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Football-to-wrestling transition camp
The Warrior Wrestling Club and Providence Football 2012 Football to Wrestling Camp will be Nov. 8-9 at Providence High School. Campers will meet each day from 6:30-8 p.m. Registration will take place at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 8 at Providence.
The camp is open to children from age 4 to the sixth grade. Cost is $12, which includes a T-shirt.
For more information, contact David Burns at 502-930-6877 or Burnsda96@hotmail.com.
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Silver Creek-C’town game rescheduled
The Silver Creek at Charlestown boys’ basketball game, originally set for Saturday, Nov. 24, has been rescheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 11. The change is because of the Charlestown football team advancing in the state tournament.
>>HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ SOCCER
SC’s Jamros honorable-mention pick for Academic All-State team
Silver Creek High School girls’ soccer player Kira Jamros has been named as an honorable-mention selection to the Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association Academic All-State team for the 2012 season.
>>HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL
Clarksville player to play in All-Star matches
Clarksville junior Ali Sparkman has been selected to play in two different All-Star volleyball matches.
Sparkman will play in the Indiana Elite Class All-Star Challenge on Sunday, Nov. 11 at Southmont High School in Crawfordsville on the Class 2A South junior team. The game will start at 3 p.m. and it is recommended people should arrive at 1:45 p.m. for the match.
Sparkman also will play in the East West High School Volleyball All-Star Games on Saturday, Nov. 17 at the Munciana Volleyball Complex in Muncie.
Henryville Youth Sports elections set for Nov. 13
Henryville Youth Sports will hold its executive board elections at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 13 at the Henryville Community Center. Nominees submitted their names for election to eight positions.
Those running are Jon Banet, general manager (one-year term); Christy Alexander, treasurer; Heather McNames, concession coordinator; Lisa Reynolds, fundraising coordinator (one-year term); Dave Badger, baseball facilities manager; Mark Curts, baseball coordinator; Brent Paris, football coordinator; and Phil Granger, softball coordinator.
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- Floyd County Sports
CLASS 4A SEYMOUR SECTIONAL: Bulldogs claim first title since 2011
Hibbard 3s help New Albany beat Jennings, 55-49
CLASS 2A PAOLI SECTIONAL: Generals win back-to-back crowns
Clarksville takes big early lead, holds on for 41-32 win over crosstown rival
Revelers and runners to come together Tuesday
It’s coming a bit earlier than the actual St. Patrick’s Day holiday, but runners and drinkers will be celebrating Tuesday, March 11, in Jeffersonville.
- PHOTO GALLERY: Boys' basketball sectional semifinals Featured teams include New Albany, Charlestown, Silver Creek, Rock Creek, Christian Academy, and Borden.
CLASS A BORDEN SECTIONAL: Rock Creek knocks off defending champs
CAI blows big lead against Lanesville
CLASS 4A SEYMOUR SECTIONAL: Clutch Cochran leads New Albany to sectional final
Bulldogs beat BNL in semis, 61-51; will face Jennings County for title tonight
CLASS 2A PAOLI SECTIONAL: It’s Clarksville, Providence for the title
No. 2 Generals rip Eastern 67-45, Pioneers pull away from Henryville, 58-40
COLLEGE BASKETBALL: IUS earns at-large bid to NAIA tourney
No. 3-seed Grenadiers will face Tabor College in opening round
- PHOTO GALLERY: Opening night of boys' basketball sectional Boys' basketball sectionals opened on Tuesday night. Featured teams include New Albany, Jeffersonville, Floyd Central, Clarksville, Rock Creek, Christian Academy and New Washington.
CLASS 2A PAOLI SECTIONAL: Rivals Clarksville, Providence advance
Generals, Pioneers overcome tough tests to move into Friday’s semifinals
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