|Wed, Oct 22, 2014 09:49 AM
|Issue of October 15, 2014
When the North Harrison Cougars and Floyd Central Highlanders came into the North Harrison gymnasium Saturday night, they both had something on which they wanted to build....more >>
Sure, it was cold on a winter Thursday outside the Silver Creek gymnasium in Sellersburg....more >>
Orleans' Cale Hall shook loose for 33 points, leading the Bulldogs to a 66-50 victory at Lanesville Saturday night....more >>
Trailing by as many as 15 points Monday against Henryville, South Central cut the Lady Hornets' lead to five with six minutes to play....more >>
A simple message from coach to players worked out in the favor of North Harrison Friday night....more >>
The North Harrison Lady Cats came up short in a fourth-quarter rally to the visiting Lady Eagles of Austin last Wednesday night in a Mid-Southern Conference match-up. The Lady Cats won only one of the four quarters in the 66-61 loss, dropping their record to 8-6 for the season....more >>
Due to inclement weather that came through Harrison County late last week, several athletic events were either forced to be postponed or canceled. Here is a list of changes made to affected schedules:...more >>
Battle of former MOWs goes to LaHueOld Capital Invitational draws competitive fieldJanuary 14, 2014If seedings played out at the Old Capital Invitational Saturday, an intriguing match would take place for the championship in the 120-pound weight class.
...more >> Lady Rebs go up early, cruiseJanuary 14, 2014At times during the season, the South Central and Lanesville girls’ basketball teams have struggled to find their respective shooting forms.
...more >> Feisty Cov Cath downs Panthers in HallJanuary 14, 2014Making the trip across the Ohio River Saturday to one of the most historic basketball venues in the country, Freedom Hall, gave the Corydon Central boys the opportunity to face one of the top teams from Kentucky.
...more >> Corydon ravages Floyd with big 3rd quarterJanuary 14, 2014For two quarters, it looked like the host Floyd Central Highlanders were going to give unbeaten Corydon Central a run for its money Friday night on Joe Hinton Court. The Panthers, however, pulled out all the stops in the third period to pull away and earn a 65-34 win, improving their season record to 8-0.
...more >> 'Gut-check' time for CougarsBig 2nd half lifts Heritage Hills by NHJanuary 07, 2014Through much of the first half Saturday night, North Harrison went toe-to-toe with Class 3A No. 12 Heritage Hills in Ramsey.
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