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Plugs on winning streak entering state tournament play

Speedway’s varsity girls basketball team capped off a 16-6 regular season with a 67-64 win Thursday night against Cascade.  The win clinched third place in the Indiana Crossroads Conference race and was the team’s 13th win in their last 15 games. Speedway received a first round bye and will open Sectional play Friday February 8th

Girls Basketball Senior Night combined with Unified Basketball Game

It’s a big night at the Morris Pollard Gymnasium tonight (Thursday January 30).  The varsity and JV girls basketball teams will be hosting Cascade in the final regular season game of the year. Immediately after the JV game, Speedway’s Student Athletic Leadership Team is sponsoring a Unified Sports Basketball game.   Speedway and Cascade students will

Don’t Forget to Vote for the Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling January Athlete of the Month

You only have two more days to vote for the Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling January Athlete of the Month. Cast your vote before voting closes Friday, January 31 at 11:59PM. Click here to vote now and share the link below with your friends and family. Sharable Link: Below are the nominees: Boys: Jared

Sparkplugs draw first round bye

Speedway’s varsity girls basketball team learned its IHSAA tournament fate Sunday afternoon.   The Sparkplugs drew a first round bye in their first visit to Sectional 28.   They will play the winner of the George Washington-Cardinal Ritter matchup on Friday February 7th.   Washington is the host school of this year’s IHSAA sectional. The

Wrestlers visit Avon Sectional Saturday

Speedway’s varsity wrestling team concluded its regular season with a visit to the Cardinal Ritter Invitational.   It was the team’s final meet prior to this week’s IHSAA sectional.   The Sparkplugs travel to Avon where two top ten teams (Brownsburg, Avon) and eight other schools will be participating.   The meet begins at 9