|Sun, Sep 21, 2014 12:09 AM
|Issue of September 17, 2014
Kaufer, LaHue move on to Banker's LifeCorydon Central took a group of four wrestlers, all underclassmen, to the Ford Center to take part in the Evansville Semi-state Saturday....more >>
Upset-minded Corydon unable to outlast 3A No. 7 MadisonNicknamed "Big Al," Corydon Central guard Aly Chambers was "Big Shot Al" for much of Corydon Central's bid to upend No. 7 Madison in the Class 3A Charlestown Sectional last Wednesday....more >>
One thing about the group of mostly young Lady Cats that held true in the Class 3A Charlestown Sectional opener last Tuesday was never giving up regardless of what the scoreboard read....more >>
Bailey Seitz, a North Harrison junior, represented the Lady Cat swimming team Friday at the IHSAA State Finals in Indianapolis....more >>
Borden entered the Class A New Washington Sectional semi-final with a top-30 defensive scoring average in the state. That stat didn't bode well for upset-minded Lanesville....more >>
For the eighth consecutive year, South Central and New Washington locked horns within the Class A Sectional....more >>
Lady Eagles tally 73Picking up the program's first postseason win in four seasons, Lanesville put together a resounding victory over winless Rock Creek Academy last Tuesday....more >>
The trip Saturday to Evansville North for an afternoon tilt with the Huskies started off slow for the Class 3A No. 5 Corydon Central boys' basketball team....more >>
Crawford rumbles past Cougars in OTFebruary 11, 2014Anytime the Crawford County Wolfpack and North Harrison Cougars get together in any sport, one can expect the night to be like most big rivalries: wild, close and loud. Friday night didn’t disappoint as the two teams went through 12 lead changes and 11 ties in their annual boys’ basketball matchup.
...more >> Seitz set on stateNH swimmer sets high mark in 50February 11, 2014Bailey Seitz said her cheeks hurt a little from smiling so much.
...more >> Panthers romp in MSC gamesFebruary 11, 2014Heading into the latter third of the boys’ basketball season, Corydon Central continued its winning ways during the weekend with a pair of lopsided Mid-Southern Conference victories.
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