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Sunday, Feb. 1, 2015
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Clay City shoots past Wolverines (02/01/15)
SWITZ CITY- Clay City made 15 3-pointers as the Eels remained on top of the Southwestern Indiana Athletic Conference standings with a 79-36 victory over White River Valley here Saturday night, spoiling homecoming for the Wolverines in a high school boys basketball game...
Lakers top Thunderbirds (01/31/15)
Shakamak got a huge conference win on the road Saturday night, defeating the North Central Thunderbirds 75-55 in Southwest Indiana Athletic Conference boys high school basketball action at Farmersburg, in North Central's homecoming game. The Thunderbirds were coming off a big win, 68-51 over visiting Bloomfield the previous night. ...
Lady Cardinals back at .500 (01/31/15)
Bloomfield jumped out to a 13-4 lead and cruised to a 44-27 victory over North Daviess in a Southwestern Indiana Athletic Conference girls basketball game at Glover Gymnasium Saturday afternoon. The Lady Cards evened their record at 10-10 and finished 4-3 in the SWIAC...
Lady Miners lose to Monrovia (01/31/15)
Linton-Stockton kept the issue close for a half, but ended up losing a 52-31 decision to visiting Monrovia Saturday afternoon in a high school girls basketball game. "It was a lot better than the WRV game," said Lady Miner coach Jared Rehmel. "The girls played hard and battled...
Lady T-Birds win second straight (01/31/15)
The Eastern Greene Lady Thunderbirds won their second game in a row after enduring a seven-game losing skid and picked up their fourth conference win with a 47-45 victory over visiting North Central in Southwest Indiana Athletic Conference girls high school basketball Saturday afternoon...
UPDATED: Miners take out Eastern Greene (01/30/15)
LITTLE CINCINNATI - Linton-Stockton overcame a seven-point halftime deficit and 22 first-half points from Eastern Greene's Cam Creager and the Miners held the Thunderbirds to one fourth-quarter field goal in a come-from-behind 66-55 win in a Southwest Indiana Athletic Conference high school boys basketball game here Friday night.....
North Central defeats Bloomfield (01/30/15)
FARMERSBURG - Bloomfield had owned a 13-3 lead over North Central in recent meetings, but the visiting Cardinals never led as they fell to the Thunderbirds 68-51 in a Southwestern Indiana Athletic Conference boys basketball game here Friday night. North Central, who improved to 9-7 overall and 3-1 in the SWIAC, made 4 of 8 3-pointers in the first quarter as they jumped out to a 16-9 lead.....
WRV to have cancer awareness night (01/30/15)
White River Valley's Cancer Awareness night will be Friday, Feb. 6 during the JV/Varsity game against Eastern Greene beginning at 6 p.m. WRV will be taking orders for Pink Night T-Shirts at White River Valley High School. The shirts are black with bright pink writing...
Wolverines fall at Loogootee (01/30/15)
In a closely contested game, host Loogootee (8-8) outscored White River Valley (3-12) 21-15 in the third quarter as the Lions held on for a 54-45 win in a non-conference high school boys basketball game Friday night at Jack Butcher Arena. "We dug ourselves a hole in the third quarter," said WRV coach Joe Pigg. "And we fought our way back late...
High School Sports Schedules (01/30/15)
AREA HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SCHEDULES (UNOFFICIAL) FRIDAY, JAN. 23 Boys Basketball Bloomfield at Loogootee, 6 p.m. Eastern Greene at Sullivan, 6 p.m. Linton-Stockton at North Daviess, 6 p.m. Shakamak at White River Valley, 6 p.m. Dugger Union at Turkey Run, 7:30 p.m...
Miner seventh graders win at WRV (01/30/15)
The Linton-Stockton seventh grade boys basketball team defeated White River Valley 30-20 in junior high boys basketball Thursday night at White River Valley. Coach Jay Smith called it a great win for the Miner boys. "WRV played great defense and we were a little sloppy with the ball," he said...
Lighthouse Christian defeats Lady Bulldogs (01/30/15)
A big fourth quarter propelled Lighthouse Christian to a 49-21 win over the visiting Dugger Union Lady Bulldogs in a girls basketball game that kicked off a girls-boys twin bill Thursday night. The Lighthouse Christian Lady Lions outscored the Lady Bulldogs 20-6 in the fourth quarter, building on their 21-11 halftime lead...
Miners win 14th game (01/30/15)
Linton-Stockton defeated White River Valley 30-20 in a seventh grade boys basketball game Thursday night. The 14-3 Miners were led in scoring by Devyn Robertson, who scored 11 points. Brady Smith had nine points, Kip Fougerousse six and Dylan Smith four...
Scoreboard (01/29/15)
INDIANA HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SATURDAY LOCAL BOYS Clay City 79, White River Valley 36 Shakamak 75, North Central 55 GIRLS Eastern Greene 47, North Central 45 Bloomfield 44, North Daviess 27 Monrovia 52, Linton-Stockton 31 STATE BOYS Batesville 73, Hauser 65...
Lady T-Birds get back on winning track (01/29/15)
Eastern Greene snapped a seven-game losing skid defeating conference foe Clay City 43-38 in Southwest Indiana Athletic Conference girls high school basketball at Eastern Greene Thursday night. The Lady Thunderbirds jumped out to a 12-4 lead after the first quarter and led 29-14 at the half on their way to the win...
UPDATED: WRV defeats Miners to win SWIAC, Wininger eclipses 1,000-point plateau (01/29/15)
White River Valley defeated host Linton-Stockton 62-17 to win the Southwestern Indiana Athletic Conference girls basketball championship Thursday night. The Lady Wolverines finished 7-0 in league play. WRV forward Allison Wininger scored 17 points, giving her 1,012 for her career, making her the fourth Lady Wolverine to score at least 1,000...
Lady Lakers win ninth game; Hudson sets single-game scoring record (01/29/15)
Shakamak continued its recent domination of Eminence. The Lady Lakers traveled to Morgan County and came away with a 79-25 victory over the host Lady Eels. Shakamak, who won 78-14 a year ago at Jasonville, have an 8-4 record against Eminence in the past 12 meetings...
Game time changed (01/29/15)
The North Central at Eastern Greene girls basketball game will be a varsity-only affair, starting at noon Saturday.
Orda Wayne "Sammy" Johnson to be inducted into Indiana Track and Field Hall of Fame this weekend (01/29/15)
Orda Wayne "Sammy" Johnson is finally going to get the recognition that he deserves, posthumously. Johnson, a 1923 Bloomfield High School graduate who competed in the 1924 Olympics at Paris, is going to be one of the inductees in the Class of 2015 Indiana Track and Cross Country Hall of Fame in Terre Haute...
Game rescheduled (01/29/15)
The Bloomfield fifth and sixth grade boys basketball games have been rescheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 18. The fifth grade contest will start at 6 p.m.
Lady Miners win twice (01/29/15)
Linton-Stockton defeated Bloomfield 6-5 in a fifth-grade girls basketball game Monday night. Makayla Pigg, Lexie Crusie, and Lillie Oliver each scored two points for the Lady Miners. In the sixth-grade contest, eight different players scored as Linton-Stockton defeated Bloomfield 39-22...
Game postponed until Saturday (01/29/15)
The North Daviess at Bloomfield varsity-only girls basketball game scheduled for Tuesday has been postponed as both schools were not in session. The Southwestern Indiana Athletic Conference game has been rescheduled for noon Saturday.
Seventh graders earn 12th victory (01/29/15)
The host Linton-Stockton Miners defeated Carlisle 51-37 in a seventh grade boys basketball game Monday night. The Miners, who improved to 12-3, were led by Kip Fougerousse (16) and Devyn Robertson (12), who combined for 28 points. Brady Smith scored seven, Dylan Smith five, Kyle Anderson three and Trevor Dyer, Dalton Smith, Trent Rippy and Layne Burgess each scored two points...
Shakamak falls at Cloverdale (01/29/15)
Cloverdale dominated visiting Shakamak 81-39 in a non-conference high school boys basketball game in Putnam County Tuesday night. It was the 13th win in 18 games for the Clovers. Shakamak lost its 11th straight game, slipping to 3-14. The Lakers will play Saturday at North Central in a Southwestern Indiana Athletic Conference game...
Miner seventh graders win at North Knox (01/28/15)
The Linton-Stockton seventh grade boys basketball team won a road contest at North Knox 33-29 Tuesday Coach Jay Smith noted that the Miners shot only 25 percent from the field. "When you shoot 25 percent you typically don't get the win but we were still able to escape in this one."...
Miner eighth grade boys win two (01/28/15)
The Linton-Stockton eighth grade boys basketball team defeated visiting Carlisle 62-9 Monday. Leading scorers were Silas Robbins with 14 points, Jaden Cambers with 11 points, Cory Anderson with 10 points, Evan Slover with seven points, Sammy Robbins with six points, Dane Witty and Jalen Boyll each with five points, and Jacob Goodwin and Kaleb Crane each with two points...
Eighth graders win twice (01/28/15)
Linton-Stockton pushed its record to 9-8 with two victories this week. On Monday night, the Miner eighth grade boys beat Carlisle 62-9 as Silas Robbins (14), Jaden Chambers (11), Cory Anderson (10) and Evan Slover (seven) combined for 42 points. Sammy Robbins scored six points, Dane Witty and Jalen Boyll five each, and Jacob Goodwin and Kaleb Crane both scored two...
Miners now 13-3 (01/28/15)
Linton-Stockton defeated host North Knox 33-29 in a junior high school boys basketball game Tuesday night. The seventh grade Miners pushed its record to 13-3 as Brady Smith (11), Kip Fougerousse (10) and Devyn Robertson (eight) combined for 29 points...
UPDATED: WRV extends winning streak to five (01/27/15)
White River Valley extended its winning streak to five after taking out host Owen Valley by a score of 49-22 in a non-conference high school girls basketball game in Spencer County Tuesday night. WRV improved to 13-7 while Owen Valley slipped to 3-15...
UPDATED: Lady Miners fall at Sullivan (01/27/15)
SULLIVAN - Sullivan outscored Linton-Stockton 19-5 in the second quarter to break the game open and the Lady Arrows rode that second-period spurt to a 58-40 win over the Lady Miners in girls high school basketball here Tuesday night. Linton-Stockton coach Jared Rehmel said, "We showed signs of life but we've got to get defensive stops. They pretty much got whatever they wanted."...
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