The 2021 track season saw several Gibson County natives set program records, win sectional and regional titles and earn state meet berths.
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It didn’t finish like it began, but recent Wood Memorial graduate Paxton Schwomeyer will always look back appreciatively on his state golf tournament experience.
Princeton legend Jackie Young helped lead the Las Vegas Aces to their fourth straight victory Tuesday by scoring 11 points in a 100-78 win at home over the New York Liberty.
After a 22-4 regular season and share of the Pocket Athletic Conference title with an 11-1 conference record, six Gibson Southern Lady Titans made the All-Conference first team.
Due to Gibson Southern’s 5-2 regional loss to Bedford-North Lawrence in the recently ended softball season, returning and incoming Lady Titans are getting what Coach Gary May wanted.
Newly hired Oakland City University Men’s Basketball coach Ken French has landed a pair of commitments since Sunday as he continues to assemble his 2021-22 roster.
After a year away from the diamond due to COVID-19 knocking out the 2020 season, high school baseball returned to Gibson County in 2021 and saw all three local teams make strides.
MONTGOMERY — “This feels great! I’m so excited I could jump in the lake!” Paxton Schwomeyer exclaimed Thursday at 4:48 p.m. CDT.
After COVID-19 knocked out the 2020 Indiana High School Softball season, the girls of spring were back on the diamond in 2021 and in Gibson County, several players put together standout seasons.
Longtime Gibson Southern head softball coach Gary May will be inducted into the Indiana Coaches of Girls’ Sports Association Hall of Fame after being selected for induction last Friday.
HAUBSTADT — When Tri-State Speedway public address announcer Allan Beck said Kyle Cummins “is to be known as The Hoosier Bandit,” he drew disagreement in the other wing of the press box.
Gibson County was well represented at the IHSAA Girls State Track meet at Ben Davis High School in Indianapolis Saturday.
The Princeton Community Lady Tigers Track and Field team held their annual award banquet Thursday to celebrate a season head coach Derek Archer described as “special.”