Eastern football assured of a non-losing season PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Tuesday, 19 October 2010 00:00

The Eastern Musketeers made history one more time Friday as they defeated visiting Eastern Greene 52-16.
For the first time in the Musketeers history they are assured of not finishing the year with a losing record. They enter sectional play with a 5-4 record. A loss would end the year for them with a .500 record and a win would insure the first winning season ever.
No matter what happens next week against Lawrenceburg, EHS Head Coach John Dablow is pleased with his team’s performance in his second season.
“ I am just so proud of the players, coaches and the fans,” he said. “The players have worked so hard and I am happy to be a part of it.”   
Dablow took over the program that won just one time in 20 games. The Musketeers showed instant improvement in his first year posting a 3-7 record and playing several additional opponents closer than intially expected.
Then this year, they’ve won all the games they were supposed to and besides a late lapse in the game against Brownstown and dismal performance against West Washington, Eastern has played at a higher level.
That higher level of play continued Friday against the visiting Thunderbirds.
Josh Freeman started the game for Eastern when he intercepted a pass and took it to the house. The Musketeers added the PAT and led 7-0.
The Musketeer advantage grew to 13-0 with 5:35 remaining in the first quarter when they scored off a 47-yard touchdown run by Jash Higdon.
Neither team managed much offense in the second quarter until Eastern’s Ryan Tandy scored on a 30-yard  touchdown. The Musketeers converted the try for two and led 21-0.
Eastern continued to put points on the board and the game ended with Dablow getting his first Gatorade shower.
While the scene on the field after the win was a celebration, Dablow was still thinking like a coach and pointed to his team’s nine turnovers as a concern heading into sectional play.
“Even though we were up big in the throughout the game, we cannot make the silly mistakes that we did tonight,” he said. “We had too many turnovers!”
Ryan Tandy finished with 230 yards of Eastern’s 438 total.
Information for this story was gathered by Ryan Watson.


Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 October 2010 10:56
Washington County Happenings PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 19 October 2010 00:00

Humane Society yard sale
A yard sale to benefit the Humane Society of Washington County will be held at the Washington County Fairgrounds., Salem, on Friday and Saturday, October 29 and October 30.  The sale will begin at 8 am and end at 3pm.   Contact the Humane Society at 883-3673.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 October 2010 10:59
CMS cross country competes in Mid Southern Conference meet PDF Print E-mail
Written by Janna Ross   
Tuesday, 19 October 2010 00:00


Charlestown Middle School girls cross country team came in fifth place in the Mid Southern Conference out of 15 schools.
Whitney Andrews won a medal running in sixth place with the time of 12:40. Also, setting a personal best time were: Alysha Flaget, running 12th with the time of 13:16, Kaitlynn Henning placed came in 22nd at 13:54 and Samantha Snodgrass, 43rd with the time of 15:44. Also running was Molly Sumner who came in 53rd at 18:16, Josh Hurley, 32nd at 12:32, Konnar Heil, 43rd at 14:43 and Jacob McCoy, 63rd at 20:01.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 October 2010 11:02
New Tech High School is preparing today’s students for tomorrow’s future in the workforce PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marcus Amos   
Tuesday, 19 October 2010 00:00


Students entering Scottsburg High School as freshmen in the 2010-2011 school year had the opportunity to enroll in Scottsburg New Tech High School.

The New Tech concept was started in Napa, CA., in 1986 to create an educational environment that would produce successful students for the real world. There are currently eight in Indiana and a great number nation-wide. Next year, 10 other Indiana schools will be joining the New Tech network.


New Tech stresses a student-centered learning environment. In New Tech, students help create an environment of trust, respect and responsibility. They share a role in governing the school and are expected to take ownership of their school and their learning.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 October 2010 11:07
Scottsburg band heading to semi-state PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Tuesday, 19 October 2010 00:00

The Scottsburg Band of Warriors participated in Regional Competition on Saturday, October 16, at Center Grove High School. The band received a “Gold” rating and is a Semi-State competitor as well.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 October 2010 11:08
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