|Sat, Oct 25, 2014 01:31 PM
|Issue of October 22, 2014
The Floyd Central Lady Highlanders track team won its fifth straight sectional championship last Tuesday night, bettering county rival New Albany by 21 points. It was a night four sectional records fell to the ground in shattered pieces. "Fred Geswein, he's a track and field legend; he gave the biggest compliment to me today of my track coaching career," Floyd Central coach Kyle Weglieb said. "He labeled our track and field team a program. He said a lot of teams around here in Southern Indiana get kids out and want to do it, but we consider our school a track and field program."...more >>
South Central played it calm and cool. A modest celebration of a few smiles and high-fives through the handshake line masked plenty of joy outside of South Central's dugout Monday afternoon....more >>
The Floyd Central Highlander track team overpowered everybody at the Corydon Central boys' sectional Thursday night, winning 10 of the 16 events and putting up a whopping 181.5 points on the board. Runner-up North Harrison had 81.5 points, and Borden was third with 76.5 points....more >>
Coming up with four straight two-out hits in the fourth inning provided enough runs for North Harrison to shut out Scottsburg, 3-0, in the first round of the Class 3A Silver Creek Sectional on Monday....more >>
Phonetically, "Maddie and Madison" has a nice ring to it. When it comes to back strokes, forehands and net play, Lanesville's dynamic tennis duo of Maddie Ford and Madison Cunningham aren't so bad either....more >>
University of Southern Indiana sophomore Johnnie Guy, a North Harrison High School graduate, became the first USI men's runner in 16 years to win a national championship Thursday as he finished first in the 10,000 meters at the NCAA Division II Outdoor Track & Field Championships....more >>
Pitch for pitch it was a Paige Schindler-versus-Emma Zeller battle. It was Schindler who came away Monday with the victory for No. 4 Borden, twirling 18 strikeouts and eliminating the defending Class A Semi-state runner-up No. 13 Lanesville....more >>
Lexi James and Kaylee Nordhoff have played plenty of doubles matches together. The last one in their high school career may stick out the most....more >>
Class A No. 8 South Central closed the book on the regular season schedule with a two-game sweep at Henryville on a sunny Saturday afternoon....more >>
Panthers dominate, sweep individualsMay 20, 2014Mitchell Frederick was in no rush to get to Corydon Central’s senior prom. He admitted after capturing his third medalist honors at an 18-hole tournament, he’d smile at prom, thinking about his round at the Mid-Southern Conference Meet. Saturday, Frederick had a great start and an even better finish to his round, a 3-under par 68 to snag the honors at Wooded View Golf Course in Clarksville.
...more >> North Harrison takes care of Eastern, 6-3May 20, 2014The North Harrison Lady Cats used a big fourth inning to pull ahead of the visiting Lady Musketeers of Eastern (Pekin) last Tuesday afternoon to earn a 6-3 win in a Mid-Southern Conference softball contest. The win was a little costly for the Lady Cats, however, as Brittany Rudolph suffered a shin injury and had to sit out the remainder of the game. She was expected to return to the field this week.
...more >> Fleace, Wetzel earn MSC winsMay 20, 2014North Harrison’s duo of Daniel Fleace and Curtis Wetzel continued the recent domination of Cougars’ distance runners at the Mid-Southern Conference boys’ track and field meet Thursday in Corydon.
...more >> Eagles turn twos, drop 'PackMay 13, 2014Lanesville turned three double plays in the field while watchful eyes and clutch hits provided enough offense to land a 9-2 victory over Crawford County last Tuesday.
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