09 January 2002

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MJ is still the NBA’s best player

MJ is still the NBA’s best player


The Dec. 27 exhibition by His Airness, Michael Jordan, against the Indiana Pacers was anything but spectacular. Fans who paid hefty scalping rates were probably pacing the streets around Conseco Fieldhouse, pondering whether to demand their money back after the 108-81 blowout by Indiana: MJ was held to a career-low six points on 2-10 shooting.

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Double-nickel night by Winchester tilts NH

Double-nickel night by Winchester tilts NH


North Harrison junior guard Chad Nate Miller scored 27 points with six three-pointers Friday night at home against Austin. On any other evening, in any other gym, in almost any other town in Indiana, that would be impressive. Friday night, however, belonged to the Eagles' All-Star candidate, senior guard Anthony Winchester. Winchester tied his career high as he scored 55
02 January 2002

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Grinestaff shot at 2.5 saves Jeff from upset

Grinestaff shot at 2.5 saves Jeff from upset


Heading into Saturday night's championship game against Corydon Central, Jeffersonville's boys basketball team had gone a perfect 21-0 in the 11-year history of its own holiday tournament. The Panthers led nearly the entire ball game and darn near pulled off a Butler-like upset on the Red Devils. Tied at 62 with 15 ticks of the clock remaining, the

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Rebels hold their own at Super Hoops

Rebels hold their own at Super Hoops


Small town hit big time last weekend when South Central's second-ranked (Class A) boys basketball team took on some of the state's best competition in the third annual Super Hoops Tournament in the Indianapolis area. The tourney had two different venues that led to the final round, played yesterday at historic Hinkle Fieldhouse on the Butler University campus. Half the
26 December 2001

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Corydon girls fill Lanesville’s stocking with 52-26 loss

Corydon girls fill Lanesville’s stocking with 52-26 loss


It was a ho, ho, ho-hum basketball game Saturday night in Lanesville. After the visiting Lady Panthers of Corydon Central churned out a 12-8 lead in the first quarter, they used a smothering press to outscore the hosts 15-5 in the second to eventually double up

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Perry Christmas!

Perry Christmas!


With about three minutes left in Friday night's basketball game at Perry Central, the North Harrison student cheer section broke into song, capably crooning such holiday classics as "Frosty, The Snowman," "Jingle Bells," "Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer," and "We Wish You A Merry Christmas." The reason for this seasonal cheer?
19 December 2001

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