- Atkinson scores late model win New Castle’s Jason Atkinson inherited the lead with three laps remaining, when leader Jeff Marcum spun, to capture the CRA/McGunegill Engine Performance Late Model feature at Anderson Speedway on Saturday night.
Repeat for Benefiel
It might not have been the season that she envisioned, but it was a mark worth honoring.Pendleton Heights’ Bailey Benefiel put up some spectacular numbers and earned the nod as The Herald Bulletin’s Softball Pitcher of the Year — repeating the award she also won a season ago.
- AHS' Taylor signs to play pro hoops in Canada Just a few months after successfully kickstarting a semi-pro basketball team in his hometown, Troy Taylor is ready to begin his individual professional career. The former Anderson High School star has signed to play for the London Lightning in the National Basketball League of Canada, choosing the franchise after a brief bidding war with the Brampton A's.
- Noone as in No-one better It is hard to imagine how Elwood's Jessie Noone could have had a better senior season individually than the one she posted this past spring.
Federer, Djokovic in Wimbledon final
Roger Federer moved one victory away from a record eighth Wimbledon championship and 18th Grand Slam title overall by reaching Sunday's final, where he will face Novak Djokovic.
- Kimmel ready for Winchester repeat If there was an Indiana Motorsports Hall of Fame, one of the first people to be inducted would be Clarksville resident Frank Kimmel.
- How did World Cup get hot? The soccer team from the United States has come and gone, but the vapor trail of popularity remains. Just how did the World Cup become hotter viewing in this country than The Bachelorette?This might help. You're just in time for my confession at the
Pendleton Heights' Taylor wins Track Athlete of Year
This past season, the Pendleton Heights boys track team was saddled with replacing several graduated seniors. Junior Zach Taylor was among the leaders who filled the roles and as a result, Zach is the 2014 Herald Bulletin Boys Track Athlete of the Year.
- Cottrell sprints to the top Kiawna Cottrell’s goal going into the season was to find two seconds in the 400 meter dash.
Rick Teverbaugh: Hoosier Park great July 4 destination
For me, the July 4 holiday, when not working that day, has mostly consisted of TV and some backyard fireworks.
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