FORTVILLE — Caolin Bair admitted he didn’t know anything when he went to his first practice.
YORKTOWN — Golfers from Mt. Vernon and New Palestine had stretches of strong play on the challenging Players Club at Woodland Trails course in Yorktown, site of Thursday’s Muncie Central Boys Golf Regional.
FORTVILLE — The surrounding cast may have been different, but Amhad Jarrard was right at home.
HANCOCK COUNTY — One team is hot.
FORTVILLE — The trash-talking started early.
HUNTINGBURG — Eastern Hancock had too many at ‘em balls.
NEW PALESTINE — The minutes after the game lingered on for New Palestine’s 11 baseball seniors, all exchanging hugs with each other and their coaches, none wanting to take the jersey off for one last time.
GREENFIELD — Hawk’s Tail of Greenfield not only has familiarity, it has been a place where the New Palestine Dragons have played some of their best golf this season.
BLOOMINGTON — Coach Bruce Kendall, in his 47th year as Mt. Vernon’s head boys track and field coach, couldn’t believe it.
BLOOMINGTON — The contingent of Hancock County competitors at Friday’s IHSAA Girls State Track and Field Finals may have been small, but their performances at the Robert C. Haugh Track and Field Complex on the campus of Indiana University were huge.