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January 29, 2013

SPORTS IN BRIEF: Jan. 29, 2013

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Harper, Koesters to be honored at IHSWCA Hall of Fame Banquet

Jeffersonville High School assistant wrestling coach Zach Harper and former News and Tribune sports editor Matt Koesters will be honored at the annual Indiana High School Wrestling Coaches Association Hall of Fame Banquet on Sunday, Feb. 17 at Jonathan Byrd’s Cafeteria in Greenwood.

Harper will be named the association’s 2012 Assistant Coach of the Year, while Koesters, the News and Tribune’s current Clark County reporter, will receive the IHSWCA’s 2012 Media Award.


Salem Speedway season tickets on sale

Salem Speedway season tickets are currently selling for the 2013 racing season. They are $170 for reserved seats and $140 for non-reserved seating.

Season tickets are good for admission to all 2013 motorsports events at Salem Speedway, including the spring and fall ARCA races, the Joe James/Pat O’Connor Memorial sprint classic, the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Midwest 150, the Firecracker 200, the Halloween 200 and other races.  

To order your season tickets or for more information call 812-883-6504 or toll free 1-888-246-7223. Most major credit cards are accepted.

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