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Stories from Monday, January 30, 2006

Cougars fall to Charges, 64-46 (01/30/06)
The North Putnam Cougars boys' basketball team hosted the North Montgomery Chargers Saturday night, hoping to get back in the win column after suffering a disappointing 54-51 loss to Greencastle the previous evening. The Chargers entered the game with a 10-3 record and had defeated Western Boone the previous evening...
No. 5 ranked Bruins defeat Tiger Cubs (01/30/06)
LIZTON -- Greencastle's boys couldn't stay with Tri-West's potent firepower Saturday, losing 73-58 in a non-conference basketball game on the Bruins' court. The Tiger Cubs had strong offensive performances from Cal Gard with 21 points and Brennan Burks with 19, but the Bruins had three scoring stars in Tyler Bruce with 25, Steve Ricks with 21 and Marco Moses with 16...
Cloverdale falls to Owen valley, 65-54 (01/30/06)
SPENCER -- In a packed Owen Valley gymnasium Saturday, the Cloverdale boys' basketball team put up a fight against the Class 3A No. 13 ranked Patriots. But it just wasn't enough. Owen Valley outscored the Clovers, 23-7, in the fourth quarter, rolling to its 14th win of the season, 65-54...
eagles knock off Riverton Parke, 48-44 (01/30/06)
With a 48-44 win over Riverton Parke Saturday, The South Putnam High School basketball team moved to 8-8 on the season. The Eagles struggled with Panthers in the first half of Saturday's ball game. The Panthers' defense only gave up five points to the Eagles in the first quarter of play, while scoring 13 for themselves...
Hicks joins Eagles 1,000 point club (01/30/06)
He's hit a game-winning homerun, forced quarterbacks to fumble and now Matt Hicks adds one more point to his already impressive sports resume, the 1,000-point club. With 6:33 left in the third quarter of the Eagles game with Riverton Parke Saturday, Hicks pulled up and drained a three-pointer to score his 1,000th point...
Thirteen County wrestlers advance (01/30/06)
By DAN SHELTON Sports Writer AVON -- Many attended, but only few moved on. On Saturday, the four Putnam County high schools took part in the 10 high school Avon Wrestling Sectional and a large number of the wrestlers will make the trip to Mooresville this weekend for the regional...
June 5, 1931-Jan. 29, 2006 (01/30/06)
John L. Perry, 74, Cloverdale, died Sunday at his residence. Born in Hansford, W. Va., he was the son of Elmer and Mildred (Douglas) Perry. He married Nancy Fowler on Nov. 3, 1963. She survives. He attended East Bank High School, East Bank, W. Va., and was a fork lift operator at Olin Brass, Indianapolis. ...