians to dig out of, and PH had

Anderson wrestlers take down Alexandria

ANDERSON — Alexandria got a jump on Anderson as far as opening the wrestling season, with five dual matches Saturday at Elwood. It took Anderson a little more time Monday night to get to where it desired, but the Indians got there 48-30 in a match that had a lot of quick resolutions — 11

Elliott and Anderson look to take the next step

ANDERSON — The numbers might say otherwise, but for Anderson boys basketball coach Mike Elliott, last season was more bitter than sweet. The Indians won a sectional game for the first time since 2014-15, shocking Noblesville 74-69 in double overtime last February. With 11 victories in 25 games, Elliott made an impact by steering the

Lady Tribe rolls in NCC opener against Richmond

By Mike Battreall | For The Herald Bulletin  –  Nov 9, 2018 ANDERSON — After three season-opening defeats, all to Class 4A top-15 squads, Anderson’s girls basketball team found the competition more to its liking Friday night. The Lady Tribe played like they were facing an inferior opponent, that being very aggressively and smart. Anderson pressured