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Stories from Thursday, August 16, 2007

No excuses accepted at South Putnam (08/16/07)
With a year in the current program under its belt, the South Putnam Eagles football team is hoping that time together will translate into victories. Second-year head coach Troy Burgess will look to a corps of returning seniors to lead the way...
North Putnam football has vision of continuing its success in 2007 (08/16/07)
Sports Writer bainbridge -- Coming off a 13-1 season and a solid appearance at semistate, the fifth-ranked North Putnam Cougars football squad is looking to keep success on its side. "We'll coach this year exactly the way we did and have the previous years, with commitment, dedication and develop relationships with your teammates," North head coach Dave Pasch said. ...
Greencastle football ready to reload (08/16/07)
Every high school coach knows the story is the same every year -- you lose some old players and you gain some new ones. That's the nature of the beast. But, some classes are harder to replace than others. For Greencastle football coach Mike Meyer, that's no excuse. The seniors who led the Tiger Cubs to a 7-4 record in 2006 are gone. It's time to get on with this year...
New Clover coach sees room for improvement, but stays positive (08/16/07)
CLOVERDALE -- Like any young coach trying to make his mark on a program, first-year Cloverdale coach Kyle Winkler has brought with him changes to the program and hopes to make a positive impact. But Winkler does not pull any punches when it comes to discussing the obstacle he sees in the way of the Clovers having a winning record...
Tigers return 13 starters and, more importantly, head coach (08/16/07)
DePauw's football program has something it's been needing for several years -- continuity at the top. After becoming the Tigers' third new head coach in as many seasons in 2006, Matt Walker is returning for his second year at the helm. What has been strange and fortunate for the Tigers is the coaching changes have not translated to onfield struggles. Walker was 6-4 in his first season, and the Tigers have not had a losing record since they went 3-7 in 1995...
Mary Lou Ades (08/16/07)
Mary Lou Ades, 82, Lafayette, died recently at her home. Born in Milligan, Ind., she was the daughter of William and Okel (Hazlett) Clark. A 1943 graduate of Russellville High School, she worked at Elston Bank and Trust Company in Waveland. She owned and operated a beauty shop and then worked in the jewelry department at Kohl's Associates for 13 years before retiring at the age of 78...
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