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Tyrone Lee Achieves Rank of Eagle Scout

Tyrone Lee, 16, has received Scouting’s highest rank of Eagle Scout.            Lee, a member of Troop 276, chartered by Castleton United Methodist Church, is a...

Gardner focused on finishing strong

Like a number of young people, Tim Gardner has big plans for the future. What makes his approach special is that he has not...

Warren’s Linzi Moore helps seal MIC victory

The Class 4A No. 6 Warren Central Warriors (16-3) defeated the No. 8 ranked North Central Panthers (14-5) 50-43 and finished the season with...

Mitchell does it again

Coach Doug Mitchell was named Coach E's Corner coach of the week in a March 11, 2011, article after his North Central High School...

L.C.’s Hollowell is player of the week

The 6-2 and No. 3 ranked (AP Poll) Lawrence Central Bears boys basketball team is led by 6'7 Indiana University recruit and Mr. Basketball...

Ronnie Johnson is the player of the week

When you watch the No. 1 North Central High School basketball team play, the first thing you notice is the quickness, athleticism and play-making...
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