County swimmers shine at Age Group State
If the last three days are any indication, the future of swimming in Johnson County is extremely bright.
DOWN THE MIDDLE
In most cases, being a two-sport athlete gives far more than it takes.
Softball season preview
The coaching bug is a hard one to shake.
College notebook: Rees doing her part for UIndy softball
The University of Indianapolis softball squad won five of its first six games at the Spring Games tournament with senior catcher Lexy Rees, a Greenwood graduate, accounting for six hits, including a triple and two doubles. Junior teammate Dominique Proctor had five hits, driving in six runs.
Brandon Butler: Outdoor industry flush with job opportunities
Too many adults go to work every day wishing they had a different job. Sportsmen, who spend their days dreaming about being on the water or in the woods, toil in hospitals, factories, sales jobs and on construction sites wishing they could make a living in the outdoor industry. Most write off the idea as too far-fetched, but it’s really not.
Local sports roundup: March 17
Utterback, Vermont open NCAA play at UConn
There are far less daunting environments for a women’s basketball team to open NCAA tournament play than Storrs, Connecticut.
Local sports roundup: March 16
Boys swimming and diving: All-County team
Seeded 12th in both the 100-yard butterfly and the 500 freestyle heading into this season’s state meet at the IU Natatorium, Sam Smith had no doubt that he was ready to move up into a top-eight position.
Girls track and field season preview
The unlikely combination of a global pandemic and an untimely injury joined in delaying Brooke Coffman’s postseason debut.