|Sat, Nov 01, 2014 03:31 AM
|Issue of October 29, 2014
Saturday's Crawford County cross country regional was almost a case of déjà vu as the North Harrison Cougars and Floyd Central Lady Highlanders put themselves on top of the scoring column again after winning last Tuesday's sectional on the same course. North Harrison's Ashton Bosler and Borden's Julien Magallanes also repeated with wins individually....more >>
Corydon Central made it interesting in the second half Friday, coming within one score of Brownstown Central on the gridiron....more >>
Corydon Central's doubles team of Nick Keith and Jeremy Buess bowed out of the state tennis tournament Saturday....more >>
"I think something is finally clicking with the girls," Lanesville volleyball coach Brittney Gayhart said....more >>
Seeking to lock up a better than .500 record for the first time since 2006, the North Harrison football team came up short of the mark when they visited Paoli Friday....more >>
It was a night of lights on, lights out Thursday at the Ron Ferguson Gymnasium as the North Harrison Lady Cats and Crawford County Lady Pack saw their off-and-on switches go up and down, with the Lady Cats getting the final say in a 3-1 win. Both teams had games they want to forget but plan to put that behind them as they move into this week's sectional....more >>
The Floyd Central Lady Highlanders and North Harrison Cougars earned cross country sectional championships last Tuesday afternoon, winning the first of the state tournament meets at Crawford County Junior-Senior High School. The Lady Highlanders dominated with six runners in the top eight, while North Harrison squeaked past Floyd Central by just four points....more >>
Panthers end skid, drop LionsOctober 15, 2013After being outscored 63-6 in two losses the past two weeks, Friday night was gridiron gut-check time on both sides of the ball for Corydon Central.
...more >> Eagles win 1st sectional game in PKsProvidence prevails in finalOctober 15, 2013At the conclusion of 94 minutes of soccer, the energy tank may have read close to E on Lanesville players, but it wasn’t noticeable during a wild celebration.
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