Category: Sports

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Football team seeks rematch against Pike

Boys football wraps up their regular season with a record of three wins and six loses. They started their season off strong with two wins against Hamilton Southeastern and Fishers high school. They later...

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Boys Cross Country Advance to State

As quiet fell over the spectators, the air was tense as over 150 boys stood on the start line ready for the gun to go off. Last Saturday, the boys cross-country team headed down...

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Fall Sports Traditions

Every year, during tournament season, fall sports have traditions in which the players on the teams participate in each season. Fall sports include soccer, football, boys tennis, cross country, girls volleyball and girls golf....

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Blind-Sided

Welcome to Blind-Sided, the fast paced uncensored opinions of North Central students and faculty. The concept of the Blind-Sided story is to engage the students and faculties opinions on disputed events and ideas. The...

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5 things to know about the Homecoming tailgate

1.There are plenty of activities for the whole family including bounce houses, face painters, and music. 2. Food trucks come and supply food for everyone to buy at the tailgate. 3. The graduating classes...

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5 things to know about the MIC

1. The MIC is the Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference, which is the conference that sports compete in. 2. The schools in the MIC are as follows: Ben Davis, Carmel, Center Grove, North Central, Lawrence Central,...

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Girls volleyball preview

As fall sports begins girls volleyball is one of the teams expected to do very well this season. Last year, they won the North Central invitational and gained second place in the Marion county...

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Why the NBA Playoffs are Too Long

There is a part in the movie “Baseketball,” directed by South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, where legendary sports broadcaster Dan Patrick tells the audience something along the lines of, “We have...