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Wolfpack rolls over Musketeers

The Crawford County Wolfpack held off a late charge by visiting Eastern Pekin to earn a 67-56 win on a cold Saturday night. ...more >>

Cougars hang on in wild finish

It was quiet enough you could hear the fingernails crashing to the floor as they fell from the spectators' agape mouth. Their eyes were watching Joe Bolin's shot with 42 seconds left slowly roll around on the back of the rim during North Harrison boys' basketball game against host Corydon Friday night. The ball finally rolled in and it proved to be the winning shot as the Cougars edged out a 44-43 win....more >>

FTs save Crawford against Silver Creek

The Crawford County Lady Pack hit 12-of-13 free throws in the fourth quarter to save a 50-38 win over visiting Silver Creek. It was a game that stayed close until Crawford got to the line....more >>

No. 7 Lady Cats pummel New Albany 72-45

The Class 3A No. 7 North Harrison girls' basketball team rocked visiting New Albany in a 72-45 pummeling that kept the Lady Cats' record spotless at 7-0. It was the Lady Dawgs first loss of the season....more >>

Recent Sports

Jellison's 28 lift Lady Pack over Lanesville
Frosh breaks school record with eight three-pointers
December 03, 2008
Crawford County freshman Chelsea Jellison set a school record for three-pointers in a game, burying eight from behind the arc, including six in the first half, as she scored 28 points to lead the Lady Pack over Lanesville, 64-39. ...more >>

Cougars slip to Rebs in OT, 66-58
December 03, 2008
The North Harrison Cougars got their first test last Tuesday night in the season-opener against visiting South Central and forced the game into overtime before the Rebels finally pulled away for a 66-58 win. Travis Higdon was the big star for the Rebels, dumping in 31 points, swishing four three-pointers, as well as making all eight of his free-throw attempts in the final four minutes. ...more >>

Evansville Harrison overpowers Floyd
December 03, 2008
The Floyd Central boys’ basketball team got off to a rough start to their season as the visiting Evansville Harrison Warriors overpowered the Highlanders 81-54. For the Highlanders it was a disappointing night after hopes of a much improved beginning. ...more >>

Lady Highlanders rout Scottsburg
November 26, 2008
In their first game of the new season, the Lady Highlanders of Floyd Central Thursday night buried visiting Scottsburg in a 48-29 rout despite not having a full squad on the bench. Floyd went seven deep for most of the night, but remained in complete domination. ...more >>

Free throws push Lady Cats by Crawford
November 26, 2008
The North Harrison Lady Cats withstood a second quarter power surge by host Crawford County and held on to earn a 53-47 win. The victory improved North Harrison’s record to 3-0 while Crawford dropped to 1-2. ...more >>

Lady Cats maul Warriorettes, 52-29
November 26, 2008
The North Harrison girls basketball team posted their fourth straight win to keep their record spotless Saturday night against visiting Scottsburg in a 52-29 mauling. Despite the lopsided score, the Lady Cats lacked the spark of their first three games. ...more >>

Lady Cats shred Providence, 71-39
November 19, 2008
The North Harrison Lady Cats began the 2008-09 season by shredding visiting Providence, 71-39, last Tuesday night. The Lady Cats came out smoking and Providence just stayed overpowered. ...more >>

Bench lifts Crawford over Salem, 65-52
November 19, 2008
Crawford County coach Eric Toney thought he would have some depth in his team this year, and the Lady Pack proved him right in their season-opener at Salem in a 65-52 win Thursday night. The bench didn’t score a lot of points, but they did plenty of other things right when Crawford found itself in early foul trouble. ...more >>

Crawford coach nominated for award
Gogel in running for state Coach of the Year
November 12, 2008
The accomplishments of the 2008 Crawford County varsity baseball team were largely due to the talent of its players. However, these athletes could not have achieved their success without a leader with talents as well. These coaching skills, in fact, have already gained statewide attention. ...more >>

NH's Byrne ninth at state
Highlanders finish 10th
November 05, 2008
North Harrison junior Tyler Byrne made a charge in the last 150 meters to crack the top 10 of the boys’ state finals cross county meet Saturday afternoon at the LaVerne Gibson cross country course in Terre Haute. The Floyd Central Highlanders also did well, as they made the top 10 in the team standings, finishing in 10th place. ...more >>

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