Northview's Jenny Lundy poured in 24 points and Mackenzie Barger added 14 but Northview came up short Wednesday at White River Valley in girls high school basketball action by a score of 58-56.
This past summer was a busy one for first-year Indiana State women's basketball coach Vicki Hall and her staff — Quacy Barnes-Timmons, Roman Tubner and Luke Scheidecker.
It was bound to happen. For years after debuting in 1995-96, the Rose-Hulman women's basketball program struggled. That meant the institute's men's basketball teams generally earned a brighter spotlight ... until the past three years when the female Engineers posted a combined record of 71-12 and received two NCAA Division III tournament berths.
Indiana State shot an amazing 70 percent from the field in the fourth quarter and outscored host Saint Louis by more than double in that final frame to overcome a 11-point fourth quarter deficit for a 60-56 win over the Billikens at Chaifetz Arena Tuesday.
The Tigers did that Monday, which led to a 62-point opening night victory, and proceeded to carry it into the opening game of the third annual North American Lighting Thanksgiving tournament hosted by Paris High School with a 59-31 victory over Terre Haute North after scoring the first 24 points of the game.
Indiana State freshman Blake Brinkmeyer is thrilled to be on the court with any minutes at this point in the season, especially considering the 6-foot-9 big man is ahead of a timetable that projected him to not be on the floor for several more weeks after suffering a partially-torn patellar tendon injury that required surgery.
Paris had a close first quarter of girls high school basketball against visiting Cumberland on Monday in the season opener for both teams, but allowed just eight points over the last three quarters in rolling to an 81-19 victory.
Victorious in their season opener last week, Indiana State's women face a different kind of college basketball test tonight when they visit Chaifetz Arena for a 5:30 p.m. matchup with Saint Louis University.
Indiana State's four-game football winning streak and 28-23 win Saturday over previously ranked Illinois State has paid off with its first top-25 ranking in two years as the Sycamores checked in at No. 24 in the American Football Coaches Association poll.
Indiana State's Katrell Moss was named Missouri Valley Football Conference Defensive Player of the Week for the second straight week, the conference announced Sunday.
Shooting 56 percent for the game from 3-point range, Terre Haute South raced to a 10-point first-quarter lead over highly regarded Castle in high school girls basketball Saturday at Newburgh.
Saint Mary-of-the-Woods stayed alive with a fourth-set victory Saturday afternoon, but eventually fell 25-17, 25-15, 21-25, 25-22 to Florida National to finish in a familiar spot in the USCAA national volleyball championship.
Rose-Hulman honored 22 seniors and scored touchdowns on its first seven possessions Saturday to capture a 70-6 victory over Earlham in the 2018 Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference football finale for both schools at Cook Stadium.
Indiana State's Akis Medrano has received one of the four Great Lakes Region at-large bids and will represent the Sycamores next Saturday at the NCAA Cross Country Championships at Madison, Wis.
Our Vigo County Commissioner, Judy Anderson, was all smiles and glowed with pride while telling me about her niece, Allyson Buffo. Allyson is an extreme lady of the outdoors and lives in God’s country, Parke County!
The 2018-19 Wabash Valley High School Travel League is off and running with an ambitious 22-week schedule this school year, with eight area high school teams competing in two divisions.
Two teams with a lot to play for meet at 1 p.m. today at Memorial Stadium, with Illinois State providing the opposition for Indiana State's last home game of the 2018 season. The Sycamores come into the game with a 5-4 record and a three-game winning
Hoo-Hoo-Hoo Hoosiers. For the next 24 hours, ISU senior Akis Medrano is not only a college cross country runner, but he's an Indiana University cheerleader following the Great Lakes Regional at LaVern Gibson Championship Course.
Sophomore Genesis Castro hit three of her 10 3-point baskets (in 13 attempts) as the home team jumped out to a 21-5 first-quarter lead and was never threatened on its way to a 59-43 high school basketball victory.
The West Vigo girls’ basketball team dominated White River Valley in nearly every aspect of the game Thursday night as the Vikings cruised to a 45-36 in their 2018 home opener.
Indiana State has an NCAA Championship hopeful on the men's and women's team going into today's NCAA Great Lakes Regional at LaVern Gibson Championship Course.
The North Central rushing attack heads into the school's first regional game tonight at North Vermillion as the Indiana leader in rushing yards per game, according to www.maxpreps.com, at 389.3 yards per game.
Generally speaking, when an athletic team is assigned to a tournament to face the host school in its first game, it's not a good sign. Rose-Hulman's volleyball team plans to defy that conventional wisdom at 8 p.m. Friday at Rome, Ga., when the Engineers face Berry in the last of four first-round NCAA Division III Tournament matches at the eight-team Berry Regional.
Sisson, from a continued love of swimming, led her to competing year around for the Terre Haute Torpedoes, which she has done for several seasons. This required many miles for the family driving back and forth from Marshall to Terre Haute and sometimes required a little extra time for early morning practices. A 7 a.m. practice means arriving to the pool 6 a.m. Central Time.
Indiana State women's basketball started the second half on a 20-3 run to pick up a season-opening 62-53 victory in coach Vicki Hall's debut.
So long as Indiana State’s men’s basketball team could match Ball State grind-for-grind as far as defense was concerned? The Sycamores were able to go toe-to-toe with the Cardinals. That was born in a halftime deadlockMaintaining that defensive inten
With just under 30 seconds left in the first half of girls high school basketball action at Terre Haute South between West Vigo and the host Braves, Makayla Sweitzer put back a layup to cut the visitors’ deficit to seven points in a tightly-played first half.
According to Conference Indiana officials, Terre Haute South senior kicker Orian Roshel is believed to be the first female to earn all-league honors. Roshel, one of five Braves to earn first-team All-Conference Indiana honors, made 30 of 32 extra-point attempts and was 5 for 7 on field-goal attempts, with a long of 42 yards.
This Week's Circulars
- McAlister's Deli coming to Terre Haute
- Father in child-death case gets suspended sentence
- Mari Hulman George laid to rest
- Brohm, Fleck bring contrasting styles and personalities to the Big Ten
- '12 Under 40' honored: Young Wabash Valley leaders get their due
- Pedestrian dies after running into Third Street traffic
- Vigo County Jail Log: Nov. 9, 2018
- Vigo County schools urge parents/guardians to opt in to new text message system
- Valley cyclists serve as inspiration
- Still crazy after all these years