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  • LADY LIONS AT HOLIDAY CLASSIC
    MIDDLEBURY - The Lady Lions competed in the Interra Classic at Northridge High School over the break. The classic included eight teams from around the state split into two pools. Rushville came out on top in pool B after going 2-1 and earning a spot in the championship game with the host Northridge Lady Raiders.
  • LIONS EARN SECOND VICTORY, BUT FALL IN THE FINAL
    ST. LEON - Rushville Lions' boys basketball played in the East Central Tournament last week and earned their second win of the season in the opening game, facing off with the Holmes Bulldogs of Covington, Kentucky. A 63-58 victory for RCHS placed them into the championship with East Central, whom the Lions will face again this Friday. The Trojans earned the victory in the tournament final with a 52-37 win, giving the Lions their seventh loss of the season and ending their two-game win streak.
  • LIONS FARE WELL AT CLASSIC
    Rushville wrestling had a nice showing at Connersville's Spartan Classic over the break. The Lions were 14th after day one among 32 schools, scoring 67 points. The team slipped to 20th by the end with 75 pts.
  • Indy-area teams strong at semistate
    SHELBYVILLE - Schools from the Indianapolis metro and surrounding “donut” counties peppered the leaderboard at Saturday morning’s cross country semistate at Shelbyville’s Blue River Park.
  • LIONS END SEASON AGAINST BATESVILLE
    The Batesville Bulldogs advanced to the second round of Sectional 31 after defeating Rushville 48-26 last Friday. BHS, now 6-4, will face Brownstown Central (10-0) this Friday at the “Dawg Pound.”
  • The Rushville Saucer Tossers win the war on 44
    The Rushville Saucer Tossers played the Connersville Park Rangers on Saturday, Sept. 18 and brought home the win. 
  • High scoring “War” goes to Spartans
    The “War on 44” pitted the Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference cellar dwellers Rushville and Connersville in a rivalry battle that turned into a shootout on Rushville’s homecoming night.
  • Two hard-fought games for RCHS Soccer
    The Rushville boys soccer team traveled to Centerville Sept. 2. The Lions played well, coming away with a 1-1 tie. 
  • Lions shut out at Batesville Homecoming
    BATESVILLE - Rushville’s offensive inconsistencies continued Friday as the Lions failed to score for the second week in a row. Harper Miller was at quarterback and junior Matthew Komlanc was in the lineup at halfback for their second consecutive starts. The combo, however, failed to move the ball against a stingy Bulldog defense. Batesville, on the other hand, had no trouble scoring on homecoming night in a 44-0 rout.
  • Lions place 1st, 2nd at Union City
    Rushville cross country had an excellent showing at the Union City Invitational Sept. 4 as the boys were crowned champs and the girls took runner-up. The Lion boys with varsity season bests edged sectional favorite Centerville by 2 points (36-38) while the Lady Lions were second to the stellar Bulldogs, 33-62.
  • Rushville beaten in rare Saturday game
    Friday night’s festivities were cut short at Hinshaw Field due to evening storms causing a power outage, so the game was delayed 24 hours.
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  • Neighboring Knightstown experiences regional
    Mason Muncy walked up to the plate. He’s tall with dark curly hair sticking out under his helmet. “This is my last high school at-bat in high school. Give me a fast ball down the middle,” he said to the catcher.
  • Lions place 4th at Richmond sectional
    RICHMOND – The Rushville Lions’ boys golf season came to an end Monday at Richmond Elks Lodge and Country Club as the team was unable to crack the top three needed for advancement to regional. RCHS fought through a soggy course and an early afternoon shower to finish in fourth place among a dozen competing schools.
  • Around the Horn
    LION BASEBALL
    The Rushville Lions fell to Lawrenceburg April 19, 11-1. Rushville managed only two hits off Tiger pitcher Ethan Weimer, who also struck out 16 batters.
    Harley Fuller collected both Rushville hits and scored the only Lion run. Adam Sizemore started on the hill and suffered the loss. Kameron Morton also pitched in relief.
  • The Rushville Lady Lions’ tennis team traveled south to Lawrenceburg for a match against the Lady Tigers Thursday. Rushville entered the matchup with a team record of 2-5. The home team entered the day with a record of 5-2. Unfortunately for the Lady Lions, the team’s four-match skid continued into five.
  • Rushville sweeps track meet
    The Rushville co-ed track/field teams each won a 3-way meet Thursday hosted by Waldron, despite chilly conditions. The girls won with 68 points while the boys romped with 97 tallies. Madison Shawe also competed.
  • On Friday April 16th,2021, the Indiana State Police responded to a rural Henry County farm to investigate the death of a New Castle woman.
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Wednesday, January 19, 2022
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Indiana Commission to Combat Drug Abuse
Indiana’s Commission to Combat Drug Abuse will meet virtually Friday morning. At the meeting, Executive Director for Drug Prevention, Treatment and Enforcement Douglas Huntsinger and other commission members will discuss continued efforts related to the drug crisis. Chairman Huntsinger will make an announcement.
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