Warriorettes win 55-46 over County Rival Austin PDF Print E-mail

Scottsburg Correspondent
On Tuesday evening, November 22, the Warriorettes hit the road for the first time all season as they traveled to Austin for a game against the Austin Lady Eagles. Both teams were undefeated entering the game, and it was a much anticipated Mid-Southern Conference matchup.

Lady Eagles ‘rammed’ by Paoli’s Lady Rams 84-64 on November 18 PDF Print E-mail

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On Friday evening, November 18, the Austin Lady Eagles traveled to Paoli for their third game of the 2011-12 basketball season. After starting off with two wins, the ladies unfortunately could not continue the streak. The Eagles are no longer undefeated, as Paoli’s Lady Rams, ranked no. 11 in Class 2A, had the home court advantage and gave the no. 16 Lady Eagles their first loss 84-64. Losing the tip-off, the Lady Eagles couldn’t seem to a a hold on the game. Brenna Oeffinger made Austin’s first shot at 7:23 on the clock, and that was all the Eagles could do until Coach Jared Petersen called a time out three minutes later with the score at 10-2 Rams’ advantage.

L.I.F.E for Kids at SVS PDF Print E-mail

L.I.F.E for Kids is a weight management program offered by St. Vincent Hospital. Jackie Kramer, the program coordinator, shared that the program is for youth 2 to 18 years old. The program consists of 15 individual sessions over the course of a year. The program is not a “boot camp” with a drill sergeant but rather a welcoming place where kids can come to learn about healthy eating and exercise habits.

CCSO arrests two in tri-county burglary ring PDF Print E-mail

The Clark County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a couple whom are believed to be responsible for thefts and burglaries in a tri-county area, which includes Clark, Floyd, and Harrison Counties.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 30 November 2011 09:32
Braves draw first blood in win over EHS PDF Print E-mail

Terms describing sports rivalries as war or battles are usually over-exaggerated. But to say that the Borden-Eastern boys’ basketball game on Nov. 23 was a bloody affair, is an accurate statement.
With Borden in control early with a 6-2 lead, Musketeer senior Curtis Howard got a cut on his head that caused a 10-minute delay in action.

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