?County Soccer Club accepting players through February 15 PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 04 February 2009 00:00
?    The Scott County Soccer Club is accepting registrations until February 15 for the spring season.
    The club is actively seeking players who are interested in playing in an organized, competitive league.  The Scott County Soccer Club is for boys and girls ages six through 18 who would like to increase their playing ability on a competitive traveling team.  The club is open to any student from any school and is non-school affiliated.
    Registration forms are available on the club website at www.sc2soccer.org. Checks and registration forms can be mailed to the club registrar. Cost for registration is $50.
    New players must turn in an official copy of their birth certificates to register with the state association.
    Co-ed teams are divided into five age groups: U8, U10, U12, U15 and U19. If enough girls register, a separate girls’ team will be formed at the U15 level.
    Due to IHSAA guidelines, only six teammates from a high school team may be on a U19 team, so the club is looking for players from area schools to round out the team. Teams are open to all kids regardless of school affiliation. Birth dates will be used to determine team placement. Players must have turned six by July 31, 2008, and cannot have turned 19 before July 31, 2008, to be eligible to play.
    The Scott County Soccer Club is a member of the Indiana Youth Soccer Association and is in its ninth season of play. Coaches are trained by the state organization and have several years of experience coaching youth soccer. Organized  practices focus on age appropriate soccer skill training with emphasis on improving the players’ understanding of the game.
    Practices will begin in March.  Games will be played on weekends April through May. Traveling is involved in this club. Players are expected to attend two practices during the week and one or two games are played on the weekend.  Each team plays eight to ten games during the season.
    For more information about the Soccer Club, check out its website at  www.sc2soccer.org.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 February 2009 13:26
 
?Wrestling Warriors placed fifth in Sectional PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 04 February 2009 00:00
?   The Scottsburg Wrestling Team traveled to Jennings County for the IHSAA Sectionals and came away with 5 qualifiers (the most in school history) and placed 5th overall for their highest team finish since the sectionals were realigned.  Head Coach Tyson Skinner noted, “I was pleased with our team finish.  We placed third one year, but with the realignment several years ago our sectional is vastly improved and we are gaining ground on the top dogs in this sectional now.”
    Leading the way for the Warriors were Junior 152-pounder Tanner Howard as he dominated the 152-pounds division to claim his first sectional crown.  Howard opened the day with a technical fall victory over Baughn of Bedford North Lawrence, then pinned Owen of Seymour to advance to the finals.  “Howard wrestled extremely well today.  He is recovering nicely from a mid season injury and is almost back to top form.”
   Capturing third for the warriors were Juniors Sebastian Rodgers at 160-pounds, and Nick Henderson at 189-pounds and Senior Chris Chasteen at 171-pounds.  Both Chasteen and Henderson dropped semi-final matches to the eventual champion in their weight class, while Rodgers had a more controversial semi-final match.  In the first period Rodgers was accessed a 1 point penalty that ended up deciding the match as he lost 5-6 to Brierly of Columbus East.  “Sebastians match could of very easily went the other way.  He was struck across the face and made a comment to the official about it and was accessed the penalty.  You never talk to the officials while on the mat but it was a very obvious call the other way in my opinion that was missed to put it kindly.”  Skinner Continued, “ Nick and Chris both lost to talented wrestlers and wrestled well throughout the day.”
   Senior Will Stone returning from a season long injury battled to capture 4th at 215lbs.  “He has had a very tough year with his injury and his Dr. wasn’t sure he could go but he gutted it out and wrestled well most of the day.”
   Other placers for the Warriors were; Gage Kelly 5th at 103-pounds Stephen Gary 6th at 112-pounds, Coty Fink 5th at 125-pounds, Kris Sandlin 5th at 140 pounds, and Will Napier 5th at HWT.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 February 2009 13:28
 
?Scottsburg Warriors drop game against Madison Cubs 62-55 PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 04 February 2009 00:00
?    The Warriors traveled to Madison on January 9 looking to rebound off a frustrating loss to Seymour.
    Madison, at 2-6, hoped to play spoiler to Scottsburg’s momentum.  The two squads played each other close throughout the first half with Madison leading 33-29 at the break.  There was hope to be had for the Warriors, however, as sophomore guard Mason Gregory began to find his shooting stroke that had left him for a few games.
    The Cubs went on a run in the third quarter, outscoring Scottsburg 16 to 12.  They took a 49- 41 lead into the fourth quarter, knowing that the Warriors have outscored their opponents in the final period nearly every time this season. The 8-point lead was plenty for Madison, though, as they went on to win 62 to 55.
    The loss was described as frustrating for Scottsburg, as a few things bouncing their way could have easily won the game. One positive note in the game was the return of  Gregory to double figures with 19. A.J. Humes and Matt Bridgewater both had 12. Wynn led Madison with 28.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 February 2009 13:29
 
?Total of 12 charged over alleged underage drinking party on January 23 PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 04 February 2009 00:00
?    The count of people charged in connection with a recent alleged underage drinking party on Reeves Road near Lexington increased to 12 as of Monday, February 2.
    A tip was received by law enforcement authorities on Friday night, January 23, that a party for older teens was being held at the residence of Kellie J. Robbins, 38, just north of Kinderhook Road in Lexington Township.
    Reserve Deputy Mike Tscheulin drove by the residence and reported to Deputy Joe Guarneri that there were several vehicles parked at the home. Deputy Don Campbell then joined Deputy Guarneri, Reserve Deputy Tscheulin, Deputy Joe Johnson and Probation Officer Scott Pool on a check of the house.
    Robbins was found there as were several people, all ages 18 to 20. One 16-year-old was also taken into custody and released to his mother.
    Those charged on January 26 with illegal possession/consumption/transportation of alcohol in Scott Superior Court included: Brittany L. Engle, 18, Austin; Lakyn Boyd, 19, Austin; Lee David Arbuckle, 18, Underwood; William Cheatam, 20, Deridder, La.; and Phillip A. Bowling, 18, Scottsburg. All of those charges are Class C misdemeanors. Robbins was charged with ten counts of furnishing alcohol to a minor, all Class C misdemeanors.
    Two other individuals who were found at the “party,” Nathan L. Davis, 21, Scottsburg, and Richard C. Howard, 18, Scottsburg, were charged in Scott Superior Court with disorderly conduct on January 26. Those are Class B misdemeanors.
    On Monday, February 2, four more young people were charged with illegal possession/consumption/transportation of alcohol by a minor. They include Justin W. Cole-Fox, 19, Austin; Robert S. Vetter, 19, Scottsburg; Jasmine R. Howard, 20, Scottsburg; and Haley D. Pedigo, 20, Madison. Vetter is the son of Kellie Robbins and was listed as a resident at the Reeve Road address.
    All of those charged have entered not guilty pleas and were released after posting bails. Trial dates were assigned by Judge Nicholas South.
    In portable alcohol breath testing done at the site, subjects’ results ranged from .013 to .06 percent, the case report indicated. Containers of alcohol were found throughout the home, and several of those arrested were taken into custody as they tried to hide in various rooms of the residence.
    As he was arresting Robbins, Deputy Campbell stated that he tried to explain to the woman that she could not furnish alcohol to a person under age 21. He said that Robbins had apparently thought she could allow underage drinking because, as she related to the officer, all of the party-goers were “...staying there and not going anywhere.”
    Reserve Deputy Donnie Monroe and Indiana State Police Shannon Burton and Matt Marshall assisted at the site. A van was used by the Sheriff’s Department to transport all suspects to the Scott County Security Center in Scottsburg.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 February 2009 13:31
 
Prior offense notice filed against man in new case PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 04 February 2009 00:00
?    Among a number of charges filed against a Jeffersonville man in Scott Circuit Court was a Notice of Prior Offense.
Brice A. Wilson, 28, is charged with carrying a handgun without a license, receiving stolen property, possession of a controlled substance, attempted residential entry, possession of marijuana and public intoxication. The handgun offense is a Class C felony. Counts 2 to 4 are all Class D felonies. The marijuana and intoxication charges are misdemeanor offenses.
    The case developed against Wilson when Austin Patrolman Shawn Hurt was dispatched to an apartment in Village Court on January 22. Dispatchers had been told by a woman that her ex-boyfriend was attempting to break in.
The officer talked to Wilson’s companions, Wilson’s brother and the brother’s girlfriend, and they told him that Wilson had been residing with them for about a week. The couple said that Wilson had wanted to “go riding around,” the girlfriend saying she did not know that Wilson was going to his ex-girlfriend’s apartment.
    Joined by Sheriff’s Deputy Joe Johnson and Reserve Deputy Mike Tscheulin, Ptl. Hurt placed Wilson under arrest. A search of his person reportedly revealed a tube filled with what was identified as Lortabs, a Schedule 3 controlled substance. Deputy Johnson also noted Wilson was wearing a holster. A Kel-Tec 9 mm handgun was found by Res. Deputy Tscheulin under the car in which the brothers and girlfriend had arrived. Beer was seen in the car by the officers, the probable cause affidavit indicated.
    Wilson’s previous criminal history resulted in County Prosecutor Jason Mount filing a Notice of Prior Offense. His past convictions include charges of resisting law enforcement, forgery, handgun violation, carrying a handgun without a license and burglary dating from 1999 to 2007. The notice could increase any sentence Wilson may receive from the new charges filed against him.
    In his initial court appearance on January 26, Wilson pleaded not guilty to the offenses. Bail was fixed at $75,000 corporate surety or full cash, and a trial date of June 2 was scheduled.
    Wilson will be represented by a public defender.
    As of February 6, Wilson was listed as a resident at the Scott County Security Center in Scottsburg.
Last Updated on Thursday, 12 February 2009 13:23
 
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