Certified Athletic Trainers from Highpoint Health, directed by Beacon Orthopedics, from the four River Town Classic schools were honored with the National Athletic Trainers' Association Safe Sports School Awards during the basketball tournament at South Dearborn High School Friday, Jan. 4. They are, from left: Jennifer Bostic (Highpoint Health athletic training coordinator); athletic trainers Abby Walters (South Dearborn), Clif Willoughby (Switzerland County), Josh Uhlmansiek (Rising Sun), and Brandie Goad (Lawrenceburg); and Dr. David Argo, Beacon Orthopedics medical director. The award recognizes secondary schools that provide safe environments for student athletes. The four high schools are staffed with Certified Athletic Trainers from Highpoint Health, directed by Beacon Orthopedics' Dr. Argo and Dr. Robert Rolf. (Mason J. Uhlmansiek)
HEBRON, Ky. - There's little to be said when a basketball team goes on the road, shooting 15.4 percent in the first half to trail 49-12 en route to a sound 70-33 thrashing.
LAWRENCEBURG - Lawrenceburg High School will induct 14 of the great from Tiger sports history as its first Athletic Hall of Fame class Saturday, Jan.19.
OSGOOD - In a battle of state-ranked girls basketball teams Tuesday night, Lawrenceburg's Class 3A No. 9 Lady Tigers pulled away in the second half to defeat Class A No. 7 Jac-Cen-Del 66-56.
University of Michigan freshman wrestler Mason Parris, removed from the redshirt list for last Thursday’s dual meet at Oregon State, decisioned No. 1-ranked heavyweight senior Pac-12 champion Amar Dhesi 11-4. (UM Athletics)
Michigan's Mason Parris (left) waits out the final seconds of his 11-4 collegiate debut match victory over No. 1-ranked Amar Dhesi at Oregon State University last Thursday night, Jan. 3. The Lawrenceburg native went on to score his first NCAA pin victory at Arizona State Saturday night. (Pac-12 Network)
CORVALLIS, Ore. - The word around the University of Michigan's wrestling program, currently ranked No.