Area coaches keep close watch on pitch counts
Local baseball coaches are becoming more cognizant of keeping their pitchers' arms healthy. Travis Keesling, second-year coach at Pendleton Heights High School, said he keeps a strict pitch count on his pitchers.
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Jets see improvement as goal
The Anderson Prep Academy Jets’ baseball program returns for its’ second year of play this season with a solid core of veteran leadership.
April 5, 2014
McCammon has lofty plans
Dylan McCammon sat poolside Monday afternoon before diving practice and was happy about the Herald Bulletin 2014 Boys Swimmer/Diver of the Year honor, but was quick to put it in perspective compared to his lofty plans.
Alexandria's Young chooses Ohio State
Owen Young comes from a famous baseball family, but he's quickly made a name for himself.
And soon the Alexandria junior slugger will be taking his talents to the Big Ten.
Last month, Young agreed to spend his college days at Ohio State, playing for former Ball State coach Greg Beals' rising program.|ALEXANDRIA — Owen Young comes from a famous baseball family, but he's quickly made a name for himself. And soon the Alexandria junior slugger will be taking his talents to the Big Ten. Last month, Young agreed to spend his college days at Ohio State,
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2014 THB Girls Basketball Athlete of the Year: Da'Sha Boyd
Sometimes when a good team has a large collection of really good talent, it is hard for a single player to emerge as the best player on that team, let alone the best among a collection of 11 teams.
Anderson High School senior Da'Sha Boyd came from just such a situation, playing for the Lady Tribe team that was one of only two in this area to win a sectional title.
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Lions celebrate historic run
Liberty Christian's basketball program is still basking in the glow of an historic run after winning its first regional championship. On Tuesday night, players, coaches and fans were already looking forward to what could be in store next season.