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Stories from Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Cougars fall short of upset, 58-49 (02/15/06)
In the sometimes complex sport of basketball, North Putnam Coach Wes Peek tries to simplify the game for his players. Defense, rebounding and ball handling -- if you do those things, wins will follow. For three quarters Tuesday, North Putnam did those three things, and did those things well, holding several leads in the contest and nearly upset Class 2A's No. ...
Knights knock off Tier Cubs, 75-53 (02/15/06)
BRAZIL -- A 10-day break might have been too long Greencastle. After coming off the break, the Tiger Cubs lost to Northview 75-53, Tuesday. "Being off for 10 days could have been a factor," GHS Coach Troy Greenlee said. "I'm not using it as an excuse, but we were flat (Tuesday) and that is very uncharacteristic us."...
Cloverdale shocks Edgewood, 80-73 (02/15/06)
CLOVERDALE -- The Cloverdale Clovers boys' basketball team hosted a powerful Edgewood Mustang team Tuesday night. The Clovers hoped to get a win against a team boasting a 14-2 record entering the game, with Edgewood's only losses coming at the hands of Bloomington North and South...
Zaring heads to top competetion (02/15/06)
Fillmore resident Jake Zaring continues to fulfill his dreams. On Wednesday, Zaring will compete in the National Farm Machinery Show Tractor Pull, an event that only 15 participants from around the United States and Canada get invited to once a year, and Zaring is ecstatic about it...
Jan. 31, 1920-Feb. 13, 2006 (02/15/06)
Charles "Red" Hammond, 86, Jeffersonville, died Monday at Clark Memorial Hospital.
Nov. 4, 1944-Jan. 28, 2006 (02/15/06)
Mary "Sissy" Catherine Berry Kelley, 61, formerly of Putnam County, died Jan. 28 in Colorado.