INDIANAPOLIS -- In the next few weeks, the Indiana High School Athletic Association will unveil its fall sporting state tournament pairings.
PRINCETON — Though it wasn’t pretty at times, Princeton Community picked up its first victory of the 2020 last week with their 34-18 victory over Phalen Leadership Academy.
HUNTINGBURG — Southern Indiana football fans have become accustomed to tough matchups between Gibson Southern and Southridge, with the two teams traditionally facing off in week nine to prepare each other for the impending postseason.
WASHINGTON — It took everything the Titans had, but they narrowly managed to remain unbeaten on Tuesday night.
BRADENTON, Fla. — Jackie Young and the Las Vegas Aces swung the No. 1 seed in their favor on the final night of the WNBA season.
FORT BRANCH — Gibson Southern junior Hillary Humbaugh saved some of her best golf for last, as Humbaugh earned medalist honors in Gibson Southern’s match against Jasper on Monday.
PRINCETON — Princeton Community had some opportunities late, but Mount Vernon withstood all the Tigers could throw their way on Monday night.
PRINCETON — Despite losing the first set, Princeton Community rallied back to defeat Pocket Athletic Conference foe Forest Park 3-1 (22-25, 25-19, 30-28 and 25-23) in a highly entertaining match between two evenly matched teams.
PRINCETON — Princeton Community High School Head Boys Soccer Coach Brad Woods had a variety of guys contribute in his team’s 5-1 victory over Wood Memorial on Saturday afternoon.
BOONVILLE — In a battle of a pair of Division I football commits and drastically different styles of play, Gibson Southern won out.
PRINCETON — Things began chivalrous on Friday night, but as the game between Princeton Community and Phalen Leadership Academy progressed, trash talk and scuffles ensued, tempers flared, and penalty flags became as commonplace as a tackle.
PRINCETON — 94 minutes of soccer evidently wasn’t enough for either Princeton Community or Pike Central on Thursday night at the Princeton Community High School soccer complex.
PRINCETON — Even though Princeton Head Football Coach Jared Maners’ group enters week four winless, Maners has been encouraged by his group’s efforts thus far.
EVANSVILLE — Though the Lady Tigers fought admirably, they fell just shy on Wednesday night, as Evansville Mater Dei defeated Princeton (17-25, 17-25, 17-25) for a straight sets victory in non-conference action.
FORT BRANCH — Despite a strong first-set effort by Gibson Southern, Evansville Reitz managed to defeat the Lady Titans in straight sets (26-24, 25-16, 25-20) on Tuesday night at Gibson Southern High School.