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Pendleton Heights High School Boys Varsity Wrestling finishes 1st place

Saturday, November 21, 2015 9:00 AM Place 1 Points 0 Meet Recap Arabians defeat North Central Panthers 40-29 to open their defense of Husky Super Six title they won last year. Jace Longere, Tony flood, Tyler Flood and Dawson Miller score pins for the Arabians. Miller’s is the fastest at 1:20. Opponents School Place Points

Pendleton Heights High School Girls Varsity Basketball beat Frankton High School 57-49

Saturday, November 21, 2015 6:00 PM Frankton High School AWAY 49 Pendleton Heights High School HOME 57 Game Recap Pendleton Heights beat county foe, Frankton, 57-49 on Pendleton’s home floor. Depsite shooting 8-26 from the charity stripe the Arabians caused a plethera of turnovers for the Eagles. Sam Hammel played a great game with 15 points,

Mitchell Brown Going to Michigan

Pictured front row (L-R): Michael Brown,father; Mitchell Brown; Niki Brown, mother Back row (L-R): Connie Rickert, Asst. Principal; Jacob Brown, brother; Taralynn Brown, sister; Cody Brown, brother; Aaron Schmitt, Asst. Coach, Jeff Greene, Asst. Coach. (not pictured – Lura Brown, sister; Chad Ford, Head Coach)   Pendleton Heights student, Mitchell Brown has signed his letter

THB Soccer Athlete of the Year: Austin Kepner

Austin Kepner, senior at Pendleton Heights High School, has been named the 2015 The Herald Bulletin Soccer Athlete of the Year. Kepner was a captain on this year’s squad that finished the season 9-10 on the year but really made a strong push at the end of the season.  It was Kepner’s play that sparked

Buck to Run at New Mexico

(Pictured L-R front: father Derrick Buck, Alex Buck, mother Stephanie Buck L-R back: principal Mark Hall, brother Cole Buck, PH coach Melissa Hagerman)   Alex Buck, senior at Pendleton Heights, has signed her letter of intent to attend the University of New Mexico next year and will continue her running career.  Buck will be joining

Volleyball Awards

The volleyball team held their Banquet and Awards night on November 18, 2015.  The volleyball team finished the season with a record of 0-7 in Hoosier Heritage Conference play and 8-11 overall.  The season was marked by a tournament championship at the Park Tudor Invitational and a win on the road against Fishers High School.  Coach Stefanie

Pendleton Heights High School Girls Varsity Swimming falls to Oak Hill High School 80-103

Wednesday, November 18, 2015 6:00 PM Oak Hill High School AWAY 103 Pendleton Heights High School HOME 80 Meet Recap Despite many excellent performances, the Lady Arabians dual meet winning streak ended at 21 at the hands of Oak Hill. The Eagles depth proved too much for PHHS to overcome. Madison Brand led the way

Boys’ Soccer Awards

The boys’ soccer team held their Banquet and Awards night on November 5, 2015.  The guys finished the season with a conference record of 3-4 and an overall 9-10 record. The guys had an exciting finish to the season with wins over Anderson (3-2) and Fishers (3-2), and then fell to Hamilton Southeastern (4-1) in the sectional final.  Coach

Girls’ Soccer Awards

The girls’ soccer team held their Banquet and Awards night on November 10, 2015.  The ladies finished the season with a conference record of 4-3 and an overall 10- 7 record. The ladies concluded their season by losing in a 2OT thriller to Noblesville in the sectional. Coach Mark Davy awarded the following athletes for their soccer accomplishments