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Softball Titans top PCHS despite Goforth 1-hitter

Softball Titans top PCHS despite Goforth 1-hitter

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BOONVILLE — “The last two days,” said Gibson Southern softball coach Gary May, “probably is the most nervous I’ve been the last two years.”

Wednesday sports highlights

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Their seasons ended Wednesday night for Princeton Community baseball and softball teams despite sparkling pitching performances that were similar.

Tuesday sports highlights

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Wilzbacher, Nate Niederhaus top athletes

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Tuesday’s Princeton Community High School spring sports awards assembly became a triple for Lacey Wilzbacher.

Tennis Lady Titans win reset sectional

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Gibson Southern girls’ tennis history merged with Princeton Community sports history Monday as Haley Decker and her teammates beat Wood Memori…

Thursday sports highlights

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Princeton Community trackmen won the team championship of their own sectional Thursday night, while, a short sprint to the south, Gibson South…

Oaks lose Thursday game

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Six-foot-eight, 215-pound Luke Campbell proved too much Thursday afternoon for Oakland City University baseball men.

Tuesday sports highlights

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Jordan growth leads to track, and VU scholarship

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FORT BRANCH — Makayla Jordan started playing basketball in fourth grade, and within a year she realized she had changed.

Monday sports highlights

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Postponements made Monday an empty day on Gibson County playing fields and courts, but off-the-field events made news. Blake Maurer resigned a…

Track girls looking past regional

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What track and field girls have worked toward the past several weeks, and thought of for a year, they’ll try to start in Tuesday’s 5 p.m. Prin…

Thursday sports highlights

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Princeton Community trackmen, with sophomore JaVon Wilkerson winning one event and placing second in two others, became Big Eight Conference c…

Softball Titans, Tigers draw each other

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Gibson Southern or Princeton Community will play in Boonville’s class 3A sectional softball championship game, a year after the Lady Titans be…

Wednesday sports highlights

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Princeton Community grad Kennedy Christy impacted No. 15-seeded Wabash Valley’s 2-1 upset of No. 2 seeded Wallace State Community in Thursday …

Lady Titans tip tie in 6th to top the Lady Tigers

Lady Titans tip tie in 6th to top the Lady Tigers

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After Princeton Community softball girls got even when junior Katie Christy hit a two-run fifth-inning homer, Gibson Southern quickly answered.

Tuesday sports highlights

Tuesday sports highlights

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Gibson Southern track girls won a third straight Pocket Athletic Conference championship Tuesday night in Tell City by scoring 133 1/2 points …

Monday sports highlights

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Gibson Southern tennis girls continued to make history Monday, beating visiting Forest Park 5-0 to wrap up a fifth straight Pocket Athletic Co…

Barton extends homer record on Senior Night

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Friday’s Senior Night salute to Gibson Southern softball girls was punctuated by Lora Barton’s extension of her school home run record, plus t…

Thursday sports highlights

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Another Gibson Southern softball home run record was set Thursday as the Lady Titans beat visiting Washington 18-0 in 4 1/2 innings.

Basketball draws Wilkins to Division 3 Earlham

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OAKLAND CITY — Opportunity to play your favorite sport makes NCAA Division III more attractive than athletic opportunity in Division I.

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  • Charles Bertis Hyneman

    PATOKA—Charles Bertis Hyneman 87, of Patoka, passed away Monday, May 25, 2015 at the Waters of Princeton. He was born June 1, 1927 in Mt. Olympus, to Bert and Lulu E. Steelman Hyneman, both of which precede. Charles was a life long area resident and on Dec. 22, 1950, in Princeton, he married Mary Eleanor Armstrong who preceded him on July 22, 2010.

  • Jerry B. Richardson

    OAKLAND CITY—Jerry B. Richardson 75 of Oakland City entered rest Tuesday May 26, 2015 at Select Specialty Hospital in Evansville.

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