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INDIANA VOLLEYBALL SECTIONAL SCORES

Oct 24, 2014 • HOOSIER SPORTS 365
SECTONAL VOLLEYBALL FINALS 4A More

SECTIONAL FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

Oct 24, 2014 • HOOSIER SPORTS 365
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Positive vibe in gym fuels Patriots

Oct 24, 2014 • Tri-Eastern Conference
KNIGHTSTOWN, Ind. – Walking into the gym at Knightstown on Tuesday brought back good memories for Union County's Carlea Handley. Soon after, Handley and her Patriot teammates created some more positive moments at this year's site for the Clas More

Bulldogs perk up, dispatch Eagles

Oct 24, 2014 • Tri-Eastern Conference
KNIGHTSTOWN, Ind. – Centerville's Lanie McClanahan returned a Lincoln serve Thursday night, the ball ricocheting over the net and back into Golden Eagle territory. It dropped untouched to the Knightstown floor, in play and for a point. The Bulldogs smiled at their good fortu More

Tigers put away Panthers

Oct 22, 2014 • Hagerstown Jr Sr High School
KNIGHTSTOWN, Ind. – Hagerstown and Knightstown played three very close volleyball games about a week ago as the Tigers added to a historic season. The Tigers expected another close battle Tuesday from the IHSAA Sectional 41 hosts and that's e More

'Crazy Dream'

Oct 22, 2014 • Northeastern Jr Sr High School
Tennis used to be a channel changer for Grant Esposito. Now, the Northeastern senior can't get enough of it. Esposito's fondness for the game started when he was 11, and it's only grown since. So has Esposito's success. He's making his second straight state finals appearan More

FINAL AP HS FOOTBALL POLL

Oct 21, 2014 • HOOSIER SPORTS 365
Class 6A Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs 1. Carmel (20) 9-0 418 1 2. Penn (1) 9-0 358 2 3. Warren Central – 7-2 300 3 4. Ben Davis – 7-2 298 4 5. Carroll (Allen) – 9-0 236 5 6. Center Grove &nda More

Patriots take aim at postseason

Oct 20, 2014 • Union County High School
Two of the past three years Union County’s volleyball team has advanced to the Class 2A semistate. The Patriots’ latest postseason path starts this week, and it starts in Knightstown. Defending sectional champion Union County is one of seven hopefuls in Sectional 41. T More

PATRIOTS WIN TITLE, SETON 3RD

Oct 19, 2014 • Union County High School
PAL-ITEM.COM LIBERTY, Ind. – Union County won its own invitational on Saturday, defeating Lawrenceburg 25-13, 25-17 in the championship match. "It was just an outstanding day all-around; we were carrying the momentum from the Centervi More

Esposito wins regional, on way back to state finals

Oct 19, 2014 • Northeastern Jr Sr High School
Outdoors. Indoors. Didn't matter to Grant Epsosito. The Northeastern senior won in both environments Saturday, and he's returning to the state tennis finals. In impressive fashion, too. Esposito won twice on Saturday, claiming the individual regional championship at Carmel and sec More

Cardinals, Tigers, Patriots advance

Oct 19, 2014 • Hagerstown Jr Sr High School
RUSHVILLE, Ind. – In many ways, Union County and Seton Catholic's girls cross country teams have much in common. Neither had a complete team a year ago. Both rely heavily on freshman this year. The Patriots and Cardinals also had impr More

Bulldogs battle back, but fall in final

Oct 19, 2014 • Centerville High School
KNIGHTSTOWN, Ind. – Trevor Miller made his coach a promise back in August. Give the Centerville senior the chance, and he would not miss when it came time for a penalty kick. So, there was a lot of confidence — and not much surprise — on the Bulldog side Saturday More

Patriots stop Tri

Oct 18, 2014 • Union County High School
PAL-ITEM.COM LIBERTY, Ind. – Union County received a touchdown each from Dylan Dearth and Derek Dearth to post a 14-7 victory Friday over Tri High in Tri-Eastern Conference play. Dylan Dearth caught a 7-yard scoring pass from Bryce Fi More

Falcons top Bulldogs to finish 2nd in TEC

Oct 18, 2014 • Winchester High School
PAL-ITEM.COM WINCHESTER, Ind. – Winchester finished second in the Tri-Eastern Conference after Friday's 40-8 victory over Centerville. The Falcons trailed 8-7 after one quarter before hitting the visiting Bulldogs with big plays. Elia More

Seniors lead Tigers past Eagles

Oct 18, 2014 • Hagerstown Jr Sr High School
HAGERSTOWN, Ind. – Martin Block, Garrett Blevins and Peter Hellwarth saw their football team finish undefeated in the 2012 regular season. The Hagerstown High School seniors also saw the Tigers enter the last week of the 2013 season without a More

Knights' alone

Oct 18, 2014 • Northeastern Jr Sr High School
U NION CITY, Ind. – Northeastern's run to history during the high school football regular season ended successfully here Friday. But not without a first-half challenge by host Union City on Senior Night. More

INDIANA HS FOOTBALL FINALS

Oct 18, 2014 • HOOSIER SPORTS 365
COURTESY OF HOMESTEAD.COM Alexandria 38 Eastbrook 21 More

INDIANA BOYS SOCCER REGIONAL SCORES

Oct 17, 2014 • HOOSIER SPORTS 365
2A WARREN CENTRAL 3 PERRY MERIDIAN 2 CENTER GROVE 7 NEW PALESTINE 1 EVANSVILLE MEMORIAL 3 FLOYD CENTRAL 0 JASPER 3 TH NORTH 0 BREBEUF 1 AVON 0 CATHEDRAL 2 WESTFIELD 1 CHESTERTON 2 CROWN POINT 0 MUNSTER 1 LAKE CENTRAL 0 GOSHEN More

Bulldogs' partnership pays with sectional crown

Oct 17, 2014 • Centerville High School
When Craig Lair was winning a Tri-Eastern Conference doubles tennis championship in 2013, Skyler Benedict was making the transition from junior varsity to varsity. READ MORE: More

'Dogs advance to regional final

Oct 17, 2014 • Centerville High School
KNIGHTSTOWN, Ind. – It was a shame either team had to lose. But Centerville's dream of a regional boys soccer title remains alive. The Bulldogs survived an overtime battle with Brown County late Thursday night on Don Willard Field at More

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