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Meet the Court: Haley and Stanley

This Homecoming pair have been best friends since middle school and are very happy to be paired up for court.  Haley Wigboldy and Stanley Galbreath are one of the six senior pairs to be picked to be king and queen for Homecoming. To get to know the potential royalty we asked them some questions about

Meet the Court: Seniors

  This week, I sat down with both Blaze Cano and Star Sanchez, two of Hanover Central’s Senior Homecoming Court nominees. This Friday night, they will be announced during halftime of the football game and honored for being selected. I asked them a few questions about their upcoming week.    How do you feel about

Best Dressed for Tacky Tourist Day

The week of September 21-25 Hanover Central is having spirit week. Since there will be no spirit games this year, each grade will compete with bringing different items for each day of the week. All grades brought in canned goods on Monday. All the canned goods will be donated to all the local shelters! Also

Meet the Court: Rayna and Jace

Rayna Rogers and Jace Foreman were selected by the Class of 2024 to be on freshman court. On Friday Night (9/25), they will be honored for being selected. I asked them a few questions about this experience. How do you feel about being on Homecoming Court? Rayna: Being on homecoming court has made me really

Tickets are Sold Out for Football Game

Tickets for Friday night’s Homecoming game are sold out!  We simply cannot sell any more due to the restrictions set by the Lake County Health Department in the wake of Covid-19.  Thank you to all our supporters!!

The History of Homecoming

Homecoming is a celebration of school spirit that involves a football game, spirit games, and a week full of activities. We all look forward to homecoming every year, but how did it start? The very first homecoming was in 1911 at the University of Missouri. The name “homecoming” was more of a welcome home to alumni

Hanover Central Drops One to Lake Central

The Hanover Wildcats lost to the Lake Central  Indians 4-1 on Monday at home.  Ryan Mueller was the lone winner for Hanover Central.  Nathan Remaly and Jacob Schulman both had close matches which didn’t turn in their favor. Tonight the Wildcats travel to Griffith to take on the Panthers.  Good luck to our boys!!  

A Blast from the Past

As the Hanover Central Wildcats continue to dominate on the field, we know that Hanover has had many successful players go through the program. One of those players was Jose Sanchez, who graduated in 2018. Jose played WR/S for the Wildcats during his time. I got to talk to Jose and ask him what he

Volleyball’s Biggest Win of the Season

As the crowd roared the Hanover Wildcats came back to secure the win against their rival Bishop Noll. Hanover fought in 5 long sets, never failing to fight for every last point. This game was highly publicized and the stands were filled on both sides with high energy and loud cheering. The father-daughter coaching rivals were ready