|Sat, Dec 07, 2013 06:06 AM
|Issue of November 27, 2013
Momentum can swing slowly or quickly under certain circumstances. In the annual Big Cat Classic, North Harrison took the slow route to gain steam late in the second quarter, seeking to knock off rival Corydon Central....more >>
Goals can be hard to come by at times in soccer....more >>
Lanesville used a fast start in game four to fend off a pesky South Central volleyball team last Tuesday on the Lady Eagles' home court....more >>
North Harrison traveled to Borden last Tuesday for an out-of-conference volleyball match against the Lady Braves....more >>
The Floyd Central Lady Highlanders gave their coach, Bart Powell, an easy, stress-free night for his birthday, dismantling the host Lady Panthers of Corydon Central in three games. The Lady Highlanders are currently ranked No. 5 in class 4A....more >>
The cross country season began Aug. 21 when a trio of Harrison County schools were part of the four-team Corydon Central Hokum Karem race at Hayswood Nature Reserve west of Corydon....more >>
Safety, late TD aid Corydon by PerryDefenses take center stage of 8-7 Panther 'W'August 27, 2013Sometimes it takes an entire effort to finish on the good side of a defensive battle in football. Corydon Central nearly stretched the limit, but a touchdown with 3:35 to play in Leopold Friday night gave the Panthers not only their lone touchdown, but also the lead.
...more >> 'Battle for Blue' goes way of Cougars, 26-12August 27, 2013In last year’s season opener against North Harrison, Crawford County had 14 players to take on the Cougars, who overpowered the Wolfpack, 50-6. This year, however, was a different story as the Wolfpack came in with 49 players on their roster and a whole different attitude. The Cougars came out with a victory again, but this time it was much closer, at 26-12.
...more >> Focus on lines, back to fortify run gameFootball preview: Corydon Central PanthersAugust 20, 2013Corydon Central’s football team came out blazing to start the 2012 season, winning its first six games. The back-end of the season, however, ended with a 2-3 mark, and the Panthers bowing out in the second round of the Class 3A sectional.
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