• Indians Open Strong In 2017

    Indians Open Strong In 20170

    By Mike Scott “The only way I could be any happier is we had reversed the score on the board,” Clark County Indian Head Coach Ethan Allen said after Friday’s season opener. The Indians fell 44-34 to a very good Monroe City Panther team. “They did everything I asked of them. We played a great

  • Indian Title Hopes End At Blair Oaks

    Indian Title Hopes End At Blair Oaks0

    By David Sharp A first half defensive struggle turned after Clark County senior Logan Prewitt kicked the first Indian field goal of the season at Blair Oaks. Clark County (12-1) took a three point lead on the 34 yard field goal at the 4:12 mark of the second quarter. The seventh ranked Falcons (12-1) answered

  • Indian Shut Out Bowling Green

    Indian Shut Out Bowling Green0

    The Clark County Indians downed Bowling Green by a 42-0 margin in the district semi final on Wednesday night. Quentin Hamner and his undefeated Clark County Indian football team will welcome Coach Kevin Miles and his Palmyra Panthers to Clark County R-1 Activity Field on Monday November 5thfor the Class 2 District 5 Championship.  The

  • Indians Dominate CCC Selections0

      CLARENCE CANNON CONFERENCE 2012 Football Selections (* Unanimous Selection)     Quarterback: 1st Austin Egley – Clark County – SR* 2nd Zach Etzler – Centralia – JR Running Back: 1st Chris Sparks – Highland – SR 1st Tyler Steinkamp – Mark Twain – SR 1st Trace Windsor – South Shelby – SO 2nd Ramzie

  • Indians Survive South Shelby Scare

    Indians Survive South Shelby Scare0

    A week after defeating powerhouse Centralia, the Clark County Indians struggled to contain a scrappy South Shelby Cardinal squad to stay unbeaten for the 2012 season. Clark County won the opening coin toss, and deferred possession until the second half.  South Shelby took advantage an Indians personal foul for roughing the punter to keeps its