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Stories from Thursday, October 7, 2004

Pugh fourth in WIC meet, girls place fourth (10/07/04)
- Boys' team places fifth at WIC meet The Edgewood Mustangs provided a dominating effort in claiming the 2004 WIC boys cross country crown, outdistancing second place Brown County by 23 points. The Mustangs took the top three individual spots, led by race winner Paul Weakley's 16:55, and placed their top five runners all in the top six spots to score just 17 team points ahead of the Eagles' 40...
Knights dominate in volleyball (10/07/04)
Northview won their fifth match in a row on Monday night to set themselves up for a big match versus Owen Valley tonight that will determine the Western Indiana Conference volleyball champion. On Monday, the Knights defeated visiting South Putnam in three sets, 25-7, 25-21, 25-12 as Casey Challandes propelled the Knights from the service line with 16 points and six aces. Lottie King added seven points along with a team-high 15 kills and three blocks against the Eagles...
Clay City Junior High harriers third at SWIAC (10/07/04)
The Clay City Junior High cross country teams earned a pair of third places in the Southwestern Indiana Conference Meet with the boys' team finishing behind Shakamak's 45 and Eastern's 55 points. The Eels scored 83 points to beat out Bloomfield, White River Valley and both Linton and North Davies who did not field a complete team...
Northview clinches WIC volleyball championship (10/07/04)
Emotions were high following Wednesday's volleyball game at Northview High School. The reason? The Knights earned the Western Indiana Conference championship outright with a three set thumping of visiting Owen Valley that completed an unbeaten WIC slate for the Knights...
Knights getting defensive (10/07/04)
-Knights find success built on solid defensive foundation - Defense wins championships is the old adage that has been passed down to football coaches at all levels of competition. Shut down on oppositions ability to move the ball, they can't score on you and victories will ensue...
JOAN MARGARET HOCKMAN (10/07/04)
Joan Margaret Hockman, 67, of Clay City died at 7:53 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2004, in Union Hospital in Terre Haute. Born Feb. 17, 1937, in Clay County, she was the daughter of Ralph Glenn Love and Mable Louise Burris Love. She was a homemaker and L.P.N. ...
PIA MONIKA LOVETT (10/07/04)
Pia Monika Lovett, died at 5:45 a.m., Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2004, in Cloverleaf Healthcare Facility. She had been in failing health for a short time. Born in Hindenberg, Germany, on Dec. 18, 1925, she was the daughter of Paul and Hatefish Mazurek. She was a homemaker and enjoyed cooking traditional German foods for her family and friends. She was a member of Annunciation Church...
LELAND MAX ZURCHER (10/07/04)
Leland Max Zurcher, 77, of Clay City died Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2004, in Holly Hills Healthcare. He was known as a hard worker and for his farming. He operated a farm with his son, Jan, and was a member of Farm Bureau and the Clay City First United Church of Christ...