Jump shots went up across the state Monday — the first official day of practice.
Down! Set! Hut! Welcome back to the Southern Indiana Monday Morning Quarterback (although we're coming to you on Tuesday this week), where we look back at the news, notes and quotes from the local high school weekend that was, as well as look ahead at what's to come.
The Houston Texans were determined not to allow Marlon Mack to beat them Sunday afternoon. Jacoby Brissett was more than happy to oblige in his place.
CLARKSVILLE — Jac-Cen Del's Tim Defranne got an early goal 11 minutes into the action, but that was the least of the problems that came about for Providence during Saturday night's Class A Providence Regional final.
SELLERSBURG — Silver Creek used a series of scoring runs in each set to post a 25-17, 25-9, 25-19 sweep of Salem in the Class 3A Silver Creek Sectional final Saturday night.
HENRYVILLE — Henryville won the fourth sectional title in school history Saturday, outlasting Paoli 23-25, 25-19, 25-22, 26-24 in the Class 2A Henryville Sectional final.
CLARKSVILLE — Clarksville survived a late North Harrison rally to escape with a 62-60 Mid-Southern Conference win Friday night at Newcom Field.
CLARKSVILLE — Providence senior Avery Stumler has increased her goal production by 11 goals from a season ago, improving from seven as a junior to post her 18th to lift her team over Trinity Lutheran in last Saturday’s sectional championship.
FLOYDS KNOBS — Tournament favorite Providence got off to a good start with a 25-12, 25-5, 25-13 sweep of Jennings County in the first round of the Class 4A Floyd Central Sectional tournament on Thursday night.
ELIZABETH — Rock Creek was in top form — at least in the first two sets of a sweep of Shawe Memorial — in the Class A South Central Sectional on Thursday night.
CLARKSVILLE — Providence senior Alex Lancaster remembers the feeling he had stepping on the pitch in downtown Indianapolis for the Class A state championship boys' soccer game as a freshman in 2016. While the Pioneers came up short against Mishawaka Marian, he wants to help the Pioneers get back.
Following its loss at Brownstown Central last Friday, the Silver Creek football team dropped out of the Class 4A Top 10 in the new Associated Press polls released Tuesday. The Dragons, however, were still among those receiving votes.
SELLERSBURG — Christian Academy was pushed, but the Warriors were up to the challenge in a 26-24, 22-25, 25-16, 25-20 win over Corydon Central in the first round of the Class 3A Silver Creek Sectional on Tuesday night.
HENRYVILLE — After a slow start to the season earmarked by illness and injuries, Henryville appears to be rounding into form at just the right time.
Down! Set! Hut! Welcome back to the Southern Indiana Monday Morning Quarterback (although we're coming to you on Tuesday this week due to the Columbus Day holiday), where we look back at the news, notes and quotes from the local high school weekend that was, as well as look ahead at what's t…
CLARKSVILLE — Providence volleyball success is not a new phenomenon, but this year's Pioneers begin their quest this week to accomplish something new. Coach Terri Purichia's squad will look to add a Class 4A state championship trophy to pair with the 2A version the Pioneers won in 2016.
SEYMOUR — Evan Scott and Luke Hesse both had hat tricks to lead Providence to an 11-0 win over the host Cougars in the Class A Trinity Lutheran Sectional final Saturday.
CLARKSVILLE — After a slow start, Providence responded to take down Trinity Lutheran 1-0 in Saturday night's Class A Providence Sectional final.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Host Jeffersonville scored 30 unanswered points against Jennings County on Friday night at Blair Field to gain a 54-29 win and edge over the .500 mark in Hoosier Hills Conference play.
CORYDON — Junior Dae’von Fuqua made game-changing plays on both sides of the ball, and he wasn’t the only hero for Clarksville, as the Generals picked up their second win of the season — 34-29 over host Corydon Central in a Mid-Southern Conference game Friday night.
BROWNSTOWN — Brownstown Central dashed Silver Creek’s dreams of an unbeaten regular season and, most likely, its hopes for a Mid-Southern Conference title too Friday night.
• Charlestown's Marion Lukes surpassed 5,000 yards with a 37-yard touchdown run on the second play from scrimmage for the Pirates, who won their sixth straight game with a 20-6 win against Salem.
CLARKSVILLE — After topping Christian Academy 2-0 in a strong performance Thursday, Providence advanced to the Class A Providence Sectional championship.
CARMEL — Floyd Central clinched a share of its fourth straight Hoosier Hills Conference title and recorded its 11th consecutive win with a 25-14, 25-9, 25-9 victory at Madison on Thursday night.
SELLERSBURG — Floyd Central had the look of the No. 4 team in the state Wednesday. Just ask Jeffersonville, which was on the losing end of a 5-0 match in the finals of the Silver Creek Regional.
CLARKSVILLE — Providence made a statement in the opening round of its Class A Providence Sectional, dominating Southwesten for an 8-0 victory.
SEYMOUR — Led by Lane Hancock and Yonelson Alvarez, Christian Academy advanced in the first round of the Class A Trinity Lutheran Sectional with a 5-0 win over Rock Creek on Tuesday.
FLOYD KNOBS — New Albany showed up defensively in its 1-0 win over Jeffersonville in the opening round of the Class 3A Floyd Central Sectional on Tuesday.
NEW ALBANY — Christian Academy girls’ coach Brett O’Loughlin and his daughter, Reilley, a senior midfielder for the Warriors, put a double-team on Emma Fletcher in the preseason in an effort to get her to join the squad.
SELLERSBURG — Late in the regular season Borden coach Josh Nale said Silver Creek was going to be a “big mountain to climb” in the sectional.
SALEM — Charlestown made some history Saturday behind personal-best performances from each of its top five girls’ runners in the Mid-Southern Conference Championship. The Pirates secured the first MSC title in 32 years with 40 points, comfortably defeating Corydon Central by 23 points. Silve…
Down! Set! Hut! Welcome back to the Southern Indiana Monday Morning Quarterback, where we look back at the news, notes and quotes from the local high school weekend that was, and look ahead at what's to come.
Charlestown standout senior running back Marion Lukes announced his decommitment to Eastern Kentucky University and his commitment to Central Michigan on Twitter on Sunday.
Clarksville was getting up and down the field with Class 3A No. 5 Brownstown Central on Friday night at newly-named Guy Newcom Field.
MADISON — The Jeffersonville Red Devils used some stifling defense and big plays through the air to exit Madison with a 35-7 Hoosier Hills Conference win last night.
CLARKSVILLE — Senior running back Colin Flake rushed for 173 yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries to lead Providence to a 21-6 win over visiting Mitchell on Friday night at Murphy Stadium.
CORYDON — Marion Lukes continued to add to his school-record rushing total while Charlestown continued to add to its victory total Friday night.
FLOYD KNOBS — Floyd Central continued its hot streak on Thursday with a three-set sweep of visiting Jeffersonville, winning its 10th straight match.
CLARKSVILLE — From its inception in 1962 through 1999, the Clarksville football program had 25 winning seasons, and in 1997, the Generals joined Providence as one of only two Clark or Floyd County teams to reach a state championship game.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Host Jeffersonville won its 13th straight sectional title Thursday night. The Red Devils swept Providence 5-0 in the Jeffersonville Sectional final.
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Linda Joan (Proctor) Lethco, 74, of New Albany, passed away October 21, 2019 at Clark Memorial Hospital. She was born on October 13, 1945 in Butler County, Kentucky to the late Otis and Nada Proctor. Linda was a member of Pleasant Grove Methodist Church and loved quilting. In addition to her…
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