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  • By Todd Aaron Golden Tribune-Star Danville, Ill.

The interstate battle between Terre Haute South and Danville not only promised to feature two very good teams – the Braves are 17-6 and the Vikings are 24-2 – but also a battle of future Missouri Valley Conference players in South’s De’Avion Washington and Danville’s Kendle Moore. Washington is playing at Indiana State and Moore at Drake.

  • By Craig Pearson Tribune-Star • Linton

After draining 13 3-pointers on Tuesday against West Vigo, the Miners are approaching 200 3-pointers this season, blowing by their previous school record. The Miners are also accurate, hitting 38 percent as a team going into tonight

s game against rival Sullivan.

The Engineers take a Division III-leading 36-game home winning streak into the HCAC Tournament. The Engineers take on No. 4-seed Hanover tonight at 6:30 p.m. The Engineers want to make sure they extend that mark to 38 so they can make a return trip to the NCAA Tournament.

  • By Adler Ingalsbe Tribune-Star correspondent • Casey, Ill.

The postseason is unlike any regular season game; the stage is bigger, the lights are brighter and the pressure is ratcheted up with the known fact that the winner moves on and the loser

s season ends.


The Sycamores held off Evansville to earn a 58-53 victory at Hulman Center that allowed ISU to sweep the season series against their in-state rivals.

  • Tribune-Star staff report

Rose-Hulman swept the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Men's and Women's Coach of the Year awards, and senior Gabi Razma was named Most Outstanding Field Athlete to highlight the Engineer indoor track and field all-league award winners released Wednesday.

  • By Mike DeFabo | CNHI Sports Indiana

Bodies collided and the whistle blew. Purdue junior forward Grady Eifert sprawled on the ground, entangled with Fairfield’s Wassef Methani. The two players looked up at the referee for a sign. The man in stripes put one hand behind his head and pointed emphatically toward the opposite end of the court. Charge.

  • By John Austin CNHI State Reporter

 HUNTSVILLE, TEXAS — Bela Karolyi glanced at visitors outside the green metal fence separating the former USA Gymnastics training center from the uninvited, then sped away on his four-wheeler ATV. 

Host Terre Haute South opened its Senior Night high school basketball game Tuesday night by scoring the game's first eight points, and looked then and at a couple of other times during the game that it was ready to pull away.

  • By Adler Ingalsbe Tribune-Star correspondent • Linton

Linton's hot shooting led the Miners to a 76-41 boys high school basketball victory over West Vigo on Tuesday night.

  • By George Bremer | CNHI Sports Indiana

The most important info from the Colts' second Town Hall Meeting with season ticket members on Tuesday came via tape delay. From California.

  • By Adler Ingalsbe Tribune-Star correspondent • Casey, Ill.

Marshall rallied from a 14-point first-half deficit to beat Cumberland 69-64 Monday night and reach the semfinals of the 2A Casey boys high school regional basketball tournament.

  • By Janie McCauley Associated Press • Mesa, Ariz.

Anthony Rizzo

s parents were among the first homeowners in Parkland, Florida. The Chicago Cubs first baseman has watched his tight-knit community grow and change dramatically. He remembers as a boy when there were no stoplights in town to the four there are now.

  • By Terry Hutchens | CNHI Sports Indiana

There are several reasons why Indiana is in the midst of a season-high four-game winning streak.

  • By Mike DeFabo | CNHI Sports Indiana

The losses have piled up for Purdue — three in a row on the Boilers’ record. And then, during Saturday’s practice, one more from its starting lineup.

  • Tribune-Star staff report • Anderson

Rose-Hulman track and field teams swept the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference indoor championships Saturday at Anderson, the second time in school history the Engineers have accomplished that feat.

Indiana high school basketball fans advocating for seeded sectionals will enjoy the results of the Class 4A Terre Haute South Sectional pairings drawn Sunday by the Indiana High School Athletic Association.

  • Tribune-Star staff report • Peoria, Ill.

Indiana State's women rallied from a 15-point second-quarter deficit to win 74-70 at Bradley on Sunday, maintaining their hold on fifth place in the Missouri Valley Conference standings and bettering their MVC win total from last year.

  • By Will Graves Associated Press • Pyeongchang, South Korea

Nick Goepper of Lawrenceburg, Indiana, won the silver medal Sunday in slopestyle skiing at the 2018 Winter Olympics to add to the bronze he won in the 2014 Olympics.

  • By Adler Ingalsbe Tribune-Star correspondent


s no secret every high school basketball team strives to win each game on its schedule, but there might be a handful or so that are circled in red marker at the beginning of the season. Senior Night is one of those.

Nathan Sommer had the Vigo County highlight of the day in high school boys swimming Saturday afternoon at the Avon Sectional, and nearly put the icing on the cake for his Terre Haute North teammates.

  • Tribune-Star staff report • North Manchester

Regardless of the division, college basketball this season has proven one thing: anything can happen. The Rose-Hulman men's basketball team captured a share of the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference regular season title and earned the No. 1seed in next week's conference tournament, which will now be played at Rose-Hulman in Hulbert Arena.

  • By Terry Hutchens | CNHI Sports Indiana

Archie Miller has said on numerous occasions in his 28-game career as the Indiana basketball coach that he had been waiting for Robert Johnson to have one of those "can’t miss" type of nights shooting the ball.

  • By Ralph D. Russo Associated Press

Buoyed by a turnaround season, Purdue bucked a trend in college football by increasing attendance by more 13,000 fans per game in 2017

and, in the process, banked an extra $2.5 million in revenue compared to 2016.

ISU is allowing 82 points-per-game during the skid, up from its season average of 74. Coach Greg Lansing's Sycamores will get a visit tonight from a Southern Illinois team that has won seven of its past eight games and shot 52 percent in defeating the Sycamores 82-77 in SIU Arena three weeks ago. That was a fifth straight win in the series for the Salukis.

Clay City missed its first eight field-goal attempts of the fourth quarter, enabling Northview to pull ahead and win 64-53 in a boys high school basketball game that was tied after three quarters Friday night.