North Carolina State University Center Fielder Brett Williams was caught on camera making a one-handed catch before landing with an acrobatic midair cartwheel against the New Mexico State Aggies.
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Seniors help put Kings back on winning track
On Friday, Lewis Cass’ boys basketball team spent a major bulk of the day at its at the corporation’s elementary schools, spending time with wide-eyed youngsters shooting hoops and signing autographs.
End of the road for Cass
The Lewis Cass boys basketball squad possessed this season an unparalleled ability to turn what should have been areas of deficiency into its biggest strengths.
Cass seniors lead charge back to boys hoops prominence
The Class 2A boys basketball final four is loaded with 20-win teams. No. 7-ranked Lewis Cass (22-2) and Westview (22-4) will meet in the northern semistate on Saturday at Huntington and No. 1 Park Tudor (22-4) and No. 2 Clarksville (23-2) will meet in the southern semistate on Saturday at Seymour.
Sports briefs: Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2014
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Caston handles South Newton
Facing a South Newton squad that had given up 52 points per game coming into Friday, coach Chris Ulerick made the decision to go back to the basics offensively, placing his senior quarterback under center and committing to the smash-mouth running style of the basic wing-T. Coupled with a few personnel changes, the move worked as the Comets pulled away from the Rebels for a 34-20 victory.
Winamac rocks North Judson
Class A No. 3-ranked Winamac stayed undefeated at 7-0 with a 30-13 win over North Judson (2-5) on Friday night.
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