|Wed, Sep 17, 2014 09:35 AM
|Issue of September 10, 2014
The North Harrison Lady Cats softball team rallied from a four-run deficit late in the game to top county-rival Corydon Central in an important Mid-Southern Conference match-up Thursday afternoon in Ramsey. North Harrison scored 10 runs in two innings to pull out a 13-7 win to improve to 2-0 in the MSC....more >>
Emma Zeller wasn't certain coach Rusty Cecil gave her the squeeze sign from the third-base box....more >>
For much of the game Friday night at Ed Jaegers Memorial Field in Lanesville, North Harrison lefty Micah Napper was in a groove....more >>
Two weeks removed from winning the Fuzzy Zoeller Invitational, the Corydon Central boys' golf team took on a big challenge last weekend....more >>
North Harrison pitchers Craig Waynescott and Cameron Smith faced two batters over the minimum in a 6-1 victory over rival Crawford County last Wednesday in Ramsey....more >>
Weather may have delayed the match between rivals North Harrison and Corydon Central a day, but the Lady Cats didn't mind, as they rolled to a 5-0 victory in girls' tennis....more >>
A cold, east wind blew onto the North Harrison softball field last Wednesday afternoon and the Floyd Central Lady Highlanders brought in a glacier, overpowering the Lady Cats 18-6. It was North Harrison's first loss of the season, after starting 4-0. The Lady Highlanders, meanwhile, improved to 2-2 with the win....more >>
Corydon girls win StargazerSalomon, Capelle, Fleace grab top individual awardsApril 15, 2014On a better weather night than what has been seen for a few years, the Corydon Central Lady Panthers and Silver Creek Dragons dominated this year’s Stargazer Invitational track meet Friday night at Corydon Central High School. Corydon Central won by a 28-point advantage over runner-up Silver Creek, while the Dragons scored a whopping 174 points to North Harrison’s 67.
...more >> Panthers go lower than four ranked teams at Fuzzy Inv.Crawford cards 73 for 2nd; NH’s Hinton places 8thApril 08, 2014Forget first-round jitters; it was more like first-round bitters. When the Corydon Central and North Harrison boys’ golf teams began their rounds at Champions Pointe Golf Club near Henryville on Saturday morning, temperatures were in the low 40s.
...more >> Walk-off winner for NHApril 08, 2014On a day of plenty of debuts, North Harrison rallied from a one-run deficit in the eighth inning to defeat visiting Borden, 4-3, last Wednesday.
...more >> 3-run seventh fuels Corydon comebackApril 08, 2014It may seem like an unusual time to press for a win, but Corydon Central needed one. In their second game of a full slated softball season, the Lady Panthers picked up their first win last Tuesday, a 6-5 decision against visiting Henryville.
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