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Boys XC finish 3rd at Sectionals

PHHS boys XC finish in 3rd at Sectionals. Team scores were HSE 21, Fishers, 34, PHHS 89, Frankton 121, Blue River Valley 185, ANderson 196, Elwood 225, Liberty Christian 228, Alexandria Monroe 230, Shenandoah 242, and Lapel 256. Each PHHS runner received a 3rd place ribbon and 4 additional ribbons were given to PHHS runners

Cross Country: Sectional

The boys and girls cross country runners will start their post season campaign on Saturday, October 10th when they run in the IHSAA Sectional at Pendleton Heights.  Twelve teams will be competing for an opportunity to advance to the following Saturday’s Regional at the Muncie Sportsplex.  The girls will race first starting at 10:00 am. 

Girls Soccer: Sectional Semi-Finals

The girls soccer team defeated Muncie Central in the opening round of the sectional earning advancement to Thursday’s semi-final round against host Noblesville starting at 5:30 pm.  The Lady Millers defeated Anderson in their first round match.   Hamilton SE and Fishers will play in the second semi-final game.  The two semifinal winners will play for

Friday Night Lights: Yorktown Tigers

The Pendleton Heights Arabians (4-3/2-3) welcomes the Yorktown Tigers (3-4/1-4) to John Broughton Field on Friday night for a Hoosier Heritage Conference matchup.  Kickoff is 7:30 PM. Game Info Teams: Yorktown Tigers vs Pendleton Heights Arabians Time: 7:30 PM Capacity:  50% per Madison County Health Department Tickets: $5.00 (Kindergarten and up).  All Tickets must be purchased in advance

Arabians Defeat Delta

JV and Freshman Combo 51, Delta 6 Setting the tone for a lopsided affair, golden footer Dom Apo launched the opening kickoff into the endzone. The Arabians never looked back. The swarming host defenders led by Karson Petty, Wil Logan, Eli Arthur, Eli Libler, and Peyton Pollock swallowed up the Eagle offense giving the Arabian

Volleyball: Alexandria

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, each school and community has had to come up with their own athletic protocols based on the guidance of their local health department, the Indiana State Department of Health, the CDC, and state and federal government guidelines.  Please note that each school community will have different protocols.  This includes the maximum