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- Ken de la Bastide: Speedway kicks off 2014 season Anderson Speedway kicks off the 2014 season this Saturday with a pair of 75-lap features for the McGunegill Engine Performance Late Models and the NASH-FM Thunder Cars.
- George Bremer: Hats off for local hoops There will be at least one good memory from this endless winter — basketball.
Rick Teverbaugh: Lions are just fine big picture
There are those who think everything can be found in who wins and who loses. That is small picture thinking. By that yardstick, there is nothing but total defeat to be found in Liberty Christian's loss to Marquette Catholic on Saturday in the Lafayette semistate title game.
- Youth awarded scholarship money The youth program at Cooper’s Sport Bowl has finished their season. Last Saturday the awards banquet and fun bowl was held with many scholarships being given out.
Rick Teverbaugh: Lions' trip to prominence earned
To some it might seem like Liberty Christian's transformation into a consistent 1A boys basketball power has happened suddenly.
- Rick Bramwell: Feeling under the weather, missing out on fish About every three out of four years, I brag about staying outdoors keeping me healthy in the winter. Then the weather changes, and I get a severe sinus infection. For a week, I think my body will heal itself. Finally, I go to Dr. Wright for some horse pills. Everything tastes like burnt cabbage, but I'm getting better — hopefully, well enough to join good friend Bob Porter who is already killing the big Patoka crappie.
George Bremer: Irsay's plight not about football
Jim Irsay has a problem.
AU softball introduces season with a win
The Anderson University softball team defeated Fontbonne University 4-1 in the season opener on Sunday. They lost the second game to Otterbein 6-5.
- AU begins its season with winning momentum The Anderson University baseball team defeated DePauw University 6-5 in eight innings and 5-3 on Saturday in the season opener at Grady's Field in Xenia, Ohio.
- Permission to play key for Liberty Sometimes the most effective advice a coach can give is the one that frees up players to just do what most of them having been doing their entire lives.
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