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IHSAA Tip of the Week

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (2-23-15) “Promoting education based athletics in Indiana” Rivalry games/meets/matches have been a big part of sports throughout history. Let’s face it, some games just seem more important than others. Who is your biggest rival? Do you look at the game in a different way? Every school has that team

Special Olympics

Please enjoy the article about Special Olympics and the Champions Together event put on by the Castle High School Student Athletic Council.

More Weather Changes

The Boys Basketball “Night with the Knights” scheduled for Friday night 2/20/15 has been cancelled due to the weather. Boys Swimming Sectional diving prelims will now start at 10:30am instead of 9am with swimming and diving finals to begin are regularly scheduled 1pm. Boys Basketball vs. Jeffersonville is currently still scheduled for 4:30/6pm (CST).  The

Girls Swim State

Congrats to the Lady Knights swim team as they finished 10th at the state finals.  Team and individual results were: 1 Carmel  445 2 Fishers 179 3 Chesterton 164 4 Zionsville 163 4 Crown Point 163 6 Columbus North 114 7 Hamilton Southeastern 106 8 Penn 97 9 Center Grove 95 10 Castle 94 200

Winter Weather Changes

Boys Swim Sectional for Thursday 2/19 and Saturday 2/21 will go on as scheduled at Castle High School.  Prelims will be Thursday 2/19 at 5:30pm, diving prelims Saturday 2/21 at 9am, and finals Saturday 2/21 at 1:00pm. Boys Wrestling State Finals will also go on as scheduled Friday 2/20 and Saturday 2/21 at Banker’s Life

Castle High School Girls Varsity Swimming finishes 1st place

Saturday February 7th, 2015 01:00 PM Place 1 Points 557.5 Final Knights Place Points 1 557.5 Opponents Mount Vernon High School Place Points 2 399.5 Memorial High School Place Points 3 365 Francis Joseph Reitz High School Place Points 4 189 Mater Dei High School Place Points 5 146.5 Evansville North High School Place Points

IHSAA Tip of the Week

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (2-9-15) “Promoting education based athletics in Indiana”   A few weeks ago a Hall of Fame baseball player from the past, Ernie Banks, passed away.  Known as “Mr. Cub”, Banks had the reputation of being the ultimate professional, even though his team, the Chicago Cubs, never won the pennant.