Marley Roberts, setter for Rossville, reached 1,000 career assists on Tuesday, Sept. 15 during a game against Clinton Central. Reaching the 1,000 assist milestone is quite the accomplishment for anyone who reaches it, but especially as a sophomore setter in her second year leading the Hornets.

Though their teams did not advance, a trio of Clinton County golfers qualified for the regional tournament after turning in strong individual performances at Friday’s sectional at Coyote Crossing Golf Club in West Lafayette.

Back on the field after missing the last two weeks, the Clinton Central football team put together a 44-38 win over the Frontier Falcons on Saturday at Michigantown.

For the first time since 2012, the Frankfort girls soccer team won its Lady Hot Dog Invitational on Saturday at Frankfort High School. After defeating county rival Rossville, 13-0, in the first round, the Hot Dogs earned a 4-2 win over the Tri-Central Trojans in the championships game.

The Clinton Central girls golf team won a closely contested Clinton County Tournament, edging out Rossville for the county title on Saturday at Frankfort Commons Golf Course.


Four members of the 2020 All-County First Team were seniors who graduated just last month, long after the novel coronavirus pandemic halted the boys’ basketball playoffs in March just as the Rossville Hornets were preparing for a regional game. And the fifth member of the All-County First Te…

When Rossville senior basketball player Dirk Shaw heard from his coach last Friday that the Hornets’ Saturday regional game with Wapahani was postponed by the IHSAA due to COVID-19, he immediately thought of the end of his high school career.

When Rossville senior basketball player Dirk Shaw heard from his coach last Friday that the Hornets’ Saturday regional game with Wapahani was postponed by the IHSAA due to COVID-19, he immediately thought of the end of his high school career.

The postponement of the IHSAA boys basketball tournament last Friday affected one county school in Rossville, but all four are in limbo regarding the start of spring sports with schools closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Rossville’s regional boys basketball game in Lapel against Wapahani and all other high school tournament games were postponed by the IHSAA on Friday with Hornet head coach Cory Dunn not expecting games to resume and saying his team was devastated by the news.

Rossville prepared for its first boys basketball regional since 2015 this week with developments surrounding the COVID-19 virus providing a damper on involvement for fans.

With a Class 2A sectional championship on the line and under 10 seconds to play, Rossville put the ball in senior Dirk Shaw’s hands on Saturday night against Western Boone. He wasn’t the first option to shoot, but he saw an opening from the left elbow and took it.

Rossville will play sectional host Western Boone for a Class 2A boys basketball championship at 7:30 p.m. tonight after the Hornets topped Seeger, 55-39, in a semifinal on Friday night.

All four Clinton County schools still have their boys basketball state tournament hopes alive with games tonight after Frankfort and Rossville started things off strong with wins over Greencastle and Carroll on Tuesday.

Rossville got a combined 34 points from Dirk and Damon Shaw on Tuesday night to advance past Carroll, 63-58, in the opening round of the Western Boone Class 2A Boys Basketball Sectional.

Frankfort pulled out a 74-67 overtime win in boys basketball at Delphi Friday to end their regular season with a 6-16 record.

With the boys basketball regular season finished last night, county teams can now turn their attention to sectional play with Frankfort and Rossville starting off things on Tuesday in their respective sectionals and Clinton Central and Clinton Prairie awaiting until Friday to see action afte…

Clinton Prairie topped host Tri-Central, 55-33, on Friday to claim the Hoosier Heartland Conference boys basketball title outright with an undefeated conference season.

Rossville used a big second half to beat visiting Delphi, 78-58, in boys basketball on Friday, with the win somewhat avenging last season’s upset to the Oracles in the sectional.

Clinton County athletes playing winter sports collegiately are going into the homestretch of their seasons in the coming weeks. Here’s brief overviews of this year’s campaigns for those the Times know about.

Clinton Prairie and host Rossville put on quite a matinee in boys basketball Saturday with the Gophers escaping with a 53-49 win in double overtime that gives them at least a share of the Hoosier Heartland Conference championship.

Rossville bowed out of the Sheridan Class 2A girls sectional Friday with a 53-34 semifinal loss to Class 2A No. 10-ranked and eventual champion Lafayette Central Catholic, but they put a scare into the Knights early before Central Catholic finished the first quarter strong for a 13-10 first …

Clinton County had no wrestlers claim individual championships at Saturday’s Frankfort sectional and struggled in the team standings as well, but eight wrestlers moved on to compete at next Saturday’s North Montgomery regional.

Rossville jumped out to a big second quarter lead and held off host Western Boone, 44-42, in girls basketball on Tuesday.

Eastern continued its dominance in the Hoosier Heartland Conference meet at Clinton Central on Saturday – although in closer fashion than recent years – but Clinton County had four individual wrestlers claim conference championships in the final push before Saturday’s sectional at Frankfort.

Rossville dominated its Hoosier Heartland Conference boys basketball game with host Clinton Central from almost tip on Friday in a 77-45 win.

Clinton Central gained a hard-fought 37-33 win in girls basketball over in-county conference rival Rossville at Central on Friday, giving them the most wins in program history since 2002.

Clinton Central swept both the girls and boys titles at the Hoosier Heartland Conference swimming meet they hosted on Saturday with the Bulldog boys winning the title for the fifth consecutive time (no meet in 2015) and the girls for the second time in a row.

Rossville lost 41-34 to visiting Tri-Central in girls basketball on Friday, with the Trojans breaking open a close game in the final quarter.