• Post Season Honors For Indians

    Post Season Honors For Indians0

    Post Season Honors For Indians  Michael Brennan had been named the Tri-Rivers Conference Most Valuable Player, and the Clark County coaching staff picked up “Coach of the Year” honors for the conference.   Michael Brennan was named to the TRC First Team.  Bryan Plenge made conference second team, and Ethan Allen was named to the third

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  • Knox County Eagles Repeat As Boy’s District Champions

    Knox County Eagles Repeat As Boy’s District Champions1

    By David Sharp The adage of Every Dog Has It’s Day rang true during the March 7, 2009 Class 2 District 14 boy’s championship game at Marceline. Each team had a successful stretch. Knox County dominated the first quarter along with much of the second, grabbing a 42-21 halftime lead.Marceline took advantage of KCHS foul

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  • Lady Indians Fall To Powerful Macon Girls

    Lady Indians Fall To Powerful Macon Girls0

    Clark County Lady Indians final game of 2008-09 season.

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  • Indians Disappointed In District Semi Final

    Indians Disappointed In District Semi Final0

    Indians End Their Season

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  • Eagles Headed To District Championship Game

    Eagles Headed To District Championship Game0

    KC BOYS MUSCLE WAY TO DISTRICT TITLE GAME-Lucas Hudson challenges the North Shelby defense during an 88-49 Knox County win. The Eagles advanced to the district championship game. Sixth seeded Marceline knocked off three seed Milan and second seeded Putnam County, earning the right to face Knox County for the Class 2 District 14 championship.

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  • Indians Split  Down The Stretch

    Indians Split Down The Stretch0

     Indians Split  Down The Stretch The Clark County Indians split two games against Clarence Cannon Conference opponents in their final two regular-season games.  On Monday, the Indians fell to South Shelby, 79-71, in a Senior Night contest. Clark County started strong, matching the Cardinals with 16 in the first quarter.  Clark County added 17 more

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