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The most surprising score of the boys high school basketball season in the Wabash Valley so far? That's an easy one: Terre Haute North 66, Linton 36 in the championship game of the First Financial Wabash Valley Classic on Dec. 29.

Terre Haute North's boys placed second as a team and Vigo County had three event winners Monday at the Conference Indiana high school swimming and diving championships at Bloomington North.

At least a third of the high school girls basketball players in Vigo County will be happy for a couple of days next week as a result of sectional pairings drawn Sunday by the Indiana High School Athletic Association.

During the duration of its previous four-game losing skid, the Terre Haute South High School boys basketball team has had opportunities that could have put an end to it.

The Terre Haute North boys’ basketball team provided a highlight reel of offense Friday night in the team’s 102-61 homecoming win over Clay City. The team dominated the visiting Eels in nearly every aspect of the game and Patriot coach Todd Woelfe sa

Cloverdale claimed its first ever outright girls high school basketball conference championship fashion Friday night in a dramatic come-from behind double-overtime victory over Northview.

As high school athletic directors frantically scramble their weekend schedules in hopes of accurately predicting the consequences of this weekend’s snow event, the results — so far, anyway — leave some interesting conference games Friday in boys basketball.basketball.

Eleven days is a long time off in between games. Having that much time off with a three-game losing streak and having a pair of games slip away late during that stretch? Well, that can make it feel like an eternity.

Paris and Olney will meet tonight at Newton for the championship of the Little Illini Tourney in girls high school basketball as a result of semifinal contests played late Tuesday.

Heading into Christmas with a dismal 0-6 record, the Terre Haute North High School boys basketball season was looking quite grim.

Terre Haute South has captured "The Hammer" — a traveling wrestling trophy which goes to the high school that wins the annual dual meet between the Braves and Terre Haute North — nine times out of the previous 11 years, including the last two.

Saint Mary-of-the-Woods cross country and track & field coach Zach Whitkanack has announced the addition of Elyse Hunger to the 2019-20 incoming recruiting class.

Northview High School's girls soccer team was recognized earlier this week as one of 167 high school and college teams nationwide to receive the Team Ethics and Sportsmanship Award from the United Soccer Coaches.

The Terre Haute North-Terre Haute South rivalry has always had a tendency to spotlight unexpected heroes and Friday night's boys basketball game on Jim Jones Court had more of them than most.

When fans made their way to the ticket table just inside the doors of Sullivan High School Friday night, they knew what was on tap for the night.

West Vigo freshman Torie Buchanan is the girls state wrestling champion at 106 pounds, while Vigo County's other three competitors at Friday's state finals at Hamilton Heights all placed in the top four of their respective weight classes.

When Terre Haute North freshman Neveah Lauritzen came up with a thrilling come-from-behind anchor-leg swim to give the Patriots a victory by 0.39 of a second in the 200-yard freestyle relay Thursday night at the Vigo County Aquatic Center, it may not have seemed like a big deal.

Two weeks ago, Kenyon Sholty of Terre Haute South, Braden Edington of Terre Haute North and the Patriots themselves were celebrating coming-of-age parties at the First Financial Wabash Valley Classic. Sholty's Braves were too, for at least the first two nights of the tournament.

While South Vermillion High School wrestling coach Ron Stateler basked in the glory of capturing the team championship of its own invitational Saturday afternoon, he couldn't immediately break away from an interview to appear in group photos because he couldn't stop praising his 182-pound champion.

Two years in a row is not much of a streak. But Terre Haute North will gladly accept it in its annual dual meet against Terre Haute South in high school swimming that continues Thursday evening at the Vigo County Aquatic Center.

The Sullivan girls’ basketball team (11-7) proved too much for North Central (9-7) Tuesday night, winning the rivalry matchup 57-41.

Three veterans and one very precocious rookie will represent Vigo County on Friday at the girls state wrestling championships at Hamilton Heights High School.

Early on in the boys high school basketball season, Riverton Parke coach Mitch Simmons said the lumps his group was taking would make them better as the year unfolded.


You couldn't make this up. If it were the script for a Hollywood movie, it would be rejected as unrealistic. But Terre Haute North, entering the tournament as the only winless high school basketball team in the First Financial Wabash Valley Classic field, won the whole thing — by 30 points (66-36) over pre-tournament co-favorite Linton in Saturday night's championship game.

Marshall (12-4) put together a comeback effort to force overtime against Robinson (5-11) Saturday evening, winning the contest 68-59 and claiming fifth place in the First Financial Wabash Valley Classic. Marshall coach John Webber, who’s team trailed