JEFFERSONVILLE — Nan Garcia's double-double propelled Jeffersonville to a 43-32 win over visiting Bloomington South in a battle of top 11 teams Saturday afternoon at Johnson Arena.
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.
BLOOMINGTON — Floyd Central’s winning formula all season included 2,000-yard rusher Wenkers Wright and his game-breaking, big-play ability.
SELLERSBURG — All five starters scored at least nine points as Silver Creek raced to a 77-34 win over visiting Seymour in girls' basketball action Friday night.
NEW ALBANY – New Albany got a game-high 15 points from 6-2 senior forward Naria Reed, but a swarming Columbus North defense proved too much to overcome as the Bulldogs lost 40-28 to the visiting Bull Dogs at the Doghouse on Tuesday night.
NEW ALBANY — Freshman Emily Cissell scored a game-high 16 points to lead visiting Borden to a 41-36 win over Christian Academy in the Warriors' season-opener Tuesday night.
CLARKSVILLE — First-year coach Shelby Gliebe is emphasizing "the process" in taking over a Clarksville program that has lost 37 straight games after an 0-25 campaign in 2018-19.
BORDEN — While the 2018-19 season was not a return to championship glory for Borden, the Braves tripled their win total to finish 9-16. Third-year coach Matt Vick hopes to see continued improvement.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Jeffersonville put an exclamation mark on its first week of the season with its 58-46 win over a visiting Castle team on Saturday.
EVANSVILLE — Sophomore Maleea Roland hit four 3-pointers and tallied a game-high 14 points to lead New Albany to a 47-41 win at Evansville Bosse in its season-opener Saturday.
One big key proved to be a huge factor in Saturday afternoon's Hoosier Hills Conference girls basketball game between Columbus East and Floyd Central — defense.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Nan Garcia put on the quintessential performance in efficiency Friday night in Jeffersonville’s girls’ basketball home opener, pouring in 37 points on 10-of-14 shooting from the field and 12-of-13 accuracy at the free-throw line.
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.
NEW WASHINGTON — Silver Creek got out to a 17-0 lead and led by as many as 36 points Thursday to open its season with a 60-39 victory at New Washington in a clash of Clark County teams.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Floyd Central coach James Bragg has asked his team a simple question several times this week: Where do the Highlanders want to be Saturday morning?
NEW ALBANY — Despite the fact that New Albany is coming off its lowest win total in more than a decade, the Bulldogs enter this season with high hopes.
FLOYDS KNOBS — Host Floyd Central outscored South Central 16-0 in the second quarter on the way to a 57-21 win in the season-opener for both Wednesday night.
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.
HENRYVILLE — Host Henryville jumped out to an 18-2 lead at the end of the first quarter en route to a 49-6 win over Rock Creek in the season-opener for both teams Tuesday night.
SELLERSBURG — Silver Creek boys' basketball has been a revelation in recent years with a state title in 2019 and multiple Dragons receiving Division I offers.
FLOYDS KNOBS — With senior point guard Kalissa Fosskuhl and sophomore guard Keegan Kaiser, coach Randy Gianfagna enters his second season on the Floyd Central bench with a solid backcourt base.
JEFFERSONVILLE — The formula is in place for coach Mike Warren, who has a solid 98-50 record in six seasons — to celebrate his first sectional title at the helm of the Jeffersonville girls’ basketball program.
Perhaps it’s fitting Sunday’s bizarre game at Heinz Field ended with Adam Vinatieri attempting a kick into the NFL’s version of the Bermuda Triangle.
Three area teams will play for sectional titles Friday night. Two of those will play each other, and one of those will win their first sectional championship in at least a decade.
PEKIN — Senior running back Colin Flake rushed for 311 yards and five touchdowns on 16 carries as Providence rolled over Eastern 42-16 in the semifinals of Class 2A Sectional 39 on Friday night.
JEFFERSONVILLE — An area postseason rivalry was rekindled Friday night and unfittingly ended in convincing fashion.
CHARLESTOWN — Charlestown senior Braiden Murphy has always played either quarterback or wide receiver throughout his football career, going back to Little League.
CHARLESTOWN — One day, maybe later this year depending on what happens the next couple of weeks, it may simply be known as “The Call” or “The Fake.”
Floyd Central's No. 1 boys' doubles team of Alex Poe and Eric Whitehouse have been named first-team All-State by the Indiana High School Tennis Coaches Association.
BLOOMINGTON — New Castle, the top-ranked team in the nation according to the Max Preps’ Top 25 rankings, was the only team to take multiple sets from Providence heading into Saturday’s final of the Class 4A Bloomington North Regional.
FERDINAND — Henryville coach Christy Nunn's troops were coming off their first sectional title since 2015 and were seeking even loftier heights in Saturday's Class 2A Forest Park Regional.
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.
BLOOMINGTON — Class 4A No. 3 Providence will take on No. 9 Center Grove in tonight’s Bloomington North Regional Finals after defeating Castle by scores of 25-12, 25-20, 23-25, 25-15.
NASHVILLE — Weather conditions were definitely not in the runners favor Saturday at the Brown County Semistate. Through the constant downpour and muddy track, Bloomington South took home first place in the boys’ race and Columbus North won the girls' race.
NASHVILLE — Weather conditions were definitely not in the runners favor Saturday at the Brown County Semistate. Through the constant downpour and muddy track, Bloomington South took home first place in the boys’ race and Columbus North won the girls.
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.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Rock Creek will have to wait at least another year to secure its first postseason win after falling to North Central 34-12 Friday night in a Class A Sectional 48 first-round game at Woehrle Athletic Complex.
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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