No. 3 New Pal advances to title game with 35-0 win over No. 4...

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NEW PALESTINE — It had to be a big surprise to many.

Big plays key in Mt. Vernon’s 42-12 win over Beech Grove

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FORTVILLE — Mt. Vernon won for the fifth straight time and earned a spot in a sectional title game for the fourth time in the last five years with a 42-12 victory over Beech Grove at Mt. Vernon High School Friday.

Royals advance to championship with dominant win over Ritter

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INDIANAPOLIS — It wasn’t an exciting back-and-forth shootout like the week prior, it wasn’t against a familiar opponent, and it was all but over by halftime.

Marauders want to build depth to continue their success

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FORTVILLE — With four starters returning from a team that won its third straight sectional and the Hoosier Heritage Conference title, Mt. Vernon’s girls basketball team has a lot of key parts in place to make another run at a strong season.

Seven Hancock County runners to compete at state finals

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HANCOCK COUNTY — Area runners competing in Saturday’s IHSAA Boys and Girls Cross Country State Finals are hoping to benefit from course familiarity.

Leading the way: NP’s Canova is boys soccer athlete of the year

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NEW PALESTINE — The New Palestine boys soccer team has had the same, familiar face leading its offensive attack for the past three seasons — Elliott Canova.

No. 4 Cougars face No. 3 Dragons in Class 4A showdown

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HANCOCK COUNTY — Across the state, five of six IHSAA football classifications have head-to-head showdowns between top five teams.

Three Hancock County runners advance to girls cross country state finals

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SHELBYVILLE — Playing their version of “Follow the Leader” Hancock County schools qualified three runners to next week’s IHSAA Girls Cross Country State Finals at Terre Haute’s LaVern Gibson Championship Cross Country Course.

Teams just miss, but four county runners still advance to state

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SHELBYVILLE — Greenfield-Central and Mt. Vernon proved the entire regular season they were two of the better boys cross country teams in the state.

Cougars run game key in 27-17 sectional win over Arabians

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GREENFIELD — Of the three Hancock County teams in Class 4A IHSAA Sectional 22, it was Greenfield-Central who drew the toughest quarterfinal opponent.