Posted: Sunday, November 19, 2017 6:00 am Eight local players named All-TEC in football By DAVID RISLEY - firstname.lastname@example.org The Courier-Times | 0 comments Eight local high school football players were named recently to the All-Tri-Eastern Conference Football Team for 2017, six from conference champion Hagerstown and two from Tri.
MUNCIE — The New Castle High School girls basketball team probably played its best quarter both offensively and defensively in the third period of Friday night’s game against host Muncie Central at Southside Middle School. The Trojans shot 6-of-7 from the field, 4-of-5 from the foul stripe, and hounded the Bearcats into six turnovers and 1-of- 9 marksmanship from the floor as they outscored Central in the frame 17-2 to propel them to a 55-29 victory over the hosts.
David Risley / C-T photo Trojan girls open swim season against Bulldogs and Royals Sarah Lucas of the New Castle High School girls swimming and diving team swims the Butterfly leg of the 200 Individual Medley event during Thursday evening’s meet against visiting Batesville and Eastern Hancock in the NCMS pool. The third-place finish by Lucas in the event was one of the better ones for the Trojans as they placed third to the Bulldogs and Royals.
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