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Red Hill’s Powden named to IHSFCA All-State Team

By JOSH BROWN
| November 23, 2022

Following the best season in recent years for Red Hill High School’s football team, one Saluki has received some postseason accolades as a result of his play on the field this past season. Senior running back/defensive back Jacob Powden was recently named as one of 18 players named to the Illinois High School Football Coaches Association’s Class 1A All-State Team.

Wrestling team has high hopes

By JOSH BROWN
| November 23, 2022

A young but experienced group will lead Lawrence County’s high school wrestling team on the mats this season, but that has not lowered the expectations by any means. All four boys who qualified for Sectional competition last season – two of whom advanced to state – are back, along with several other quality returners and some promising newcomers, which has head coach Sam Hyre excited about the season.

Two Red Hill volleyball players earn All-LOVC honors

By JOSH BROWN
| November 23, 2022

BRIDGEPORT –– Two members of Red Hill High School’s volleyball team were recognized for their play on the court this past season, as they were named to the All-Little Okaw Valley Conference teams recently.

Lady Salukis win one of three in busy first week

By JOSH BROWN
| November 23, 2022

One win was sandwiched in between a pair of losses for Red Hill High School’s girls’ basketball team last week. The Lady Salukis opened the season with three games in five days and came away with one win and two losses.

Salukis open season with 81-43 loss to Cisne

By JOSH BROWN
| November 23, 2022

BRIDGEPORT –– Offense wasn’t as much of a problem as the defense was for Red Hill High School’s boys’ basketball team in their season opener Monday night. The Salukis managed just 43 points, while giving up almost twice as many in an 81-43 loss to Cisne.

Lady Indians lose opener to Gallatin County, 61-31, at Lady Foxes tourney

By JOSH BROWN
| November 23, 2022

MCLEANSBORO –– The season started on a rough note for Lawrenceville High School’s girls’ basketball team Monday night, as they were nearly doubled up on the scoreboard. The Lady Indians tipped off their season at the Hamilton County Lady Foxes Tournament in McLeansboro and suffered a 61-31 loss to Gallatin County.

Sports Calendar 11-24

November 23, 2022

Friday, Nov. 25 Lawrenceville Boys Basketball (H) Lawrence County Capital Classic, vs. Salem, 12:30 ...

Red Hill downs Lawrenceville in junior high boys basketball action

By JOSH BROWN
| November 23, 2022

County rivals took to the court against each other Monday and it was the visiting team getting the better end of both contests in junior high school boys’ basketball action. Red Hill scored a pair of wins over rival Parkview, winning the eighth grade game 39-38 and the seventh grade game 41-34.

Junior high girls wrapping up seasons

By JOSH BROWN
| November 23, 2022

The end of the season is rapidly approaching for junior high girls’ basketball teams and some of them have already concluded their seasons, including Red Hill’s seventh grade team.

Lawrenceville High School's boys' basketball team returns a solid nucleus from last year's team, including five players with varsity experience. However, of the 21 players in the program this year, 12 of them are freshmen, plus the Indians are dealing with a rash of injuries still lingering from the football season. Lawrenceville is scheduled to open its season at the 33rd Annual Lawrence County Basketball Capital Classic Nov. 25-26. Contributed photo

Injury-plagued Indians have talent, lack depth

By JOSH BROWN
| November 15, 2022

LAWRENCEVILLE –– Injuries are a part of sports, but Lawrenceville High School’s boys’ basketball team finds itself in an interesting position, as a rash of ailments that plagued the LHS football team in the fall has spilled over into the basketball season, leaving the Indians short-handed on what was already a thin roster.

Red Hill High School's boys' basketball team is in a bit of a youth movement this season, with just two seniors and only three players with varsity experience on the roster for veteran coach Bryan Havill. The Salukis are set to open their season at home against Cisne Monday at 6:15 p.m., then will play in the 33rd Annual Lawrence County Basketball Capital Classic Nov. 25-26. Contributed photo

Young Salukis will look to improve throughout season

By JOSH BROWN
| November 15, 2022

BRIDGEPORT –– Returning two starters is a good beginning to a new season, but unfortunately for Red Hill High School’s boys’ basketball team, what will go with those two returning starters is a bit of a question mark. The Salukis have just three players on this year’s team that have any varsity experience and only have two seniors among the 19 in the program, which means a lot of inexperienced players will have to learn quickly how to play at the varsity level.

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New LHS girls coach Dreiman inherits young, hard-working squad

By JOSH BROWN
| November 15, 2022

LAWRENCEVILLE –– Getting a new coach can be a new start for a program and that is the hope for Lawrenceville High School’s girls’ basketball team. The Lady Indians have a new head coach in Karlie Dreiman, who is also in her first year as a high school coach after coaching middle school basketball and soccer at South Knox for the past few years, while they will feature a small and relatively young group with just one senior and one junior among the 14 players in the program.

Sports Calendar 11-17

November 15, 2022

Thursday, Nov. 17 Lawrenceville PJHS boys basketball (H) Martinsville, 6 p.m. PJHS girls basketball ...

Junior high boys basketball teams continue busy schedules

By JOSH BROWN
| November 15, 2022

Busy schedules netted a mixture of wins and losses for junior high boys’ basketball teams from Lawrence County recently.

Junior high girls winding down seasons

By JOSH BROWN
| November 15, 2022

Junior high girls’ basketball teams from Lawrence County scored more wins than losses in action recently, as they begin to wind down their seasons.

Lawrenceville High School senior Gracie Stallings signed her letter-of-intent earlier this week to continue her softball career at Lincoln Trail College. Pictured are: (L-R) LHS head coach Randy Lynch, Indiana Outkast (travel) coach Travis Fragiacomo, LTC head coach Erika Arnold, mother Shannon Stallings, Gracie Stallings, father Heath Stallings, LTC assistant coach Ron Miller and Vincennes Lincoln softball coach Corbin McCrary (Gracie's first softball coach). Josh Brown | Daily Record

Lawrenceville’s Stallings signs with LTC softball

By JOSH BROWN
| November 9, 2022

LAWRENCEVILLE –– Although she still has a season of high school softball to play, Lawrenceville High School senior Gracie Stallings already knows where she wants to play in college. Stallings signed her letter-of-intent earlier this week to continue her softball career after high school, as she will be heading north to Lincoln Trail College.

Red Hill High School's girls' basketball team has seen a slight uptick in numbers with 17 players on the roster this season, but the Lady Salukis are limited on experience with just three seniors and two juniors in the program. The Lady Salukis open their season at home against Union-Dugger, Ind., Tuesday, Nov. 15, at 5:30 p.m. Contributed photo

Lady Salukis have good numbers, limited on experience

By JOSH BROWN
| November 9, 2022

BRIDGEPORT –– Numbers are up a bit, but experience is down for Red Hill High School’s girls’ basketball team this season. The Lady Salukis have to replace three starters that are gone from last year’s team and will try to do that with a rather young squad this season.

Two LHS football players earn All-LIC honors

By JOSH BROWN
| November 9, 2022

Two members of Lawrenceville High School’s football team were recognized recently for their achievements on the field this past season by being selected to one of the All-Little Illini Conference teams.

Two LHS volleyball players make All-LIC teams

By JOSH BROWN
| November 9, 2022

Two members of Lawrenceville High School’s volleyball team were recognized recently for their achievements on the court this past season by being named to one of the three All-Little Illini Conference teams.

Parkview Junior High School's seventh grade boys' basketball team won the Flora Shootout Saturday with a 2-0 record. The Braves scored wins over Flora (48-19) and South Central (23-17) to claim the title. Contributed photo

PJHS 7th boys win Flora Shootout, RHJH 8th wins pair, PJHS 8th drops two

By JOSH BROWN
| November 9, 2022

Two teams won two games each and one dropped a pair in junior high boys’ basketball action recently. Parkview Junior High School’s seventh grade boys’ team opened its season Saturday by winning the Flora Shootout. The Braves won both of their games, scoring a 23-17 win over South Central in their first game, then rolling to a 48-19 win over Flora in the championship game.


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