• Lady Eagle Coach Moves

    Lady Eagle Coach Moves0

    By David Sharp Knox County second year head girl’s basketball coach Ron Lebel has announced he will leave Knox County for the head varsity boy’s coaching job at Montgomery County. Ron Lebel cited family considerations as well as an opportunity to return to coaching boy’s basketball as reasons for his decision. Ron Lebel was part

  • Clark Co. Earns Five Medals At State Track Meet

    Clark Co. Earns Five Medals At State Track Meet0

    Sophomore Renae Buschling earned two medals in the distance events of the Class 2 State track meet. Buschling ran the 1600 meters in 5:26.07 seconds for the sixth place medal. The sophomore won a bronze medal in the 3200 meters in 11:47.95 seconds. Sophomore Jessica Roberts placed fifth in the discus, with a throw of

  • District Baseball Game Time Changes for Saturday – Knox0

    According to the Knox County High School Athletic Director, Marcy Stansberry, the District Baseball times for Saturday have been changed from 2:00 and 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 and 7:00 p.m. because the majority of the schools playing on this day also have some of their players that qualified for the sectional track meet that is

  • Indians 5th, Lady Indians 6th at Brookfield Relays0

    The Clark County Indians placed fifth in the Blue Division of the Brookfield Relays, held April 19.  The Indians earned 64 points.  The Lady Indians placed 6th, earning 51 points. Girls’ individual results were: High Jump-Taylor Carter, 6th, 4-04 Triple Jump-Tressa Harrison, 7th, 27-02 Discus-Jessica Roberts, 3rd, 94-0 Shot Put-Megan Oilar, 3rd, 32-11 4×800 Relay-Clark

  • Indians, Lady Indians Take Third At Putnam County Relays0

    The Clark County Lady Indians tied for third place at the Putnam County Marcus Hounsom Relays, held April 26 at Unionville.  The Lady Indians picked up 72 points to tie with Putnam County.  Trenton won the Lady’s division with 185 points. The Boys’ squad also placed third, earning 92.5 points.  Trenton topped the Boys’ meet

  • Coaching Positions Open At Clark County0

    The Clark County Lady Indians will be looking for a new head basketball coach next season, following the resignation of Kelly Campbell from the position.  Campbell also resigned from her Middle School softball coaching position. Adam Rung has resigned as the head Lady Indian softball coach.  Rung will remain Indian boys basketball and golf coach.



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