The Slicker Graphics Super Late Models were on hand for the running of the 39th Hoosier Dirt Classic on May 14 at Brownstown Speedway, paying $3000 to win.
Many across the southern portion of the Midwest have already hung up their turkey vest for the year, but up north and out west, gobblers are still raising hunters’ heartrates. Open water fishing has cranked up across the board. Walleyes in Iowa, smallmouth in Ohio and Sturgeon in Minnesota are just a few examples of the great diversity of angling opportunity the Midwest offers. If you’re looking for a challenge this month, and want to make the most of your long Memorial Day Weekend, then here are some options for an epic adventure at the end of the great month of May.
BLOOMINGTON — Ali Patberg is staying in Bloomington, but this time in a different role.
After getting rained out of their first-round boys tennis sectional match on Wednesday, Columbus North was hoping to get in its opening-round match with Columbus East, as well as the semifinals on Thursday.
HOPE — During Thrusday night’s softball game between Class A No. 2 Hauser and Class 4A No. 6 Columbus North, money was raised to help Bull Dog assistant coach Steve Norman, Columbus’ deputy chief of police and the father of senior Lucy Norman. He was injured in an accident May 10 in Indianapolis and faces a long road to recovery.
BOYS TRACK AND FIELD
The big prize for the Columbus North boys track team lies a couple weeks in the future, and the first step in putting itself in position for that prize comes today on the Bull Dogs’ home track.