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Many months of hard work paid off when the Castle High School Archery Team sealed first place at the 2016 Indiana NASP (National Archery in the Schools Program) State Tournament in Indianapolis. More than 2,000 elementary, middle school and high school archery enthusiasts converged at the In…

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At the state competition this weekend, the Castle boys swim team finished in 10th place. Jake Heidecker finished fifth in the 200 freestyle, while the 400 freestyle relay team finished seventh.

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With Jack Nunge injured, the Knights lost against Jeffersonville on Friday with the score, 69-40. This week they begin sectionals, facing Central on Tuesday at 7 p.m.

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At Castle High School, show choir isn’t only for the artsy students or the students who have had dancing and singing lessons since infancy.

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After Castle High School’s home game on Friday night, students revealed how much money they raised for Riley Children’s Hospital. Students held fundraisers throughout the year to raise money, and on Friday they hosted their dance marathon, where they revealed $37,430.50 as the total amount d…

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The Castle Knights crushed Henderson County High School on Friday night with the score 71-33. This Friday the Knights take on Jeffersonville at home for their last game of the regular season. For the first round of sectionals, Castle faces Central on March 1.

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After qualifying for state on Feb. 6 at sectionals, the Castle girls swim team traveled to Indianapolis to compete for swimming state on Saturday. With nine swimmers, Castle placed 20th with 22 points, and Whitney Brown finished 8th with a time of 57.20 in the 100 yard backstroke. In the 200…

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At the IHSAA wrestling semi-state at the Ford Center on Saturday, nine of Castle’s wrestlers competed. Of those nine, three advanced to the state finals tournament: freshman Devon Casebolt (106), sophomore Baxter Annakin (113) and senior Austin Ramsey (138). The Knights finished semi-state i…

  • By Laura Acchiardo - sports@warricknews.com
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At the girls swimming sectional on Saturday, Castle came away with first place, with several placing first in their categories. Boonville earned fourth place, with Jordan Grimes finishing third in the 100 backstroke and fifth in the 50 freestyle, breaking her own school record with a time of 24.86.

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At the wrestling sectional at Castle High School on Saturday, CHS, Boonville High School and Tecumseh competed. CHS placed first overall, crowning nine individual champs: Devon Casebolt (106), Baxter Annakin (113), Neal Bealmear (120), Carson Willis (126), Braedon Clopton (132), Austin Ramse…

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The Castle girls and boys swim teams placed first in the SIAC tournament on Saturday. The girls team took the championship with 559 points, while the boys won with 448. Memorial landed in second with 448 points and 392 points. On Saturday, Feb. 6, Castle hosts swimming sectionals at 1 p.m.