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Rossville opens with loss to Tipton

HAT TRICK: Rossville junior Madison Miller pushes the ball up the right sideline in the first half of Monday's 6-4 season-opening loss to visiting Tipton. Miller who hadn't played soccer since junior high scored three goals in her first match.

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com Rossville opened the girls soccer season with a 6-4 loss to visiting Tipton on Monday, with the Blue Devils having more players to substitute in on a brutally hot day that visibly took its toll on both teams late in the match. Ho

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Prairie girls finish 16th, boys 19th at cross country kickoff

IN THE PACK: Clinton Prairie junior Tony Perez, center No. 177, paced the Gopher boys cross country team with a time of 19:44 at Saturday's Valley Cross Kickoff in Terre Haute.

Clinton Prairie opened the cross country season on Saturday, with the girls team finishing 16th and the boys 19th in a deep field at the Valley Cross Kickoff in Terre Haute. Seniors Melody Tolley and Rebekah Lloyd led the girls team, finishing in 22:36 and 23:25 re

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Central crowned county champions

ALL COUNTY: Members of the girls all-county golf team, from left in order of finish, include Frankfort’s Sydney Cesare, Clinton Central’s Hannah McQuinn, Frankfort’s Emilee Shipley, Rossville’s Emma Lawson and Clinton Central’s Addy Sheets.

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com Frankfort’s Sydney Cesare played through rain and soggy conditions to win Saturday’s county girls golf meet at Deer Track Golf Course, as Clinton Central edged the Hot Dogs by two strokes for the team championship. Th

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Frankfort majorettes win at State Fair

STATE CHAMPS: Frankfort High School’s Sapphire Majorettes took first place in the Senior Pom team division at the Indiana State Fair on Sunday. Members include, from left, Anna Drew, Payton Carney and Madi Meyers; and back, coach Natali Bacon, Emilee Anthony, Kileigh Adams-Long, Peyton Meyers, Dani Arnold and coach Tessa Lovas.

Times staff Frankfort High School’s majorette and cheerleading squads had a successful weekend at the Indiana State Fair, with the Sapphire Majorettes taking first place in the Senior Pom Team division on Sunday and the cheerleading squad taking third in the

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Prairie tunes up for upcoming season

GLEB: Clinton Prairie senior Jalynn Gleb serves during Thursday’s home scrimmage with Kokomo.

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com Clinton Prairie worked out with visiting Kokomo in girls volleyball on Thursday as both teams prepare to start their seasons early next week. “We don’t see them during the season and they’re not in our conferenc

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Hornets look to defense for wins this season

SPLITTING TIME: Rossville senior Sammie Malson will still play goalie for the Hornets this season but head coach Mark Struck expects to pull her out and into field positions at times.

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com Rossville girls soccer coach Mark Struck feels good about his team’s chances this season with the big question being where the Hornets will get their goals. “We lost a lot of scoring,” he noted. “We’

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Central's Sheets medalist as Eastern prevails

Clinton Central’s Addy Sheets took medalist honors in a girls golf match with Eastern at Chippendale Golf Course on Wednesday, but the Comets’ balance prevailed for a 218-227 conference win. Sheets shot 52 for top honors, with three bad holes hurting Ce

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Youth movement for Hornets

WORKING THE LEFT: Rossville sophomore Connor Rausch works on striking with his left foot during a drill at practice on Tuesday. Head coach Joel Wilson expects Rausch to fill multiple roles for the Hornets this season.

BY ANDREW KRULL - akrull@ftimes.com Rossville boys soccer features a young roster this season with eight sophomores and two freshman making up the 14-member team. “We graduated quite a few seniors last year, so Nick Hadinger is our only senior this year,̶

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