To the Editor,
In a rematch from three weeks earlier, the Covington boys’ basketball team again defeated Clinton Prairie, this time with a spot in the sectional finals on the line, by the score of 46-38.
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The Covington boys’ basketball team defeated Seeger 39-35 to earn the third straight sectional title for the Trojans and the 25th in school history in a game that anyone had a chance to win in…
Fountain Central came into the 2A sectional game they hosted against Rossville as the underdogs base on the records of the two teams, but the Mustangs came away with 57-42 win over the Hornets.
Starting in 2008, the Carroll Cougars had the number of the Seeger boys’ basketball team, at least in the post-season, as they had defeated the Patriots on four of the five times the teams had…
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