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- Buck returns to AU as football assistant Anderson University hired former Ravens football player and alum Toby Buck as an assistant coach on the football coaching staff on Wednesday.
- Argylls stun Tigers with second-half rally An often forgettable season for the Madison-Grant girls basketball team produced one of the program's most remarkable postseason moments Wednesday. Bethani Herniak hit a free throw with 7.8 seconds remaining to provide the winning margin, and the Argylls erased a 22-point halftime deficit to stun Alexandria 43-42 in the first round of Class 2A sectional play.
- Panthers roll past Taylor After falling behind early, the Elwood girls basketball team started playing with passion and enthusiasm en route to a 62-45 win over the Taylor in its first-round sectional matchup Wednesday.
- AU men drop Manchester The Anderson University men's basketball team defeated Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference rival Manchester University 84-70 on Wednesday at O.C. Lewis Gymnasium.
- Arabians get revenge against New Castle The Pendleton Heights girls basketball team used a strong first quarter to build a big lead and hit its free throws down the stretch to hang on for a 58-49 win over New Castle in the first round of Class 4A sectional play at the Spartan Bowl.
Plan to cut business equipment tax draws debate
House lawmakers took up a Senate proposal to cut business taxes on Monday, as fiscal leaders continued working behind the scenes to craft a compromise package of cuts this legislative session.
- Bulldogs, Panthers hope to close out strong seasons After 21 years and nearly 300 victories as a girls basketball coach, Kevin Brattain understands the value of healthy paranoia. Especially in the postseason.
- Tribe, Arabians ride momentum into sectional The Anderson Lady Tribe and the Pendleton Heights Lady Arabians have at least a couple of similarities going into girls basketball sectional play this week.
- Tribe comes up empty at Fishers Too many empty possessions left the Anderson boys basketball team with a hollow feeling again Saturday night.
Debate intensifies over bill opening prep sports to ‘virtual’ charter students
House Bill 1047 would compel the 408 schools that belong to the Indiana High School Athletic Association to open their sports programs to about 6,000 students who are enrolled in the state-supported, web-based schools known as virtual charters.
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