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3 hrs ago | WTCA-AM Plymouth
It was entirely too much Eric Knepper for Plymouth's Pilgrims as the Bremen senior pitched and hit his team to a come from behind win at Bill Nixon Field on Wednesday night.
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10 hrs ago | The Star Press
Joe Gallatin had two doubles for the Bearcats, and Jordan Smith and Billy Walker each had two hit.
14 hrs ago | The Star Press
Cowan used a huge offensive performance to defeat Central 23-0 and get its first victory of the season.
Buddy Walters, second from left, is somewhat apprehensive about being the only boy angel in his class production of Hansel and Gretel at Durgan Elementary School.
It took nearly 2 hours for Richmond's Rei Tsuyuki to put away her first set Wednesday on Tiernan Center's tennis courts.
It was difficult enough for West Lafayette to lose to Central Catholic in a doubleheader sweep at Gordon Leming Field Wednesday, but it may have also lost one of its best baseball players to a freak ankle injury.
Franklin County's baseball trip to Union County came after a late invitation. Once there, though, the Wildcats wasted little time getting started.
Last year's run to semistate showed the talent on Harrison's softball roster. With many of those players back, the Raiders have started 2014 just as they ended 2013, and last year's postseason success is no longer satisfactory.
Lance Whorrall struck out 12 and Attica scored eight runs in its final two at-bats to pull away for a 10-2 Wabash River Conference baseball victory over arch rival Covington on Tuesday night.
Richmond's Bob Haustetter Classic has added extra teams and an extra day to its schedule.
After two seasons, Lindsay Charles resigned as head volleyball coach at Harrison on Tuesday.
SAFE AT THIRD: Shawe's Stephanie Snodgrass smiles up at coach Gary VanWye after sliding back into third during the Hilltoppers' softball game with Jac-Cen-Del on Monday.
The outcome of the Columbus North-Columbus East girls tennis match is still up in the air after play was suspended by rain Monday evening.
Hudgins, who spent five years at Columbia City, was hired to replace Casey Kolkman who resigned in January.
One day after breaking out of a slump by beating Oklahoma City and hours before Miami rested its star players, essentially ceding the top seed in the East, the city's Capital Improvement Board approved a new deal that would help the Pacers stay financially competitive in one of the NBA's smallest markets.
Jared Overman hit a three-run homer during a six-run first inning, and Lafayette Jeff's baseball team scored in five of its six at-bats to hold off Benton Central 22-16 Monday night in Loeb Stadium.