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LHS drops first game of season against Flora, 7-1
LAWRENCEVILLE - The Lawrenceville High School baseball team kicked off the 2018 season on Friday at home against the Flora Wolves. The Tribe would score in the first inning, but would be held scoreless for the remainder of the game and go on to lose, 7-1.

LAWRENCEVILLE - On Thursday evening the Red Hill High School softball team made its way across the county to face the homestanding Lawrenceville Lady Indians in a cross-county match-up that would prove to be a thrilling game down to the very end. When all was said and done, Lawrenceville stood victorious, winning by a final score of 4-3.
Indians eager to improve on last year
LAWRENCEVILLE - The weather is certainly not indicative, but the spring season begins in under a week, and with that comes a whole new wave of sports around the Little Illini Conference. Among the teams setting the table for the 2018 season is Lawrenceville High School's softball team, under the direction of Randy Lynch for the second time.
Salukis set to open season in Robinson
BRIDGEPORT - Spring is quickly approaching, though the weather may be behind the 8-ball. Soon the trees will be blooming, the grass will be growing and baseball season will be in full swing.
Salukis celebrate 2018 awards night
BRIDGEPORT - After a somewhat disappointing 13-15 campaign, the Red Hill High School boys basketball team, joined with friends and family, gathered in the RHHS cafeteria to debrief the 2017-2018 season and acknowledge stand-out players with a plethora of awards.
Lady Indians host 2018 awards night
LAWRENCEVILLE - The Lawrenceville High School girls basketball team finished the year at 10-18 following a 51-34 regional loss against Fairfield in Tad Shick's first year as head coach of the team. It may not have ended on a good note, but it was a successful season nonetheless.
Jones signs with Roosevelt University to play catcher
VINCENNES, Ind. - It takes a lot of hard work, some inherent skill and a dash of luck to continue a sports career at the collegiate level. It takes even more work, skill and luck to sign on with a college for a sport not offered by your high school.


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