LINCOLN CITY — When Gibson Southern traveled to Tell City earlier in the season for the Pocket Athletic Conference duals, they did not leave satisfied.
Earlier this week, the nation observed Martin Luther King Jr. Day for the 35th time. This annual remembrance of the civil rights leader and his remarkable efforts in the 1950s and 1960s to combat racism in the United States continues as one of the most significant days on the calendar every year.
The new year is really heating up, and last week provided several statistical outbursts throughout the state, as three of our winners surpassed 40 points in a game, one winner grabbed more than 20 rebounds in a game, and another winner shot 82% (14-17) from 3-point range. Even some of our ot…
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — Eli Manning is ending a 16-year NFL career that saw him recognized as a great quarterback, a leader, a solid citizen and the man who led the New York Giants back into prominence with two Super Bowl titles.
WASHINGTON — Twice Tuesday night, Gibson Southern basketball men were dominated by a team that next season will join them in the Pocket Athletic Conference.
Before the start of Wood Memorial’s boys basketball game against Washington Catholic, 1995 graduate Haley (Harris) Broadway was honored for being selected to the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame Silver Anniversary Team. During her playing days in a Trojans uniform, she set the Wood Memorial c…
For a second straight week there was a shakeup in the latest Class 3A girls basketball state rankings. Five of the Top 10 teams changed spots following last week’s slate of games.
A little more than two years ago, a pair of teams gambled on quarterbacks who had all kinds of potential but were far from a sure thing.
FORT BRANCH — With just over two minutes remaining in the game, Meredith Raley converted an old-fashioned three-point play to pull Gibson Southern even with visiting Washington.
FORT BRANCH — Though still shorthanded due to injury, and seven points short of Gibson Southern not quite three minutes into the third quarter, Princeton Community basketball men did what they could Friday night and thus put a damper on the host’s Winter Homecoming.
When Oakland City University enters the River States Conference next school year, the basketball Mighty Oaks will try to avenge a loss in which they were overtaken late Saturday afternoon.