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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…

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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.

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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.

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MOUNT VERNON — Five Gibson Southern grapplers finished with a pair of wins, but overall it was not the day Titans’ coach D.G. Asay was hoping for out of his team.

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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.

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OAKLAND CITY — Washington Catholic proved to be just the right prescription for the Wood Memorial boys’ basketball team Friday night.

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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.

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LYNNVILLE — The Gibson Southern boys and girls’ swimming team came away with a pair of wins in the pool over the weekend.

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OAKLAND CITY — They overcame an 18-0 run and a 38-21 late-first-half deficit with a 12-0 run took leads eight times the second half, but Oakland City University basketball women were outplayed the last three minutes as visiting Grace Christian won 79-75 Saturday afternoon in the Johnson Center.

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LYNNVILLE — For the third time in as many games, the Gibson Southern girls’ basketball team was faced with a road challenge. And for the third straight game, the Lady Titans passed the test.

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Because players in other threesomes were cited for a rule violation, Peyton Blackard had to settle for a 10th-place tie recently in the Junior Honda Golf Classic on the Fazio Course in Palm Beach, Fla.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Bobby Cox, Commissioner of the Indiana High School Athletic Association, Inc. since 2011, announced to the IHSAA Executive Committee his intention to retire effective August 1, 2020. Cox’s announcement came this morning as part of the group’s January meeting.

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PRINCETON — When people think about Princeton, Jackie Young is often the first thought — and rightfully so. The 2016 PCHS grad, who went on to win a national championship at the University of Notre Dame and last spring ended up being the No. 1 selection in the Women’s NBA, is often referred …

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PRINCETON — Despite a lopsided loss Tuesday night, Princeton Community High School wrestling coach Jake Barclay was pleased with what he saw from his youthful team.

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With school back in session, and several county tournaments taking place, there were many opportunities for players from all over the state to stand out. Week-10 provided as many quality performances as any week so far this season, and 2020 seems to have gotten off to a great start.

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MOUNT CARMEL (Ill.) — Though the rivalry lost some if its luster with the folding of the Big Eight Conference, Tuesday night affirmed the rivalry between Mount Carmel and Princeton is still alive and well.

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FORT BRANCH — Vincennes Lincoln basketball men stepped up their aggressiveness the second half and took this one away from Gibson Southern.

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