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FC downs NH in double-OT thriller

The Floyd Central Highlanders ended a six-game skid in thrilling fashion Saturday night with a double-overtime escape at home against North Harrison, 78-77....more >>

Wolfpack can't pack it in against Panthers

It was going to take more than what the Crawford County Wolfpack could muster in order for them to prevail in Saturday night's match-up against the Corydon Central Panthers....more >>

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Crawford rolls past Tell City
PSC Holiday Classic Consolation
January 09, 2013
After escaping host Heritage Hills in the opening round of the PSC Holiday Classic on Dec. 27, Crawford County had to meet South Spencer, who edged Boonville on a last-second shot. That second-round game against the Rebels would prove to be the Wolfpack’s first loss of the season, as they fell 51-41. ...more >>
Wolfpack rally past Heritage Hills
PSC Holiday Classic Opener
January 09, 2013
After sloshing their way through deep mud in the first three quarters of the PSC Holiday Classic opener against host Heritage Hills on Dec. 27, the Crawford County Wolfpack rallied in the fourth quarter to escape with a 57-53 win. The victory came down to a few plays and some important free throws in the last two minutes. ...more >>
Lady Rebs surge past Crawford
January 09, 2013
For 16 minutes at South Central Thursday night, the Crawford County Lady Pack put themselves in a position they had not been in all season: staying close with an opposing team. The second half proved different, however, as the Lady Rebels launched a defensive retaliation to earn a 51-29 win in the Coaches vs. Cancer game. ...more >>
Panther ‘D’ foils Highlanders
January 09, 2013
Defense proved to be the determining factor as Corydon Central used a third quarter blitz to stop visiting Floyd Central Friday night for a 49-35 win. Timothy Wiseman, a sophomore guard, provided the fuel for the Panthers’ defense, keeping the Hoosier Hills Conference Highlanders off balance up and down the floor. ...more >>
Bench lifts Floyd past Scottsburg
Foster, Cora tally 25 points in Highlanders' 62-55 win
January 02, 2013
Two sophomores and a junior from the bench proved to be the ignition source Floyd Central needed Friday night, Dec. 21, as the Highlanders rallied from a 12-point deficit for a 62-55 win against visiting Scottsburg. It was the kind of victory the team needed just before the Christmas break, making the next few days a lot easier for coach Randy Gianfagna. ...more >>
Ranger grapplers slip past Crawford
On Senior Night, coach reflects on progress young program has made
December 26, 2012
The Crawford County wrestling team had high hopes of getting a win at home on Senior Night last Tuesday against Forest Park. The Wolfpack, however, came up a little short on points and fell to the Rangers, 33-24. ...more >>
Wolfpack runners taking indoor track
December 26, 2012
The Crawford County boys’ and girls’ track teams are working to get a head start on the spring season by taking their game to several indoor meets and clinics. The teams are already seeing some successes that they hope to carry over when the official season starts in a few months. ...more >>
Wolfpack clip Jeeps, 52-40
December 19, 2012
For three quarters, the Crawford County Wolfpack and host Northeast Dubois Jeeps seemed to be running through thick mud in their Saturday night game. It wasn’t until the fourth quarter that the Wolfpack finally got into some dry ground and got some traction to go on to a 52-40 win, keeping their record clean at 5-0. ...more >>
Braves skin Cougars with 2nd-half push
December 19, 2012
For the first 16 minutes Friday night, it appeared the North Harrison Cougars might pull off a shocker against visiting Brownstown Central as the pair went head-to-head in a Mid-Southern Conference matchup. The second 16 minutes, however, went the opposite direction, especially in the third period, as the Braves pulled away for a 77-58 win. ...more >>
Kingsley FT's at 3.1 save Floyd Central
December 19, 2012
Having struggled from the free-throw line during their last few games, the Floyd Central Lady Highlanders last week spent a little extra time practicing at the charity stripe in preparation for their home stand against Charlestown last Wednesday. Senior Tori Kingsley said there was a little extra treat to sweeten their motivation. ...more >>
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