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Stories from Tuesday, April 13, 2004

Ewer leads Eels past Lakers for second straight season (04/13/04)
Clay City's Loni Rhodes threw four innings of one-run ball during Monday's 4-2 victory over Shakamak. JASONVILLE -- Clay City's Angela Ewer is beginning to get the reputation as quite the Laker killer. One year ago, Ewer drove home a game-tying run versus the Lakers and scored the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning. On Monday night, she drilled a double to centerfield that plated two runs in the seventh inning of a 4-2 Clay City victory...
Clay City falls in baseball, take second and third in track opener (04/13/04)
The Clay City Eels opened the 2004 track season with a difficult matchup with perennially strong rival Linton on Monday night. The Miners were victorious in both the girls and boys meets. Linton won the boys meet with 91 points to Clay City's 41 and South Vermillion's 34. In the girls event, the Miners scored 66 points to the Wildcats 50.5 and the Eels 39.5...
Northview drops tennis opener to Quakers (04/13/04)
The Northview Knights dropped a close 3-2 tennis decision to visiting Plainfield on Monday night. After graduating five of seven regulars from last season the Knights got strong efforts from a handful of newcomers who have made the jump to the starting varsity lineup...
MACE MCCULLOUGH (04/13/04)
Mace McCullough, 89, of Farmersburg, Ind., died Sunday, April 11, 2004, at 3:52 p.m. at Harborside Health Care Center. He was born in Clay County on Dec. 8, 1914, the son of J. Daniel McCullough and Mamie Cooprider McCullough. He graduated from Clay City High School...