VEEDERSBURG, Ind. — Big wins in the higher weights were key as the Covington wrestling team beat Fountain Central 42-39 on Thursday

BLOOMINGTON — The Danville girls basketball team took the lead early and did not let up as they beat Bloomington 63-55 on Tuesday in Big Twelve Conference action.

VEEDERSBURG, Ind. — It was a battle between two short-handed teams when Fountain Central hosted Westville in boys’ basketball on Friday.

BISMARCK — No girls basketball team from Bismarck-Henning/Rossville-Alvin had been able to beat Schlarman Academy in the past five years.

DANVILLE — Junior guard Erin Houpt scored 11 of her game-high 33 points in the fourth quarter but it wasn’t enough for the Danville Vikings in their home opener.

PREP BOYS BASKETBALL At St. Joseph Toyota of Danville Classic

CAYUGA, Ind. – It is early in the season, but the Seeger girls’ basketball team finds itself on top of the Wabash River Conference after defeating North Vermillion 34-27 on the Falcons’ home floor.

DANVILLE — The Danville Vikings have dreams of playing for a state championship at Carver Arena in Peoria.

LINCOLN — Some lessons are easy to teach, while the others have to be taught the hard way.

DANVILLE — Led by senior point guard Drew Reifsteck, the Bismarck-Henning boy’s basketball team took home the championship in the annual Topper Classic after finishing with a clean 4-0 record.

CANCUN — Schlarman Academy alum Anaya Peoples had 19 points with nine rebounds and three steals as the Notre Dame women’s basketball team ended the Cancun Challenge on a high note on Saturday with a 67-51 win over No. 21 South Florida.

LINCOLN — Thanksgiving tournament games are opportunities for coaches and players to learn about their team in a competitive environment.

LINCOLN — Outscoring your opponents is always a good thing in basketball.

LINCOLN — Almost seven months to the date of a massive knee injury that nearly cost Danville junior Tevin Smith his junior season, the 6-foot-4 forward not only returned to the court in a competitive contest, but he showed no ill effects.

LINCOLN — It wasn’t the prettiest of beginnings, but the Durrell Robinson era at Danville High School started with a 72-61 victory over Champaign Centennial at the Lincoln/Eaton Thanksgiving Tournament.