MONTGOMERY — For the first time in eight years, Floyd Central is heading to the IHSAA State Finals.
CLARKSVILLE — Providence took an early lead, but couldn’t maintain that momentum as Louisville (Ky.) Holy Cross rolled to a 34-7 win in an interstate matchup Friday night at Murphy Stadium.
SELLERSBURG — Jeffersonville managed just 57 yards after halftime, but did just enough to slip past host Silver Creek 29-23 in overtime Friday night.
CHARLESTOWN — Charlestown celebrated its Homecoming with a 38-0 victory over visiting Scottsburg in a Mid-Southern Conference matchup Friday night.
Two area teams and a trio of local individuals will compete in today’s Washington Regional, which is slated to start at 8:30 a.m. at Country Oaks Golf Club in Montgomery.
SHEBOYGAN, Wis. — The Americans were looking for a fresh start in the Ryder Cup with its youngest team ever, and it worked out even better Friday than they imagined at windswept Whistling Straits.
INDIANAPOLIS — Under sharp criticism during its marquee March Madness tournaments, the NCAA said Thursday it is hiring a law firm to review potential gender equity issues related to how it conducts its men’s and women’s championship events.
INDIANAPOLIS — One by one, the college basketball coaches had filed into the sweltering gym on the campus of Whitney Young Magnet High School, dressed in their polos and windbreakers and sporting their school logos, all craning their necks to get a glimpse of one of the best prep prospects t…
SAN ANTONIO — Indiana had barely earned its biggest win in NCAA Tournament history when coach Teri Moren emerged from her locker room soaked from head to toe.
Considering how everything else has gone this past year, March was bound to be mad. So far, it hasn’t disappointed.
INDIANAPOLIS — The venerable brick building with the arched roof and clerestory windows was already a cathedral of basketball long before Norman Dale pulled out a tape measure to check the height of a rim and Jimmy Chitwood took three dribbles before knocking down the winning jump shot.
Rick Pitino pioneered use of the 3-point shot in college, and he used the first season of the shiny, new 19-feet, 9-inch toy to help Providence become the first six seed to reach the Final Four.
During one of my first days on the job in New Albany back in 2008, a local told me that Southern Indiana is the Bermuda Triangle of college basketball.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The NCAA announced Monday that all 67 men’s basketball tournament games including the Final Four will be played entirely in Indiana in a bid to keep the marquee event from being called off for a second consecutive year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
As more than 300 teams prepare to start a season that will look nothing like any before it, the conversation isn’t so much about who will be cutting down the nets at the end of March Madness as much as whether anyone will cut down the nets at all.
NEW ALBANY — There are several roads that connect New Albany High School with Fairview Cemetery at 800 E. 6th Street. All told it’s less than a mile if you walk it.
Forty years ago this week, Wiley Brown was a 19-year-old kid from Sylvester, Ga. celebrating a national championship with the University of Louisville.
Jeff Sheppard works as a financial planner now, more than two decades removed from the time he helped Kentucky win the NCAA Tournament.
As it became apparent the NCAA basketball tournaments could not be held during their usual three-week window because of concerns about the coronavirus, organizers scrambled to devise a plan for a 16-team event to salvage the postseason in one long weekend.
LEXINGTON, Ky. — John Calipari was looking forward to the NCAA Tournament and admitted that he was surprised by the decision to cancel the tourney because of coronavirus concerns.
CLARKSVILLE — As the Providence boys’ basketball team prepared for a “breakdown” at the conclusion of Thursday’s practice, the Pioneers gathered together and raised their hands and arms in unison.
The world’s sports schedule cratered at warp speed Thursday, with one of the biggest events on the U.S. calendar, the fun-filled and colorful college basketball tournament known as March Madness, becoming the first mega-event to be scrubbed due to fear of the spread of the coronavirus.
The NCAA canceled its men's and women's basketball tournaments on Thursday because of the spread of coronavirus, putting an abrupt end to the season less than a month before champions were to be crowned.
Several college basketball conference tournaments have been canceled moments before tipoff today, putting the NCAA Tournament at risk.
The Big Ten Conference has announced that fans will not be able to attend the Big Ten men’s basketball tournament at Bankers Life Fieldhouse starting with Thursday’s session in the wake of concerns about the Covid-19 coronavirus.
If the talk about bubble teams and NCAA Tournament bids was just about the number of wins and losses it would be a simple conversation.
CHARLESTOWN — When Bruce Pearl came to Charlestown to try to recruit Chad Gilbert to play for him at the University of Southern Indiana, he brought his appetite with him.
JEFFERSONVILLE – Defending Hoosier Hills Conference and sectional champion Jeffersonville came up short in a 4-3 loss to Fort Wayne Carroll in the season opener at Don Poole Field on Friday.
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Mary Lucille (Becht) Missi, 86 years of age, peacefully passed away on Tuesday, September 21, 2021 at the Villas of Guerin Woods in Georgetown, Indiana, with her family by her side. She was born on June 12, 1935 in Georgetown, Indiana to the late Arvil and Mary Bea (Barr) Becht. Lucille was …
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