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EVANSVILLE — Lincoln's boys and girls swimming teams opened their seasons Tuesday by splitting a double-dual meet with Evansville North and Evansville Harrison.

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POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. — The Vincennes University women were closer in their basketball rematch with Three Rivers, but the host Raiders overcame a third-quarter deficit in an 78-70 victory Tuesday.

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Xander Hunt's dynamic playmaking was a major reason that Lincoln's third football season in the Southern Indiana Athletic Conference was it's best, and on Tuesday, the Alices' junior was rewarded by the league's coaches, as he was voted the SIAC Player of the Year.

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The Vincennes University men start to get in the bulk of their Region 24 basketball season, taking on a pair of Illinois region foes this week.

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FORT BRANCH — Lincoln's girls sparred well with Class 3A No. 8 Gibson Southern for a quarter, but after that the Alices ran out of counterpunches.

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Two former Vincennes University players, Oscar Evans and Dennis Goins, will be inducted into the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame next March along with a group of Hoosier stars including James Blackmon, Sr. (Marion), Brian Evans (Terre Haute South), Eric Montross (Lawrence North) and Brad Ste…

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BICKNELL — Reserve Madison McCory scored a season-high 15 points, and Alex McKinley tallied all 12 of her points in North Knox's dominant second half as the Class 2A No. 3 Lady Warriors steamrolled North Central, 64-39, Monday.

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TERRE HAUTE — It was the first time the South Knox boys played at Rose-Hulman, but after Saturday's basketball performance in the Gobbler Classic, Dylan Maeder should ask for a return trip.

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BRIDGEPORT, Ill. — Olney popped Lawrenceville for 16 unanswered points spanning the middle two periods, and the Indians never recovered as the Tigers claimed the championship in the Lawrence County Capital Classic for the second straight season with a 48-42 boys basketball win on Saturday at…

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Class 3A No. 5 Corydon Central held Lincoln's top scorer Ari Gerkin to seven points, and the Alices had little luck getting scoring from elsewhere as the visiting Panthers cruised to a 50-27 girls basketball win at Adams Coliseum on Saturday.

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LAWRENCEVILLE, Ill. — The scoreboard didn't show it in the Lawrence County Capital Classic on Friday, but Red Hill's boys found a basketball style of play that will work for them.

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In cross country terms, White River Valley's boys showed off a finishing kick that North Knox didn't possess Wednesday in the basketball season opener.

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SULLIVAN — Dakota Candler scored 16 points, Sam Singleton 15 and South Knox took out early-season tormentor Sullivan, 63-48, in its boys basketball season opener Wednesday.

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Lexi Frey was Rivet's only double-figure scorer with 14 points, but all 12 who played scored for the Class A No. 9 Patriots, who had their Blue Chip Conference girls basketball sewn up by halftime in a 59-29 decision over Washington Catholic on Wednesday at Holscher Gym.

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Lincoln boasts a larger roster than North Knox, but youth will be on display for both the Alices and Warriors when their wrestling squads hit the mat Saturday at the Lincoln Invitational.

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McLEANSBORO, Ill. — Wayne City's Greenlea Vaughan scored seven of her 11 points in the final period to give her team separation from Lawrenceville for a 24-15 girls basketball win in the Lady Foxes Thanksgiving Tournament on Tuesday.

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CENTRALIA, Ill. — Micahel Osei-Bonsu was an unstoppable force inside, and the No. 8 Vincennes University men pushed away from Kaskaskia in the last 12 minutes for a 70-56 Region 24 basketball win.

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Mount Vernon used a 16-point first-quarter run to sprint away from Rivet, and the youthful Patriots never recovered as the Wildcats roared to a 64-18 victory in a boys basketball season opener at Holscher Gym on Tuesday.

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WASHINGTON — Lincoln's Ari Gerkin scored 14 of her game-high 21 points in the second half, and Gracie Kramer knocked in four of the Alices' season-high nine 3-pointers as they pulled away late to deal Washington a 59-43 girls basketball defeat Tuesday at the Hatchet House.

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BICKNELL — Brynna Collins led North Knox with 18 points and nine steals, and the Class 2A No. 3 Warriors dominated Evansville Christian in the middle two quarters to pick up a 63-41 girls basketball win on Tuesday.

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LINTON — South Knox's girls nearly went the entire second quarter without scoring, and undefeated Linton grabbed the lead it didn't give up in a 52-40 basketball win Tuesday.

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Nya Dame capped off an impressive opening quarter with a half-court shot at the buzzer on Monday, and the freshman finished with a career-high 21 points as Class A No. 9 Rivet topped Shoals, 66-36, for a Blue Chip Conference girls basketball win at Holscher Gym.

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BRIDGEPORT, Ill. — Cisne more than doubled Red Hill's score in the first quarter, and the Runnin' Lions never let up in dealing the Salukis a 81-43 boys basketball defeat in their opener Monday.

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Nya Dame capped off an impressive opening quarter with a half-court shot at the buzzer on Monday, and the freshman finished with a career-high 21 points as Class A No. 9 Rivet topped Shoals, 66-36, for a Blue Chip Conference girls basketball win at Holscher Gym.

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The Vincennes University men's basketball team is learning that making a living defeating ranked Division II teams is a tough buck.

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BICKNELL — It was a forgettable third quarter for North Knox against Bloomfield on Saturday, but the Class 2A No. 6 Warriors did enough in the other three stanzas to easily turn back the Cardinals, 61-35, for a girls basketball win.

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Cherrelle Newsom scored a season-high 22 points, and the Vincennes University women's pressure defense limited Malcolm X to nine second-quarter points in their 96-70 basketball victory Friday at the P.E. Complex.

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Ari Gerkin pumped in a career-high 26 points, and Lincoln did little wrong in the first half on its way to a 55-25 girls basketball win over Terre Haute South on Thursday at Alice Arena.

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