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Issue of October 22, 2014

Eagles, 'BPN' rise to top

Clutch FTs, key stops land Lanesville sectional title in OT vs. Rock Creek

From the start of the fourth quarter on, a seat was easy to find on the Lanesville side of the Borden gymnasium Saturday night....more >>

Near flawless Dragons oust Corydon

A halftime wardrobe change by the Corydon Central student section couldn't prove to be a distraction for the Silver Creek boys' basketball team....more >>

13 down? No problem for Eagles

Lanesville senior Jason Harmon hit the first five points for Lanesville in Friday night's Class A Borden Sectional semifinal against Christian Academy of Indiana, but the final two points he scored that evening probably are the ones he'll remember best....more >>

Sectional wrap, regional information

Lanesville placed two players on the All-Sectional first team and one on the second team, voted on by the coaches....more >>

Length gives SC fits

Rebels fall to RCA

Inside and out, Rock Creek Academy had the offensive firepower to put points on the scoreboard in the Class A Borden Sectional opener last Tuesday....more >>

Tommy gun buries NH

Wiseman's hot hand gives Corydon big lead early vs. rival

Can two meetings nearly repeat themselves in the same season?...more >>

Recent Sports
Homecoming award sweep for SC
March 04, 2014
The night before the Oscars, the South Central boys’ basketball team could have been up for a few awards after its performance against visiting Washington Catholic. ...more >>
Cougars de-horn Rams with big 1st
March 04, 2014
The North Harrison boys’ basketball team put the skids on a five-game losing streak last Tuesday when the Cougars held off visiting Paoli in their final home game on Senior Night. The Rams had a big, fourth-quarter run, but North Harrison fought off the rally for a 69-56 win. ...more >>
BNL spoils Panthers' senior night
March 04, 2014
The close to the regular season didn’t go the way the Panthers envisioned. Although Corydon Central battled from 10 down in the fourth quarter to force overtime against visiting Bedford North Lawrence, it was the Stars who escaped with an upset victory. ...more >>
Fast start presses Panthers by Rebels
March 04, 2014
Vroom vroom. The throttling sound of the Corydon Central offense, combined with shutting out the host South Central offense in the first quarter, led to a wide Panthers lead early on. ...more >>
Corydon swim relay earns sixth at sectional
March 04, 2014
Weeks after winning the program’s fourth consecutive Mid-Southern Conference title, Corydon Central took a shot at sectional competition. ...more >>
Clutch steals lead to MSC title
Corydon wins first conference since 2000-01 season
February 25, 2014
“We knew since Clarksville lost to Brownstown we controlled our destiny to get our name on the banner,” Corydon Central’s Tommy Wiseman said. “We never let it get too far out of sight.” ...more >>
Sportsmanship at center of wrestling circle
Injury to LaHue derails title bid
February 25, 2014
The goal and ambition of Corydon Central’s Bailey LaHue is obvious. He wants to stand at the top of the podium at the state wrestling finals. ...more >>
Cougars unable to land OT win
February 25, 2014
The North Harrison Cougars saw an eight-point lead evaporate late Friday night at Providence and they fell behind in overtime. Some big plays in the final minutes by the Pioneers pushed the hosts over the top, and the Cougars returned home with a 62-56 loss. ...more >>
Boys’ basketball pairings drawn
Corydon-NH to meet in 1st round
February 25, 2014
Four hundred three teams were drawn Sunday afternoon and placed into brackets for the 104th annual Indiana High School Athletic Association Boys’ Basketball Tournament presented by the Indiana Pacers and Indiana Fever. ...more >>
Wolfpack grind it out against Eagles
February 25, 2014
The Lanesville Eagles did their best Saturday night to take the teeth out of host Crawford County in the Ron Ferguson Gymnasium, but the Wolfpack kept their jaws tight and held on to get a 61-54 win. It took some late free throws by the Wolfpack and some weariness by the Eagles at the end for Crawford County to get its 16th win of the season. ...more >>
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