- PH's Wolverton top Boys Soccer athlete There was no game on the schedule, no organized practice, just Brian Wolverton — alone — dribbling a soccer ball up and down an empty field.
- Raiders spurt past Eagles The Shenandoah Lady Raiders used a 14-3 scoring advantage in the third quarter to break open a close game and post a 64-44 win over the visiting Frankton Lady Eagles here Friday night.
- Rivalries dominate this weekend You don't need your GPS to know the road to the BCS title game goes through the Iron Bowl. It has lately, anyway, since the winners of the past four Alabama-Auburn meetings have ended up national champions.
THB Boys Tennis Athlete of the Year: Garrett Fensler
Although Lapel’s Garrett Fensler has only been playing the game of tennis for four short years, he has dedicated himself to the sport and it culminated in him being named The 2013 Herald Bulletin Boys Tennis Player of the Year.
- Angie Colip: Thanksgiving brings back memories and another 300 game Happy Thanksgiving to the bowling community. I hope that all that turkey and pumpkin pie will not hinder your ability to bend those knees at the foul line and throw those strikes.
- Eye on the Opponent: Fitzpatrick hopes to seize the day for Titans The Buffalo Bills couldn't wait to get rid of Ryan Fitzpatrick during the offseason. Now, the Tennessee Titans don't know where they'd be without him.
THB Boys Cross Country Athlete of the Year: Tyler Flood
Just like his sophomore counterpart Alex Buck, Pendleton Heights boys cross country runner Tyler Flood had a solid freshman season that showed promise. Despite not having a full summer of running to prepare for the season, Flood showed strong improvement in his sophomore year to earn The Herald Bulletin’s Boys Cross Country Athlete of the Year honor.
Dunham filling new niche at Butler
Shortly after a Madison County boys basketball game during Kellen Dunham's freshman season, a noteworthy former county star marveled at the young shooter's potential once his frame filled out.
Now a sophomore at Butler, Dunham is listed at 6-foot-6 and 185 pounds on the men's basketball team's official roster. And the difference in his size from his days at Pendleton Heights is especially apparent in his upper body.
- Rick Teverbaugh: Many thanks for many people In this world I am much more thankful for people than I am for things.
- Raiders roll in season opener Shenandoah got off to a flying start to the 2013-14 boys basketball season, scoring the first 10 points en route to a 57-31 victory over Daleville on Wednesday night in the season opener for both teams.
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