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Lawrence County golfers third at Olney, 11th at Paris Invitational

By JOSH BROWN
| September 21, 2021

Results weren’t great for Lawrence County’s high school golf team last week, but at least they were able to post results.

Parkview Junior High School's baseball team won the IESA Class 2A Casey-Westfield Regional with a 9-1 win over top-seeded Paris Crestwood Monday. The Braves (9-6) will play Teutopolis in the Class 2A Teutopolis Sectional Saturday at 11 a.m. Contributed photo

PJHS baseball wins regional title

By JOSH BROWN
| September 21, 2021

Three wins in six days resulted in some hardware for Parkview Junior High School’s baseball team. The Braves played solid baseball over that span and turned it into a regional championship.

Hesler, Hulfachor compete for VU golf at Vincennes Invitational

By JOSH BROWN
| September 21, 2021

MONTGOMERY, IND. –– Three former Lawrence County golfers were on the course at the same time last week competing against each other in a college tournament.

Indians knock off Newton, 34-19

By JOSH BROWN
| September 21, 2021

NEWTON –– While offense has been the calling card for Lawrenceville High School’s football team in recent years, it has been the other side of the ball that has made the difference in their last two outings.

Cross country competes in pair of meets recently

By JOSH BROWN
| September 21, 2021

Injury and illness continue to plague the already short-handed Lawrence County high school cross country team, but those that have been able to compete have done well.

Indians hope to continue moving forward against Eagles

By Josh Brown
| September 17, 2021

Taking care of the little things is something teams have to be able to do to get to the next level a...

LTC soccer drops three matches recently

By Josh Brown
| September 16, 2021

While play has been competitive, it was not enough for Lincoln Trail College’s men’s soccer team to ...

Lady Statesmen pick up first win of season

By Josh Brown
| September 16, 2021

While it didn’t come as soon as they would have liked, Lincoln Trail College’s volleyball team final...

Salukis forced to forfeit for second time in three weeks

By JOSH BROWN
| September 10, 2021

BRIDGEPORT –– For the second time in three weeks, Red Hill High School’s football team does not have enough healthy bodies to be able to play.

Indians host Tigers for first home game

By JOSH BROWN
| September 10, 2021

LAWRENCEVILLE –– Upsets happen all the time at all levels of football and the last time Lawrenceville High School’s football team took on Paris, the outcome could definitely be classified as an upset.

Red Hill's Reece Ralston (11) heads upfield for some positive yardage after breaking a tackle during Friday night's Little Illini Conference game at Robinson. Also seen in the background for the Salukis is lineman Landon Phipps (72). Ralston gained 18 yards on the ground for the Salukis, who came out on the short end of a 20-14 decision. Josh Brown | Daily Record

Salukis fall in final seconds to Robinson, 20-14

By JOSH BROWN
| September 10, 2021

ROBINSON –– Being outnumbered and outsized is something that is going to happen virtually every week for Red Hill High School’s football team.

PJHS softball picks up three wins last week

By JOSH BROWN
| September 10, 2021

Three games in three days resulted in three more wins for Parkview Junior High School’s softball team last week.

Lawrenceville's Lorien Vowells (left) and Kaya Tredway (right) attempt to block a hit attempt by Red Hill's Makaela Andrews (21) during their match at the Robinson Invitational Saturday. The Lady Indians won the match 25-14, 25-10 and went on to finish fifth with a 2-2 record, while Red Hill   and finished  . Josh Brown | Daily Record

Lady Indians finish fifth, Lady Salukis winless at Robinson Invitational

By JOSH BROWN
| September 10, 2021

In a span of eight days, Lawrenceville High School’s volleyball team played a total of 10 matches and came away with wins in half of those, including a fifth-place finish in Saturday’s Robinson Invitational.

Lawrenceville's Bryant Jenkins (88) watches the ball on its way into his hands for a reception during Friday night's Little Illini Conference game at Olney. Jenkins caught four passes for 26 yards, but the Indians lost the game, 41-8. Contributed photo

Indians stumble in 41-8 loss at Olney

By JOSH BROWN
| September 10, 2021

OLNEY –– A four-minute stretch turned a close game into a one-sided affair Friday night, which unfortunately not good news for Lawrenceville High School’s football team.

Lawrence County XC opens season in Effingham

By JOSH BROWN
| September 10, 2021

EFFINGHAM –– It may not have been the start they wanted, but it was a start nonetheless for Lawrence County’s high school cross country team last week.

RHJH baseball wins, PJHS splits

By JOSH BROWN
| September 10, 2021

Results were mostly positive for Lawrence County’s junior high baseball teams recently, as they won two out of three games.

Lawrence County golfers compete in several matches

By JOSH BROWN
| September 10, 2021

While it has been a busy week for members of Lawrence County’s golf team, there has not been much success to go with it.

Red Hill football forfeits opener to Mt. Carmel due to numbers issue

By JOSH BROWN
| August 30, 2021

BRIDGEPORT — Just hours before the season was set to kickoff, it was decided that Red Hill High School’s football team wasn’t ready to kick off after all.

Lawrenceville High School's football team takes the field for the first time this season prior to their season opener at Marshall Friday night. The game was actually delayed for nearly 45 minutes due to inclement weather in the area, but the Indians were able to come away with a 45-35 victory and a 1-0 start to the season. Josh Brown | Daily Record

Indians outgun Lions in season opener, 45-35

By JOSH BROWN
| August 30, 2021

Having an explosive offense is a nice thing to have, especially when you have a defense that you are a little unsure of at the start of the season.

Salukis have tough challenge in opener against Mt. Carmel

By JOSH BROWN
| August 27, 2021

BRIDGEPORT –– First games can be difficult for many reasons, mainly due to not knowing what this year’s team can really do until they’ve stepped on the field and the uncertainty of what the opposition has to offer, among other factors.


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