Not rain, nor gusting winds, nor ankle deep forty degree mud, nor visiting Panthers could slow the Pirates Friday night, hosting the Corydon (4-3 overall and 3-2 Mid Southern Conference) in the Bone Yard. The Pirates racked up 458 yards of offensive Friday night, while holding the highly touted Corydon tandem of Kopp and Buck to just 235 yards of total offense. Panther junior runningback Austin Kopp came into the contest averaging near 220 rushing yards per game, and was held to 111 yards (including a 69 yard break away touchdown run) by the Pirate Defense.
Governor Pence joins local officials to break ground on Heavy-Haul Road
Governor Mike Pence recently joined Mayors Bob Hall of Charlestown and Mike Moore of Jeffersonville, as well as officials from the River Ridge Commerce Center and the Port of Indiana-Jeffersonville to break ground on phase one of the multi-phase transportation corridor project, which when completed, will link the River Ridge Commerce Center and the Port of Indiana-Jeffersonville.
Local boy scout finishes Eagle Scout project at Little Union Cemetery
“I cannot believe the support we have received from boy scouts in the last several months. This is the third Eagle Scout project the Cemetery Commission has benefited from just this year,” stated David Abbott, President of the Clark County Cemetery Commission. “We are beyond grateful for the support we have received. I want to take this time to thank Luke and his volunteers for their interest in Little Union Cemetery.”
Saturday night, January 23, the Henryville Hornet boys hosted rival Borden Braves for what would be a barn burner on a cold night; ah, Indiana basketball in January. In true dramatic fashion the Hornets pulled out to a nice lead to see it come down to the wire at the end winning 43-42 with a last second three.