PAOLI — The North Decatur Lady Chargers were up to the challenge of the No. 7 ranked Eastern (Pekin) Musketeers on Saturday afternoon, but were still unable to pull off a regional victory.
WALDRON — On Friday night, the South Decatur Cougars (19-1) clinched at least a share of the Mid-Hoosier Conference title with ease. They defeated Waldron 95-58 on the road to move to 5-0 in conference play.
GREENSBURG – Thursday night’s game between North Decatur and Knightstown in boys basketball was postponed Thursday night due to the closure of Knightstown Schools on Thursday.
CROTHERSVILLE – The South Decatur Cougars (18-1) were given a trap game on Tuesday night when they traveled to an unfamiliar gym to meet a Crothersville team with a winning record.
COLUMBUS — The Greensburg Girls Swim Team competed in Sectional 17 at Columbus North High School on Saturday, bringing home a 5th place finish in a sectional performance highlighted by two new school records and a Coach of the Year Award.
VEVAY — The North Decatur Lady Chargers complete a 3-game sweep of their rival, the South Decatur Lady Cougars, on Friday night with a 60-35 victory in the Sectional 44 semi-final.
GREENSBURG – On Friday, North Decatur senior and multi-sport athlete Alex Stirn announced via Twitter that he will be continuing his academic and athletic careers by accepting a preferred walk on offer to Ball State University.
Class 3A No. 5 Greensburg invaded Rushville on Thursday and the Pirates showed why they are worthy of the lofty ranking in knocking off EIAC foe Rushville 82-57.
AURORA — A game made to be played for a sectional championship on Saturday night between the Greensburg Lady Pirates and Rushville Lady Lions took center stage on Wednesday night at South Dearborn as the IHSAA draw pitted the two teams against each other in the opening round.
BATESVILLE – Garrett Wood was a one-man wrecking crew for the North Decatur Chargers Friday evening at Batesville, but 23 points on seven 3-pointers were not enough to overcome a ball-hawking, athletic Bulldog squad.
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Sr. Alice Retzner, formerly Sr. Francile, age 77 of the Sisters of St. Francis in Oldenburg, died Thursday, February 6, 2020 at the convent. Born Alice Jean on March 20, 1942 in Sunman, Indiana, she is the daughter of Frances (nee: Riehle) and Louis Retzner. She taught for 17 years at school…
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