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Stories from Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Tiger Cubs fall to 0-4 (04/12/06)
CLINTON -- The Greencastle High School softball team fell to 0-4 Tuesday after losing to South Vermillion, 10-0. The Tiger Cubs tallied three hits with Tabitha Wilson hitting a triple. Stevie Woodall and Kylie Rowings had one hit each. "South Vermillion hit the ball well," GHS Coach Kyle Clearwaters said...
Cascade slips past Eagles (04/12/06)
CLAYTON -- South Putnam's baseball team outhit Cascade on the road Tuesday, but it wasn't enough to net a win for the Eagles, who dropped a 5-4 decision on the road. The Eagles scored all four of their runs in the top of the third and held a 4-1 lead heading into the fourth inning...
Greencastle boys, girls defeat N. Montgomery in track (04/12/06)
LINDEN -- On Tuesday, the Greencastle High School boys' and girls' track teams defeated North Montgomery on the road. The boy won 89-43 and managed 11 first-place finishes, led by Joel Bottom's three wins. Bottom won the long jump with a leap of 21-0 while also placing first in the 100-meter dash at 11.55. He also won the 400-meter run at 47.4...
North, South Putnam earn wins in golf Tuesday (04/12/06)
From Staff Reports After splitting its season opener, the North Putnam High School boys' golf team bounced back and defeated West Central Conference foe Monrovia 155-177 Tuesday at Old Hickory golf course. J.J. Burns led the Cougars, shooting a 37, to earned medal honors. ...
Tiger Cubs defeat S. Putnam in tennis opener (04/12/06)
Greencastle High School's girls' tennis team opened the 2006 season with a win Tuesday night, as they defeated South Putnam 5-0 on the road. All three of the Eagles' varsity singles players won their matches in straight sets. Kelsey Hennette defeated Kim Puckett in the No. 1 match by scores of 6-1 and 7-6...
NHPS foul Plugs, 22-1 (04/12/06)
SPEEDWAY -- The North Putnam High School baseball team picked up a big win Tuesday, closing out its series with West Central Conference foe Speedway with a 22-1 road win. The Sparkplugs scored the first run of the game and their only run in the first inning...
Died April 12 (04/12/06)
Lillian L. Ingram, 88, Mooresville, died Wednesday at Plainfield Health Care Center. Funeral arrangements are pending at the Whitaker Funeral Home, Cloverdale.
Dec. 19, 1930-April 10, 2006 (04/12/06)
Helen L. Jones, 75, Gardners, Pa., died Monday at her residence. Born in Indianapolis, she was the daughter of the late Roy and Hazel (Lawson) Hyatt. Survivors include her husband of 58 years, Ronald D. Jones; two sons, Todd Jones and wife Karen, Newville, and Thomas Jones, Carlisle; a daughter, Lori Myers and husband Kevin, Gardners; seven grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren...