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Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014

Stories from Wednesday, December 21, 2005

With 1:12 left in the third quarter of Cloverdale's basketball game Tuesday with North Central, Chase Haltom broke a Cloverdale High School record that had been in place for nearly 40 years (12/21/05)
With 1:12 left in the third quarter of Cloverdale's basketball game Tuesday with North Central, Chase Haltom broke a Cloverdale High School record that had been in place for nearly 40 years. Haltom has been accomplishing one feat after another and on Tuesday, he added another one to his list of achievements. Haltom scored his 1,388th point making him the all-time leading boys' scorer at Cloverdale...
FARMERSBURG -- Coming off a heartbreaking loss to Tri-West, the Cloverdale High School boys' basketball team bounced back with a big, 53-43 win over North Central Tuesday (12/21/05)
FARMERSBURG -- Coming off a heartbreaking loss to Tri-West, the Cloverdale High School boys' basketball team bounced back with a big, 53-43 win over North Central Tuesday. "With the schedule that we've played, I'm happy with the way we played," CHS Coach Pat Rady said. "We didn't look the sharpest, but we have some kids battling some sicknesses, but we won. It might have been an ugly win, but sometimes you get those."...
The rims were closed Thursday at the South Putnam gymnasium, where both South Putnam and Crawfordsville struggled to hit anything, shooting a combined 36 percent from the field (12/21/05)
The rims were closed Thursday at the South Putnam gymnasium, where both South Putnam and Crawfordsville struggled to hit anything, shooting a combined 36 percent from the field. The game came down to a battle of free throws, which Crawfordsville won. The Athenians got to the line 31 times, while the Eagles only managed 13 free throws in the contest. Crawfordsville pulled away with the 48-39 victory...