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Thursday, May 05, 2016
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  • From Linden to the 500
    BROWNSBURG – Larry Rice went from a small-town teacher to Co-Rookie of the Year at the 1978 Indianapolis 500, alongside Rick Mears. And now he has a plaque honoring his memory as part of the Indiana Racing Memorial Association’s celebration of Indiana’s bicentennial year.
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  • SOFTBALL: Chargers vault to first victory
    LINDEN – Joy Shirar’s homerun gave the Chargers just the boost they needed in their 9-4 win over Clinton Central to give them their first ‘W’ of the year.
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  • C’ville girls tennis

    CRAWFORDSVILLE 4, FOUNTAIN CENTRAL 1

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  • They're often running
    All eyes gaze southward Saturday to Louisville, Kentucky for the 142nd running of The Kentucky Derby. The 1.25 mile race for three-year-old Thoroughbreds is the premier equine event in the nation. The Kentucky Derby consistently ranks in the Top 15 of all sporting events in the world.
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  • Brennan named to 2016 All-NCAC Men's Lacrosse Team
    Collin Brennan has been named to the 2016 All-North Coast Athletic Conference Men's Lacrosse Team as an honorable mention selection by the league coaches.
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  • BASEBALL: Athenians stay unbeaten in SAC
    Crawfordsville looked to continue their seven-game winning streak, and stay atop the Sagamore Conference, Tuesday evening by playing host to Danville. The Athenians struck for four first inning runs and never looked back in a 5-1 win.
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  • BASEBALL: Tigers deal Chargers first SAC loss
    LINDEN – Three Lebanon pitchers combined to scatter six North Montgomery hits, and Caleb Myers ignited the Tigers' bats with a third inning home run off of starting ace Mitch Merica, to hand both he and the Sagamore Athletic Conference leading Chargers their first conference loss of the season.
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  • BASEBALL: Southmont baseball shutout by Frankfort ace
    NEW MARKET – The Southmont baseball team was putting runners on Tuesday against Sagamore Athletic Conference foe Frankfort, but they couldn’t get the big hit they needed. Frankfort, on the other hand, chipped away the victory 6-0 for their second SAC win.
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  • SOFTBALL: Mounties drops heartbreaker to Frankfort
    NEW MARKET – Hits were abundant in Southmont softball’s match up with Frankfort Tuesday. Frankfort’s 14 hits put the Hot Dogs just above the Mounties’ 12 hits and secured them the 9-7 victory.
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  • C’ville girls tennis

    CRAWFORDSVILLE 5, WESTERN BOONE 0

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  • Senior day marred by doubleheader loss to Denison
    Wabash seniors David Oliger, Christian Vukas, and KJ Zelenika were honored at Goodrich Ballpark Tuesday afternoon for their four-year contibutions to the Little Giants' baseball program.
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  • SOFTBALL: Mounties fall in extras
    LIZTON – Southmont was looking to stay in contention for a conference title as they made the trip to Tri-West Monday. However, the Mounties couldn’t carry their early momentum as they fell to Tri-West 4-3 in nine innings.
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  • C’ville Boys Golf

    CRAWFORDSVILLE 173, TURKEY RUN 198

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  • Night of Wizardry at South
    The Harlem Wizards came to Southmont high school last night for a fundraiser for the athletic department.
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  • Larry Rice to be honored
    Linden native Larry Rice will be honored with a historical marker by the Indiana Racing Memorial Association on Wednesday, May 4 at 2 p.m. The unveiling will take place in Brownsburg at the southwest corner of State Road 267 and Interstate 74, just north of the Bob Evans Restaurant.
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