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Woodrow hangs on to knock off No. 5 Patriots
What was supposed to be a pitchers duel turned into anything but Wednesday at Woodrow Wilson High School, but there was not shortage of drama in the Class AAA baseball showdown between No. 8 Woodrow Wilson and No. 5 George Washington.
- Local roundup: Indy beats Liberty 15-5, 10-0 in doubleheader
ROUNDUP: Indy overpowers Woodrow 20-12
Independence scored 14 runs in the first two innings and went on to defeat Woodrow Wilson in a wild slugfest 20-12 in Coal City.
Shady tags out Cougars
Jordan Meadows did what a leadoff hitter is supposed to do. He got on base and impacted the game once he got there.
Westside softball starting to make noise
Westside’s softball team is beginning to make some noise.
Local roundup: Big day for Hedinger as Warriors drill Bobcats
Christian Hedinger smacked a home run, two doubles, drove in four runs and set two school records to lead Wyoming East past Summers County Monday 19-3 in five innings.
Panthers look for post-beach success
A trip to the beach usually means relaxation and the need for extra sunscreen.
Greenbrier East is on a roll
Spring break proved quite profitable for Greenbrier East’s baseball team.
- LOCAL ROUNDUP: Spartans win Spring Break Wooden Bat Classic
St. Joe’s Lewis named 2014 High School Coach of the Year
Huntington St. Joseph girls basketball coach Shannon Lewis has made a habit of celebrating success in Charleston over the last few years.
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- Woodrow hangs on to knock off No. 5 Patriots