SELLERSBURG — In their first year of IHSAA postseason eligibility, the Rock Creek Academy Lions went a respectable 2-8, notching wins over Lexington (Ky.) Sayre and Jasonville Community before bowing out to perennial Class A power Eastern Greene in the first round of Sectional 48.
HENRYVILLE — The Floyd Central girls' golf team finished fourth in the Fuzzy Zoeller Invitational on Saturday at Champions Pointe Golf Club.
BORDEN — Borden took boys' and girls' team titles in its own Warpath Invitational on Saturday — the opening day of high school cross country season.
FLOYDS KNOBS — Floyd Central and Charlestown squared off Friday night in a scrimmage at Scott Field with both teams getting their share of highlights, in addition to some correctable mistakes for the respective coaching staffs to critique.
SELLERSBURG — First-year Silver Creek coach Dave Papenhaus didn’t seem worried after his team struggled a bit in a 36-12 loss to visiting Seymour in a scrimmage Friday night.
CLARKSVILLE — Clarksville's Karena Knight earned medalist honors, but Charlestown edged the Generals in a match Wednesday afternoon at Wooded View Golf Course.
FLOYDS KNOBS — Led by co-medalists Sophie Cook and Zoe Hoehn, 19th-ranked Floyd Central cruised to victories over New Albany and Providence in a three-way match Tuesday afternoon at Valley View Golf Club.
CLARKSVILLE – Over the past four and a half seasons a victory has eluded the Clarksville program — a 45-game losing streak that second year coach Justin Boser and his improving Generals look to end in 2019.
FLOYDS KNOBS — Floyd Central took home the first-place hardware Saturday afternoon in the New Albany Invitational at Valley View Golf Course, the home site for both New Albany and Floyd Central.
CLARKSVILLE — Long-time, and legendary, Providence High School football coach Gene Sartini was laid to rest Friday.
WESTFIELD — There was one common denominator in the Silver Creek 12U All-Star team’s run to district and state titles — it lost one game.
CLARKSVILLE — Like most of his coaching brethren around the area, Larry Denison eagerly anticipates the first day of football practice each year.
WESTFIELD — An already memorable summer for the Silver Creek 12U All-Stars became even more unforgettable Sunday morning.
Jeffersonville girls’ standout Nan Garcia, fresh off receiving more big-time college offers, and three members of Silver Creek’s Class 3A state championship boys’ team headline the Southern Indiana contingent scheduled to participate in the 22nd annual Battle of the Bridges Basketball Classi…
Paul and Barbara Beach are committed to one another in marriage. Like many others, they’re also committed to cycling.
LIVERMORE, CALIF. — Highlander Youth Recreation scored one run in the top of the seventh inning to beat host Livermore/Granada (Calif.) 2-1 Monday night in the Intermediate 50/70 World Series.
We have been blessed with many successful teams in Clark and Floyd counties. From Little League to high school, we have had very talented and successful individuals on these teams. Not every kid is a Romeo Langford from New Albany, or Drew Ellis from Jeffersonville playing in the pros and th…
OWENSBORO — For one former Jeffersonville baseball standout, a strong summer in the Ohio Valley League, a wood-bat summer collegiate league, seemed inevitable after a huge second half of the spring season.
FLOYDS KNOBS — After dominant runs to state and regional titles, the Highlander Youth Recreation 50/70 All-Star team now has its sights set on a world title.
The Course: Wooded View Golf Course, 2404 Greentree Boulevard North, Clarksville, Ind. 47129. Pretty close to the retail hustle and bustle of Veterans Parkway and Lewis and Clark Parkway, adjacent to Lapping Park.
FISHERS — Floyds Knobs Community Club beat Pike County (Ill.) 6-1 Wednesday to cap off pool play and clinch the No. 1 seed in the Central Region Tournament.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Jeffersonville junior Kayleigh Gernand recently recalled a day when new Red Devils coach Wes Briscoe introduced a drill in an early workout.
BOONVILLE — Floyds Knobs Post 42 won four straight games — one Friday night, two Saturday and one Sunday — before losing in the final of the double-elimination Boonville Regional tournament.
INDIANAPOLIS — The New Albany 11U Little League All-Star team won a state championship Sunday afternoon, blasting Wabash 13-3 in five innings at Decatur Little League.
KALAMAZOO, MICH. — After having its Saturday game postponed, Highlander Youth Recreation won a pair of pool-play games in the Intermediate 50/70 Central Region Tournament Sunday.
INDIANAPOLIS — A 13-run third inning helped the New Albany All-Star team rally from an early five-run deficit to beat Dyer 18-12 Saturday in an 11U Little League State Tournament elimination game at Decatur Little League.
GREENWOOD — Red-hot pitching propelled the Silver Creek Little League baseball team to its first state title on a scorching Saturday.
KALAMAZOO, MICH. — Justin Early’s walk-off single in the bottom of the eighth inning lifted Highlander Youth Recreation to an 8-7 win over Keystone (Neb.) on Friday afternoon in its first pool play game in the Intermediate 50/70 Central Region Tournament.
GREENWOOD — Bryce and Preston Kernen were a twin killing on the mound while Preston Burton sparked the offense for the Silver Creek All-Star team Thursday.
INDIANAPOLIS — The New Albany 11U All-Star team rolled to a 7-1 win over Dyer Little League in its opening game of the State Tournament on Thursday evening at Decatur Little League.
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Paul J. Francke "Joe", 68, of Jeffersonville, IN passed away on Sunday, August 18, 2019 at his home surrounded by his loving family. A funeral service will be at 7 PM on Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at Legacy Funeral Center, 921 Main St. Jeffersonville, IN. Visitation for Joe will be on Tuesday,…
Do you think a new ordinance in New Albany, restricting when fireworks can be set off, will deter residents?
In response to noise complaints, the New Albany City Council has narrowly passed an ordinance limiting when fireworks can be used inside city limits. Now, residents of the city can only use consumer fireworks legally during certain times 15 days a year: June 29-July 11 and Dec. 31-Jan 1. The new regulation comes with teeth: a $150 fine for the first offense, $300 for the second, and $500 for each thereafter. Permits can be obtained by organizations wishing to use fireworks outside those specified times.
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