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Kiana Siefert steals the ball from the opposing team. As she sprints down field, she takes the ball to score.

COVID-19 versus Noblesville Millers: The need to keep players healthy has caused practices and games to look a little different this year

October 8, 2020

The need to keep players healthy has caused practices and games to look a little different this year For many athletes at Noblesville High School, sports are an outlet to relieve stress and anxiety. Since...



March 13, 2020

Despite a re-modeled version of the XFL, the league seems doomed to fail.

Carmel had to throw in near student section.

Carmel beats Noblesville in basketball playoffs 39-37 (March 6)

March 12, 2020

The Millers put up a strong game against the Greyhounds last week.

Noblesville bowling team wins state

Noblesville bowling team wins state

February 24, 2020

On February 1st, after a hard working season, Noblesville High School's bowling team became the first ever co-ed team to win state. In the competition they competed against many schools in Indiana, but in...

“They're great kids and they work hard and have learned pretty well so far,” coach Donna Buckley said about the five freshmen girls in the basketball team.

The new Fab Five: The Lady Millers have five future stars in the making

February 22, 2020

High school sports can be a rude awakening for incoming freshmen due to the heightened expectations when it comes to both school and sports.

Photo by Kaci Craig

Back in the game: Coach Peckinpaugh steps up as new basketball coach

December 22, 2019

No multiyear contracts. No million dollar salaries. No brand deals or big-time corporate sponsors. This is High School basketball in Noblesville, Indiana and the coach who leads them is John Peckinpaugh, bringing his experience as both a college coach and a player.

Roden was named Head Football Coach in April of 2018. He stepped down Monday morning.

NHS head football coach Justin Roden steps down

November 18, 2019

Noblesville High School varsity football coach Justin Roden announced this morning that he will not be returning to Noblesville for the next season due to personal family needs.

Sammy Huff, NHS-100 breast sectional champion and state cut, reaches out to MacKenna Lieske from CHS.

Swimmer’s success: Junior Sammy Huff races her way to victory

November 15, 2019

All sports demand dedication and commitment, whether it’s competing independently or as a member of a team. It requires after-school practices that occur anywhere from two to five times a week. However, swimming is a sport that goes beyond even those hours. The NHS swim team works out fifteen hours a week, six days a week, hitting the pool at least once a day.

The Noblesville Millers celebrate their win 1-0 against Carmel on November 2

Noblesville Millers defeat Carmel to win Girls Soccer State Championship

November 2, 2019

The 2019-20 girls soccer state tournament came to a dramatic end when the Noblesville Millers defeated the Carmel Greyhounds 1-0 at Fishers High School on Saturday, winning the Class 3A Girls State Championship.

Freshman Abby Pittman cheers for her teammates. She is also in the Sensation show choir.

Powderpuff? More like Power-puff: NHS Powderpluff players could tackle Bubbles, Blossom, and Buttercup any day

October 6, 2019

Homecoming: a week full of festivities specially tailored to build excitement and anticipation within the student body—all for a dance and a football game. Although fancy pants and glittery heels for the Saturday dance are the focus of most teens’ days, one often overlooked homecoming activity calls for more fierce than fancy. Powderpuff players often choose their cleats and jerseys over heels and dresses during homecoming week.

Meador takes on the 'ville

Meador takes on the ‘ville

September 1, 2019

It’s July and the strength and conditioning position at Noblesville High School is open. Only one person can fill it. Stressed out and pressed for time, the interview committee begins the hunt to fi...

A NHS safeguard

Analyce Craft, Staff Writer

September 1, 2019

A quiet auditorium, students yawn and shift in their seats, itching for the moment when they’re able to move from their places. Through the silence, music cuts on and then it begins, a shocking burst of color and movement, catching the attention and interest of the entire crowd. Color guard is a performance art that many at NHS can pride themselves in being passionate about. The group itself has undergone many changes an...

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