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ALUMNI NEWS: Hall of Fame honors MHS basketball all-star

Former Marion High School boys’ basketball player David Anderson has been honored by the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame as one of the members of the 2014 Silver Anniversary Team. Anderson is one of 18 players honored for their outstanding accomplishments as high school seniors in 1989. According to a press release by the Hall

Wrestlers top Anderson

Marion High School wrestling Coach Steve Swinson reports that on Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013, the team had an outstanding and exciting home dual high school wrestling meet against the Anderson Indians. “Very proud of our senior group of wrestlers who pinned us to a victory tonight,” he said on the team’s Facebook page. Marion earned

All eyes on MHS: Indy Star’s “A to Z”

More regional focus on Marion High School, as the boys’ basketball season gets underway: The Indy Star recently published “High school basketball from A to Z” – an article focusing on “reasons … to be excited about the 2013-14 high school basketball season”. And what does “B” stand for? Blackmon. MHS Coach James Blackmon and his

Girls’ soccer players earn state honors

Several Marion High School girls’ soccer players earned state recognition for their performance on and off the field this year. MHS seniors Tahlor Mills and Rachel Jumper and juniors Emily Murphy and Samantha Dietrich were named to the All-State Academic Team by the Indiana Soccer Coaches Association. Jumper, along with sophomore Kaylan Williams, earned honorable mentions on the All-State Team

Boys’ soccer players earn state honors

Several Marion High School boys’ soccer players earned state recognition for their performance on and off the field this year. MHS junior Luke Oliver, along with seniors Jonah Spence, Derek Harvey, and Kyle Roorbach, were named to the All-State Academic Team by the Indiana Soccer Coaches Association. Oliver also earned an honorable mention on the

C-T: Giants strong in numbers

Marion High School wrestling coach Steve Swinson recently talked with the Chronicle-Tribune about the season ahead. Seven seniors lead the way, but with nearly three dozen wrestlers this year – including more than a dozen freshmen – the future’s bright for the program, he said. >> Read more here.

C-T: Swimmers have good numbers for season

Marion High School girls’ swimming coach Willie Tucker recently talked with the Chronicle-Tribune about the season ahead. He said a larger team than in recent years has him looking forward to a good season: “I’m excited because we have got 15 girls and that is the most that we have had in a while,” he told

Girls’ basketball game moved due to power outage at MHS

The girls’ basketball game set for Tuesday, Nov. 19, at Marion High School has been moved due to the continuing power outage at MHS. The Giants will host Fort Wayne Canterbury at McCulloch Junior High School, instead of Marion High School. Only the varsity teams will play. Game time is set for 7 p.m.

C-T: Giants ranked No. 8 in preseason

The Marion boys’ basketball team is ranked tied for eighth in Class 4A as the Associated Press released its preseason poll on Monday. The Giants received 72 total points and one first place vote. They are tied for eighth with Munster. >> Click here to read more in the Chronicle-Tribune.