Marauders bounce back with 54-48 win over Avon

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AVON — The Mt. Vernon boys basketball team has played a tough schedule, and everyone involved in the program knows that.

Cougars beat Royals on Senior Night; Holden gets 300th win

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GREENFIELD — A 300th coaching victory with seven victories for seven seniors on Senior Night made for a memorable evening for the Greenfield-Central boys wrestling program, even though the matches and the wins aren’t the things Cougars head coach Josh Holden remembers most in his 20 years of leading the G-C program.

New Pal wrestlers overpower LN; Glass has big win at 215

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NEW PALESTINE — With 10 wins in 14 matches, including eight pins and a major decision, there was a lot to be impressed with in the New Palestine boys wrestling team’s 55-18 Senior Night victory over Lawrence North Wednesday.

Comeback kids: Dragons erase 14-point deficit to defeat 2A Triton Central

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NEW PALESTINE — The New Palestine girls basketball team has been no stranger to the come-from-behind win this season.

Short-handed Royals lose pinfest to Eagles

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CHARLOTTESVILLE — In a dual meet where all contested matches ended with a fall, Eastern Hancock’s injury-riddled boys wrestling team was defeated 54-30 by Frankton on Senior Night at Eastern Hancock High School Tuesday.

Dragon gymnasts have close loss in opener

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New Palestine’s gymnastics team opened its season with a close loss at Connersville Tuesday.

High School Sports Schedule

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Wednesday, Jan. 10

Cougars are crowned conference champions for third straight year

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NEW PALESTINE — Entering the 2023-24 season, Greenfield-Central’s girls swimming and diving team knew it had the talent to reload rather than rebuild after losing a strong senior class.

Prep roundup: No. 2 Royals win convincingly over Union County

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Freshman Kenzie Koch led the team in scoring and senior Brooklyn Willis had a big night in Eastern Hancock’s girls basketball team’s 66-31 victory over visiting Union County Saturday.

Cougars 5th, Dragons 9th at state duals

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FRANKLIN — Indiana high school boys wrestlers will begin their quests for individual success when sectional tournaments begin later this month.