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Monday, January 23, 2017

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  • Arrows win at White River Valley

    Arrows win at White River Valley


    By: B.J. Hargis

    Sullivan pushed its record to 9-6 after a 75-42 victory over host White River Valley in a high school boys basketball game on Saturday night.“It was a good game for us,” Sullivan coach Jeff Moore told the media after the game. “Everybody got a chance to play.“Trevor (Magill) and Mason (Dean) brought a lot of energy off the bench in the second period. Trevor was all over the boards, getting putbacks.”Moore said they forced WRV into several turnovers, but thought t...

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  • Sullivan wrestlers place ninth at WIC

    Sullivan wrestlers place ninth at WIC


    By: B.J. Hargis

    ELLETTSVILLE — Sullivan placed ninth out of 12 teams at the annual Western Indiana Conference wrestling championship, which took place on Saturday at Edgewood High School.The host Mustangs repeated as WIC champs with 244.5 points.Sullivan had a total of 57 points.“We’ve had better days,” said Sullivan coach Roy Monroe. “Things just did not work out very well for us today as a team.“It has been a struggle all year and it was again today.”Tanner Hancock...

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  • Lady Arrows lose crossover game

    Lady Arrows lose crossover game


    By: B.J. Hargis

    Sullivan scored 24 points in the fourth quarter, but it turned out to be too little too late as the Lady Arrows fell to Indian Creek 56-49 in the Western Indiana Conference girls basketball crossover game at Sullivan on Friday night.The Lady Braves, who entered with a 3-2 conference record and finished third in the East Division of the WIC, limited Sullivan to 14 points in the first half as they went on and captured fifth place.“We have to be able to put together four quarters,” s...

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  • North Central boys drop two

    North Central boys drop two


    By: Times staff

    North Central’s boys basketball team lost two games over the weekend.On Friday night, they led 7-2 in the opening quarter, but host Riverton Parke scored the final 11 points of the period on their way to a 68-27 victory.Kenny Jones made three 3-pointers and tallied 11 points for the T-birds (0-15).On Saturday at North Vermillion, Chase Wisely scored nine points in a 67-31 loss. Jones added eight points.The Thunderbirds will host Bloomfield on Friday for homecomingFriday NORTH CENTRAL (2...

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  • Ladybirds lose in overtime

    Ladybirds lose in overtime


    By: B.J. Hargis

    North Central rallied to force overtime, but lost to host North Vermillion 49-42 in a non-conference high school girls basketball game on Saturday night.North Central, who lost 62-27 at Riverton Parke on Wednesday, scored five points in the final 16 seconds of regulation to tie the game at 37-all and force OT.“We had a great second-half comeback,” said North Central coach Joey Davidson. “The girls didn’t give up. We just came up a little short in overtime.”The La...

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  • Lady Bulldogs extend winning streak

    Lady Bulldogs extend winning streak


    By: Times staff

    The Dugger Union girls basketball team pushed its winning streak to 10 after two victories over the weekend.On Friday night, the Lady Bulldogs (12-2) defeated host Living Water Home School 39-24.At home on Saturday night, Grace Holdeman scored 36 points for Lighthouse Christian of Bloomington, but the Lady Bulldogs won 62-45.The Lady Bulldogs jumped out to leads of 17-6 and 30-10 over Living Water.Kayla Rhoton, Rainy Kinnard and Madison Marlow each grabbed five rebounds for the winners.Autumn...

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  • Bulldogs pick up third victory

    Bulldogs pick up third victory


    By: B.J. Hargis

    The Dugger Union boys basketball team split two games over the weekend, earning its third victory of the season.On Friday night, host Living Water Home School rallied to defeated the Bulldogs 54-48.At home on Saturday night, Dugger Union (3-15) defeated Lighthouse Christian of Bloomington 47-37.“We had a good game, but let a lead slip away at the end,” Dugger Union coach Jim Stringer said of letting a 40-39 lead after three quarters slip away.“We got a good come from behind...

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