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.

CLARKSVILLE — The Providence Pioneers stood toe-to-toe with visiting Triton Central for three quarters in Friday night’s Class 2A Sectional 39 championship game at Murphy Stadium, but the Tigers scored 20 unanswered points to notch the 20-0 shutout.

AUSTIN — Despite losing one starter just a few minutes before tipoff, and having another one slowed by injury, Jeffersonville rolled to a 67-37 win at Austin in its season-opener Wednesday night. 

LOOGOOTEE — Rock Creek Academy fought back from two sets down and took control in the decisive fifth set in Saturday's Class A Loogootee Regional semifinal match against sixth-ranked Springs Valley. The Lions, however, couldn't sustain the momentum. 

CORYDON — Two-time defending champion Silver Creek rolled to a 25-17, 25-17, 25-14 sweep of Lawrenceburg on Saturday morning in the Class 3A Corydon Central Sectional semifinals. 

CLARKSVILLE — The battle of Clarksville Part II had the opportunity to be much more interesting than the original. Providence cruised to a 35-8 triumph in Part 1, but the host Generals have proven to themselves in recent weeks — averaging 42 points-per-game the past three games — they were a…

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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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