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Noblesville High School Junior Varsity Wrestling Competes at Avon Triple Dual

Saturday, December 3, 2016 9:00 AM Meet Recap In the triple dual versus Plainfield, Avon, and Franklin Central the Miller matched up in against all teams for a total of 27 matches. No team scores were calculated but the Millers were victorious in 17 of the 27 bouts. Against Plainfield the Millers went 7/10. Against

Noblesville High School Girls Freshman Basketball Team beat Western High School 40-20

Thursday, December 1, 2016 6:00 AM Noblesville High School AWAY 40 Western High School HOME 20 Game Recap Coach Suzy Bastin’s Millers defeated Western on the road Thursday evening. Ashley Matheis led the Millers with 16 points. Noblesville is back in action Saturday at North Central. Tip is set for noon. Box Scores 1 2

Noblesville High School Boys Varsity Basketball falls to Fishers High School 60-47

Friday, December 2, 2016 7:30 PM Fishers High School AWAY 60 Noblesville High School HOME 47 Game Recap Coach Brian McCauley’s Millers lost to Fishers in a hotly contested HCC battle at The Mill Friday night. Max Flinchum led the Millers with 22 followed by Grant Gremel with 10. The Millers are now 1-2 on

BBB: Game Notes vs Fishers

The Noblesville Millers host HCC and Hamilton County Rival Fishers on Friday night. Tipoff is at 7:30 p.m. with a 6:00 p.m. JV tip. Click below for game notes. Miller Game Notes – BBB Game 3 Fishers

Noblesville High School Boys Freshman Basketball beat Kokomo High School 36-33

Thursday, December 1, 2016 6:00 PM Kokomo High School AWAY 33 Noblesville High School HOME 36 Game Recap Coach Lance Scheib’s 9 “A” Millers got their season off to an excellent with 36-33 home win over Kokomo. Cameron Knight led the Millers with 9 points followed by Kolby Bullard with 8 and Jordan Gadis with

Noblesville High School Varsity Wrestling falls to Zionsville High School 54-15

Wednesday, November 30, 2016 6:00 PM Noblesville High School AWAY 15 Zionsville High School HOME 54 Meet Recap A dominate Zionsville wrestling team controlled the Miller wrestlers all night long. The Millers won only three bouts in the match, Nick Brady by fall, Noah Long had a last second decision with a head lock at