SOUTHERN INDIANA — Postseason action gets underway for the first of the fall high school sports Saturday as most Clark and Floyd County teams tee off at Old Capital. Henryville will vie for a regional berth at Madison's Sunrise Golf Course.

Week 5 of the season kicks off tonight. Highlighting the slate is a Hoosier Hills Conference matchup between Jeffersonville and Floyd Central in the Knobs, as well as the Clark County battle between Providence and Charlestown at Reis Field. 

MADISON — Led by medalist Olivia Guernsey, Henryville defeated Switzerland County in a dual match at Sunrise Golf Course — site of Saturday’s sectional — on Thursday.

College baseball veterans from Clark and Floyd County had great springs. Jeffersonville grads Joseph Burke and Ian Ellis at Kentucky Wesleyan mashed and former Red Devil Drew Campbell of Louisville played hero in the College World Series after getting drafted by the Atlanta Braves.

BORDEN — Indiana basketball coach Archie Miller visited with several hundred IU alumni on Wednesday night at Huber’s Winery, spending most of the time addressing the future of the program as he prepares for his third season at the helm of the Hoosiers.

A small fraction of basketball prospects catch the eye of Division I coaches as eighth-grader hoopers. Silver Creek senior Ty Kessinger didn’t impress his eighth-grade coach enough to make the team.

NEW ALBANY — Asbury pitcher Will McDonald held host IU Southeast to three hits as the Eagles beat the Grenadiers 7-1 in River States Conference action Friday night.

NEW ALBANY — Visiting IU Kokomo pounded out 10 hits — including six for extra bases — en route to a 10-5 win over IU Southeast in a battle of River States Conference leaders Friday night. 

BLOOMINGTON — It wasn’t the tournament that Indiana and Hoosier fans had been hoping for, but IU still received a postseason invitation to one Sunday night.

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Curtis Hoskins, 82 years of age, passed away peacefully in his sleep on Thursday, September 19, 2019 at Wedgewood Healthcare Center. He was born August 22, 1937 in Crab Orchard, Kentucky to the late Charles and Mary Hoskins. Curtis was a veteran in the United States Army and was a retired pr…

Visitation:2-8 pm, Monday, September 23, 2019, Newcomer-Southern IN (New Albany) and Tuesday, 9-11am at Christ Gospel Church (Jeffersonville). Funeral:11am, Tuesday at church. Burial:Bunker Hill Cemetery, Salem. www.NewcomerKentuckiana. com

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