JEFFERSONVILLE — Nan Garcia's double-double propelled Jeffersonville to a 43-32 win over visiting Bloomington South in a battle of top 11 teams Saturday afternoon at Johnson Arena.
CORYDON — Natalie Boesing drew a foul with two-tenths of a second left in regulation, hit a free throw to force overtime and then powered Providence to a 52-46 win over host Corydon Central in the first round of the Battle at the First Capital on Friday night.
BLOOMINGTON — Floyd Central’s winning formula all season included 2,000-yard rusher Wenkers Wright and his game-breaking, big-play ability.
SELLERSBURG — All five starters scored at least nine points as Silver Creek raced to a 77-34 win over visiting Seymour in girls' basketball action Friday night.
LOUISVILLE — Successful athletes — or anybody really — need to hear the truth from the mentors and role models in their lives.
LEXINGTON — Marissa Hornung had 17 digs to help 21st-ranked Purdue rally for a 25-21, 20-25, 19-25, 25-22, 15-8 victory over Alli Stumler and No. 16 Kentucky in a match involving a pair of former local stars Wednesday night at Memorial Coliseum.
NEW ALBANY — New Albany native Parker Andres and Jeffersonville’s Alexis Bassett have stepped into larger roles for IU Southeast, which takes a 7-2 record into tonight’s battle against 10th-ranked Lindsey Wilson at the IUS Activities Building.
Shortly after Indiana’s numbing 51-10 loss to No. 6 Ohio State before 47,945 at Memorial Stadium, senior linebacker Reakwon Jones summed up the performance of the beleaguered Hoosiers.
LOUISVILLE — Louisville put together a promising college football performance against No. 9 Notre Dame on Monday in front of a record crowd of 58,187 at Cardinal Stadium.
OWENSBORO — For one former Jeffersonville baseball standout, a strong summer in the Ohio Valley League, a wood-bat summer collegiate league, seemed inevitable after a huge second half of the spring season.
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.
Louisville was down three runs and its offense was doing next to nothing through six innings against Mississippi State. And the Cardinals’ dismal history at the College World Series didn’t portend a comeback, either.
LOUISVILLE — Two former Jeffersonville baseball standouts had strong performances over the weekend in the NCAA Louisville Regional at Jim Patterson Stadium.
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.
NEW ALBANY — IU Southeast baseball, ranked No. 24 in the final NAIA national poll, found out its national tournament destination Thursday at a team watch-party on campus.
The IU Southeast baseball team clinched its NAIA Tournament berth with a late-season surge to win the regular-season River States Conference title and automatic bid.
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO — Chas Adams and Jacob Frankel combined for a one-hitter as the IU Southeast baseball team blanked Asbury (Ky.) 9-0 Friday in an elimination game of the River States Conference Tournament.
OWENSBORO, KY — IU Southeast capped off its second straight River States Conference regular-season title in style, by sweeping a weekend series from host Brescia (Ky.).
CINCINNATI — The IU Southeast men’s tennis team defeated IU East 5-1 to advance to the River States Conference championship at the Queen City Racquet Club on Friday.
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.
Former Jeffersonville standout Joseph Burke is making the most of his college years. The junior first baseman for Kentucky Wesleyan tied the school's career home run record with his 33rd blast Sunday and he's enjoying every one.
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.
CHARLESTOWN — When Bruce Pearl came to Charlestown to try to recruit Chad Gilbert to play for him at the University of Southern Indiana, he brought his appetite with him.
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.
LOUISVILLE – Purdue blew an 18-point second-half lead but recovered in time to force overtime in Thursday’s NCAA Tournament South Regional semifinal in Louisville.
BLOOMINGTON — At its best throughout the 2018-19 season, Indiana proved it could compete with, and even beat, some of the top teams in college basketball.
LOUISVILLE — The last time the world saw Tennessee, it blew a 25-point lead before beating Iowa in overtime in Sunday’s NCAA Tournament second round.
BLOOMINGTON — In his final game at Simon Skojdt Assembly Hall, senior forward Juwan Morgan did all he could to keep Indiana's teetering basketball season going.
BLOOMINGTON — Floyd Central was down 1-0 with one out in the bottom of the seventh inning of the 2016 Class 4A regional championship when Gabbi Jenkins made her way toward the batter's box.
NEW ALBANY — IU Southeast softball coach Joe Witten recorded his 200th career victory as the Grenadiers split a doubleheader with visiting Carlow (Penn.) in River States Conference action Friday.
LOUISVILLE — Last year Louisville entered the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament with a 19-12 record and squarely on the bubble of receiving a bid to the Big Dance.
Campbellsville (Ky.) senior, and former Floyd Central standout, Madison Kaiser will lead the Tigers into the 39th annual NAIA Division I Women’s Basketball National Championship tournament, which starts today in Billings, Mont.
BLOOMINGTON — Indiana’s on-again, off-again NCAA Tournament aspirations appear to be back on again after consecutive wins over ranked teams.
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Raymond O. Oyler, 86, of New Albany, passed away early Friday morning in New Albany after fighting a long, hard 15 year battle with Alzheimer's disease. He was born in Warsaw, Indiana to the late Ralph and Violet (Hull) Oyler. He was a longtime member of St. John's United Presbyterian Church…
Cody Winston Embry, 79, Henryville, passed away Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2019, at Sellersburg Nursing and Rehab. Born on the family farm in Butler County, Ky., March 14, 1940. Cody loved his relationship with the Lord, the outdoors, music, and the UK Wildcats. He was preceded in death by his parent…
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