Martinsville native Hudson O’Neal, who now resides in Hope, won a preliminary night feature Sept. 9 at Tony Stewart’s Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio.
RAMSEY — Brownstown Central’s football team dominated both sides of the ball on Friday night, but still had to hold off a late charge by a determined North Harrison squad before escaping with a 27-22 victory.
BEDFORD — For the first 22 minutes of Seymour’s game at Bedford North Lawrence, the scoreboard didn’t see much action as both teams were scoreless.
When Rodrigo Blankenship missed the potential game-winning 42-yard field goal for the Indianapolis Colts last week, concluding the opening-day proceedings with a 20-20 tie versus the Houston Texans, he knew he was committing a felony.
Just when it looked the Trinity Lutheran volleyball was down and out, the Cougars battled back from two sets down to defeat Silver Creek in five sets on Thursday inside Bollinger Athletic Complex.
The Seymour football team has been calling themselves the “Cardiac Kids” after yet another thrilling victory at Bulleit Stadium this season.
After allowing an average of 28.7 points per game through the first three weeks of the season, Brownstown Central’s defense tightened up last Friday against Salem, holding the Lions to just 12 points en route to a road victory.