|Fri, Oct 24, 2014 09:23 PM
|Issue of October 22, 2014
Lanesville tops Milan in final, 74-69Scoring 30 points in the second quarter lofted Lanesville to a big lead, eventually outlasting Milan in the championship game of the Springs Valley Tournament to take the title....more >>
The Corydon Central boys' basketball team improved to 6-0 on the season — its best start of a season since winning the first seven in the 1993-94 campaign — after picking up the first two games at the PSC Holiday Classic....more >>
Today marks the beginning of a new year, and, hopefully, more exciting sports moments throughout Harrison County....more >>
Seeing solid teams is something Corydon Central has become accustomed to when the Lady Panthers participate in the Vincennes Rivet Classic each year....more >>
Hold IU commit Buss to 37It may sound odd to say that it was a good thing for the South Central girls' basketball team to hold Mount Carmel (Ill.) senior Tyra Buss to 37 points; that's because it proved to be the fewest points she scored at last week's Gibson County Classic....more >>
The South Central boys' basketball team was unable to come away with a victory at the Gibson County Classic despite a pair of close efforts....more >>
Randy Orme Racing spent its 10th season in competitive auto racing collecting more hardware....more >>
Schools to play in holiday tourneysDecember 24, 2013Prior to Christmas Day (today), the South Central girls’ and boys’ basketball teams will have begun play in the Gibson Southern Classic. The Rebels teams aren’t the only Harrison County schools packing the buses for trips around the southern half of the state for holiday tournaments.
...more >> Defense fuels turnovers, 11-point comeback in 4thDecember 17, 2013During the last several seasons, Corydon Central always seemed to be in the game against traditional power New Albany. For various reasons, it always seemed the Bulldogs would have a key run or two to put the Panthers away.
...more >> NH drops Lady Rebs, SC's Miller nets 1KLady Cats look to improve recognition in early goingDecember 17, 2013South Central’s main objective in last Wednesday’s game against its northern-most Harrison County rival was to slow prolific North Harrison scorer Kendra Lambert.
...more >> Lambert's 37 not enough vs. FC
December 17, 2013North Harrison senior Kendra Lambert set a new game high for herself Saturday night, scoring 37 points against the Floyd Central Lady Highlanders, bettering her previous best of 34 set earlier this year against Jasper. It wasn’t enough, however, as the Lady Highlanders pulled out a 78-71 win against the Lady Cats.
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