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|Issue of October 22, 2014
Kessinger, Harmon record double-doublesScoring a ton of points early helped Corydon Central and Lanesville in season-opening victories....more >>
NH's Smith scores 28Last Tuesday marked the first time North Harrison made the trip to the southern portion of Harrison County to square off against South Central since the 2009 match-up in boys' basketball action....more >>
Early scheduling has been demanding for the South Central girls' basketball team....more >>
In a nip-and-tuck game, Crawford County came away with a 39-38 victory over host Lanesville last Tuesday....more >>
Crawford County survived visiting South Central Saturday night in the first overtime game of the season for both teams. The Wolfpack held off the Rebels, 58-56, to start their season with a record of 2-0, while South Central fell to 0-2....more >>
Lambert nets 1,000th, Lady Cats roll PackNovember 26, 2013The North Harrison Lady Cats had two big runs in the first and third quarters to overpower visiting Crawford County 70-37 last Tuesday night. It was also a big night for Lady Cat senior Kendra Lambert, who set a milestone with her 1,000th career point.
...more >> Tickets on sale for Corydon's January visit to Freedom HallNovember 26, 2013Freedom Hall, one of the most historic college sports venues in the nation — the previous home of the Louisville Cardinals, Kentucky Colonels and numerous NCAA tournament games, including six Final Fours — will welcome the Corydon Central boys’ basketball team in January.
...more >> WW rallies to nip Lady EaglesNovember 26, 2013The Lanesville girls’ basketball team wasn’t able to hang on to a 24-17 lead at West Washington Saturday night. The Lady Senators rallied to score a 45-39 victory, holding the Lady Eagles to 15 second-half points.
...more >> Selfless Lady Panthers grab openerThree reach double-figure scoring for CCNovember 19, 2013Unselfish play is a staple of the Corydon Central girls’ basketball program. Playing the season’s opening game Friday night, the Lady Panthers fed off one another on the offensive end to create many open looks.
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