TERRE HAUTE — IU Columbus had three men and three women compete in Friday night’s Cross Country Town Twilight at the LaVern Gibson Championship Cross Country Course, and all six runners ran personal records.
BEDFORD — Jennings County finished second and Columbus East sixth in both the boys and girls sides at Saturday’s Hoosier Hills Conference cross-country meet.
NORTH VERNON — Jennings County closed the girls soccer regular season with a 2-0 Hoosier Hills Conference loss to Jeffersonville on Saturday morning.
It took until late in the second set of the No. 2 singles match for Columbus North to drop a game Friday, but that would be the only one the Bull Dogs would surrender all afternoon.
Whatever hope Columbus North may have had when it scored to cut to come within a touchdown Friday night were dashed in a Bloomington South blitzkreig.
Columbus East got nothing going on offense for the second week in a row.
Montana has held a big part of my heart for the past 20 years. I moved there soon after graduating from college in the early 2000s. Life circumstances took me away, back to the Midwest. I have only returned to visit three times. Not nearly enough. The luck of the draw has finally smiled on me, and after 18 years of applying, I drew a coveted Montana moose tag. By the time you read this, I’ll be headed deep into the wilderness west of Glacier National Park on the greatest hunt of my life.
Ricky Thornton Jr. of Martinsville regained the lead from Hudson O’Neal with 18 laps remaining and then pulled away to win the richest race in Brownstown Speedway history by scoring the victory in the $30,000-to-win 44th Annual Jackson 100 on Sept. 23. The top two in the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Championship Points put on a fierce battle for the lead in front of a packed house at the Jackson County Fairgrounds oval.
NOBLESVILLE — Columbus Christian went the distance Friday in picking up a 25-16, 23-25, 25-23, 14-25, 15-6 volleyball win at Legacy Christian.