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Devils hold off delay, Twisters Richmond improves to 3-1 with girls soccer victory over Oldenburg Academy Check out this story on pal-item.com: http://pinews.co/1pfh3wI Richmond weathered both a 90-minute delay and a late rally attempt to remain perfect on the Lyboult Field turf.
The South Knox Boys and Girls Varsity Cross Country Team competed in a tri meet against North Knox and Loogottee High Schools on Tuesday, August 26, 2014, at South Knox High School, in Verne, Ind.
Courier Sports Staff Trimble County won one match and lost two at the Kentucky Volleyball Coaches Association Challenge at the MidAmerica Sports Center in Louisville on Saturday.
For the fourth year in a row, the Greenfield-Central boys cross-country team triumphed at the Richmond Invitational on Saturday.
Mother Nature apparently wasn't interested in witnessing the dramatic finish of Monday's seesaw girls soccer battle between Greenfield-Central and Mt.
Larry Kelley of Wells Painting and Decorating Inc. touches up the lettering atop the Perrin Building on Main Street in downtown Lafayette.
With the first Friday of the high school football season in the books, we now have something tangible to judge.
NCC has new look, many changes NCC has new look, many changes Check out this story on pal-item.com: http://pinews.co/1tx6q7U Robert Sanders of Richmond helped his team defeat Lafayette Jeff in the 1992 boys basketball state championship game.
Columbus East sophomore libero Brooke Banister had a way of causing problems for the opposition at Saturday's season-opening Round Robin Invitational at East High School.
Richmond settles for NCC tennis split Richmond settles for NCC tennis split Check out this story on pal-item.com: http://pinews.co/1tx64yf As the final doubles duo came off the Richmond High School tennis courts Saturday, all attention turned to Richmond's Logan Mayer and Huntington North's Auden Eckert.
Glory covers NCC's past Glory covers NCC's past Check out this story on pal-item.com: http://pinews.co/1p3Ppme Richmond's State Finals team of 1953 featured some legendary names in the North Central Conference.
The season opener can often be a relatively neutral game. There's no film for opponents to study, no bad habits to correct, and many times no injuries to overcome.
The first one covered 72 yards on Homestead's opening snap of the 2014 season, a short dart to Carlos Sanchez which he promptly parlayed into points.
Churubusco's Chance Gallmeier set a school record for receiving yards as Churubusco topped Lakeland 33-19 to headline NECC play in week one.
Homestead set multiple school records, Norwell hung on for a big win, and New Haven, Carroll, and East Noble continued their winning ways in week one for NHC teams.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 01:51 am
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