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HSE Football Blog – Mark Morrow

By MARK MORROW Where’s the beef? Good place to look is on the offensive line of the Hamilton Southeastern football team. There’s both solid, tough beef and some lean, versatile beef among linemen who stand pretty tall for the Royals (6-3). And that all-senior line hopes to prove it’s what’s up front that counts in

HSE’s Addison Cazier – IHSAA State Tennis Finals

HSE’s Senior Addison Cazier (19-1: 5-0) will open up quarterfinal play in the IHSAA State Individual Tennis Tournament on Friday at 2:00 pm at Park Tudor High School against Brandon Wu (13-0; 6-0), a senior from Evansville Memorial.  The winner will play in the semifinals at 10:00 am on Saturday against the winner of Richmond’s Eric Hollingsworth (20-0;

HSE Wrestling Practice and Event Schedule

Below you will find the link for the complete practice and event schedule. If you have any questions please contact Coach Poyer. Season Event and Workout Schedule.

HSE Winter Sports Blog — Mark Morrow

By MARK MORROW It’s October…and Winter Sports are just around the corner. The smell of popcorn at the many popular indoors venues, hoopla and just plain excitement. Hey, that’s pretty hard to beat! Soon you will hear the bouncing balls that signify the start of basketball practice for the girls. Mark Oct. 24 on your

Hamilton Southeastern High School Freshman Football beat Brownsburg High School 28-0

Saturday, October 15, 2016 10:00 AM Brownsburg High School AWAY 0 Hamilton Southeastern High School HOME 28 Game Recap The HSE Freshman Royals finished their season on a high note, defeating Brownsburg 28-0 for their first shutout of the year. It was an all-around great effort by the Royals, who finished with a record of

HSE Football Blog – Mark Morrow

HSE Football Blog — MARK MORROW The Hamilton Southeastern football team went to Noblesville three weeks ago, held the Millers scoreless in the second half, and won 28-14. The Millers then went to Brownsburg, scored on a game-winning, 2-point conversion in the closing seconds and handed the then-Class 6A No. 6 Bulldogs their only season