Attica volleyball is on the uptick.
Fountain Central hosted Covington in football on Friday night with it being only the second game of the season for the Mustangs against the fourth for the Trojans.
New Attica football coach Theron Schmid picked up his first career win when the Red Ramblers hosted and defeated Riverton Parke at Bruce Field on Monday night by the score of 20-12.
Coaches often get too much blame in a loss and too little credit for a win, but the two mentors for the Covington and North Vermillion teams showed their value on Friday as the visiting Falcons fell to the Trojans by the score to 52-22.
The Seeger football team has a new mindset this fall according to Herb King, the head coach of the Patriots’ squad and it came as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
On the first day this fall that volleyball could be played by Indiana high schools, Fountain Central hosted Tri-County and came away with a three-game sweep of the Cavaliers.
The Covington High School boys’ basketball team won five consecutive sectionals including one this past season that saw the IHSAA basketball tournament end just after the squad earned their most recent title.
Attica hosted 1A Sectional 54 and the Red Ramblers drew North Vermillion in the bottom of the bracket meaning the two teams would meet as the second game of the opening night.
Covington captured their fifth sectional in a row on Saturday by defeating Clinton Central 68-39 after reaching the finals with a 67-33 over Faith Christian.
There are 1,920 seconds in a boys’ basketball game, yet it is amazing how sometimes less than 100 of them can determine the outcome.