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HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL Richmond 13 New Haven 3….RED DEVILS: Phillip Hobbs 2-3 4RBI, Gabe Crowe 2-3 RBI, Brice Brown 1-3 3RBI, WP Phillip Hobbs Seymour 12 Richmond 11…RED DEVILS: Phillip Hobbs 3-5 5RBI 3R, Mason Brewer 2-2 RBI, George Dickman RBI, Nick Turner RBI, Colton...read more
(INDIANA RELEASE) BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – The thermostat climbed past 90 degrees for the first time in a long while here Saturday afternoon. Good day to take a Gatorade shower. Indiana baseball coach Jeff Mercer got one of those – perhaps the first of many – as his debut...read more
HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL Richmond 13 New Haven 3….RED DEVILS: Phillip Hobbs 2-3 4RBI, Gabe Crowe 2-3 RBI, Brice Brown 1-3 3RBI, WP Phillip Hobbs Seymour 12 Richmond 11…RED DEVILS: Phillip Hobbs 3-5 5RBI 3R, Mason Brewer 2-2...read more
NOTRE DAME BASEBALL: Irish Fall to Eagles, 9-8 NOTRE DAME RELEASE BRIGHTON, Mass. — The Notre Dame baseball team lost a back-and-forth affair to Boston College 9-8 Friday night at the Harrington Athletics Village. In a game that featured five lead changes and three...read more
PURDUE BASEBALL: Strikeouts Doom Boilermakers in Game 2 with OSU PURDUE RELEASE WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Another three-run homer coupled with a 14-strikeout performance from its starting pitcher propelled Ohio State past Purdue baseball 6-1 in game 2 of the series...read more
INDIANA BASEBALL: Hoosiers Victorious over Rutgers, 7-5 IU RELEASE BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Perhaps the loudest cheer Thursday night at Indiana's Bart Kaufman Field came after the game was over. IU coach Jeff Mercer was addressing the media outside the Indiana locker room...read more
HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL-NCC/AREA Logansport 10 Twin Lakes 4 Harrison 3 Lafayette Central Catholic 0 Union County 7 New Haven 6 Shenandoah 12 Tri 1 Union City 4 Centerville 2 Seton Catholic 4 Eastern Hancock...read more
In a surprise move Friday, Matt Fisher stepped down as the Red Devils volleyball coach. Fisher had been the head coach for the past seven seasons and 10 years overall with the program. In a statement exclusive to RADIOTROY.COM Coach Fisher said, “After 10 great years,...read more
The Union City Boys competed at the Muncie Central Track Sectional last night. After dealing with two different rain delays the boys were finally able to get the meet going. The team was excited to see what kind of competition they were going to have in their events....read more
RADIOTROY.COM ALL-AREA SOFTBALL TEAM DISCLAIMER: The high school softball season is down to the final week of the regular season. The IHSAA tournament begins next Monday around the state. It’s time for RADIOTROY to honor the players who have had the biggest impact...read more
INDIANA HS BASEBALL SECTIONAL MATCH-UPS-NCC/AREA AT Pendleton Heights WEDNESDAY MAY 22…Richmond vs. Muncie Central. 6:00 THURSDAY MAY 23…Connersville vs. Anderson. 5:30 THURSDAY MAY 23.. Mt. Vernon (Fortville) vs. Greenfield‐Central. 7:30 SATURDAY MAY 25….Pendleton...read more
SPORTSPAGE FRIDAY HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL – NCC/AREA Lafayette Jeff 7 Indianapolis Lutheran 0 East Central 9 Lawrenceburg 2 HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL – NCC/AREA Randolph Southern 8 Cowan 8 (suspended) HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS TENNIS –...read more
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1984: The Edmonton Oilers, featuring one of the highest-scoring offenses in N.H.L. history, ended the Islanders’ four-year Stanley Cup reign with a 5‚2 victory in Game 5 at Northlands Coliseum. Wayne Gretzky showed the way with two goals in the opening period.
1973: Secretariat, who had won the Kentucky Derby two weeks before, made a bold move in the backstretch and thundered home ahead of Sham to win the Preakness Stakes by two and a half lengths in 1 minute 54.25 seconds. The time was two-fifths of a second off the track record and made Secretariat the prohibitive favorite to win the Triple Crown in the Belmont Stakes
1970: Henry Aaron of the Atlanta Braves singled against Wayne Simpson in the first inning of a game against the Cincinnati Reds at Crosley Field for his 3,000th major league hit. Later in the game Aaron walloped his 570th home run off Simpson. Willie Mays and Eddie Murray are the only other players with 3,000 hits and 500 home runs.