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If IHSAA allowed Fantasy Football amongst its amateur players, whoever would have had Cameron Tilly on their team most certainly would have won this week.

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Boonville’s Johnathon Pulling attempts to tackle North Knox’s Mason Lyons.

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Hotman Doades of North Knox attempts to pull in a touchdown pass over the top of Boonville’s Marques Ballard.

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Holtman Doades of North Knox celebrates a second quarter touchdown.

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Perhaps some of the Class A schools from the northern part of the state should send some scouts to Lynnville in the coming weeks to assess this year’s Braves volleyball squad — if last week’s match against county rival Boonville is any indication, Tecumseh should be considered a contender fo…

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The Castle Knights brought Bosse back down to earth. Or maybe it was just Castle needing to prove to themselves and the rest of the area that last week’s 21-14 loss to Mater Dei was a fluke.

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The Boonville Pioneers would take their volleyball squad to the west side of Evansville to play against the Mater Dei Wildcats at the Alles Athletic Center on Sept. 2. Boonville would lose this match in four sets by the scores of 25-15, 21-25, 25-9, 25-13.

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We’re already in Week 3, and all three Warrick County schools will have a road game this Friday. Here is a brief synopsis of each team and this week’s opponents.

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The Knights showed the rest of the SIAC that the hype surrounding the team wasn’t just chatter and that they will be a force this season.

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The 2021 version of Friday Night Lights is upon us. Each of the Warrick County schools will start the football season with a home game. Here’s who each will be facing with a brief preview on each game.

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The Newburgh Police Foundation is holding a golf scramble at Rolling Hills Country Club on Monday, July 5. The event is being held during the 4th of July weekend to benefit the Police Foundation and raise funds for its various causes with twenty-five teams slotted to participate in the golf …

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With summer underway and the school year over, most youth sports are wrapping up or done until the fall. But baseball is a summer sport, and on that note American Legion baseball is just getting underway. After the league’s unfortunate cancellation along with every other sport in the wake of…

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