Better late than never.
CONNERSVILLE — Connersville girls’ basketball had its second loss in a row on Saturday night against Mt. Vernon-Fortville. The deficit just kept going up, with the final score ending at 65-9.
CONNERSVILLE — After a big 48-27 win over Centerville on Friday night, the Lady Spartans got right back into it on Saturday in their home-opener as they took on Anderson.
Like other winter sports, Connersville’s wrestling team is having to approach the season differently than past years. COVID-19 restrictions have brought new challenges that will force the Spartans to learn to adapt to last-minute changes.
BROOKVILLE — The Lady Wildcats were outplayed by Waldron Academy on Wednesday night. The Lady Mohawks continued their winning streak, finishing the contest with a 66-38 victory.
Connersville boys basketball team will have their first scrimmage this Saturday at 1 p.m. on their home court against Hamilton Heights. The Spartans had a solid season last year, with a 14-11 record, but look to improve on that this season.
Connersville was meant to start their girls basketball season on November fifth, until COVID-19 contact tracing forced the team into a two week quarantine. With the team finally able to have practices again earlier this week, they look to start the season strong as they take on Centerville t…
BROOKVILLE — The Lady Wildcats dominated the court last Saturday night as they defeated Centerville 73-22. After three games Franklin County’s record is now 2-1, an overall promising start to the season.
CHS football had a break-out season this year. First-year head coach Justin Jackson came to re-build the program, and wanted to prove to the competition that the Spartans were ready to play.
It was a season to remember for the Spartans cross country team. Two of the boy runners, Adam Arndt and Owen Baker, made it all the way to the Shelbyville Semi-State meet, and two of their girl runners, Amelia Ross and Abigail Struewing, competed in the Regional 11 championship.
The Lady Spartans had to fight through a hard volleyball season this year. Being plagued with injuries and health precautions made it difficult for the team to gain momentum, and it was reflected in their 5-25 record.
BROOKVILLE — The Franklin County Wildcats suffered a hard loss in the Sectional 31 final against Lawrenceburg last Friday. Though they scored twice in the first quarter, the touchdowns would end there, and the Tigers won 49-12.
BROOKVILLE — Franklin County will have a tough match-up tonight when it hosts Lawrenceburg in the Sectional 31 football final in Brookville. Though the Wildcats have had a great season with a record of 6-2, the Tigers have a 10-1 record, giving them more wins and three extra games to work on…
The Lady Spartans soccer team had one of its best seasons in recent years. The hard work from the girls would carry them all the way to the Sectional 28 final, the first time in 12 years the team has made a sectional championship appearance.
LIBERTY — The Lady Spartans and Lady Patriots faced-off in a scrimmage Saturday to prepare for the upcoming season. The scrimmage was broken up into five 12 minute quarters, with four quarters played by varsity and one by the junior varsity, with the scoreboard being reset each quarter.
CONNERSVILLE — CHS suffered a hard loss in the Sectional 21 football semifinal Friday night. The final score was a 31-7 loss to New Castle, ending the Spartans season.
Connersville’s own Jonah Hensley has been swimming for eight years, and all his hard work has paid off. After he finishes his senior year, Hensley has signed a letter-of-intent to swim at Franklin College in Franklin, Indiana.
Connersville will go on the hunt for another sectional win as they host New Castle in the Class 3A Sectional 21 semifinals this Friday at 7 p.m. If the Spartans play as well as the did against Muncie Central, it could be a close match-up.
The Connersville boys soccer team had an impressive 2020 season that broke multiple school records. Their final season record was 13-3-1. Two of those losses wound up being decided by penalty kicks.
SHELBYVILLE — Connersville and local runners saw their seasons come to an end at the Indiana High School Athletic Association semistate meet Saturday morning, as none qualified to run at the state meet.
The Union County volleyball team will face Heritage Christian on the Lady Eagles’ home court today at noon in the Class 2A Regional 11 semifinals. Whoever wins will go on to play the winner of the Parke Heritage/Triton Central game tomorrow night at 7 p.m.
This Saturday, the Indiana High School Athletic Association semistate 2 cross country meet will be held in Shelbyville at the Blue River Championship cross country course. The girls with start running at 10:30 a.m. and the boys at 11:25 a.m.
The Connersville High School football team takes on Muncie Central in their opening round of the Class 4A Sectional 21 tournament, Friday at 7 p.m. in Muncie.