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Girls Soccer: Kickin’ Cancer Tournament Saturday!

The GCHS women’s soccer soccer team is hosting the 2015 Kickin’ Cancer Tournament this Saturday, September 5th.  Game times and teams are: 2:00p.m.       Greenfield-Central vs Lawrence Central          East Field 2:00p.m.       Brownsburg vs Genesis United                       West Field 6:00p.m.       Consolation Match      

Greenfield-Central High School Girls Varsity Golf finishes 2nd place

Tuesday, September 1, 2015 4:30 PM Place 2 Points 179 Meet Recap The lady Cougars had their best team score in four years Tuesday night with a 179 which was good for 2nd place in the Hancock County Championship. Congratulations to Makenzie Fisk for making the all county team with a 41. Lindsey McCord shot

Greenfield-Central High School Boys Varsity Soccer beat Pendleton Heights High School 6-1

Tuesday, September 1, 2015 7:00 PM Pendleton Heights High School AWAY 1 Greenfield-Central High School HOME 6 Game Recap Greenfield-Cetral opened the scoring in Tuesday night’s contest vs. the Arabians with a penalty kick goal by Enrique Ferrara just five minutes into the match. Braiden Sticks did well to earn the penalty as the keeper

Greenfield-Central High School Boys Varsity Tennis falls to Delta High School 0-5

Tuesday, September 1, 2015 5:30 PM Greenfield-Central High School AWAY 0 Delta High School HOME 5 Meet Recap Greenfield-Central lost 0-5 to Delta High School. The Cougars fought hard and didn’t give up a single game easily, but in the end it wasn’t enough. Even with a loss the Cougars are looking stronger with every

Greenfield-Central High School Girls Varsity Cross Country finishes 12th place

Saturday, August 29, 2015 8:30 AM Place 12 Points 132 Meet Recap The Greenfield-Central Lady Cougars placed 12th of 14 school in the Noblesville Black & Gold Hokum Karem on Saturday. The meet was split into large and small school divisions with the Cougars placing 7th among the large schools. GC was led by the