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2018-19 Varsity Cheerleaders

As we wrap up an excellent year, it is time to pass the torch onto the next group of girls ready to make their mark in the MEC. Here are your 2018-2019 SHS Varsity Cheerleaders Chloe Fortner- 12 Jesse Mirando-12 Lexy Price- 12 Kaylen Sears- 12 Madison Surface- 12 Abby Decker- 11 Eden Powell- 11

Track Season Starts Thursday at Home

The Shenandoah Varsity Boys and Girls will begin their seasons at home on Thursday, weather permitting. The Raiders will be hosting a 3-way meet with county foe Knightstown and Indiana Math and Science out of Indianapolis. The meet is scheduled to begin at 5pm at Dale Green Field. The Raiders will also be hosting home

Spring Sports Begin on Winter’s Last Day

The Shenandoah Raider softball team, under first year head coach Alison Merritt, begins our spring sport season with a scrimmage at Union County tonight. The Raiders will feature four seniors this season: Kenzie Williams, Kelsi Lawyer, Kira Campbell, and Harleigh Perry. This versatile bunch will get help on the varsity initially from: Juniors Kaylen Sears,

Lady Raiders Give Out Awards

Coach Dameon Wyatt and his staff celebrated a successful season last night with the annual awards banquet in the SHS cafeteria. The meal was catered by Greg’s RBI and the following awards were given out: Up & Coming: Jenna Stewart Relentless: Erikka Hill Pat Summit: Sami Deley Lady Raider: Hillery Shepherd Junior Varsity MVP: Rachel

Raiders Set for Regional Saturday

The Raider boys, straight off of their hard earned sectional championship, head to Greenfield Central for Regional action on Saturday March 10. The Raiders play at noon following the contest between Union County and Indianapolis Scecina. The Raiders will be taking on Cloverdale, who have a record of 20-6 this season. Like the Raiders, the

Raiders Are Sectional Champions (again)!

The Shenandoah Raiders stormed through sectional 42 and picked up the school’s 8th overall sectional championship in boy’s basketball by defeating the Howe HS Hornets on Saturday night 61-50. This marks the first time the boys have won a sectional at home, in only their second try. The Raiders have also accomplished a third straight

Oh, By the Way…..Raider JV finished 21-1 This Season!!

Lost in all the commotion of back-2-back sectional championships is the fact that the Raider Boys JV finished their season with 21 wins and a single loss. The loss came to New Palestine back on December 1st. Since then, the Raiders ran off 18 straight wins! The Raiders also were winners at the Rushville Invitational

Sectional Play Begins Tuesday: Raiders Eye Rematch with Eastern Hancock

IHSAA sectional play begins on Tuesday night at 6pm as sectional 42 host Shenandoah will look to avenge one of the 4 losses in an 18-4 season versus the Eastern Hancock Royals. The Raiders and Royals tied for the top spot in the MEC this winter with identical 8-1 marks. The Royals defeated SHS on

Raiders Tie Royals for MEC Championship

On the basis of last Friday night’s conference win at Wapahani, the SHS boys basketball team will share the conference championship with Eastern Hancock. Both teams finished with identical 8-1 conference records. Ironically, the Raiders and Royals have drawn each other in the first round of IHSAA sectional play tomorrow at 6pm. The game will

Allred Finishes 5th at State!

SHS sophomore Silas Allred earned the 5th place medal Saturday at the IHSAA state finals at Banker’s Life Arena. Silas pinned his opponent Friday night but dropped a tough match Saturday morning before rallying to finish with 2 more wins. This is the 2nd season in row that Silas has finished with a single loss.