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Red Hill High School's boys' basketball team returns three starters from the condensed 2021 spring season, but lacks much experience other than that among the 17 players in the program for the 2021-22 season. Members of this team are: (front L-R) Hunter Ivers, Max Moore, Payton Seaney, Hayden Arbuckle, Isaiah Stitt, Reece Ralston, Nathan Reed and Dylan Aten. In back are: (L-R) assistant coach Parker Havill, Dawson Holtz, Blake Davis, Drayden Pentell, Andrew Maxfield, Anthony Jerrell, Ben Stimler, Colton Hayes, Colin Laakman, Jacob Powden, head coach Bryan Havill and manager James Fleming. The Salukis opened their season with a 66-52 loss at Cisne Monday and will play in the annual Lawrence County Basketball Capital Classic this weekend. Red Hill is slated to play Mt. Carmel, Edwards County and Olney in pool play in Bridgeport, followed by a crossover game against a team from the Lawrenceville site in the final round at Lawrenceville Saturday night. Contributed photo

Salukis have experience, lack depth

By JOSH BROWN Daily Record
| November 23, 2021

BRIDGEPORT –– Returning three starters from last season is normally a good place to start and it is ...

Salukis drop opener at Cisne, 66-52

By JOSH BROWN Daily Record
| November 23, 2021

CISNE –– A slow start put Red Hill High School’s boys’ basketball team in a hole they could not clim...

Lady Salukis open season with pair of wins

By JOSH BROWN Daily Record
| November 23, 2021

BRIDGEPORT –– Two games into the season, Red Hill High School’s girls’ basketball team already has t...

Lawrenceville High School's boys' basketball team does not return a ton of experience on the court, but has a ton on the sidelines, as Hall of Fame coach Randy Bishop is returning to guide the Indians once again following a one-year absence. Members of this year's varsity team include: (front L-R) Brenyn Winningham, assistant coach Cory Joergens, head coach Randy Bishop, assistant coach Tad Shick and Ryan Schultz. Standing are: (L-R) Leyton Ivers, Clarence Hardiman, Maddox Pargin, Logan Worstell, Braden Baker, Parker Hardiman, Bryant Jenkins, Wyatt Halter, Evan Daugherty, Landon Sanders and Luke Hatfield. The Indians open their season in the annual Lawrence County Basketball Capital Classic this weekend. Lawrenceville will face Fairfield at 12:30 p.m. and Marshall at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Salem at 11:30 a.m. Saturday in pool play, followed by a game against a team from the Red Hill site at a time to be determined in Lawrenceville Saturday evening. Contributed photo

Bishop returns to guide youthful Indians this season

By JOSH BROWN Daily Record
| November 23, 2021

2021-22 Lawrenceville Indians Varsity Basketball Roster No. Name Yr. Ht. 0 Parker Hardiman Fr. 5-8 3...

Lady Indians drop opener to Gallatin County, 66-40

By JOSH BROWN Daily Record
| November 23, 2021

MCLEANSBORO –– Falling behind early proved to be too much to overcome for Lawrenceville High School’...

sports Calendar

November 23, 2021

Friday, Nov. 26 Lawrenceville Boys Basketball (H) Lawrence County Capital Classic vs. Fairfield, 12:...

PJHS boys wins five of six, RHJH wins one of four recently

By JOSH BROWN Daily Record
| November 23, 2021

A busy stretch saw Parkview Junior High School’s boys’ basketball teams pick up wins in five of six ...

Red Hill High School's girls' basketball team has doubled in size from the shortened 2021 spring season, as there are 14 Lady Salukis on the roster for second-year head coach Russell Adams in the 2021-22 season. Pictured are: (front L-R) Bayli Brown, Madalynn Hulfachor, Alyssa Street, Peyton Livesay, Kasey Plummer, Paige Hill and Addison Dining. In back are: (L-R) head coach Russell Adams, Tess Heath, Maci Scherer, Grace Griesemer, Olivia Ray, Kamryn Young, Chloe Volkman, Emma Robinson and assistant coach J.D. Robinson. The Lady Salukis opened with a 53-42 win over Union-Dugger, Ind., Tuesday and are slated to play Martinsville Thursday before competing in the Cowden-Herrick-Beecher City Thanksgiving Tournament next week. Contributed photo

Lady Salukis have increase in numbers and expectations

By JOSH BROWN Daily Record
| November 17, 2021

BRIDGEPORT –– Numbers are up for Red Hill High School’s girls’ basketball program and expectations a...

Sports Calendar

November 16, 2021

Thursday, Nov. 18 Lawrenceville PJHS boys basketball at Martinsville, 6 p.m. PJHS girls basketball (...

There are 13 players on the roster for Lawrenceville High School's girls' basketball team this season. The Lady Indians have a new coach this season, as Misty Bellville returns to the sidelines for her second stint at the helm of the LHS program. Team members include: (front L-R) Bethany Ruppel, Katie Cook, Haley Bellville, Jessika Oliveria, Gracie Stallings and Addy Brush. In back are: (L-R) Mallory Lockhart, Kourtney Sholders, Paige Morehead, Allyson Mendenhall, Bri Yarber and Gracie Hughes. Not pictured was Keely Breen. Lawrenceville opens its season at the Hamilton County Lady Foxes Tournament in McLeansboro Nov. 22, when they take on Gallatin County at 5:30 p.m. The Lady Indians will also play Wayne City, Herrin, Hamilton County and Edwards County in the six-team, round-robin event. Contributed photo

Lady Indians have inexperienced squad for returning coach Bellville

By JOSH BROWN Daily Record
| November 16, 2021

2021-22 Lawrenceville Lady Indians Basketball Roster No. Name Yr. Ht. Pos. 1 Katie Cook Fr. 5-1 G 2...

PJHS boys win six, RHJH wins one of four recently

By JOSH BROWN Sports Editor
| November 16, 2021

Three sets of games resulted in three sweeps for Parkview Junior High School’s boys’ basketball team...

Sports briefs

November 16, 2021

Meet the Indians Night Friday A winter “Meet the Indians” night will be held Friday at 7 p.m. in the...

Red Hill girls pick up win, PJHS wins one of four recently

By JOSH BROWN Daily Record
| November 16, 2021

One local junior high girls’ basketball team scored a win in its only game last week, while another ...

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LHS, RHHS volleyball players earn all-conference honors

By JOSH BROWN Sports Editor
| November 9, 2021

Five volleyball players from Lawrence County were recognized recently by being named to a handful of...

RHJH girls win two of four, PJHS wins one of three recently

By JOSH BROWN Daily Record
| November 9, 2021

Another busy stretch of basketball ended with a few wins for Lawrence County’s two junior high schoo...

sports briefs

November 9, 2021

Lawrence County Little League spaghetti fundraiser A spaghetti dinner fundraiser will be held Tuesda...

sports Calendar

November 9, 2021

Thursday, Nov. 11 Red Hill RHJH boys basketball at Hutsonville-Palestine, 6 p.m. RHJH girls basketba...

Red Hill's eighth grade boys' basketball team won the annual Hutsonville Invitational last week with a perfect 3-0 record. The Salukis scored wins over Carlisle, Ind. (45-21), New Hebron (40-11) and Hutsonville-Palestine (34-31) to claim the title. Contributed photo

Red Hill 8th boys win Hutsonville Invitational; PJHS teams win one of four

By JOSH BROWN Daily Record
| November 9, 2021

One junior high boys’ basketball team from Lawrence County started its season strong, while two more...

Lawrenceville's Leyton Ivers is wrapped up for a short gain following a pass reception during Saturday's IHSA Class 2A Playoff game at Johnston City. Ivers was the leading receiver for the Indians with 72 yards and a touchdown on five receptions, but the Indians lost the game, 43-12. Josh Brown | Daily Record

Season ends for Indians with 43-12 loss at Johnston City

By JOSH BROWN Daily Record
| November 2, 2021

At Ralph Davison Field, Johnston City Lawrenceville 0 6 0 6 - 12 Johnston City 22 6 15 0 - 43 JCHS...

Lawrence County's Seth Seitzinger is shown running during the IHSA Class 1A Robinson Sectional Oct. 23. Seitzinger competed in the Decatur St. Teresa Sectional Saturday and finished 130th out of 154 runners to bring his season and cross country career to an end. Josh Brown | Daily Record

Lawrence County’s Seitzinger runs at XC Sectional

By JOSH BROWN Daily Record
| November 2, 2021

FORSYTH –– Duplicating his performance from the week before was going to be difficult for Lawrence C...


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