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Local 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. 18.
Two football teams going in opposite directions injury-wise faced off on Friday when Seeger hosted the North Vermillion Falcons in the final game before the start of the sectional tournament.
Rylee Williamson of North Vermillion caught the eye of one of the meet officials working the recent Wabash River Conference cross country championship and that official recommended her for an IHSAA sportsmanship award.
Looking at the sectional opponents and the draw for the matchups, Covington coach Ryan Sowers said that anyone could beat anyone and that the sectional title was wide open.
Seeger traveled to South Vermillion to face the Wildcats in a battle for the top spot in the Wabash River Conference, but the Patriots fell to their hosts 25-15 in a game that saw the visitors spending much of the time in their own end of the field.
Fountain Central traveled to North Vermillion on Thursday and came away with a 3-0 win over the Falcons by scores of 25-12, 25-23 and 25-18.
Fountain Central hosted the Bi-County volleyball tournament on Saturday and found themselves playing Covington in the championship round, a match that the visiting Trojans would go on to win.