Greensburg Daily News
---- — Cougar youth gridders finish unbeaten
The South Decatur Cougar youth football senior team completed a perfect season by defeating Madison 57-8 Saturday for the championship.
The Senior team, composed of fifth and sixth graders from South Decatur, went 7-0 on the season, out-scoring their opponents in a combined season total of 252-52. This is the Cougars’ second straight championship, also winning last season’s title over Milan. They have a two year record of 14-2.
“This team really came together and played as close to perfect as you can play,” said head coach Troy Meadows, “especially in the championship game. They played great defense all season and put points on the board when they needed. It was a really special season. I am proud of the way the boys improved at every practice.”
Football coverage in future edition
More coverage of Friday’s football sectionals will be published in the paper this week.
Not all statistics for the games were available at the time the Daily News went to press.
Pirate tennis trio bows out at State tourney
The trio of Greensburg boys tennis players bowed out of the IHSAA State Boys Tennis Tournament Friday afternoon.
Senior Collin Rigney at first singles won the first set of his State Quarterfinals match, but Yorktown’s Ian Landwehr (27-0) beat Rigney (25-1), 4-6, 6-4, 6-2.
In first doubles action in the State Quarterfinals, Angola’s Markus Arnold and Craig Nofziger (27-1) defeated seniors Kyle Colson and Tom Lawrence (21-6), 5-7, 6-2, 6-2.
Open gym at GCHS fieldhouse
The Decatur County Parks and Recreation Department is offering open gym at the GCHS Fieldhouse on Sundays from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Take advantage of this opportunity to play basketball, volleyball or walk on the indoor track. This is being offered free of charge by the Parks and Recreation Department.