EVANSVILLE -- Seven days and multiple postponements later, the Southern Indiana Athletic Conference Tournament girls' basketball championship will finally happen. But that didn't stop Memorial coach Bruce Dockery from crossing his fingers all week. He didn't want another cancellation. After Winter Storm Hunter forced athletic directors to shift the tournament schedule around, the girls championship between Castle and Memorial will tip off at 6 p.m. Saturday at Harrison High School.
EVANSVILLE -- Add another award to the storied resume of Bill Vieth. The long-time Memorial boys soccer coach was named the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Central Sectional coach of the year. The district includes the states of Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, and Wisconsin. Vieth was nominated for the distinction by the Indiana High School Athletic Association. This past season, he led the Tigers to a 20-2-1 record and another Class 2A state championship.
OAKLAND CITY, Ind. – Like every other coach in the area, Kevin Menke wishes he was back in the gym. After a pair of winter storms marched their way through Southern Indiana this past week, school has been cancelled since last Thursday. And with it means no practice time for the Wood Memorial basketball team and Menke, its second-year coach. But missing that time together as a team won’t be used an excuse with the Trojans. Not this season. “Our motto is no excuses, just results,” said Menke.
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Selecting a term
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