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Stories from Saturday, January 28, 2006

Tiger Cubs battle back for conference win (01/28/06)
After being down by 15 points at the end of the first half, Glenn Hile and the Greencastle High School girls' basketball team found themselves winning by two in the end. The Tiger Cubs defeated North Putnam Friday, 49-47, moving them to 3-2 in the West Central Conference and 9-11 on the season...
Egles hold off Clvoers, 48-44 (01/28/06)
In a rematch of the Putnam County Championship game, the Cloverdale girls' basketball team played the South Putnam Eagles much tougher on their home floor. However, with South Putnam getting to the free-throw line 35 times, connecting on 25 attempts, the Clovers came short of redemption Friday. Paced by Meghan Canary scoring 21 points, the Eagles defeated Cloverdale, 48-44...
Tigers take down Southwestern for 18th stright win (01/28/06)
Friday night, the DePauw women's basketball team hosted Southwestern in a SCAC game at Neal Fieldhouse. The Tigers entered the game ranked fifth in the D3hoops.com and sixth in the USA Today/ESPN Division III polls and hoped to extend its 16 game winning streak and earn it 22nd consecutive home court SCAC win...
Greencastle holds on for WCC win (01/28/06)
The Greenacastle High School boys' basketball team is starting to show they are a force in the West Central Conference. The Tiger Cubs picked up their third win and second straight WCC win Friday when they defeated North Putnam (5-6, 1-4) 54-51. After knocking off Cascade last week, GHS coach Troy Greenlee was curious on how his team would respond Friday...
Clovers own boards, keep bucket (01/28/06)
There was a time when Cloverdale Coach Pat Rady was worried about his team's rebounding. Friday night that concern was at ease. Cloverdale hit the boards Friday, outrebounding South Putnam, 34-19, cruising to a 69-55 victory over the Eagles on Homecoming...