Lanesville ekes out 3-2 win over North Harrison in softball PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 13 May 2009 00:00
    The Lanesville Lady Eagles eked out a big 3-2 victory over the North Harrison Lady Cats at Lanesville Monday afternoon (May 4) in varsity softball action.
    In the most recent coaches’ poll, Lanesville was ranked no. 12 in Class 1A, and in Class 3A, North Harrison was ranked no. 15.
    Lanesville started off scoring in the bottom of the 1st inning, when Ashley Schoen hit a round trip solo shot over the left center field fence.
    North Harrison took a brief 2-1 lead in the top of the 2nd inning, when Sasha Grangier and Alyssa McAfee both singled safely for the Lady Cats. A bit later, Kristin Hoehn scored a North Harrison runner with a successful bunt. Then Lady Cats’ pitcher Courtney Crone scored another runner with a ground out.
    The Lady Eagles didn’t sit still in the bottom of the 2nd frame.
    Drawing a walk for the Lady Eagles was Elizabeth Sacasas, and Kari McCormick managed to single in a close play at first base.
    An error gave Sacasas a chance to score and tie the game up at 2-2, and Erin Dorgay later scored the winning run on a routine ground out.
    Neither team managed to score the remaining five innings of play.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 May 2009 12:22
Lanesville girls’ tennis wins 3-2 over Henryville PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 13 May 2009 00:00
    The Lanesville girls’ tennis squad won a 3-2 decision over the team from Henryville Thursday at the Lanesville courts.
    The match was not a Southern Athletic Conference match; the match between the two schools on April 15 was the official conference match. Incidentally, Lanesville won that match 3-2 as well.
    Caroline Turcotte, normally Lanesville’s no. 1 singles player, was ill, so instead LeAnne Myers played in the no. 1 position.
    Henryville’s Casey Guernsey defeated Myers at no. 1 singles, 7-6, 7-5.
    The line up was switched around at several other positions as well.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 May 2009 12:23
Borden drops 4-3 decision to CAI on road in baseball PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 13 May 2009 00:00
    Borden fell behind early in a game at Christian Academy Indiana (CAI) Tuesday, May 5, but mounted a comeback that ultimately fell short, and ended up losing 4-3 in a look at two Class 1A sectional opponents about three weeks before the sectional.
    CAI had scored lone runs in the bottom of the 1st and 3rd innings, but it wasn’t until the bottom of the 5th frame that the Warriors really did the damage to the Braves.
    CAI loaded the bases with one out, when two more CAI runs went across home plate.
    Borden answered with three runs in the top of the 6th inning.
    Kamm Thompson led off with a double, and then stole third base. Ethan Little then pop flied to first base for the first out. Drake Potts then singled in Thompson.
    Dylan Martin then hit a two-RBI home run to get the Braves within one run.
    As it turns out, they were unable to make it up, and the Warriors took the contest.
    Borden coach Brian Agnew was glad to see the team attempt to come back, but he wished it had been a little bit bigger come back.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 May 2009 12:20
Highland Hills Middle School Girls Track Team places first in Little Hoosier Hills Conference PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 13 May 2009 00:00
    Last week, the girls track team from Highland Hills Middle School hosted the Little Hoosier Hills Conference Track Meet against five other teams. It is with great pride and a huge congratulations that Coach Lamb announces that the girls won first place. The girls beat a strong Columbus Central team by 14 points. The girls team should be extremely proud as they went undefeated to conclude their season with an amazing record of 23 wins and 0 losses. Coaches of the team were Robka Lamb, Steve Bush, Edlisa Lessig and Alan Roederer.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 May 2009 12:26
Those seeking gun permits urged to use web system PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 13 May 2009 00:00
    Residents of Scott County and in surrounding counties in Southern Indiana who want to apply for an Indiana Firearms Permit can now start that process by using their home computers.
    Scott County law enforcement agencies will now accept gun permit applications via computer which gun owners are urged to begin by visiting the website at before they visit a police department. At that website, applicants must follow the link under the Firearms Licensing tab.
    The process is easy. Each applicant can now begin his application from home by using an Internet-connected computer. To continue the application process, the applicant then visits his local police department or sheriff's department, depending on his legal address. Local and county police agencies have access to the licensing process and are now able to complete the process. They will access the application on-line and obtain fingerprints, fees and all signatures required. Additionally, law enforcement agencies can provide feedback on the status of applications or existing permits through the new system.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 May 2009 12:27
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