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Gibson Southern senior Cross Epperson has decided to continue his academic and running career at the University of Indianapolis. Epperson, who will compete on both the cross country and track and field teams, will be a preferred walk-on at U of Indy in the fall. Epperson plans to have an off…

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MIDDLETOWN, Ohio — The River States Conference is pleased to announce that Oakland City University has been approved as a provisional member of the conference. The announcement comes after approval from the RSC Council of Presidents. Pending Oakland City’s reinstatement to the NAIA, the Migh…

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Current high school sports officials, as well as individuals interested in joining the officiating ranks, will be able to access online education courses on the NFHS Learning Center for free through July 1.

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OAKLAND CITY — A group of golfers enjoy the weather Thursday afternoon at the Oakland City Golf Club. Despite the number of positive cases of the coronavirus growing across the state and the country, most golf courses are still open to the public. While open, the Oakland City GC is adhering …

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A romance that began in seventh grade, and continued through athletic careers at Gibson Southern and Oakland City University, will result in marriage,

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Not even the Summer Olympics could withstand the force of the coronavirus. After weeks of hedging, the IOC took the unprecedented step of postponing the world's biggest sporting event, a global extravaganza that's been cemented into the calendar for more than a century.

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It was not quite the record-breaking season from a season ago, but the Gibson Southern wrestling team once again found much success on the mats this winter.

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March Madness took on another meaning for everyone in the sports world last week — a week like none other in the history of organized sports with the acceleration of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the United States.

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INDIANAPOLIS — John Neidig, who has enjoyed a 34-year career in secondary education and athletic administration, has been named by the executive committee as the next commissioner of the Indiana High School Athletic Association.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Following today’s directive by Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb that all Indiana schools will be closed until May 1, the Indiana High School Athletic Association announces that this year’s IHSAA boys basketball state tournament is officially cancelled.

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It will be called the Kentucky Derby, but, make no mistake, the race that will be run Sept. 5 at Churchill Downs will be entirely different from the roseate affairs of the past. A large crowd will mill about for much of the day, some of the young men smoking expensive cigars, if only because…

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