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Lawrence North tops Lady Tribe

INDIANAPOLIS — The Anderson Indians are wasting no time putting their own feet to the fire. For the second time in the opening week, Anderson fell on the road to a team with high postseason aspirations, this time dropping a 91-57 decision at Lawrence North on Saturday afternoon. The Wildcats improved to 2-0, while the

Lady Tribe looks to stand tall in 2018-19

By Rich Torres | For The Herald Bulletin ANDERSON — The Anderson girls basketball team isn’t going to intimidate anyone with its height this season. With their tallest player listed at 5-foot-8, the Indians aren’t a towering presence. But those measurables aren’t negating the defending Madison County champions’ high ceiling. With 5-8 sophomore forward Tyra

Stokes finally finds fit in Anderson

By George Bremer | The Herald Bulletin ANDERSON — Xander Stokes is the best-kept secret in Madison County. Any novice needed only to go out to Collier Field and watch a game to understand the senior quarterback’s physical gifts. The way the ball comes out of his hand, the windows he can throw it into,

Tyra Ford featured in Herald-Bulletin preview

The Herald-Bulletin’s annual “Elite Eleven” has been released for the 2018-19 Girls Basketball season. Anderson’s representative is sharp-shooting and shot-swatting junior Tyra Ford.

Tribe’s offense shines in sectional semifinal rout

By George Bremer | The Herald Bulletin   Oct 26, 2018 ANDERSON — It didn’t take long for the celebration to spill outside the playing field Friday night at Collier Field. The hardy fans that braved cold-and-wet conditions were rewarded with a piece of history. For just the second time since 1993, Anderson won a postseason

Indians rally for 2nd straight victory

  RICHMOND — Xander Stokes threw four touchdown passes, and Anderson rallied from a 14-point deficit to knock off North Central Conference rival Richmond 27-26 on Friday night. It’s the second straight win for the Indians, who held off Arsenal Tech 12-8 last week at Collier Field. This one required a flurry of big fourth-quarter

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Tribe holds off Tech for Homecoming victory

ANDERSON — It was ugly, rough and generally unpleasant. But Anderson’s 12-8 victory over Arsenal Tech made for one beautiful homecoming result. The Indians (1-6, 1-4 North Central Conference) fell less than a minute short of posting a shutout and handed head coach Ron Qualls the first victory of his inaugural season. Quarterback Xander Stokes