CHARLESTOWN – Greensburg traveled to Charlestown for the Class 3A volleyball regional on Saturday.
BATESVILLE – The Bulldogs opened sectional action hosting EIAC foe Rushville on Friday. Batesville built a 34-7 lead through three quarters en route to the 48-26 victory.
SHELBYVILLE – Many of the top harriers in the state converged on Shelbyville for the IHSAA cross country semistate Saturday at Blue River Park.
High school football’s second season kicks off Friday with the opening round of the IHSAA sectional. All the area teams will be in action with two games pitting local teams against each other.
Several members of the South Decatur cross country team were recently honored by the IATCCC for success in the classroom. Elizabeth Flessner was named First Team Academic All-State. Trevor Newby, Samantha Storm, Bridget Nobbe and Jack Hamilton were all named Honorable Mention Academic All-State.
Members of the North Decatur Junior High soccer team gathered with their families on Oct. 7 to celebrate their undefeated season. The Chargers ended the season 7-0-1, scoring 35 goals compared to the opposition with three. Each member of the team played a role in the season’s success. Specia…
INDIANAPOLIS – In a game that wasn’t scheduled to happened until this past Tuesday, the Chargers fought back from a double digit point deficit not once, but twice to defeat the defending Class A state champion Covenant Christian Warriors 28-25. North Decatur improves to 4-4 on the season. Co…
FRANKLIN – The wet, sloppy cross country course at Franklin could not slow the Lady Bulldogs in their quest for the regional championship on Saturday. Batesville edged Franklin 57-58 for the regional championship. East Central will also be advancing to semistate with a third place finish (89…
BATESVILLE — Two EIAC foes which split matches in the regular season met at the Batesville volleyball sectional on Thursday with Rushville facing South Dearborn. In the regular season, each team won on its home court.
BATESVILLE – The IHSAA volleyball state tournament began on Tuesday around the state with the sectional round. A pair of local teams won in the first round to advance in sectional action.
South Decatur got off to a good start with 14 points in the first quarter and seven in the second as the Cougars knocked off visiting Oldenburg 27-6 on a night both squads celebrated Senior Night.
CONNERSVILLE – The Lions and Lady Lions competed in the Connersville Sectional for cross county on Saturday. Both the boys and girls teams advanced to the regional.
Cross country teams around the state begin the “second season” with today’s sectional. This is the opening round of the ultimate goal of reaching the state finals on Oct. 30 at LaVern Gibson Championship Cross Country Course in Terre Haute.
AURORA – On Wednesday, the Bulldogs played the sectional semifinal against the Lawrenceburg Tigers. Four goals by Eli Pierson led the Bulldogs to the 4-2 victory.
RICHMOND — Two EIAC squared off for the tennis regional title on Wednesday at Richmond with Rushville taking on Batesville. The Lions showed why their EIAC championship this year was no fluke with a 3-2 win over the Bulldogs to win the regional.
BEECH GROVE – The Lady Pirates traveled to a neutral location to match up against conference rival Batesville in the IHSAA soccer sectional at Beech Grove High School.
GREENSBURG – After scoring 35 points in the first half, visiting Batesville was held scoreless in the second half by Greensburg. Unfortunately for the Pirates and the Homecoming crown, the first half deficit was too much to overcome as the Bulldogs held on 35-25.
RUSHVILLE – The Rushville boys soccer team hosted the Mt Vernon Marauders for their final match of the regular season. The Marauders were victorious with a final score of 4-0.
The South Decatur cross country team uses going to the shelter and running the dogs for “practice time”. The harriers also donated various items on the shelter’s list.
GREENSBURG – It was Senior Night for the Greensburg boys soccer team as the Pirates hosted the Morristown Yellow Jackets for the last regular season game.
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