Bloomfield pulls away for 52-44 win
POSEYVILLE — Freshman Arianna Gerkin scored 12 of her career-high 15 points in the first half, and Class 2A honorable mention Rivet used a balanced scoring attack and finished strong to dismantle North Posey, 55-33, for a girls basketball win Saturday.
Despite COVID-19 limiting crowd numbers and forcing some teams to quarantine, girls basketball in Indiana is still moving along three weeks into the season, and the boys are set to tip off next week.
Due to uncertainties regarding the spread and protocols surrounding COVID-19, Rivet athletic director Jill Frey announced Thursday that the school has decided to cancel the Niehaus Lumber Holiday Classic girls basketball tournament this season.
South Knox's boys basketball team had its scrimmage opponent changed, while the girls rescheduled a pair of games, school athletic director Chris Lancaster announced Wednesday.
WASHINGTON — North Knox put three in double figures and ran away from Washington Catholic in the second half for a 53-25 Blue Chip Conference girls basketball win on Monday.
FORT DODGE, Iowa — Meagan Moreno ran to a third-place finish to lead the Vincennes University women's cross country team in the NJCAA Division I National Championship at Iowa Central on Saturday.
Rivet fell out of the top 10 with its season-opening loss on Saturday, but like Lincoln, the two city schools are still honorable mentions as the Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association poll revealed on Monday.
Based on the high standards set by the Rivet girls basketball program over the last 13 seasons, last year's 16-8 mark without any postseason hardware might be considered a disappointment to some.
Rivet is limiting attendance to parents and siblings of the participants for its boys and girls basketball games this season at Ralph Holscher Gym, due to COVID-19.
LINTON — North Knox's girls basketball team seemed to get a break when Linton's Vanessa Shafford miscalculated the time and took a shot beyond midcourt way before the first-quarter buzzer on Thursday.
COVID-19 continues to put on the full-court press, forcing Lincoln, Rivet, South Knox and North Knox to reconfigure who can attend their winter sports this season.
BICKNELL — Starting four guards, North Knox won't have a size advantage against most teams this season, but despite the disadvantage the Warriors still played even with Northeast Dubois for over a half on Tuesday.
WASHINGTON — South Knox's girls solved its slow start problem, but that was among the team's few bright spots as Class 3A honorable mention Washington riddled the Spartans, 62-33, in basketball Tuesday.
BICKNELL — Halftime was just 10 minutes, but North Knox's girls basketball team grew up a lot in that time frame Saturday against Class 3A honorable mention Washington.
BLOOMFIELD — Lexi Detweiler provided 24 points, but South Knox failed to find much scoring from anyone else, and the Class 2A honorable mention Spartans fell to Eastern Greene on Saturday, 47-37.
It's certainly up for debate which area sports team had the best fall season over the past few months. But what doesn't seem to be debatable is which school that team is likely coming from.
After a record-breaking season a year ago, it was easy to wonder how South Knox’s boys soccer team would fare in 2020 after graduating a strong senior class, which included five Sun-Commercial all-area selections and the bulk of the team’s goal scorers.
HOUSTON — Adam Schenk was under par for a brief period during the first round of the Houston Open, but a rough back nine faded the Vincennes golfer to a 5-over-par 75 on Thursday.
Lincoln's girls basketball team achieved new heights during the 10-year tenure of coach Travis Connor. Not only did the Alices improve their win total nearly every season under Connor, but they also won four consecutive sectionals for just the second time in school history, which accounts fo…
When shots aren't falling, it can be difficult to win games, but Class 2A honorable mention South Knox still found a way to grind one out in its girls basketball season opener on Tuesday.
Rivet reached the top 10, while Lincoln and South Knox received honorable mention status in the Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association basketball preseason poll released recently.
Lincoln's boys and girls soccer teams failed to gain much traction in their first season in the Southern Indiana Athletic Conference, and the Alices' squads were subsequently left out of the 24-player, all-conference teams, which were announced Tuesday.
Vincennes University's Meagan Moreno and Trenton Faulkner achieved individual championships, as the Trailblazers ninth-ranked women and 17th-ranked men both placed second in the Region 24 cross country meet on Saturday, hosted by VU at South Knox's Bob Swank Course.