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Boys 4X100 Team Breaks School Record at County

The boys 4X100 team of (l to r) Stephen Wallace, Devin Reece, Frank Grimes, and Jacob Frank break the Westfield school record at the Hamilton County meet on May 3rd, 2013  

Rocks Dismantle Huskies in Five Innings

Westfield hosted the Hamilton Heights Huskies on a beautiful Wednesday evening.  The Rocks jumped on the Huskies early and often, scoring three in the first and five in each of the second and third innings on their way to a 13-0 dismantling of the Huskies.  Freshman Max McCool pitched four innings of work, striking out

Big Inning Dooms Rocks

Westfield hosted the Zionsville Eagles Tuesday evening at Shamrock Field.  Zionsville’s Parker Dunshee dueled Westfield’s Trent Dean in a hard-fought contest.  The Rocks scored first in the 3rd inning but left the bases loaded only to have Zionsville answer in the top of the fourth with a big inning, scoring 5 runs.  Westfield scored one

Dietz Dominates as Rocks Top Zionsville 5-1

The 7th ranked Rocks traveled to Zionsville to open an HCC series with the defending HCC Champion and Regional Champion Eagles.  Westfield jumped on the Eagles early, scoring two runs in the first and second innings to open a 4-0 lead.  The Rocks tacked on a run in the 5th and went on to defeat

Shamrocks win Zionsville Invitational!

The Westfield boy’s varsity track team won the team title of the Zionsville Invitational track meet where ten teams from around the state competed.   It was a total team effort from distance, sprints and field participants.  16 different boys contributed to the Shamrock victory.  The relay teams and the distance members were dominant and there were

Rocks Use Power to Route Greyhounds

#7 Westfield made the short trip to Carmel Friday night for a showdown with the Carmel Greyhounds. The Greyhounds had trouble stopping the Rocks offensively as they scored in five of the seven innings of the game en-route to a 9-3 victory.  Freshman Max McCool got the start and pitched three innings, allowing three unearned

Rocks Split Twin Bill With Bulldogs

The 7th ranked Rocks traveled to Brownsburg to play a HCC double header last night.  In game one, the Rocks jumped out to an early lead, scoring four runs in the top of the first inning.  The Bulldogs pulled within one run in the 3rd inning only to have the Rocks answer with two in

Shamrocks Hammer Danville Warriors 13-3

The 7th ranked Rocks traveled to Danville last night for a game with the Warriors and returned with their 5th straight victory to improve to 8-2 on the season.  Jacob Robinson started on the mound and pitched three innings to earn the win.  He struck out struck out four and allowed only one earned run. 

Shamrocks Ranked 7th in Latest IHSBCA Poll

The April 22nd polls have been released by the IHSBCA and the Shamrocks come in ranked 7th.  The Rocks still have HCC foes McCutcheon, ranked #1, and Noblesville, ranked #6, on their schedule.  The highest ranking the Rocks have received is #3, back in 2010.  The Rocks entered last season ranked #11 and, in 2009,

Rocks Sweep Tigers to Stay Perfect in HCC Play

The Fishers Tigers traveled to Westfield Saturday morning for the series finale with the Rocks.  Fishers jumped out to a 3-0 lead after two innings and held the lead until the Rocks tied the game in the 5th inning.  In the 6th inning, Westfield exploded for seven runs en route to another 10-3 victory.  The