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The Princeton Community boys basketball team hosted 87 incoming students in grades K-8 for this year’s camp. Pictured are members of the current team and coaching staff assisting campers Wednesday on both the floor level and upper level of Tiger Arena.

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The 166th Annual Gibson County Fair gets underway in less than a month…this year’s edition will take place from July 10-16…listed are some of the events I am looking forward to seeing…these events promise to be a ‘grand’ time for everyone…come on out and support the efforts of all participat…

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Fresh from playing in a national tournament following his Indiana high school state tourney 12th-place finish that brought him All-State honors, Peyton Blackard now focuses on another state tournament.

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EVANSVILLE — In a basketball career she remembers starting “as a kindergartner or first grader in biddy ball,” Meredith Raley looks forward to her tallest challenge.

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PRINCETON — Following a 10-7 defeat Monday at the hands of Funkhouser, the Post 25 American Legion team sought a quick turnaround against Eugene Pate (Post 265) in a rematch of a game played June 15 at Evansville Central. Pate won that game, 10-7. This time around it would be much more of a …

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The Wood Memorial boys basketball team is pictured with representatives from MFA Oil. They include, standing, far left: Chris Tynes, regional manager and standing, far right: Steve Shepherd, Oakland City manager following the program receiving a grant for Vertimax equipment.

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The MFA Oil Foundation has awarded a grant to Wood Memorial High School to assist with the purchase of Vertimax V8 Raptor athletic equipment. The MFA Oil Foundation provides support to nonprofit organizations that are working to improve communities where MFA Oil has a significant concentrati…

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Wood Memorial’s Wil Morton puts up a floater in the Trojans’ scrimmage Monday at Tecumseh.

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As the defense gets ready, Post 25 pitcher Landen Johnson delivers a pitch to the Funkhouser batter in the American Legion game Monday at Gil Hodges Field.

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PRINCETON — Following a Saturday game in Newburgh against the Post 44 Junior team, the Princeton Post 25 American Legion baseball team returned home Monday night to take on Funkhouser Post 8 in Senior Legion play. Two triples, resulting in five Funkhouser runs, ended up being the difference …

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Peyton Blackard’s golf career will continue Tuesday and Wednesday when he plays in an American Junior Golf Association national tournament, after not advancing from United States Amateur Golf Association regional to national.

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HAUBSTADT — The Laufenfest’s 26th running proved that it is both a world event and heartwarming.

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Ted Thompson, 1991 Princeton Community High School graduate and member of both the PCHS and American Legion Post 25 baseball teams as a catcher, fell just short of his goal of becoming a state champion head coach Saturday as the Tecumseh Braves fell to the Lafayette Central Catholic Knights,…

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The Las Vegas Aces improved to a WNBA-leading 13-2 with a 96-95 come-from-behind victory Sunday over the Minnesota Lynx. Jackie shot 5-for-15 from the floor (4-for-12 from two, 1-for-3 from three) and 2-for-2 from the free throw line for a total of 13 points. She also collected four rebounds…

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A historic campaign for Gibson Southern boys golf, one in which two golfers qualified for the State Finals, highlights this year’s boys golf All-County team. The Titans also captured Gibson County and sectional championships this year, with the sectional crown being its first since 2008.

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