|Sun, Sep 21, 2014 04:05 PM
|Issue of September 17, 2014
The Harrison County Hammerheads are strong in numbers once again this season....more >>
An abbreviation, only two letters needed, in a runner's lingo can elicit achievement in one's race against the clock....more >>
The NHSBCA Rising Senior Academy will be July 13 through 15 at Ben Davis High School in Indianapolis....more >>
Registration for the YMCA of Harrison County's Fall Youth Soccer program is underway through Sunday, July 27....more >>
Keselowski leaves field in stitchesJuly 01, 2014Most of the time, if you have to have stitches for a cut or some kind of injury, it’s not the best of times. For Brad Keselowski, however, he didn’t let a few stitches from a broken champaign bottle bother him as he entered Bluegrass Hall at Kentucky Speedway Saturday night. He came into the press conference room all smiles after winning the Sprint Cup Quaker State 400 a few minutes before.
...more >> Going to state: You fist pump, I fist pumpJune 17, 2014Pointing to his right, Timothy Wiseman waited patiently for his ball to break toward the hole. When it did, and before the bright white dimpled ball found its ultimate home, Wiseman didn’t bother watching it fall. He turned his head to the spectators lining the No. 10 hole at Champions Pointe Golf Club and raised his right arm to the air.
...more >> Corydon connection completes Indiana All-Star hoops seriesKessinger scores 6 for Junior squadJune 17, 2014Time-out senior All-Stars. Corydon Central’s Bronson Kessinger knew taking on the Indiana Senior All-Stars was going to be a challenge. But the 6-foot-7 forward hailing from Corydon had a run of solid play in the second half last Wednesday in Columbus that forced the Seniors to call for a break in the action.
...more >> Capelle places 13th in hurdlesCC relay bests seedingJune 10, 2014It was a bittersweet day for Floyd Central’s Rachel Kavgazoff and the entire Lady Highlanders track team Friday afternoon as the senior put herself on the podium in the pole vault but suffered a knee injury that kept her from continuing the competition. Meanwhile, Corydon Central’s Sidney Capelle met her goal of finishing in the top 15 in the 300-meter hurdles, and the Lady Panthers’ 1,600 relay team was just glad to be running in the final track event of the season.
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