|Tue, Oct 21, 2014 04:39 AM
|Issue of October 15, 2014
Mitchell Frederick was in no rush to get to Corydon Central's senior prom. He admitted after capturing his third medalist honors at an 18-hole tournament, he'd smile at prom, thinking about his round at the Mid-Southern Conference Meet. Saturday, Frederick had a great start and an even better finish to his round, a 3-under par 68 to snag the honors at Wooded View Golf Course in Clarksville....more >>
A four-horse race to the end, Corydon Central was able to put an end to a long run of Mid-Southern Conference titles by Brownstown Central....more >>
South Central was knocking on the door at the Southern Athletic Conference track and field meet, but the boys' and girls' teams finished second....more >>
Class A No. 9 South Central held off a late rally by Lanesville to earn a 9-5 victory Friday afternoon....more >>
The North Harrison Lady Cats used a big fourth inning to pull ahead of the visiting Lady Musketeers of Eastern (Pekin) last Tuesday afternoon to earn a 6-3 win in a Mid-Southern Conference softball contest. The win was a little costly for the Lady Cats, however, as Brittany Rudolph suffered a shin injury and had to sit out the remainder of the game. She was expected to return to the field this week....more >>
On Thursday, 375 teams were drawn and placed into brackets for the 30th annual IHSAA Softball State Tournament....more >>
The draw for the IHSAA girls' tennis team state tournament was released Monday with matches beginning today (Wednesday)....more >>
North Harrison's duo of Daniel Fleace and Curtis Wetzel continued the recent domination of Cougars' distance runners at the Mid-Southern Conference boys' track and field meet Thursday in Corydon....more >>
Eagles turn twos, drop 'PackMay 13, 2014Lanesville 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 >> Corydon can't slow 2-3-4May 13, 2014When 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 >> Girls' hoops season moves, games addedBasketball allowed two more; football schedule alteredMay 13, 2014The 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 >> 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).
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