SCOTTSBURG — Silver Creek ran away with yet another impressive win Friday evening.
CLARKSVILLE — If the first two games of the season showed how far Clarksville has come, the last three have shown just how much further the Generals have to go.
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.
BOSTON -- Star wide receiver Antonio Brown’s career with the New England Patriots ended Friday, 11 days and 1 game after he joined the team.
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.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Jeffersonville cruised to a 5-0 Senior Night victory on Thursday as Kendra Salazar and Lily Haire each had two goals and Tiara Jones chipped in one.
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.
NEW ALBANY — Christian Academy rallied from a 2-1 deficit to outlast visiting Christian Academy of Louisville 20-25, 25-15, 23-25, 25-21, 15-8 Monday night.
NEW ALBANY — Emma Lopp tallied two goals to lead New Albany to a 4-0 win over Jennings County in Hoosier Hills Conference action Saturday morning.
Week 4 of the high school football season is upon us and it offers several intriguing matchups. Foremost among Friday night’s games is the battle for the Rusty Anchor between New Albany and Floyd Central, as well as the Town Championship between Providence and Clarksville.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Pablo Flores' second-half goal lifted Floyd Central to a 2-1 win over Jeffersonville in Hoosier Hills Conference action Thursday night.
Strength of schedule is not just a term for March Madness bracket projection time. It comes into play for individual-based team sports such as tennis as well. Not being afraid to hit the road and suffer a loss against an elite opponent is many times a stop on the path to greatness.
CLARKSVILLE — The Class 4A No. 2 Providence volleyball team rolled to a 25-16, 26-17, 25-10 sweep of visiting North Oldham, Kentucky's 10th-ranked team, Tuesday night at the Larkin Center.
CLARKSVILLE — Olivia Hartz had a goal and two assists — all in the second half — to lead Floyd Central to a 3-0 win over Class A No. 13 Providence on Tuesday night at Murphy Stadium.
SELLERSBURG — Floyd Central took top honors at each position except No. 2 doubles Saturday in cruising to a team championship at the Silver Creek Tennis Invitational.
COLUMBUS — Floyd Central picked up two third-place team finishes in the Columbus North Cross Country Classic in ideal running conditions Saturday morning at CeraLand Park.
SELLERSBURG — Class A No. 2 Rock Creek rebounded from Tuesday night's loss to Christian Academy with a 3-2 victory over fifth-ranked, and visiting, Springs Valley on Saturday afternoon.
BLOOMINGTON — Ella Lavigne's goal with 8 minutes left lifted Floyd Central to a 3-2 triumph over Terre Haute North at the Hoosier Cup on Friday night.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Behind a dominating defensive effort and a robust run game, Jeffersonville ended its three-game losing streak to archrival New Albany and gave first-year coach Isaac Parker his first victory Friday night.
FLOYDS KNOBS — Floyd Central’s defense picked off six passes and Wenkers Wright rambled for more than 200 yards as the Highlanders decked visiting Vincennes Lincoln 28-12 Friday night.
CHARLESTOWN — Bella Hinton tallied 11 kills and Silver Creek recorded 16 aces en route to a 25-8, 25-10, 25-12 sweep of host Charlestown in a Mid-Southern Conference volleyball match Thursday night.
First-year Jeffersonville coach Isaac Parker barely hesitated when asked to recall the Red Devils’ record against archrival New Albany during his playing days in the late 1990s.
NEW ALBANY — Emma Fletcher netted four goals, while Reilley O'Loughlin tallied two goals and two assists to lead Christian Academy to a 6-0 win over visiting Austin on Thursday night.
SCOTTSBURG — Natalie Day netted a pair of goals to lead the Silver Creek girls' soccer team to a 2-1 triumph over host Scottsburg in Mid-Southern Conference action Tuesday night.
SELLERSBURG — Senior outside hitter Kendall Kerberg had 19 kills, nine aces and six digs to lead Christian Academy to a 25-22, 25-18, 25-4 sweep of host Rock Creek in a matchup of former sectional foes Tuesday night.
EVANSVILLE — The New Albany boys won a tight race for the Dennis Bays Warrior Invitational team title Saturday at Angel Mounds State Historic Site in Evansville.
FLOYDS KNOBS — Luke Hesse’s putback of his own miss put a decade’s worth of frustration in Providence’s rear-view mirror Thursday 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
Just this past week, the U.S. Navy confirmed that previously declassified military footage shows “unidentified aerial phenomena” in video taken in 2015. Advanced infrared sensors captured the fast-moving objects, which were also seen by U.S. fighter pilots, whose cockpit recordings reflect their confusion over what they were seeing. The military footage, aired on multiple media outlets, shows the UAPs rapidly accelerating out of the frame, so fast that the sensors couldn’t track them.
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