SOUTHERN INDIANA — Postseason action gets underway for the first of the fall high school sports Saturday as most Clark and Floyd County teams tee off at Old Capital. Henryville will vie for a regional berth at Madison's Sunrise Golf Course.

Week 5 of the season kicks off tonight. Highlighting the slate is a Hoosier Hills Conference matchup between Jeffersonville and Floyd Central in the Knobs, as well as the Clark County battle between Providence and Charlestown at Reis Field. 

MADISON — Led by medalist Olivia Guernsey, Henryville defeated Switzerland County in a dual match at Sunrise Golf Course — site of Saturday’s sectional — on Thursday.

Two things seem certain this week at Grand Park Sports Complex. One, Andrew Luck won’t participate in a full practice with his teammates until Saturday at the earliest. Two, Frank Reich won’t rush the quarterback to return to the fold.

The Boston Celtics will play their first game in the NBA Summer League on Saturday in Las Vegas. While you will likely see former New Albany star and Indiana University standout Romeo Langford on the Celtics bench, you most likely won’t see him on the court today, and maybe not at all in Sin City.

Former Jeffersonville High School graduate Drew Campbell, who recently completed his junior season with the University of Louisville, officially became a professional baseball player Friday, when he signed with the Atlanta Braves. 

CINCINNATI — Cincinnati Reds' starting pitcher Sonny Gray (4-5) tossed two-hit baseball for six innings Friday night, working into the seventh to help his team snap a four-game losing streak. Joey Votto went 4 for 4 and reached base five times for the Reds, who defeated the first-place Chica…

The ping-pong balls have spoken. Now, the next several weeks NBA Draft prospects will be working out for teams and doing interviews with management personnel. Here’s where some of the NBA Draft experts have New Albany native Romeo Langford projected to go following Tuesday night’s NBA Draft …

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LOUISVILLE — The Kentucky Derby was stricken with historic controversy as race stewards spent nearly 30 minutes reviewing video of apparent winner Maximum Security, who led wire-to-wire Saturday at Churchill Downs, for a foul near the end of the 1 1/4-mile race.

LOUISVILLE, KY. — Hall of Fame trainer Bill Mott finally got his Kentucky Derby win, but it was under unprecedented circumstances. Country House, who finished third in the Arkansas Derby, behind Omaha Beach and Improbable in his last start, was declared the winner in the 145th running of the…

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Serengeti Empress went wire-to-wire to take the $1.25 million Longines Kentucky Oaks on Friday before a crowd of 105,719 at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Ky. Trained by Tom Amoss for owner Joel Politi, jockey Jose Ortiz and Serengeti Empress absolutely dominated the 1 1/8 mile route restricted to 3-year-old fillies. It was the first Kentucky Oaks win for all connections.

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LOUISVILLE — The Kentucky Derby is the one race people all over the world recognize, whether they follow horse racing or not. It is the race that everyone in the horse industry wants to win, but it is also the most difficult. The race is restricted to 3-year-olds, limited to 20 horses, and each horse has to earn its way into the race based on points attained in specified Kentucky Derby prep races.

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The Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks always offer interesting and, often, valuable betting options. A field of 14 fillies will run for $1.25 million in Friday’s Longines Kentucky Oaks and 20 horses will run for $3 million in Saturday’s Kentucky Derby. But bettors have the opportunity to win …

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Santa Anita Oaks winner Bellafina was installed as the 2-1 morning-line favorite and will break from post four under jockey Flavien Prat following Monday's draw at Churchill Downs for the $1.25 million Longines Kentucky Oaks.

LOUISVILLE – Justin Thomas was pegged as a future superstar in the world of golf at the age of 16, when he made the cut at the Wyndham Championship in 2009. More success followed: inevitable tour wins, the 2017 PGA championship title, membership on the 2018 Ryder Cup team and ascension to be…

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LOUISVILLE — Although the race is more than a month away, the field for the 145th running of the Kentucky Derby is starting to take shape and soon will become clear with the conclusion of the Road to the Kentucky Derby series.

Romeo Langford drove around Wisconsin’s Khalil Iverson and banked in the game-winner with .8 of a second left to help Indiana knock off 19th-ranked Wisconsin 75-73 in double-overtime Tuesday at Assembly Hall.

With eight losses in their past nine games going into Sunday afternoon's battle with Ohio State — and despite coach Archie Miller's crux that "they're all big" — an early February home game had become crucial for Indiana's postseason hopes.

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Curtis Hoskins, 82 years of age, passed away peacefully in his sleep on Thursday, September 19, 2019 at Wedgewood Healthcare Center. He was born August 22, 1937 in Crab Orchard, Kentucky to the late Charles and Mary Hoskins. Curtis was a veteran in the United States Army and was a retired pr…

Visitation:2-8 pm, Monday, September 23, 2019, Newcomer-Southern IN (New Albany) and Tuesday, 9-11am at Christ Gospel Church (Jeffersonville). Funeral:11am, Tuesday at church. Burial:Bunker Hill Cemetery, Salem. www.NewcomerKentuckiana. com

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