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Stories from Saturday, January 10, 2009

Balanced Patriots too much for Knights (01/10/09)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor SPENCER -- The Northview Knights found out what many opponents of Owen Valley did in the Pizza Hut Wabash Valley Classic two weeks ago. The Patriots are pretty good. Northview knew that the Patriots had a large front line with 6'7 Cody Vest and 6'5 Dayton Gobert, but perhaps a bit of a surprise in Friday night's WIC contest was the Patriots' perimeter success...
Knights fall in dual wrestling match with Edgewood (01/10/09)
Staff Report ELLETSVILLE -- The Northview wrestling team got one of its injured members back on Thursday night, but it still wasn't enough to overtake Edgewood on its home mat. The Knights returned Kyle McCoy, who was a 34-match winner and semi-state qualifier last year, from a broken leg suffered in football...
Northview girls fall short in WIC battle with Patriots (01/10/09)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor SPENCER -- Northview gave Class 3A 12th-ranked Owen Valley all it could handle for much of Friday's Western Indiana Conference battle. Unfortunately for the Knights, the Patriots had too many weapons and provided just a bit too much pressure for a Northview upset. Owen Valley posted a 63-46 victory to improve to 12-2 overall as the Knights fell to 5-6 overall...
Friday's high school basketball scores (01/10/09)
Friday's Scores By The Associated Press BOYS' BASKETBALL Argos 42, Bethany Christian 26 Attica 83, N. Vermillion 53 Austin 70, N. Harrison 35 Baptist Academy 82, Faith Christian 65 Barr-Reeve 62, Forest Park 48 Bedford N. Lawrence 70, Jennings Co. 34...
Butler holds off Detroit upset bid (01/10/09)
By MICHAEL MAROT AP Sports Writer INDIANAPOLIS -- Butler's Matt Howard was looking for redemption Saturday. After getting into foul trouble in both halves, missing three free throws and giving up an inexplicable late tip-in, Howard delivered when it mattered most...
Hoosiers no match for Illini (01/10/09)
By DAVID MERCER Associated Press Writer CHAMPAIGN, Ill. -- When he saw Illinois guard Trent Meacham set himself to shoot an almost uncontested 3-point shot late in the first half Saturday, Indiana coach Tom Crean grimaced hard. And with good reason. Crean had seen it all before...
Sycamore men upset Illinois State (01/10/09)
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (AP) -- Jordan Printy didn't miss a shot Saturday night, scoring 15 points and leading six Indiana State players in double figures in a 75-70 overtime victory over Illinois State. Printy hit all four of his field goal attempts, three of them 3-pointers, and he made all four of his free throws in the final 40 seconds of overtime to clinch the victory for the Sycamores (4-12, 2-3 Missouri Valley)...
Injuries hamper Purdue in slow Big Ten start (01/10/09)
By CLIFF BRUNT AP Sports Writer WEST LAFAYETTE -- A conference favorite rarely faces a critical game in early January, but injuries to two of Purdue's key players have led to a slow start and given the Boilermakers little room for error. Purdue lost its first two Big Ten games to Illinois and Penn State, and now the No. 14 Boilermakers need a win against Wisconsin on Sunday to remain a strong contender for the title...
Ravens edge past Titans (01/10/09)
By BARRY WILNER AP Football Writer NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- As grudge matches go, this was worthy of the WWE. The Baltimore Ravens survived 13-10 against the Tennessee Titans on Saturday thanks to Matt Stover's 43-yard field goal with 53 seconds remaining...
All Pro Team includes 15 newcomers (01/10/09)
By BARRY WILNER AP Football Writer NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- A changing of the guard -- and tackles and running backs and receivers -- saw 15 first-timers make The Associated Press 2008 NFL All-Pro team announced Friday. While such standbys as three-time NFL Most Valuable Player Peyton Manning and six-time All-Pro Ray Lewis made the squad, there was plenty of room for newcomers. Ten of the 14 offensive players and five of the 13 on defense had never been All-Pros...
Ogilvy keeps lead at Kapalua (01/10/09)
By DOUG FERGUSON AP Golf Writer KAPALUA, Hawaii -- Geoff Ogilvy was in the valley of the 17th hole at Kapalua, a 561-yard hole that drops 100 feet from the tee. That's why he hit a tee shot 415 yards. And that's why he couldn't predict what was going to happen next...
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