Two young teams, but one is more experienced and that team won as Gibson Southern basketball girls took early control, repelled comeback tries and won 56-41 from Princeton Community Friday night in Tiger Arena.
MONTGOMERY -- Earlier than expected, Princeton Community basketball girls pressed and shot to a 51-35 Thursday night win over short handed Barr-Reeve, giving them a 4-0 record to take into Friday night's arch rival game vs. visiting Gibson Southern.
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. — New and old merged Wednesday night as Oakland City University basketball men were again taught the difference between Division I and Division II in their sport.
Vincennes Lincoln basketball girls are without their best player, but still an eye-opening Saturday night achievement for Gibson Southern girls.
The young Gibson Southern High School Lady Titan basketball team had a tall task in Tuesday night’s season opener at GSHS, hosting the Castle Lady Knights.
As they prepare to clash, head coaches Nick Hart of Gibson Southern and John Hurley of Evansville Memorial agree on what it’ll take to win Friday’s 7 p.m. 3A Sectional 32 football championship game on Jack Jewell Memorial Field.
The Wood Memorial High School football team had another chance to earn it's first victory of the season, but ultimately were over matched against a tough Tecumseh team in Friday night's sectional match up.
BROWN COUNTY -- The Princeton Community High school and Gibson Southern High School boys cross country teams traveled to Eagle Park to run in the IHSAA semi-state race hosted by Brown County.
After a slight injury in the cross country season, Princeton Community High School senior-to-be Justin Niederhaus didn’t let an injury stop him in the track and field season.
Despite doubts over the course of a decade, Wood Memorial High School Lady Trojans basketball head coach Johnnie Bartley made history.
In a press release, it was announced that Princeton standout and Notre Dame sophomore Jackie Young has accepted an invitation to the 2017 USA Basketball Women’s U23 National Team Training Camp.
The Princeton 11U Tigers baseball team traveled to the East/West District Championship tournament this week and needed one win over two contests to advance to the Final Four, but fell short both times.