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.

NEW ALBANY — An improving Jeffersonville squad gave host New Albany all it could handle, but in the end the talented Bulldogs were able secure a 25-19, 25-27, 25-21, 25-19 victory in a Hoosier Hills Conference match Tuesday night at the Doghouse. 

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JEFFERSONVILLE — Chris Moore, a Louisville native and an 18-year veteran college assistant, is the new boys’ basketball coach at Jeffersonville High School, inheriting a Red Devils’ team with nearly everyone back from the 2019 sectional champion.

COLUMBUS — Things don’t go well for Hoosier Hills Conference teams when they play Columbus East. It gets worse when playing the Olympians at home, and Friday night was no exception as Jeffersonville endured a 47-7 loss at Stafford Field.

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. 


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. 

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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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