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  • Kokomo's Dan Myers wins
    The Sheridan Horseshoe league had its first tournament of the season on Sunday and had welcomed pitchers from central and northern Indiana. Dan Myers of Kokomo, came in and immediately made his presence known pitching a game of 130. Fellow league member Jeff Ogle was right behind him with a 126 and after the second round Jeff had pulled ahead into first place, Dan fell to second, and Mitch Dwigans pulled into third. From there Dan Myers of Kokomo found his rhythm and held onto first place, Jeff Ogle of Noblesville finished second, Susan Dwigans of Westfield finished third, and Mike Milcoff of Noblesville finished fourth.
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  • The sound of metal clanking is under way yet again in Biddle’s Memorial Park as the Sheridan Horseshoe League completed its first week.

    The first week found Mike Milcoff with an actual series of 204, he helped his team, Deem Electric, go 4-6 for the night. Price Heating is leading so far with 7 wins. Ashpaugh Electric and JBS United both won 6 games respectively.

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  • That time is inching closer for Horseshoe pitchers in Biddle Memorial Park in Sheridan.

    The Sheridan Horseshoe League will be starting up soon and celebrating one of the country's oldest sports. From the moment you walk up to the courts, to the time you pitch your first shoe, you’ll get some unexpected feelings when that shoe clangs off that post.

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  • Rotarians serving meal at last basketball game of season

    Sheridan Rotarians are sponsoring ameal at the final boys basketball game of the regular season.

    The Blackhawks take on Frankton Friday night, Feb. 22. The game tips off at 7:30 p.m. and the Rotary Club will serve a delicious meal in the school cafeteria from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

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  • After a season-opening loss to a powerful Western Boone team that would roll through the season undefeated, the Sheridan Blackhawks football team won seven straight en route to an 8-3 final record.
    Sheridan finished the season ranked in the top 10 in Class A polls.
    It wound up being a true defensive struggle in driving rain as the Monroe Central Golden Bears ended Sheridan's season in the sectional finals by a score of 8-0 in a rematch of last year’s season-ender.

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  • Bubbling Caldron picks Sheridan contest
    Hello Sports Fans.
    Hoosier Hysteria – gridiron style – has finally arrived and ol’ Bubbles is sizzling hot and raring to go . . . and especially to put the last week behind me! Sheesh, after a stellar season I went and belly-flopped at the end. In my defense though, who really saw Sheridan falling to a .500 Heritage Christian team? Or Roncalli upsetting Guerin? Or even a 1-7 Husky team knocking off a .500 Twin Lakes squad?
    No matter. Bubbles finished 40-25 for the season and is primed and ready for sectional!
    Sheridan at Tri-Central
    Were the Blackhawks looking past Heritage Christian last week? Was Bud resting the boys? Was half the team ailing with food poisoning? It’s hard to figure how SHS – winner of seven in a row – could fall 27-14 to 4-4 HC. But fall they did.
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  • INDIANAPOLIS — As a light sprinkling rain fell on Heritage Christian School’s senior night, the Heritage Christian Eagles soared late over the Sheridan Blackhawks, winning by a score of 27-14.
    In a seven-and-a-half minute opening drive that included a fourth down conversion on their own side of the field and a third-and-12 conversion for another first down, Sheridan quarterback Drake Delph found the end zone on a 12-yard scramble that required tremendous amounts of improvisation. With a successful extra point from Cameron Hovey, the score was 7-0 with 4:34 left in the first quarter.
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  • JBS United lost the season championship to Price Heating. United teammates, led by Richard Law, could not overtake Price Heating's duo of Susan and Mitch Dwigans.
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  • Since the Sheridan Horseshoe League was rained out a couple of times, the members had to play catch up this week. Instead of their normal 10 win night they had a couple of 10 win nights!

    Price Heating recaptured the league lead by winning 18 of the 20. JBS United moved into second by winning 16 of 20, eight of which were against Traditional Concepts knocking them out of first and into third place.

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  • The last weeks have been interesting, producing three different league leaders.

    With three weeks to go, the first-round winners are currently in second place trailing Traditional Concepts by two games. Traditional Concepts winning only 13 games during the first half of the season has double that amount so far during the four weeks of the season.

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  • 'Shoe tourney was a thriller

    The second annual Asphaugh Electric horseshoe tournament was held over the weekend. The Sheridan Horseshoe league played host for the event. With the hot and humid conditions only pitchers from Hamilton County participated.

    After the first game, Susan Dwigans of Westfield led by seven points. She maintained her lead at the end of two with Greg Emry of Sheridan closing the gap to two points. 

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  • When the day began in the Sheridan Horseshoes League, there was a three-way tie atop the standings.
    When it ended, thanks to Jeff Ogle, Price Heating was standing alone in first.
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  • The O’Reilly handicapped horseshoe tournament was Saturday in Sheridan, and hometown hero Phil Kercheval led the pack at end of game one. 

     
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  • Jeff Ogle led all pitchers in three individual categories to help Price Heating capture the first round in the Sheridan Horseshoes League. Price will compete against the winner of the second round at seasons end. Should Price take the second round they will be league champions with no playoff.
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  • Mike and Michael Milcoff moved Deem into second place and will face Price Heating's mother and son combo of Susan and Mitch Dwigans for the first half leadership of the season.

    JBS United dropped into third place with the same amount of wins as Deem but trail by only four points.

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  • The last three weeks has found JBS United and Price Heating exchanging the top spot in the league.
    On June 19, those teams battled each other for the top position. JBS United pitchers Sam Gibbons and Richard Reddick had good nights at the horseshoe courts but not good enough to defeat the mother and son combo of Susan and Mitch Dwigans, putting Price Heating on top again.
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  • Milcoff takes top honors

    It was an exciting tournament, Saturday, at Biddle Memorial Park that came down to the wire.

    This was the Sheridan Horseshoe League's first open tournament of the season. Several pitchers from central Indiana showed up at the courts in Biddle's Memorial Park. The league ran two sessions in order to common date all pitchers.

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  • It was Richard Law who led the Sheridan Horseshoe League in week two.

    Law finished first in three out of four categories. The hot-pitching Law's performance helped his team, JBS United, stay in first place.

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  • The ceremony was short, sweet and brought tears to the eyes of many in attendance.

    Last Saturday — on Opening Day of the Sheridan Recreation Program’s baseball season — several hundred people gathered around Diamond 1 at Biddle Memorial Park for the revealing of “The Joe Grinstead Jr. Memorial Field.”

    Joe Grinstead Jr. died on April 7, after he lost a battle with a rare, fast-acting tumor. Those who knew him knew he was always ready to pitch in and help without hesitation, Sheridan Town Council Vice President Steve Fisher said to the mixed crowd of Grinsteads and their friends.

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  • Friday night’s varsity baseball game between Sheridan and Indianapolis Washington was called after four innings because of darkness with the Blackhawks leading 22-2.

    Sheridan opened the onslaught with four runs in the top of the first inning and followed with 10 runs in the second.

    Washington pushed two runs across in the bottom of the frame, but Sheridan answered with another eight runs in the third.

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