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Conner cheerleading climbs to top

A team of Conner High School student-athletes overcame adversity and persevered all the way to a state championship last year. While it may have flown under the radar, the competitive cheerleading championship means a great deal to the Cougars and the Conner community. 504 more words

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Milford girls relay team broke 8-year-old record

MILFORD – The Milford High School girls soccer team has been more beneficial to the school’s girls track team than most people probably realize.

Coach Tracy Adams has made a habit in recent years of plucking a couple soccer players and having them run track. 399 more words

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10 things to know about NCAA baseball regionals

BRUINS ARE BACK

UCLA won its first national championship in 2013, only to stumble to a losing record last season as the injury bug bit the Bruins hard. 544 more words

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Gaynor chooses prep route, Scotland Performance, Dowling

As good as Colen Gaynor was in his senior season with the Parkside Rams on the basketball court this year and as much as he shines on the AAU circuit, he doesn’t suffer from an inability to see when there are things he can improve about his game. 1,018 more words

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Beech Grove names new girls basketball coach

Beech Grove has hired Kristin Raker as its new girls basketball coach.

Raker, a 2008 Perry Meridian grad, played at Morehead State before transferring to Division II Southern Indiana where she was a two-year starter. 66 more words

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Craig Mullins, coach at Georgetown, Morehead, dies at 45

Craig Mullins, a Northern Kentucky native and former Boone County standout quarterback who spent the past two football seasons as Morehead State’s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, lost his battle with cancer on Monday morning. 385 more words

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Baseball roundup: MTCS, Eagleville win in 9-A tourney

MURFREESBORO – Parker Bates went 3-for-4 with two doubles and two RBIs to lead MTCS to an 8-4 win over Fayetteville Friday night at Joe Baron Field to open the District 9-A tournament. 325 more words

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