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FORT BRANCH — Gibson Southern High School Cross Country summer conditioning begins July 7, with athletes meeting at 6 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the high school through July 30.

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OAKLAND CITY — The National Christian College Athletic Association recently announced the 2019-20 Winter/Spring Scholar-Teams. To be eligible for the award, teams need a minimum grade point average of 3.40 on a 4.00 scale for all combined student-athletes on the team.

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MOUNT CARMEL, Ill. — Wabash Valley College Athletic Director Mike Carpenter Wednesday confirmed the resignation of WVC women’s basketball head coach Lacey Shalenko.

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OAKLAND CITY — The Oakland City University baseball season came to an abrupt end on the field. But in the classroom, which moved online for the second half of the term, the Mighty Oaks were able to finish the year strong.

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While playground equipment remains off limits to the public in stage 3 of Indiana’s COVID-19 precautions, local basketball and tennis courts opened to the public Friday. Princeton Aquatic Center and splash park open Saturday to the public at 50% capacity, with social distancing precautions i…

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EVANSVILLE — Gibson County is represented in the inaugural classes of the Indiana Sports Hall of Fame, according to organizer/founder Tim Turpin.

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The Pocket Athletic Conference voted unanimously Monday to recognize all senior spring sports student athletes in the conference for the 2020 season.

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OAKLAND CITY — Oakland City University named Andrew Lasher as the head coach of the Mighty Oaks baseball program.

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Despite the lack of a track season, some Tiger runners are still running every day. Senior Noah Glomski (left) will continue his running career at Vincennes University in the fall. At right, Cooper Clark is a junior looking forward to his senior year cross country season.

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