CLARKSVILLE — Providence senior Alex Lancaster remembers the feeling he had stepping on the pitch in downtown Indianapolis for the Class A state championship boys' soccer game as a freshman in 2016. While the Pioneers came up short against Mishawaka Marian, he wants to help the Pioneers get back.

Following its loss at Brownstown Central last Friday, the Silver Creek football team dropped out of the Class 4A Top 10 in the new Associated Press polls released Tuesday. The Dragons, however, were still among those receiving votes.

Down! Set! Hut! Welcome back to the Southern Indiana Monday Morning Quarterback (although we're coming to you on Tuesday this week due to the Columbus Day holiday), where we look back at the news, notes and quotes from the local high school weekend that was, as well as look ahead at what's t…

CLARKSVILLE — Providence volleyball success is not a new phenomenon, but this year's Pioneers begin their quest this week to accomplish something new. Coach Terri Purichia's squad will look to add a Class 4A state championship trophy to pair with the 2A version the Pioneers won in 2016.


NEW ALBANY — Christian Academy girls’ coach Brett O’Loughlin and his daughter, Reilley, a senior midfielder for the Warriors, put a double-team on Emma Fletcher in the preseason in an effort to get her to join the squad. 

SALEM — Charlestown made some history Saturday behind personal-best performances from each of its top five girls’ runners in the Mid-Southern Conference Championship. The Pirates secured the first MSC title in 32 years with 40 points, comfortably defeating Corydon Central by 23 points. Silve…


Down! Set! Hut! Welcome back to the Southern Indiana Monday Morning Quarterback, where we look back at the news, notes and quotes from the local high school weekend that was, and look ahead at what's to come.

Week 7 of the season kicks off tonight with several key conference matchups. Included among those are Brownstown Central at Clarksville, Charlestown at Corydon Central and Silver Creek at North Harrison in the Mid-Southern Conference, as well as Floyd Central at Jennings County, Jeffersonvil…

SELLERSBURG — Olivia Johnston's hat trick and assist helped Silver Creek to a 4-0 win over visiting Corydon Central in a Mid-Southern Conference match Tuesday night (a.k.a. the Dragons' Senior Night). 

CHARLESTOWN — Host Charlestown capped off its regular season with a 4-1 Mid-Southern Conference win over Salem on Tuesday afternoon. 

JEFFERSONVILLE — Senior Kevin Meyer had two goals and two assists to lead Rock Creek to a 5-3 win over visiting Louisville Beth Haven on Monday night — the Lions' Senior Night — at Woehrle Field. 

DUBOIS — With five players, including four starters, out of town, visiting Christian Academy managed a 3-3 tie with Northeast Dubois on Monday. 

CLARKSVILLE — Class 4A No. 3 Providence rolled to a 25-10, 25-5, 25-9 sweep of visiting Louisville Butler in high school volleyball action Monday night — the Pioneers' Senior Night — at the Larkin Center. 

EVANSVILLE — Lauren Castleberry and Avery Stumler scored goals, with Kaylee Kaiser assisting on the first and Carlie Miiller on the second, in Providence's 2-0 triumph over host Evansville Central on Saturday.  

NEW ALBANY — New Albany celebrated its Senior Nigh with a 25-21, 25-23, 25-23 sweep of visiting Seymour in Hoosier Hills Conference action Thursday night. 

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Martha Ann (Dittmeier) Wigginton, 89, passed away October 14. Visitation, Saturday, 3-8 p.m., Sunday, 9-10 a.m., service immediately following at Naville & Funeral Home, Market Street, New Albany.

Michael Simms passed away August 30, 2019. He is survived by his son Steven Simms and grandchildren Eli and Oliver Simms. A celebration of life will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, Fraternal Order of the Eagles, 113 W Maple St, Jeffersonville.

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