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Cougars demote Generals, 63-51

Before North Harrison's game against visiting Clarksville last Tuesday night, coach Chris Martin told his team if it came out aggressive at the beginning, it would have a good chance of beating the Generals. The Cougars did just that, using not only a solid first quarter but also a big fourth quarter to secure a 63-51 win....more >>

Highlander' hearts rally to stop Scottsburg, 63-60

At the beginning of the season, if the Floyd Central Highlanders had been down double digits late in the third quarter, they most likely would not have come out a winner. Three months later, that has changed, and the Highlanders showed their heart Saturday night with a come-from-behind 63-60 win over visiting Scottsburg....more >>

NH can't break Pioneer 'D'

In a game that at times more resembled football than basketball Friday night, the North Harrison Cougars fell victim to a physically defensive Providence Pioneer team, 58-32....more >>

Boys' tourney pairings set

A field of 398 teams are entered as the 98th annual IHSAA Boys' Basketball State Tournament Series tips off next week at 64 sectional sites....more >>

Recent Sports

Lady Panthers send Crawford packing
Mitchell Girls' Sectional
February 13, 2008
Crawford County came into the Mitchell Sectional last Wednesday with the best record of the seven teams, but one of its five losses had come at the hands of its opponent, Corydon Central. ...more >>

Highlanders slip to Seymour, 55-49
New Albany Girls’ Sectional
February 13, 2008
Floyd Central was so eager to get its Friday night New Albany Sectional semi-final round against Seymour going that the team nearly came running out onto the floor during the national anthem. However, after getting off to a blazing start, the Lady Highlanders sputtered midway through the game with foul trouble and saw their season come to an end in a 55-49 loss. ...more >>

Salem ousts Lady Cats from tourney
Mitchell Girls' Sectional
February 13, 2008
North Harrison had won five of its last six games going into the Mitchell Sectional last Wednesday night. All of that momentum, however, slammed into a concrete wall provided by the Salem Lady Lions as the Lady Cats saw their year come down in pieces in a 46-38 loss. ...more >>

Morrissey leads Floyd over Jeff in OT, 50-42
New Albany Girls' Sectional
February 13, 2008
A group of Jeffersonville adult fans were loudly criticizing the play of Floyd Central point guard Brigid Morrissey in the first quarter of the Lady Highlanders’ sectional opener against Jeffersonville last Tuesday night at New Albany High School. Morrissey, however, was on a mission, and the sophomore had the last laugh as her Lady Highlanders ousted Jeff from the tournament with a 50-42 overtime win. ...more >>

Senators use FTs to override Wolfpack
February 13, 2008
The West Washington Senators missed just one free throw in 20 attempts Thursday night to override the visiting Crawford County Wolfpack, 60-53, to gain a Patoka Lake Athletic Conference win. ...more >>

Schroeder makes it official, CMU bound
February 13, 2008
“It’s finally over. You finally reach that happy ending, that’s how it feels.” ...more >>

Byrne buzzer-beater burns Wolfpack
February 06, 2008
North Harrison’s Cardiac Cougars have been giving their fans plenty to have arrhythmias about in all of their wins. The first win came in overtime, the second in double overtime, and the third in a five-OT marathon. Then, on Friday night, hearts were really thumping as senior Jordan Byrne drilled a last-second shot to beat visiting Crawford County, 60-58. ...more >>

Big 4th quarter gives Floyd first home win
February 06, 2008
The Floyd Central Highlanders had a good weekend Friday and Saturday, first getting a come-from-behind win over host Bedford-North Lawrence, then scoring big in the fourth quarter to run away from the South Central Rebels, 61-45, for their first home win. ...more >>

Lady Cats stop Charlestown, 14-7 … for real
February 06, 2008
While high winds were blowing things apart across Kentuckiana last Tuesday night, the girls’ basketball game at Charlestown between the Lady Pirates and North Harrison Lady Cats creeped along slower than a turtle’s pace, with the Lady Cats pulling out a 14-7 win … yes, that’s 14-7. ...more >>

Floyd uses strong second half to pull away
January 30, 2008
Sometimes flying without a traffic controller can be a difficult task as you can easily lose your way with no one making sure you’re going in the right direction. For a while, the Floyd Central Lady Highlanders found themselves in that position Saturday night against host Providence as point guard Brigid Morrissey sat on the bench with a groin pull. ...more >>

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