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CC's Sheets signs to swim for Maryville

SWIMMING TO MARYVILLE: Clinton Central’s Brogan Sheets, swimming in the 500 freestyle in an event she won Monday at North Montgomery, will compete for Maryville University next year after signing a letter of intent on Friday.

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com Surrounded by most of her Clinton Central swimming teammates, Brogan Sheets signed a letter of intent on Friday after school at Central’s library to continue swimming at Maryville University next year. Her college search be

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Bulldogs mix it up in return to pool

PUSH TO THE WALL: Clinton Central’s Bailey Deardorff and Olivia Wyrick urge on teammate Kaleb Boone in the 100 breaststroke before they swam in the following 400 freestyle relay.

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com The Clinton Central boys team easily won their dual swimming meet at North Montgomery on Monday by a score of 127-48, while the girls were nipped 91.5-87.5 with the decision coming down to the last 400-yard freestyle relay. After

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Rossville's Longnecker wins at Clinton Prairie Invite

Host Clinton Prairie finished 10th and Rossville fifth at a competitive Clinton Prairie Invite in wrestling on Saturday, with 15 teams competing and several county wrestlers placing well individually. Lafayette Jeff won the event with 202 points with Hamilton Heigh

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Records fall at CC Invite

RECORD SWIM: Clinton Central’s Erik McCarty comes to the wall during his school-record breaking 100 butterfly at the CC Invite. McCarty broke his own record that he had set in the Bulldogs’ last meet.

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com Clinton Central’s boys swim team won its own CC Invite on Saturday and the girls finished second to Cascade in the four-team tournament, with a few invitational records falling in the process. “Isabelle Hendrickson of

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Hornets sting Panthers

STAff Reports Rossville topped visiting Western in boys basketball, 60-40, on Saturday, improving their record to 4-1. The Hornets were led in scoring by Chase Frey with 18 and Dawson Jacoby with 17 (including three 3-pointers). Bryce Oliver added 10 (with two 3s),

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Hornets blow out Falcons

Rossville doubled the score on visiting Frontier in a 69-34 boys basketball win on Friday, with three players in double figures and nine scoring. Chase Frey led the Hornets with 18, followed by Kirby Meeks who recorded a double-double with 18 points and 10 rebounds

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Central comeback falls short

EYES UP: Clinton Central’s Kendall Davison looks for somebody open in the fourth quarter of Friday’s loss to Sheridan.

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com Clinton Central’s Kaylea Whitcomb brought back the Bulldogs from a six-point deficit simply with the last possession of the third quarter and first of the fourth to tie Friday’s girls conference basketball game agains

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Sheridan edges Bulldogs

IN TRAFFIC: Clinton Central’s Nate Martin, 4, pulls up for a jumper during the Bulldogs’ 50-43 loss to Sheridan on Friday.

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com Sheridan discombulated the Clinton Central offense for three-plus quarters during a Hoosier Heartland Conference boys basketball game on Friday night, until the Bulldogs’ Spencer Smith got hot from the outside, cutting an 1

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Gophers top Trojans

Clinton Prairie improved its record to 6-3 with a 50-20 home win over Tri-Central on Tuesday in girls basketball, with Tatum Neal leading the Gophers with 19 points. Katie Blacker provided support with 12 points, with Hadley Wilson and Tynlie Neal (four each), Rebe

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Frankfort dominates Faith Christian

ALANIS ON THE MOVE: Frankfort's Nallely Alanis looks for an opening during Tuesday's win over Faith Christian.

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com Frankfort overwhelmed winless Faith Christian in girls basketball on Tuesday, emptying their bench for the fourth quarter in the 67-24 home win. “They've been winless for a couple seasons,” Frankfort head coach Joe Ma

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