BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Veteran Bassmaster Elite Series angler Bill Lowen of Brookville, Ind., finished the 2019 season with his 10th invitation to the Academy Sports + Outdoors Bassmaster Classic, but that does not mean Lowen has grown nonchalant about the iconic tournament.
VERSAILLES — The North Decatur Chargers, South Decatur Cougars and Greensburg all opened up state tournament play on Thursday night with sectional opening meetings at South Ripley and Batesville.
Indiana and Purdue are both graduating student-athletes at a higher percentage than their respective student bodies, according to the annual NCAA Graduation Success Report released Wednesday.
GREENSBURG — Late last week, the IHSAA announced the sites for each girls basketball and boys basketball sectional, regional and semistate for the 2019-20 season.
In scouting Maryland this week, Indiana special teams coach William Inge sees an opposing special teams unit capable of altering a game within seconds.
After Indiana’s 35-0 win over Rutgers on Saturday, defensive coordinator Kane Wommack went over the stat sheet with his dad, former Ole Miss and Arkansas defensive coordinator Dave Wommack.
When Indiana senior linebacker Reakwon Jones scooped up a fumble and returned it 17 yards on the opening play of IU’s 35-0 win over Rutgers, it brought a range of emotions.
One of the biggest question marks coming into the 2019 season for Notre Dame football was the kicker situation. The Fighting Irish were tasked with replacing Justin Yoon, who graduated as the program’s all-time leading scorer with 364 points.
Indiana State put forth its vision for its athletics during a presentation on Thursday. Included was a new baseball-softball facility, a basketball practice facility and either an on-campus football stadium or renovation of Memorial Stadium.
GREENSBURG — With the Mid Indiana Football Conference title on the line for the North Decatur Chargers, the team wasted no time Friday night from locking up the win.
There are plenty of reasons to believe Indiana will have an easy time with Rutgers in its homecoming game Saturday at Memorial Stadium (noon, Big Ten Network).
At the end of the first half against Virginia, Notre Dame trailed the Cavaliers, 17-14. Virginia had just driven 76 yards in five plays, capping it off with a 16-yard touchdown pass from Bryce Perkins to Hasise Dubois to give the Cavaliers the halftime advantage. It was the first time the Fighting Irish had trailed at halftime this season.
This Week's Circulars
- Report: Prisoner escaped and apprehended in Greensburg
- Sunoco station, restaurants coming to town
- Matthew Shepard's mom discusses fight for LGBTQ equality
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- Postcards from Greensburg, Indiana
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- WCWO returns to Greensburg this weekend
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- Nobbe is NDHS Student of the Month
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