OSGOOD — Looking to rebound off a loss Saturday at home, the Lady Lions traveled to Jac-Cen-Del on Monday. A huge third quarter by the Lady Lions which saw Rushville overcome a 7-point half-time deficit to lead by five after three quarters was the difference in the Lady Lions’ 64-58 victory …
RUSHVILLE – Due to the continuing pandemic, guidelines for spectators at Rushville Consolidated High School basketball games have been put in place to help keep all involved as safe as possible.
BATESVILLE – On Saturday, the freshman Bulldogs traveled to Jac-Cen-Del and defeated the Eagles 45-37. The Bulldogs never trailed, but it was a hard fought victory with only a two-point difference at the half.
NEW PALESTINE — On the road Tuesday at New Palestine, the Lady Lions built a 21-10 lead at the half. The Lady Dragons fought all the way back to tie the game at 39-39, but a big 3-pointer by Olivia Yager put the Lady Lions up for good in the 48-42 Rushville win.
RUSHVILLE — After falling behind by 23 points in the third quarter to visiting Shelbyville, Rushville rallied to cut the deficit to 12 in the fourth quarter, but could not overcome the deficit and fell in Wednesday’s season opener to the Golden Bears 59-43.
As a boy, my thoughts were filled with stories of fabulous hunts. I was constantly daydreaming of someday experiencing the thrill of exotic hunting like my outdoor magazine idols.
The Bulldogs won 31-22 Monday at Franklin County for their first victory of the season. Scoring was spread out evenly, with Sam Johnson leading the way with 10 points, Jack Grunkemeyer with seven and Carter Bohman with six.
BATESVILLE – The Batesville Lady Bulldogs played well defensively, but struggled to score the basketball during Friday’s home game. The end result was a 45-18 loss to the Seymour Lady Owls.
BEECH GROVE – Coming off a 14-point loss at Class A Morristown on Friday, knocking off visiting Rushville on Saturday was a big ask for the Lady Hornets of Beech Grove. The Lady Lions proved to be too much on both ends of the floor in a 62-23 victory over Beech Grove.
CHARLOTTESVILLE – The Lady Bulldogs of Batesville high school traveled to Charlottesville to take on the New Castle Trojans and host Royals in a three-way meet Thursday night.
INDIANAPOLIS – In collaboration with Independent Colleges of Indiana, Inc. (ICI) , the Lilly Scholars Network (LSN) has selected 10 organizations around the state to receive the
GREENSBURG — Indiana University is a school Brenner Hanna has supported since she was little. To know she’ll not only attend school there next fall, but also continue her running career with the Hoosiers as well is a dream come true.
AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — In this one-of-a-kind Masters that had no fans and no roars, Dustin Johnson made sure it had no drama. And when he polished off his five-shot victory Sunday with lowest score in tournament history, he had no words.
The stats may not be as glamorous as other quarterbacks around the country, but Notre Dame’s Ian Book has been one of the top signal callers in college football the last two weeks.
AURORA — After the first eight minutes of action, there was little doubt in the outcome of the Lady Lions season opener on the road at South Dearborn. Rushville jumped out to a 15-3 lead at the end of the first quarter and stretched the margin to 35-5 at the half en route to the 65-22 victory.
The Chargers fought valiantly but in the end were not able to contain the running offense of the visiting West Washington Senators. No. 4 West Washington won the regional title 36-20.
Purdue announced a men’s basketball signing class Wednesday that includes a pair of in-state standouts in Silver Creek forward Trey Kaufman-Renn and Fort Wayne Blackhawk Christian center Caleb Furst.
Like his famous father Bill Elliott did more than 30 years ago, Chase Elliott captured the NASCAR Cup Series championship with Sunday’s big win at Phoenix. The 24-year-old son of “Million Dollar” Bill Elliott out-dueled his three Cup Series “Final Four” playoff challengers to cruise to his f…
Greensburg senior Melina Wilkison made it official on Wednesday by signing her national letter of intent to continue her education and softball career at Ohio State University.
Hello bowling fans! This is Jim Ephlin, from the Rushville Bowl where all the action is. The action is about to take place in the form of youth leagues. The Rushville Bowl along with the Rush County Bowling Association will be promoting youth bowling leagues starting Nov. 21.
Due to COVID-19 related attendance restrictions, there will be no general admission tickets available for Friday’s regional football game at North Decatur. Attendance will be limited to player family members and essential personnel only.
INDIANAPOLIS – Philip Rivers looks at Sunday’s loss more as a poor performance against a very good team than as a symptom of systemic issues within the offense.
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