Over 600 competitors ran in Saturday's seventh annual Tame the Terrain (T3) that featured 25 obstacles. There were also obstacle courses for youth ages 4-7 and 8-12. Proceeds from T3 entry fees went to support youth activities at St. Mary's, St. Ann and St. Joseph Catholic Churches in Jennings County. Pictured is Ashley Larson as she poses for her adoring fans after she climbs the haystack on her way to the end of the Tame the Terrain obstacle course.-Staff Photo by Katy Dudzik
Damon Bailey, who attracted more interest than any player in Indiana high school basketball history during his storybook career at Bedford North Lawrence High School in the late 1980s, is among 12 individuals who will be inducted in the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) National High School Hall of Fame on Sunday, June, 30 at the JW Marriott in Indianapolis.
Patricia Henney, a 2019 Jennings County High School graduate who recently received a scholarship from Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College, a liberal arts college near Terre Haute, looks forward to her new life at a new school.
For the second time this year, it was cart paths only for the Men's Tuesday Leaguers at St. Annes Golf Course. Unlike the Thursday Leaguers, however, the golfers in this "dry" loop - though not "dry" (ahem) in another sense of the word - have not had a rainout all season long.
When he made the turn with a 6-over-par 42 in Thursday's Providence Regional, Bryce Kirchner of Jennings County looked like he had no chance of making the cut for the high school boys golf state finals.