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HHC announces All-Conference boys soccer

Seven players from HHC and sectional champion Greenfield-Central lead the 22-player All-Hoosier Heritage Conference boys soccer team.

All eight schools were represented on the team, including five from conference runner-up Shelbyville. Also included were G-C’s Zack Bell, the HHC’s leading scorer (34 goals, 81 points) and HHC assists leader Caleb Mundell of G-C (26 assists)

Greenfield-Central’s Bobby Holden was named Coach of the Year.

2019 All-Hoosier Heritage Conference boys soccer

  • Zac Stanley, Sr., Delta
  • Zack Bell, Sr., Greenfield-Central
  • Caleb Mundell, Sr., Greenfield-Central
  • Tyler Murphy, Sr., Greenfield-Central
  • Trevor Sawyer, Sr., Greenfield-Central
  • Brantley Kuntz, Sr., Greenfield-Central
  • Abe Buescher, Jr., Greenfield-Central
  • John Halvorsen, So., Greenfield-Central
  • Anthony Wallace, Sr., Mt. Vernon
  • Drew Heitman, Sr., Mt. Vernon
  • Jarel Coatie, Sr., New Castle
  • Edward Yousak, Sr., New Castle
  • Jon Moore, Sr., New Palestine
  • Zach Martin, Sr., New Palestine
  • Brennan Jones, Sr., Pendleton Heights
  • Kai Moore, Sr., Pendleton Heights
  • Kaleb Schaf, Jr., Shelbyville
  • Oscar Hernandez, Jr., Shelbyville
  • Cameron Baker, Sr., Shelbyville
  • Evan Witte, Sr., Shelbyville
  • Cory Taylor, Sr., Shelbyville
  • Peyton Johnston, Sr., Yorktown

Coach of the Year; Bobby Holden, Greenfield-Central

2019 Boys Soccer Standings

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HHC golf tournament Saturday

The first Hoosier Heritage Conference championship of the 2019-20 school year will be decied Saturday with the HHC golf meet at River’s Edge Golf Course in Shelbyville.

The match will begin at 2 p.m. with a shotgun start. Each golfer will play 18 holes

The top eight individuals will be named All-Conference.

Pendleton Heights is the defending champion, with New Palestine’s Annaliese Fox the defending individual champion.

A limited number of spectator carts will be available for $20 on a first-come, first-served basis, with spectators with carts asked to remain on designated cart paths. Spectators are welcome on the course, but are asked to stay in the rough and follow IHSAA guidelines regarding communication with participants. The snack bar will also be available to spectators, players and coaches.

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