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Stories from Thursday, August 28, 2008

Cougars ready to pounce in '08 (08/28/08)
With the beginning of the cross country season looming, the North Putnam team is ready to hit the ground running. The Cougars boast a full girls squad, but are struggling to find enough boys to fill the roster. Head coach Kevin Lutes is hoping the squad can pick up a few more members as school has begun...
Junior class takes lead for Lady Tiger Cubs in '08 (08/28/08)
By JARED JERNAGAN Sports Editor When the Greencastle girls' cross country team opens the season tonight, it will be with high expectations from its coach. But that's nothing new for Coach Garry Anderson's runners. What is different from 2007 is the Lady Tiger Cubs' experience entering the 2008 campaign...
Greencastle still looking for first win (08/28/08)
SULLIVAN -- Wednesday proved to be a rough night for the Greencastle girls' volleyball team. The Tiger Cubs lost to Sullivan 25-9, 25-4 and 25-14, falling to 0-4 on the season. "It's just so frustrating, we make some headway, we start doing some things better, then we regress. It's just a matter of becoming more consistent," GHS head coach Trish Lowe said...
Cloverdale places third in match (08/28/08)
CLAYTON -- On Tuesday, the Cloverdale girls' golf team place third in a three-way match with Plainfield and Monrovia. Plainfield won the event with a 179 total, while Monrovia was second with 209 and Cloverdale third with 235. 'We played better today, but continued to have direction problems as many shots found trees," CHS head coach Ken Williams said...
GHS rookies look to mix with veterans (08/28/08)
By JARED JERNAGAN Sports Editor After a run to regional last year and no losses to graduation, expectation of a repeat could be high for Greencastle boys' cross country. But coach Mike Schimpf chooses instead to take it one meet at a time. "We definitely have goals, as far as team goals. Everybody wants to win every meet they run. We would love to win the county and conference; those are important. We'll just have to see how everything stacks up come sectional time," Schimpf said...
Eagle runners ready for '08 (08/28/08)
By CAINE GARDNER Sports Writer The success of any sport depends on intangibles. Those little things that separate the good from the bad and the great from the good. First year Eagle head coach Elaine Bye believes her squad has those intangibles. The Eagles squad is led by it two senior captains Lauren Haynes and Brittany Cox. In addition to the seniors, the nine-member group is composed of two freshmen with the rest being sophomores and juniors...
Tiger Cub offense not suffering from senior scoring losses (08/28/08)
By JARED JERNAGAN Sports Editor After losing about 50 percent of his team's scoring from last year, Greencastle boys' soccer coach Dave Lilly came into the 2008 campaign knowing his team would have to find some offense. Through three games, it doesn't look as if the Tiger Cubs are having many problems. GHS is 3-0 and seven different players have found the back of the net. They are also averaging more than four goals a game, while giving up less than two...
Eagles ready to run loose (08/28/08)
By CAINE GARDNER Sports Writer The South Putnam boys' cross country team is hoping that enternal competition results in outward success in 2008. The Eagles enter the season with a hefty number of runners and have three seniors head coach Brian Gardner believes will provide some quality leadership...
Grimes-Flater (08/28/08)
Joel Shane Flater and Bonnie Jean Grimes announce their upcoming marriage on Sept. 20, 2008. Shane is the son of Kevin and Vicki Kendall of Coatesville and Jeff and Jennifer Flater of Clay City. Bonnie is the daughter of Dallas and Wilma Grimes of Coatesville...
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