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WEEK TWO INDIANA HS FB

Aug 30, 2014 • Greenfield-Central High School
Alexandria 26 Wabash 21   Attica 26 Clinton Prairie 25   More

TIGERS FALL TO 0-2

Aug 30, 2014 • Tri-Eastern Conference
KNIGHTSTOWN, Ind. – Knightstown defeated Hagerstown 29-7 on Friday Hagerstown (0-2) opens TEC play with a visit from Winchester next Friday. More

PATRIOTS NOW 1-1

Aug 30, 2014 • Tri-Eastern Conference
PAL-ITEM.COM LIBERTY, Ind. – Bryce Fields and Derek Dearth powered a potent Union County rushing attack Friday night as the Patriots powered past Oldenburg Academy 47-12. Fields rushed for 211 yards and three scores on 18 carries, whi More

LINCOLN WINS FIRST GAME

Aug 30, 2014 • Tri-Eastern Conference
PAL-ITEM.COM CAMBRIDGE CITY, Ind. – Lincoln relied on its ground game to pound Wes-Del in the second half Friday and pull away for a 45-21 victory. Ben Bertsch returned an interception about 45 yards for a touchdown, giving the Eagles More

BULLDOGS BEAT TRI

Aug 30, 2014 • Tri-Eastern Conference
PAL-ITEM.COM LEWISVILLE, Ind. – Austin Mavity ran for two touchdowns and threw for two more Friday night, leading Centerville to a 44-20, Tri-Eastern Conference victory over Tri. Mavity scored on runs of 16 and 10 yards, while gaining More

Knights take step toward TEC title

Aug 30, 2014 • Tri-Eastern Conference
WINCHESTER, Ind. – Even a monster night by Winchester standout Kiante Enis couldn't slow down Northeastern's football Knights. State-ranked Northeastern scored 22 points in the second quarter, then held off the host Falcons in the second half More

LINCOLN DOWNS CONNERSVILLE

Aug 29, 2014 • Tri-Eastern Conference
PAL-ITEM.COM CONNERSVILLE, Ind. – Eric Underwood, Jacob Kissick and Seth Martin won singles matches as Lincoln defeated Connersville 4-1 Thursday. Austin Lanich and Seth Morris won at No. 2 doubles for the Golden Eagles (4-2), which p More

TIGERS DOWN TITANS

Aug 29, 2014 • Tri-Eastern Conference
PAL-ITEM.COM LEWISVILLE, Ind. – Hagerstown opened TEC play with a 4-1 victory over Tri High Thursday. Ben Tinkle and Nick Arnold won singles matches for the Tigers, while Jordan Auker and Isaiah Neal won at No. 1 doubles and Trey Kell More

BULLDOGS DOWN WILDCATS

Aug 29, 2014 • Tri-Eastern Conference
PAL-ITEM.COM CENTERVILLE, Ind. – Brady Wagenknecht, Justyn North and Nolan Witte all won singles matches as Centerville defeated Franklin County 5-0 Thursday. Craig Lair and Skyler Benedict won at No. 1 doubles, while Nathan Cheek and More

WINCHESTER BEATS UNION COUNTY

Aug 29, 2014 • Tri-Eastern Conference
PAL-ITEM.COM WINCHESTER, Ind. – Mackenzie Mehaffey shot 38 as Winchester handed Union County its first TEC loss Thursday at Winchester Golf Course. Sydney McClure shot 48 to lead the Patriots, which did not have enough players for a t More

SPARTANS BEAT BULLDOGS

Aug 29, 2014 • Tri-Eastern Conference
PAL-ITEM.COM Lindsay Hackleman shot 37 and Tayte Adams had 39 as Connersville defeated Centerville 164-209 Thursday at Highland Lake Golf Course. Brooke Killion and Alison Weaver both shot 51s to lead Centerville (4-2). Connersville (164) — Lindsay H More

FALCONS LOSE TO BLACKFORD

Aug 29, 2014 • Tri-Eastern Conference
PAL-ITEM.COM WINCHESTER, Ind. – Blackford swept Winchester 25-17, 25-18, 25-19 Thursday. Leah Malkey had five kills, three aces and three blocks for the Falcons, while Emily White had 10 digs and Leah Wren had four assists. More

KNIGHTS LOSE TO MONROE CENTRAL

Aug 29, 2014 • Tri-Eastern Conference
PAL-ITEM.COM FOUNTAIN CITY, Ind. – Monroe Central halted Northeastern 25-17, 25-16, 25-15 on Thursday. Kaitlyn Shafer had four kills for the Knights, while Morghan Foust added three. Northeastern (4-2) plays Tuesday at Richmon More

HAGERSTOWN DEFEATS REBELS

Aug 29, 2014 • Tri-Eastern Conference
PAL-ITEM.COM HAGERSTOWN, Ind. – Brytni Dale had eight kills and Kendell Combs had seven as Hagerstown improved to 4-0 with a 25-4, 25-21, 25-13 victory over Randolph Southern Thursday. Morgan Masters set for 16 assists and Hannah Roge More

PATRIOTS BEAT INDIANS

Aug 29, 2014 • Tri-Eastern Conference
PAL-ITEM.COM LIBERTY, Ind. – Union County opened Tri-Eastern Conference play with a 25-8, 25-8, 25-13 sweep of Union City Thursday. Carlea Handley had 10 kills and five aces, while Ella Dils had eight kills, Allison Kassens added six More

INDIANA BOYS SOCCER POLLS

Aug 28, 2014 • Richmond High School
Mens Soccer 2A   1      Avon More

TEC STANDINGS/SCHEDULE

Aug 28, 2014 • Tri-Eastern Conference
COURTESY OF http://indianahsfootball.homestead.com/ CONFERENCE More

GOLDEN EAGLES FINISH 16TH

Aug 27, 2014 • Cambridge City Lincoln High School
PAL-ITEM.COM PENDLETON, Ind. – Trevor Gabbard finished 30th on Wednesday to lead the Lincoln boys cross country team to a 16th-place finish at Pendleton Heights. Kelsey Cupp had Lincoln's top girls finish, 71st, as the Golden Eagle gi More

FALCONS BEAT UNION CITY

Aug 27, 2014 • Winchester High School
PAL-ITEM.COM WINCHESTER, Ind. – Winchester defeated TEC foe Union City 4-1 Wednesday. Aaron Wallace and Arick Miller won singles matches for the Falcons, while Mason Melton and Austin Bogue won at No. 1 doubles and Hagan Lawson and Le More

HAGERSTOWN EDGES BLUE RIVER

Aug 27, 2014 • Hagerstown Jr Sr High School
PAL-ITEM.COM MT. SUMMIT, Ind. – Ben Tinkle and Nick Arnold won singles matches and the No. 2 doubles team of Evan Hoover and Trey Kelley won at No. 2 doubles as Hagerstown edged Blue River 3-2 Wednesday. Hagerstown (2-4) opens Tri-Eas More

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