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Rossville hopes off-season work leads to success

BUTCHER: Rossville’s Jacob Butcher, lifting an opponent during last year’s Hoosier Heartland Conference tournament, won the HHC title at 160 pounds last season and hopes to see continued success at 170 pounds as a senior.

BY CLAY MAXFIELD - sports@ftimes.com The Rossville wrestling team hopes to rack up wins this season thanks to a full off-season of work. With just four seniors, Kalen Jones, Mitch Dickerson, Jacob Butcher and Justin Smith, Rossville boasts plenty of youth on their

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Knights edge Gophers 45-40

Clinton Prairie suffered its first loss of the season in girls basketball on Saturday, falling 45-40 to host Lafayette Central Catholic. Individual stats were not immediately available for the game. The Gophers fell to 2-1 on the season with the loss, while the Kni

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Hornets lose close one to Delphi

ON THE DRIVE: Rossville’s Madison Miller takes it up the middle of the Delphi defense during the Hornets’ 37-35 loss on Friday. Miller led Rossville with nine points in the game.

BY CLAY MAXFIELD - sports@ftimes.com Rossville lost a tight 37-35 girls basketball game to host Delphi on Friday evening, with the Oracles getting a put-back late in the fourth quarter to squeak out the win and overcome a third-quarter Hornet lead.  “I t

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Gophers look for mat success with new coach

DUARTE AND BAKER: Sophomore Drew Duarte and junior Lucas Baker are expected to compete at 138 and 152 lbs. respectively for the Gophers.

BY CLAY MAXFIELD - sports@ftimes.com Clinton Prairie wrestling has a new coach for the upcoming season after Joey Mitchell stepped down and first-time head coach Chase Thompson took the helm for the Gophers over the summer. Thompson noted that he always wanted to b

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Frankfort wrestling poised to take next step forward

SENIOR LEADERS: Frankfort seniors Diego Nava, left, and Christian Matias square off during practice on Wednesday. Nava is expected to wrestle at 195 lbs. this season, while Matias will do so at 170. Matias advanced to regional last season.

BY CLAY MAXFIELD - sports@ftimes.com The Frankfort wrestling team begins its season early next month and is poised to take another step forward after sending Elijah Anthony to the state finals and six wrestlers to regional last year. “It started as soon as we

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Red Devils overpower Frankfort 68-24

RAMOS: Frankfort’s Jessie Ramos looks for a shot on the baseline during the Hot Dogs’ 68-24 loss at West Lafayette on Tuesday.

BY CLAY MAXFIELD - sports@ftimes.com Frankfort faced a tough test on Tuesday in girls basketball when they traveled to West Lafayette to face a team that has averaged 25-point wins in their first two games. The task proved too much for the young Hot Dogs as they fe

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