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Monday, May 02, 2016

  • The Paper’s Athletes of the Week is published in Monday’s paper and will pick two athletes from each school for the previous week.
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  • Pitch, Hit & Run champions crowned
    DARLINGTON – North Montgomery Little League hosted their Inaugural Pitch, Hit and Run Friday evening at Old School Park in Darlington.  The competition consisted of players from North Montgomery and Southmont Little Leagues.
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  • Journey to County 1965

    HISTORY OF COAL CREEK CENTRAL, PART 3

    The Wingate bus had arrived safely at the Crawfordsville gym carrying four players, Tom McCormick, Chuck McKnight, Larry Lidester, Ray Potter and Don Hopper.  Tom McCormick related a story that could only happen in rural Indiana at tourney time.

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  • Legendary golfer Jack Nicklaus was quoted in Sports Illustrated saying "How many 22-year-olds ask anybody for advice?" He was impressed about the surprising trend of young PGA Tour players visiting him in search of tips.
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  • Less than a year after competing in the steeplechase at outdoor nationals, senior Adam Togami is poised for a return trip after posting the second-quickest time of the year at the GINA Relays at Hillsdale College Friday night.
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  • SOFTBALL: Mounties sweep WeBo in SAC play
    NEW MARKET – The skies cleared Friday. That was time enough for Southmont and Western Boone to settle their Sagamore Athletic Conference showdowns in a single twilight double-header.
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  • 4-30 ROUNDUP: Southmont baseball powers through two SAC wins

    South baseball

    SOUTHMONT 11, WESTERN BOONE 1 (Game 1)

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  • Fountain Central high school will be playing host to a youth sports camp May 31 to June 3 from 9 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.
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  • Herrmann's shutout provides Friday split with Denison
    Wabash College halted a nine-game losing streak on the baseball diamond Friday afternoon with a 6-0 win over Denison. The Little Giants dropped the first game of the conference doubleheader 7-3.
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  • Wabash to play for fifth after NCAC tennis loss to Oberlin
    Wabash opened the 2016 North Coast Athletic Conference Men's Tennis Tournament with a 5-2 loss to Oberlin, sending the Little Giants into the fifth-place match Saturday versus Allegheny.
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  • BASEBALL: Athenians win instant classic
    The Crawfordsville baseball team won a hard-earned game against Lebanon to stay undefeated in the conference Thursday night.
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  • BASEBALL: Chargers keep on rolling
    LINDEN – North Montgomery hosted Frankfort (3-7, 1-5 SAC) Thursday looking to stay atop the Sagamore Conference standings. The Chargers used good pitching from Jordan Lewis, another error free game, and pounded out nine hits, including three doubles, to extend their win streak to nine, and defeat the Hot Dogs 6-1.
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  • TRACK & FIELD: Relay teams battle at the Athenian Relays
    The three Montgomery County track & field teams along with North Putnam, Tri-County and Lebanon clashed at the Athenian Relays Thursday night. Here are the winners from each event:
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  • North girls tennis

    NORTH MONTGOMERY 5 FRANKFORT

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  • The Major League Baseball Pitch Hit and Run competition presented by Scotts Miracle-Gro Company is coming to the Old School Park in Darlington on Friday, April 29 at 5 p.m.
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