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Hatton keeps it loose for Indiana All-Stars

At the end of the high school season, North Harrison product Lilly Hatton had surgery on her left shoulder. The hope was for Hatton to make her return to the floor for the Indiana-Kentucky All-Star series, but the 6-foot-1 standout wasn't cleared to help the Indiana All-Stars....more >>

All-MSC spring sports winners announced

With the spring season wrapping up, the All-Mid-Southern Conference performers were recently announced. Athletes from North Harrison and Corydon Central were well represented with the following lists:...more >>

New assignments shake up sectional fields

The Indiana High School Athletic Association Executive Committee on April 29 approved the sectional assignments in six team sports for the next two school years....more >>

Recent Sports
All-PLAC baseball, golf, softball released
June 12, 2019
The Patoka Lake Athletic Conference recently released the names of All-PLAC selections in baseball, golf and softball from the spring season. ...more >>
CC’s Crandall makes 3rd straight podium
Floyd Central just misses in 3 events
June 05, 2019
Crawford County senior-to-be Haylea Crandall captured her third straight podium finish in the high jump at the Indiana track and field state finals Saturday afternoon at the Indiana University track and field complex in Bloomington. ...more >>
FC's Montgomery, PC's Hohne make all-state
June 05, 2019
“Sometimes you conquer the mountain, and sometimes the mountain conquers you.” ...more >>
Paoli golfers dominate PLAC
June 05, 2019
The Paoli Rams golf team took home top honors at the Patoka Lake Athletic Conference tournament on a breezy and hot Memorial Day at the Donald Ross course in French Lick. Individually, the match went into overtime to declare a winner, with the Rams’ Dawson Long winning a three-hole playoff against teammate Jordan Clark. ...more >>
Highlanders second to New Albany
June 05, 2019
The Evansville Central boys’ track regional made it a tough day for some and a good day for others Thursday as the New Albany Bulldogs ran to a 30-point win over the Floyd Central Highlanders 83-53. The Highlanders qualified a number of runners into this weekend’s state finals while others were shut out of the party. ...more >>
Floyd Central third; Crandall advances
May 29, 2019
The Floyd Central Lady Highlanders didn’t quite have the stuff they needed at the Evansville Central girls’ track regional last Tuesday afternoon, finishing in third place, behind Evansville Reitz Memorial and meet winner New Albany. Meanwhile, Crawford County’s Haylea Crandall will compete in her third straight state finals in the high jump this weekend, after finishing second. ...more >>
Providence knocks out Lady Pack
May 29, 2019
The Crawford County Lady Pack saw their season come to an end Monday afternoon, May 20, at the Class 2A softball sectional at Clarksville as the Providence Lady Pioneers beat the ball to a pulp for an 8-2 win. For Crawford County, it was a matter of not being able to get a clean connection on the ball. ...more >>
Eagles shut out Wolfpack
May 29, 2019
The host Lanesville Eagles slammed the door shut on Crawford County’s tournament hopes last Wednesday afternoon with a 10-0 knockout punch to advance into the Class 2A sectional semi-final. The Wolfpack sputtered with their bats and could never find any momentum, leading to their season ending with the mercy rule. ...more >>
Floyd Central wins 10th straight title
May 22, 2019
There were plenty of battles in the girls’ track sectional at Floyd Central last Tuesday night, with the hosts getting their 10th straight championship by a 23.5-point margin over county rival New Albany. The Lady Highlanders qualified at least one individual in every event for this week’s Evansville Central Regional and scored at least two people in each event. ...more >>
Bulldogs edge Highlanders at sectional
May 22, 2019
The New Albany Bulldogs won nine of the 16 events in the boys’ track sectional at Corydon Central Thursday night to edge county rival Floyd Central by an 11-point margin, 159-148. The Highlanders lost points they were expected to get in a few events, allowing the Bulldogs to get their foot in the door and take home the hardware. ...more >>
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