|Sun, Sep 21, 2014 02:06 PM
|Issue of September 17, 2014
The newcomer on Corydon Central's schedule proved to be a tough one. Class 2A No. 7 Southridge was coming off a sectional championship year (lost in regional to Paoli) and was waiting the arrival of the Panthers Friday night....more >>
Mother Nature prevented the Crawford County Wolfpack and North Harrison Cougars from kicking off the 2014 football season not once, but twice, this past weekend....more >>
Winding through the terrain around the soccer fields on the campus of Corydon Central, the cross country season began for three Harrison County schools....more >>
Coming off a stellar high school campaign as a junior then a summer that included an appearance at the Indiana Open, Timothy Wiseman proved to remain in good form, winning the Old Capital Club Championship....more >>
Bringing out a rather young group of girl golfers, Corydon Central picked up a solid win Monday at Old Capital Golf Club versus three schools....more >>
During the summer golf season, Crawford County senior Shelbi Cook struggled with her game in major proportions. With scores going well above 100 for 18-hole rounds, it was bad enough at one point that Cook considered chucking her clubs and giving up the game....more >>
Saturday's rain total of 1.35 inches (according to weather.com) in Ramsey was more than plenty to wash out the late boys' tennis rounds of the North Harrison Invitational....more >>
Panthers set to establish depthPigskin PreviewAugust 19, 2014Depth has become a key goal to build during the preseason as the Corydon Central football team, coming off a 6-4 campaign in 2013, heads into the new gridiron year.
...more >> Cougars seek to keep momentumAugust 19, 2014Trajectory for the North Harrison High School football program has trended upward in two brief seasons under the direction of coach Mark Williamson.
...more >> Fault: wind; SC’'s courts suffer damageBaseball fence bent by stormAugust 12, 2014Eight days before the first official day of practice for the new athletic calendar, a storm packed with heavy winds wrecked havoc on a pair of athletic facilities at South Central Junior-Senior High School.
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