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BOYS SECTIONAL SWIMMING AT NEW PALESTINE

BOYS SWIMMING SECTIONAL FINALS 1 Greenfield Central                      453.5 2 Mount Vernon                              409 3 Richmond                                      271 4 new Palestine                               269 5...

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TAYLOR leads Wright State to win

(WRIGHT STATE RELEASE) On Saturday afternoon, the Wright State women's basketball team rebounded against the Northern Kentucky Norse, winning 78-56 at WSU's Nutter Center. The win moved the Raiders to 20-6 overall and 11-2 in the Horizon League.  It marks the sixth...

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Indiana stumbles at Minnesota

INDIANA MEN’S BASKETBALL (IU RELEASE) MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. -- Archie Miller coached from a knee. He had just seen Minnesota hit its 12th three-point of the game. A blow-out loss was winding down and answers remained as elusive as a rainbow's pot of gold. A timeout came,...

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RADIOTROY/SUBWAY SPORTSPAGE FEBRUARY 17

          BOYS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL-NCC/AREA Richmond 81 Anderson 62 Kokomo 66 Fort Wayne North 48 Connersville 52 Lawrenceburg 40 Knightstown 58 Hagerstown 49 OT Randolph Southern 57 Tri 46 Greenwood 43 Mount Vernon 30 Monroe Central 68...

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RADIOTROY/SUBWAY SPORTSPAGE FEBRUARY 16

          INDIANA BOYS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL-NCC/AREA Tech 69, Logansport 67 Kokomo 71, Anderson 57 Lafayette Jeff 71, Richmond 56 Marion 87, Harrison 77 Central 68, McCutcheon 47 Northeastern 49, Winchester 32 Seton Catholic 85, Lincoln 60...

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RADIOTROY/SUBWAY SPORTSPAGE FEBRUARY 15

          BOYS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL TONIGHT-NCC/AREA Tech at Logansport , 7:30 pm Kokomo at Anderson, 7:30 pm Lafayette Jeff at Richmond, 8 pm Marion at Harrison, 7:30 pm McCutcheon at Central, 7:30 pm Centerville at Tri, 7:30 pm Seton...

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1951: The biggest point-shaving scandal in college basketball history began when three players from City College of New York, the defending national champion, were charged with accepting bribes to fix games. They eventually admitted their involvement, as did 29 other players from six schools, including the powerhouse University of Kentucky.

1978: A gun sounded for the first Ironman Triathlon on Waikiki Beach, in Hawaii. John Collins, a Navy commander, created and named the event-a 2.4 ocean swim, followed immediately by a 112-mile bike race and a full 26.2-mile marathon. There were 15 starters and 12 finishers; Gordon Haller, a Honolulu cabdriver, was the winner in 11 hours 46 minutes.

 

1944      After getting permission from his parents and high school principal, 15 year-old Joe Nuxhall, a Hamilton, Ohio native, signs a contract with the Reds a day after playing in a high school basketball game. The not so old “Ol’ Left-hander” will become the youngest player ever to appear in a major league game, tossing 2/3 of an inning for Cincinnati in June, 49 days before his sixteenth birthday.