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Cheers for the expected 2,500 runners who will participating, beginning at 7 a.m. today, in the Evansville Half Marathon. It begins on Reitz Hill and winds its way Downtown with the finish on the Riverfront. Obviously, its popularity is growing
Evansville's premier middle school cross-country meet takes place Tuesday at Angel Mounds. The Run at the Mounds is expected to attract 567 runners from 21 different schools from around the Tri-State. Volunteers run the event, with all proceeds
Harrison High School The boys basketball team at Harrison High School, along with their coach Bryan Speer, who also serves as athletic director at Harrison, was selected as one of four teams to play in this year's Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame
31 to play on Friday night, Harrison High School's football team had the ball on North's one-inch line ready to punch it in and put the game away but a fumble by Kendrick Hancock gave the Huskies the ball, plenty of time on the clock and a home crowd
For the first time in its history, the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corp. has a fundraising campaign that will be conducted each fall for every high school attendance district. The annual campaign will seek donations from alumni, families of
Harrison High School's Jason Watkins is thinking about doing something different after the fifth annual Indiana/Kentucky Challenge in boys' soccer this weekend. We've never had any kind of a team trophy, said Watkins, the Warriors' veteran coach.
Paula Leggett Chase, an Evansville native and veteran Broadway performer, will hoof it home this week to teach jazz dance, offer an auditioners' primer and share theatrical career advice to area high school students at the Musical Works Project, an
Photo by Picasa Eagle Scout Laura and Jeremy Brown's son Alex received his Eagle Scout before friends and family at First Christian Church in Newburgh...From the left are Alex Brown, Eagle Scout inductee, Eagle Scout Jonathan Uhr and Troop 315 Leader
He's not getting a big head, said Ernie, who will be a senior at Harrison High School...Robin, who is 5-foot-10, played for the 2018 Indiana Elite boys' basketball team that won the Adidas Super 64 national AAU tournament last weekend in Las Vegas...
53 p.m. , updated July 26, 2013 at 8:53 p.m. Wednesday's scene at Harrison High School's Romain Stadium wasn't a mirage. There were almost 100 various football types in red either inside the sidelines or standing and kneeling around them.