|Tue, Sep 16, 2014 05:27 PM
|Issue of September 10, 2014
It took 10 innings, but it was a clutch hit by Regan Walker in the top half that put a cap on a four-run comeback by Lanesville to defeat North Harrison, 5-4, Monday in Ramsey....more >>
The Corydon Central girls' track and field team took the top honors Friday at the North Harrison Invitational, scoring a team-best 99 points. The Lady Panthers outlasted runner-up Providence (88-1/3) and third-place finisher Silver Creek (70-1/2)....more >>
Around Corydon Central High School, Nate Cecil was one of many multi-sport athletes. He played football, hit baseball and treaded water for the swim team....more >>
Lanesville seemed to be in prime position to pull off a win against visiting Corydon Central last Wednesday....more >>
A home-run surge isn't a bad thing. Hitting a solo blast in the bottom of the first Thursday off the aluminum of Kaylin Bright, North Harrison ripped off 10 straight runs to defeat Silver Creek, 10-3, in Ramsey....more >>
Panthers trump 300, Bennett fieldApril 29, 2014The Corydon Central boys’ golf team is in a groove. Leaving no doubt, the Panthers broke 300 as a team for the first time this season, rolling to a 20-shot victory over a field of nine teams Saturday at the Bud Bennett Invitational played at Old Capital Golf Club.
...more >> Patriots rally past North Harrison, 5-3April 29, 2014The visiting Heritage Hills Patriots rallied from a 3-1 deficit to win over host North Harrison last Wednesday afternoon in a 5-3 decision. Three untimely errors and missed opportunities were a bugaboo for the Cougars, who dropped to 7-4 for the season while the Patriots improved to 8-4.
...more >> Cougars' fifth man helps nip WolfpackApril 29, 2014The North Harrison Cougars golf team had to go to its fifth man last Monday afternoon to edge host Crawford County after the two teams tied 172-all at Lucas Oil Golf Course in English. The difference came with Crawford County senior Cameron Sillings falling three shots behind both Wesley Haub and Evan Longacre, who finished with 50s for the Cougars. Perry Central finished third in the four-way match, with West Washington fourth.
...more >> McAfee triple fuels Lady Cat rallyApril 22, 2014The North Harrison Lady Cats softball team rallied from a four-run deficit late in the game to top county-rival Corydon Central in an important Mid-Southern Conference match-up Thursday afternoon in Ramsey. North Harrison scored 10 runs in two innings to pull out a 13-7 win to improve to 2-0 in the MSC.
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