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Lady Cats pull away, top 2A No. 2 Eastern

Hatton nets 1,000th career point

At the end of February, two Mid-Southern Conference teams were on the floor at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, playing for a state championship in their respective classes. Friday night in Pekin, the opener for North Harrison, saw the Lady Cats tangle with fellow state finalist Eastern....more >>

Crawford grills South Spencer by 30

After losing their first two games of the season on the road, the Crawford County Lady Pack came home to rout visiting South Spencer by a 30-point margin on Friday night. While the Lady Rebels were bigger in size they couldn't handle Crawford County's pesky defense in the Lady Pack's 50-20 win....more >>

Fall All-MSC honors announced

The Mid-Southern Conference named fall sports honorees for the 2017 season. The following were student-ahtletes selected from North Harrison and Corydon Central:...more >>

Recent Sports
Season to remember stops vs. Tigers
November 08, 2017
“We are a football program now,” North Harrison coach Mark Williamson said. “I think we’ve earned our respect in (Class) 3A football.” Visiting Lawrenceburg, the 3A state runner-up from a season ago, brought its stout orange-and-black Tigers’ squad to Ramsey Friday night for a slug-fest. ...more >>
Olympians beat Highlanders for sectional
November 08, 2017
The Columbus East Olympians put a quick end to Floyd Central’s football season Friday night, with the Highlanders finding themselves in a canyon early and eventually falling 42-14. The Highlanders finished their season with an 8-3 record, having been beaten only by the Olympians and Louisville Male Bulldogs. ...more >>
Pass, catch, celebrate
Improbable Cougars comeback in final 17 seconds
November 01, 2017
Electricity and water don’t mix. While science is science, there was only one explanation for the level of shock hovering around the rain-soaked North Harrison football field Friday night: a comeback worthy of “Did that really happen?” questions. ...more >>
Floyd rolls over New Albany, 31-13
November 01, 2017
The Floyd Central Highlanders moved themselves into the Sectional 15 championship round Friday night when they ousted county-rival New Albany on a night of cold, heavy rain pouring down on the Bulldogs’ football field. It was a total team effort on both sides of the ball for the Highlanders, who earned a 31-13 win and advanced to face powerhouse Columbus East. ...more >>
Floyd 9th at state; Stidam 3rd, Futter 6th for CAI
Corydon’s Stewart 71st
November 01, 2017
The 2017 cross country season came to an end at the LaVerne Gibson cross country complex in Terre Haute on a cold, windy Saturday afternoon, and the local teams and individual runners had a good day of the 208 runners in each of the girls’ and boys’ events of the Indiana state finals. ...more >>
Lady Highlanders advance to state
Corydon Central’s Stewart also state-bound
October 25, 2017
The Floyd Central Lady Highlanders cross country team punched its ticket to the state final on Saturday when it placed third at the Brown County Semi-State. Also making the cut was Corydon Central’s Marcie Stewart, who just missed making the top 10 of the 176 girls running. “It was a strong effort like always,” Floyd Central girls’ coach Carl Hook said. ...more >>
Crawford loses heart-breaker to Mitchell
October 25, 2017
Although it had its best performance of the season, the Crawford County football team saw its season come to a heart-breaking end Friday night as the Wolfpack lost their sectional game in overtime to host Mitchell, 26-20. Despite the loss, there was some redemption for the Wolfpack, who had lost to the Bluejackets a few weeks earlier in a 68-8 shellacking. ...more >>
Cougars march to program best 10th win
October 25, 2017
Meeting for the first time in the postseason since 2005, rivals Corydon Central and North Harrison tangled on the gridiron Friday for a shot at advancing to the Class 3A Sectional 31 semi-final. ...more >>
Sorg leads Floyd to regional win
CAI's Stidam, Tell City win boys' race
October 18, 2017
The Floyd Central Lady Highlanders owned the Crawford County cross country course Saturday. Not only did they win as a team by placing five runners in the top 10, but senior Kyley Sorg won individually, charging past Forest Park’s Clare Mehling in the last 200 meters. “They looked good today,” Floyd Central girls’ coach Carl Hook said. “They looked real strong. We’re really proud of everybody again, and we’re pleased with getting the one. ...more >>
Crawford chops Wood Memorial, 52-14
October 18, 2017
The Crawford County football team earned its second win of the season Friday when it overpowered visiting Wood Memorial, 52-14, on senior night. For the Wolfpack, it was the big plays that helped them end their regular season on a positive note and give them some momentum going into this week’s sectional game against Mitchell. ...more >>
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