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Issue of October 22, 2014

Panthers season ends against speedy Devils

Corydon Central's boys' soccer season came to a close Saturday in the Class 2A Floyd Central Sectional final against Jeffersonville. The Red Devils defeated the Panthers 4-1 to claim their third sectional title in four years....more >>

Taylor, Bosler win MSC titles

Corydon Central's Levi Taylor and North Harrison's Ashton Bosler raced their way to individual titles at the Mid-Southern Conference Meet last Tuesday, hosted by Silver Creek....more >>

Soggy Friday: Panthers beat downpour, shutout Salem 12-0

Dark clouds loomed to the west behind Salem schools prior to kickoff of Friday night's Mid-Southern Conference game between the Lions and Corydon Central....more >>

Football pairings announced for 40th post-season

For the 40th year, plans for post-season play have been announced as 315 schools were placed into brackets Sunday for the IHSAA Football State Tournament presented by the Indianapolis Colts....more >>

Jasper's lone goal holds up in semis

The Corydon Central girls' soccer team held strong, had chances, but couldn't advance to the Class 2A Floyd Central sectional final Thursday....more >>

Borden sweeps SAC cross meet

The Borden boys' and girls' cross country teams stomped and ran their way to sweeping the Southern Athletic Conference meet Oct. 2 at the Heritage Grounds in Lanesville....more >>

Turnovers doom Cougars

As the temperature dropped due to a north wind, the turnover rate against the North Harrison Cougars football team climbed Friday night at Clarksville. The Generals took advantage of each opportunity the Cougars gave them, blanking North Harrison 34-0 for a Mid-Southern Conference win....more >>

IHSAA volleyball tournament brackets announced

The largest number of teams in nearly 30 years were drawn and placed into brackets Monday for the 41st annual IHSAA Volleyball State Tournament....more >>

Recent Sports
No. 3 Pirates roll in MSC clash
No. 4 Corydon struggles with protection, gives up big plays
October 02, 2012
The state’s most explosive offense traveled Friday to Corydon Central and proved it’s ability to detonate quickly. ...more >>
'Cleanest game' leads to CC win
Dig Pink Classic
October 02, 2012
Pink dominated the posts of Corydon Central’s gymnasium for the annual Dig Pink Classic between the Lady Panthers and rival North Harrison on Sept. 25. ...more >>
Eagles reach final, fall to NA
Sectional Boys' Tennis
October 02, 2012
Boys’ tennis sectional always proves to be a tough task for Harrison County schools. Once again, Floyd Central and New Albany claimed titles in which local schools participated. ...more >>
Lanesville wins pair of SAC tilts, sit tops in league
October 02, 2012
Last week proved to be a pivotal one in the Southern Athletic Conference volleyball race for Lanesville. ...more >>
Dragons scorch North Harrison
October 02, 2012
The North Harrison Cougars football team felt the heat of Silver Creek Friday night as the Dragons scored early to earn a 35-15 win. It was the first football win for the Dragons on their home field in 74 years (Silver Creek resurrected its football program a couple of years ago after decades of not fielding a team). ...more >>
First Eagle soccer season closes with big, wet finish
Class A Boys' Soccer Sectional
October 02, 2012
They didn’t care about the four-goal deficit; Lanesville just wanted the clock to stop. ...more >>
17 races pack Harness Festival
October 02, 2012
The inaugural Harrison County Harness Racing Festival drew strong fields Saturday for 17 races among trotting and pacing standardbreds at the Harrison County Fairgrounds in Corydon. ...more >>
Corydon wins battle of unbeatens
Showdown vs. Charlestown looms Friday
September 25, 2012
For the third consecutive year, when Corydon Central met with Paoli on the gridiron, the Rams entered undefeated and left with a loss. ...more >>
Jones & Co. scamper by Eastern on homecoming
September 25, 2012
First-year North Harrison football coach Mark Williamson insists junior running back Brandon Craig is still his starter, but he has no problem using whichever ball carrier is hottest under the Friday night lights. ...more >>
Golfers improve from previous regional trip
September 25, 2012
A fuller field (adding advancers from two additional sectionals) made the girls’ golf regional more packed with players. ...more >>
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