|Mon, Sep 22, 2014 06:17 PM
|Issue of September 17, 2014
Since coming to the PSC Holiday Classic starting with the 2005 tournament, the championship title has eluded the Corydon Central boys' basketball team....more >>
Lanesville was eight minutes and a few seconds away from halting a five-game skid Friday night against Southern Athletic Conference rival Borden....more >>
Billed as one of the top in-season wrestling tournaments in the state, Corydon Central made the trip to Connersville for the Spartan Classic on Dec. 27 and 28....more >>
Big 2nd half lifts Heritage Hills by NHThrough much of the first half Saturday night, North Harrison went toe-to-toe with Class 3A No. 12 Heritage Hills in Ramsey....more >>
Saturday will bring on a big test for the Corydon Central boys' basketball team on, undoubtedly, the largest stage the Panthers have played on so far this season....more >>
Eagles capture Springs Valley tournamentLanesville tops Milan in final, 74-69December 31, 2013Scoring 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 >> Corydon reaches final at PSCDecember 31, 2013The 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 >> Sports year in reviewDecember 31, 2013Today marks the beginning of a new year, and, hopefully, more exciting sports moments throughout Harrison County.
...more >> Lady Rebels pick up 1 at Gibson SouthernHold IU commit Buss to 37December 31, 2013It 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.
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