Shelbyville’s Karissa Hamilton set the career home runs record after hitting her 21st of her career in a 13-7 win at Connersville.
The Morristown softball team fell behind early and never was able to get its offense going in a 15-1 loss to a quality Eastern Hancock team in five innings.
Waldron senior Tyler Bowlby (right, white jersey) speeds down the track ahead of (from the left) Milan’s Peyton Cavins, Tri’s Christian McLemore, and Tri’s Vade Dishman in the boys 100m dash during Friday evening’s Panther Invitational at Knightstown High School. Bowlby won the event in 11.2…
Following tough losses to Mid-Hoosier Conference rival North Decatur, the Morristown baseball team’s offense came alive and exploded for 30 runs on 26 hits in a win against Providence Cristo Rey.
The Shelbyville girls’ tennis team kicked off its 2021 season Monday with a trip to nearby Triton Central High School. The Tigers were ready for action, defeating Shelbyville 4-1.
Senior Katie Mathies gives teammate Karissa Hamilton a chest bump after one of Hamilton’s home runs in the first game of a doubleheader. Hamilton hit four homers in two games, including three in the first. Shelbyville easily won the first game, 18-3, then went onto win, 12-5, in a rain-short…
Southwestern’s Alison Muck competes in the 100-meter hurdles during the Spartans opening track meet against Waldron, Indiana Deaf and Trinity Lutheran. Muck finished first in the event.
Despite giving itself a chance in the fourth inning to do some damage, the Morristown softball team never put together enough offense and fell to Mid-Hoosier Conference rival North Decatur, 8-2.
Indiana high schools will retain their enrollment numbers from the most recent two-year period and will not realign or reclassify schools for one year, the Indiana High School Athletic Association announced over the weekend.
Benny Thompson was brilliant on the pitcher’s mound in Wednesday’s baseball season opener at Hauser, as Thompson threw a no-hitter to lead Golden Bears Varsity past Hauser 10-0.
A Shelbyville alum continues to climb up the record books at Southern Illinois as local athletes start to compete outdoors now that warmer weather is arriving.
Following a game in which it was shut out and nearly no-hit, the Franklin College softball team found its offense in a big way in the second of a doubleheader this week.