|Fri, Oct 24, 2014 05:34 AM
|Issue of October 22, 2014
Lanesville turned three double plays in the field while watchful eyes and clutch hits provided enough offense to land a 9-2 victory over Crawford County last Tuesday....more >>
NH alum to lead boys' hoopsA year ago, Kevin Jones said he felt lucky to land a teaching position at North Harrison Middle School....more >>
A soggy Friday night didn't derail the Crawford County Invitational at the Wolfpack tennis courts Saturday morning....more >>
When it was Salem's turn to bat, its 2-3-4 hitters came up with runs. Scoring a pair of runs each, Alex Davidson, Chelsie Strong and Courtney Moon provided the tallies Thursday as the visiting Lady Lions knocked off Corydon Central, 8-5....more >>
Basketball allowed two more; football schedule alteredThe Indiana High School Athletic Association Board of Directors, in its annual review of the IHSAA By-Laws on May 5, approved moves involving the girls' basketball season and also passed measures put forth by the Indiana Football Coaches Association with regard to summer participation and practice schedules....more >>
A day after run-ruling Mid-Southern Conference team Charlestown 11-1, the South Central baseball team wasn't able to complete a two-game road streak at Clarksville....more >>
Visiting Eastern (Pekin) collected hits in consecutive fashion Monday, leading to a 5-3 victory over Class A No. 7 Lanesville....more >>
Lady Panthers win NH track inviteMay 06, 2014The Corydon Central girls’ track and field team took the top honors Friday at the North Harrison Invitational, scoring a team-best 99 points. The Lady Panthers outlasted runner-up Providence (88-1/3) and third-place finisher Silver Creek (70-1/2).
...more >> Home runs power Lady Cats by CreekMay 06, 2014A home-run surge isn’t a bad thing. Hitting a solo blast in the bottom of the first Thursday off the aluminum of Kaylin Bright, North Harrison ripped off 10 straight runs to defeat Silver Creek, 10-3, in Ramsey.
...more >> Panthers trump 300, Bennett fieldApril 29, 2014The Corydon Central boys’ golf team is in a groove. Leaving no doubt, the Panthers broke 300 as a team for the first time this season, rolling to a 20-shot victory over a field of nine teams Saturday at the Bud Bennett Invitational played at Old Capital Golf Club.
...more >> Patriots rally past North Harrison, 5-3April 29, 2014The visiting Heritage Hills Patriots rallied from a 3-1 deficit to win over host North Harrison last Wednesday afternoon in a 5-3 decision. Three untimely errors and missed opportunities were a bugaboo for the Cougars, who dropped to 7-4 for the season while the Patriots improved to 8-4.
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