|Sat, Sep 20, 2014 06:16 AM
|Issue of September 17, 2014
The Corydon Central Panthers used a stout defense and running game to secure its third consecutive win, 32-14, Friday night in the season's home opener against Mid-Southern Conference foe Clarksville....more >>
There wasn't a nail-biting, dramatic, to-the-final-point game. But this one went five....more >>
Charlestown was put on upset alert Friday night through a large portion of the first half....more >>
Take a look around the North Harrison soccer facility....more >>
Ideal playing conditions at Old Capital Golf Club in Corydon on Saturday provided a backdrop for Silver Creek to shoot low, earning the girls' golf Mid-Southern Conference....more >>
Corydon Central didn't have the offensive chances it would have liked, but the defense was strong enough to give the Panthers a chance Thursday against Silver Creek....more >>
Four teams — Corydon Central, New Washington, North Harrison and Tell City — took part in the Corydon Invitational Saturday. Playing consecutive matches versus one another, the event took just more than three hours to complete....more >>
Bosler becomes 3x Classic champNH boys win team titleSeptember 09, 2014For the third time in her stellar career, North Harrison harrier Ashton Bosler left the competition in her dust at the Cougar Classic North Harrison Invitational.
...more >> Kessinger to join TreesPanther forward verbally commits to Indiana StateSeptember 09, 2014Bronson Kessinger isn’t afraid to admit how hard the basketball recruiting process is.
...more >> Sam's best not enoughNH falls 41-38 on late TDSeptember 09, 2014If only high school football had instant replay. As the clock ticked down under 10 seconds Friday night in Ramsey, with the home team ahead 38-35, Salem hurriedly lined up at the 9-yard line and got the snap off before the clock hit 0:00.
...more >> Lady Cats drop MSC openerSeptember 02, 2014Starting its defense of the program’s first Mid-Southern Conference title, the North Harrison girls’ soccer team gave up four goals to Salem’s Haley Motsinger and fell Thursday to the Lady Lions 5-3.
...more >> Lady Cats dismantle BordenSeptember 02, 2014After getting off to a rocky start, the North Harrison Lady Cats volleyball team completely dismantled visiting Borden in a three-game sweep last Tuesday. It took a 1-1/2 games before North Harrison finally found its rhythm to handily put away the Lady Braves.
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