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.

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. 

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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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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. 

LEXINGTON, KY. — A week after pitching a shutout and boasting a high-octane offense, Rock Creek Academy saw the opposite happen on the road against Lexington Sayre. It was a historic night in the Bluegrass State for the opposing Spartans, playing under the lights for the first time in school…

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.

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Obituaries

Jessie Mae (Lee) Bennett, 95, received her wings on September 12, 2019. The daughter of Robert Lee and Annie Pearl (Conway) Ford, Jessie was born January 8, 1924 in Birmingham, Alabama. A devoted Christian, she was a member of Gilt Edge Baptist Church in Jeffersonville. She was a sweetheart …

Janice Housel Shields, 70, passed away at her home in Sellersburg, Indiana. She was born on December 16, 1948 to the late Kermit and Beatrice Housel (Barksdale). Janice worked as a cosmetologist for many years. In recent years she worked as a Slot Machine Attendant at Horse Shoe Southern Ind…

William Dale Robertson, 72, of Georgetown, Indiana, entered into his eternal life on Wednesday, September 11, 2019. William attended St. Mary's Catholic Church in New Albany and was a former member of Holy Family Catholic Church. He attended Our Lady of Providence High School and graduated f…

William Dale Robertson, 72, of Georgetown, Indiana, entered into his eternal life on Wednesday, September 11, 2019. William attended St. Mary's Catholic Church in New Albany and was a former member of Holy Family Catholic Church. He attended Our Lady of Providence High School and graduated f…

Betty Jo Hansford, 84, passed away Thursday, September 12, 2019 at her home. She was a member of Northside Christian Church. Betty was a native of Harlan, KY. She is survived by her sons Donald R. Hansford of Clarksville, IN., William R. Hansford Jr. of Jeffersonville, IN., Robert W. Hansfor…

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