Warrick County football teams came out of week four with both wins and losses.
Beginning the day five strokes off the lead, Brandon Wu carded a bogey-free, final-round 7-under 65 on Sunday to come back and win the Korn Ferry Tour Championship presented by United Leasing & Finance at Victoria National Golf Course in Newburgh.
The winners of each flight of the Rolling Hills Country Club Ladies 18-hole Association Golf Champions are pictured (from left to right) Carol Garrett, Jennifer Jones, Lu Howerton, Janice Patton and Joyce Thomas. The Ladies 18-Hole Golf Association celebrated 60 years of playing last year.
The 14U Hotshots won the 14U “C” level USSSA Nationals on Saturday at Deaconess Sports Park. The C bracket tournament was hosted in Boonville. Hotshots players are Trista Browning of Evansville, Ashton Cox of Princeton, Patience Diephuis of Fort Branch, Caroline Kenworthy of Newburgh, Karsyn…
Encouraging their fans to stay safe and stay strong through these unprecedented times, Pacers Sports & Entertainment, the Pacers and the Fever have teamed with Ascension St. Vincent and Kroger to set up a 30-Day Wellness Challenge for children and adults.
Warrick County spring sports have come to a screeching halt as the Warrick County School Corporation has cancelled all school events and activities through Friday, April 3.
Getting the bye along with an upset certainly didn’t help Tecumseh in their game against North Posey in the Southridge sectional semi finals. The Braves (10-13) lost to the Vikings (14-11) for the second time this season by the final score of 60-31. North Posey had upset 12th ranked Mater De…
The Castle Knights saw their season come to an end in last Saturday’s sectional championship as they lost to the Reitz Panthers by the final score of 69-61 giving Reitz their first sectional since 2016.
Boonville’s final regular season game against the Southridge Raiders on Feb. 27 proved to be a summary of their entire season. The Pioneers (9-14) could have won more games, but they would go through stretches in some of their losses where they had trouble scoring or their opponents would go…
Boonville junior Braden Rollins made his way to the top of the podium in the IHSAA boys swimming state finals Saturday with first place finishes in the 50 yard freestyle and 100 yard freestyle races.