Cameron McClure (Hanover): The Jeffersonville graduate is a rising junior offensive lineman on the football team. Last season, the 5-10, 260-pound McClure saw action in several games.

Brendan Lawler (Kentucky State): The Charlestown graduate is a rising senior running back on the football team. As a junior the 5-foot-11, 172-pound Lawler ran 50 times for 392 yards (7.8 per carry) and one touchdown. He also caught two passes for 42 yards and a TD. Additionally, Lawler also…

Rachel Walker (Bellarmine) The Jeffersonville graduate is a rising junior on the women’s swimming & diving team. Walker is coming off a splendid sophomore season in which she earned All-American status in the 500-yard freestyle, honorable mention All-American status in the 200 medley rel…

Dayna Kinnaird (Louisville): The Jeffersonville graduate is a rising redshirt junior defensive lineman on the football team. Last season the 6-3, 270-pound Kinnaird, appeared in 12 games and tallied nine total tackles, including 1.5 sacks for the Cardinals.

Lilly Bivens (Nicholls State): The Providence graduate is a rising sophomore setter on the volleyball team. As a freshman, Bivens saw action in nine matches and started one. She tallied 45 assists, 11 digs, one service ace and one solo block for the Colonels.

Roger Penske has reversed course and decided not to allow fans at the Indianapolis 500 later this month. The 104th running of “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing” will be the first without spectators, who showed up at Indianapolis Motor Speedway every year, even during the Great Depression.

The former New Albany High School star and Indiana University standout is in his rookie season with the NBA’s Boston Celtics.

C.J. Sample was one of 39 Southern Indiana athletes who competed in Special Olympics Indiana’s 2020 Summer Games Sports & Fitness Challenge. This year, due to the coronavirus pandemic, the regular in-person competition and events of the Summer Games were held virtually. The extended at-h…

Dorian Hendrix (Georgetown): The Floyd Central graduate is a rising sophomore offensive lineman on the football team. Hendrix and the Tigers could be back in the action in the spring after the NAIA announced earlier this week that it was postponing fall sports competitions to the spring.

Christian Salinas (Urbana): The Floyd Central graduate had a solid freshman season on the men’s swimming & diving team. Salinas shattered — by more than 20 seconds — the school record in the men’s 1650 freestyle in November. Unfortunately, the private university in Ohio announced in Apri…

Anna Perkins (Franklin): The Floyd Central graduate is a rising junior on the women’s swimming & diving team. She capped off her sophomore season with a strong performance in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Championships. Perkins won the 200-yard butterfly while finishing fo…

Trevor Clark (Trine): The Floyd Central graduate is a rising senior cornerback on the football team. As a junior the 6-foot, 180-pound Clark saw action in six games for the Thunder. He recorded four tackles, including two solo stops.

Normally, Gary Darby would be hosting the 23rd annual Battle of the Bridges All-Star Classic & Tournament this weekend. However this year, due to the coronavirus pandemic and the restrictions set in place to stop the spread of COVID-19, Darby had to make the difficult decision to cancel …

Brian Kellar was one of 39 Southern Indiana athletes who competed in Special Olympics Indiana’s 2020 Summer Games Sports & Fitness Challenge. This year, due to the coronavirus pandemic, the regular in-person competition and events of the Summer Games were held virtually. The extended at-…

Joey Krajnak was one of 39 Southern Indiana athletes who competed in Special Olympics Indiana’s 2020 Summer Games Sports & Fitness Challenge. This year, due to the coronavirus pandemic, the regular in-person competition and events of the Summer Games were held virtually. The extended at-…

Miles Frazier (Kentucky Wesleyan): The Floyd Central graduate is a rising sophomore defensive back on the football team. He was named to the Great Midwest Conference’s All-Academic team.

Tristan Sellmer (Campbellsville): The Floyd Central graduate, a rising junior on the wrestling team, went 20-14 in his sophomore season for the Tigers after transferring from Indiana University. Sellmer was 12-7 in duals and 8-7 in open matches at 157 pounds.

Landon Tak (Franklin): The Floyd Central graduate is a rising junior defender on the men’s soccer team. Last season, he started all 19 matches and registered one shot on goal for the Grizzlies.

Jaden Sonner (Campbellsville): The New Albany graduate, a rising redshirt sophomore on the wrestling team, went 10-12 during his redshirt freshman season for the Tigers. Sonner was 1-0 in dual matches and 2-2 in open matches at 184 pounds. At 197, he went 4-2 in duals and 3-8 in open matches.

Emma Love (Northern Michigan): The Floyd Central graduate is a junior on the women’s swimming & diving team. She is majoring in Environmental Science.

Dan “The Man” Jackson was one of 39 Southern Indiana athletes who competed in Special Olympics Indiana’s 2020 Summer Games Sports & Fitness Challenge. This year, due to the coronavirus pandemic, the regular in-person competition and events of the Summer Games were held virtually. The ext…

The former New Albany High School star and Indiana University standout is in his rookie season with the NBA’s Boston Celtics.

Madison Riley (Oglethorpe): The New Albany graduate is a rising sophomore midfielder on the women’s soccer team. As a freshman she played in 16 matches, starting 15 for the Stormy Petrels. She tallied two points on two assists while taking 11 shots.

Dillon Freiberger (Ball State): The Floyd Central graduate is a rising sophomore on the men’s swimming & diving team. As a freshman, he compiled times of 1 minute, 49.05 seconds in the 200 freestyle, 4:53.51 in the 500 free and 16:49.74 in the 1,650 free at the Mid-American Conference Ch…

Henry Lang (Centre): The Floyd Central graduate is a rising sophomore on the men’s swimming & diving team. As a freshman, he earned All-Southern Athletic Association second-team honors and was a one-time SAA Swimmer of the Week. At the SAA Championships, he took sixth in the 500 freestyl…

Renee Sisloff (Anderson): The Floyd Central graduate is a rising sophomore defender on the women’s soccer team. As a freshman she played in eight matches and took one shot on goal.

Emily Albert (Anderson): The Christian Academy graduate is a rising junior forward on the women’s soccer team. As a sophomore, she started 10 of 16 matches and tallied five shots, including two on goal.

The former New Albany High School star and Indiana University standout is in his rookie season with the NBA’s Boston Celtics.

The former New Albany High School star and Indiana University standout is in his rookie season with the NBA’s Boston Celtics.

The New Albany Little League 12U All-Star team isn’t getting an opportunity to compete in the state tournament, with a chance at advancing to the famed Little League World Series in Williamsport, Penn. This weekend, though, the team is competing in a USSSA Tournament in Elizabethtown, Ky. Th…

Aaron Mosley (Campbellsville): The New Albany graduate, a rising junior on the wrestling team, went 2-3 during his sophomore season. Mosley was 1-0 in duals and 1-3 in open matches at 184 pounds.

Emelia Currin (Hanover): The Floyd Central graduate, a rising sophomore on the women’s swimming & diving team, competed in several meets for the Panthers. Her season was highlighted by a victory in the 200-yard individual medley against Rose-Hulman. She was also a part of Hanover’s fourt…

Logan Barber (Western Kentucky): The New Albany graduate, a rising sophomore midfielder on the women’s soccer team, played in eight matches, logging 127 minutes. She tallied two shots, including one on goal. Barber also earned the Conference USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal and was named to…

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