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Freshman Arabians Blank Cougars 27 – 0

Arabians 27, Cougars 0   For the first time in the 2020 season, the vaunted Freshman Arabian football offense went without scoring in the first half. No fear fans, for the freshman D held the Cougars of Greenfield scoreless and mustered a score of its own thanks to a 65 yard interception for six by

Friday Night Lights: New Palestine Dragons

The Pendleton Heights Arabians (4-0/2-0) welcomes the #2 5A New Palestine Dragons (2-1/1-1) to John Broughton Field on Friday night for a Hoosier Heritage Conference matchup.  Kickoff is 7:30 PM. Game Info Teams: New Palestine Dragons vs Pendleton Heights Arabians Time: 7:30 PM Capacity:  50% per Madison County Health Department Tickets: $5.00 (Kindergarten and up).  All Tickets

Boys JV Soccer: Anderson Prep

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

Volleyball: Hamilton SE

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

Girls Soccer: Delta

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

9th Football: Greenfield-Central

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

PHHS boys finish in 7th out of 17 teams (red division) in Marion

Boys XC place 7th out of 17 teams in the red division of the Wildcat Classic Invitational.  The team put out a great effort today and several achieved their own personal best time.  Leading the Arabians and coming in 21st was A Carpenter 16:25 (PR), K Drinkut 17:07 (PR), W Coggins 17:07 (PR), S Roan