It is the time in the girls’ basketball season when wins and losses do not matter much, but player improvement and developing team chemistry certainly do.
The North Vermillion football team saw their season come to an end on Friday night in Indianapolis when the 1A #5 Falcons fell to the 1A #1 Lutheran Saints by the score of 56-21.
Fountain Central hosted Clinton Prairie in girls’ basketball on Thursday night and the game marked the return to the floor for former Mustang coach Amie Anthrop for the first time in three years.
It was vintage Brett Rademacher basketball when the Seeger girls hosted Rossville on Tuesday, but the veteran coach said he saw a lot to work on despite winning 40-21/
Three Wabash River Conference football teams have advanced to their respective sectional finals out of the four who were still active on Friday night.
Big plays and mistakes were the difference when Attica hosted Fountain Central in the opening round of 1A football Sectional 45 action.
The following athletes were recently named to the Wabash River Conference All-Conference Teams and will be honored at the fall sports banquet at the Beef House on Nov. 20. The All-Conference football and volleyball teams will be announced at a later date.
In one of the strangest endings to a volleyball match, North Vermillion dropped their sectional opener with Bethesda Christian in five games by scores of 25-20, 24-26, 25-23, 19-25 and 11-15.
It was only last season that Covington was able to defeat Lafayette Central Catholic in volleyball for the first time in seven tries going back to 2013, so the Trojans faced a formidable task when they traveled to face that same opponent on the Knights’ home floor to open play in 1A Sectional 54.
It was a hard fought game between two teams fighting for sectional seating Friday evening. Ultimately, Benton Central’s Bison sealed the win over the Tigers of Northwestern 27-19.
Two dramatic outcomes highlighted the Benton Central Cross Country Sectional on Saturday as the girls’ meet came down to a tie-breaker while the boys race saw two runners vying for first come across the line with a final margin of under two seconds.
The Covington- Tri-County matchup was not an aerial game in the slightest as rain plagued the first half of the game and enabled Covington to take an early lead that kept the TC Cavaliers in an attempt to catch up all evening. Tri-County's standouts continue to be Sophomore QB/DB Korbin Law…
Fountain Central hosted the boys’ sectional tennis tournament on Wednesday through Friday with the home-standing Mustangs coming out on top in the championship match.