EHS Soil Judging team striking new ground PDF Print E-mail

East Washington High School’s FFA Soil Judging teams walked away from the Indiana State Soil Judging competition last month with two of the top five spots -  a first for Eastern’s program. The high marks are an impressive looking feat on paper, but  it was simply one more step in what’s been a remarkable journey for these teenage soil judges this year.

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Jalen McCoy named Player of the Week PDF Print E-mail

Bryant McIntosh made multiple big plays in helping Greensburg capture the Indiana Class 3A state championship, and the Pirates junior headlines this week’s IBCA/Subway Player of the Week recipients.

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Local Girl Scout Reaches Gold PDF Print E-mail

The Kentuckiana Girl Scout Council is preparing to honor a local Senior Girl Scout, Nicollette Barreras, on May 11, with the completion of her Girl Scout Gold Award Project.  This is the highest award given in Girl Scouts.  The Gold Award is held in the highest regard in the same manner as the prestigious Boy Scout Eagle Award.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 April 2013 08:48
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Nash says Weatherford is more than an assistant coach PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Tuesday, 26 March 2013 00:00

Winning a state championship will bring out a number of different emotions. That was true for Borden’s Doc Nash.
Two questions brought emotions to the surface for Borden’s head coach.

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Lynch receives Trester Mental Attitude Award PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Tuesday, 26 March 2013 00:00

Winning a state title is enough to make anyone’s year, but for Borden senior Michael Lynch it was a day filled with double the excitement.
Not only did he play 26 minutes in his team’s win in the state champion over Triton, he played very well. Besides the success on the court, Lynch was also awarded the Trester Mental Attitude Award.

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