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Instant classic

Instant classic

Twenty miles of curvy back roads separate the communities of Goshen and Jack. Read more

Lady Trojans fall to Smiths Station in extra innings

Seven innings just wasn’t enough to settle the game between the Charles Henderson Lady Trojans and Smiths Station Lady Panthers Tuesday night. Read more

Goshen uses long ball to power past Pike County, 19-5

Goshen uses long ball to power past Pike County, 19-5

The Goshen Lady Eagles used a 10-run first inning, and home runs from Lizzie Galloway and Katie Thomas, to rout cross-county rival Pike County 19-5 ... Read more

Troy recreation league baseball, softball celebrate Opening Day

Monday afternoon in Milwaukee the Braves played the Brewers. On Monday evening, the Braves played the Red Sox in Troy…sort of. March 31 not only ... Read more

Trojans for life

Trojans for life

Smartt, Hartley right at home playing in front of familiar faces Taylor Smartt and Becca Hartley don’t need to remind each other of the situation ... Read more

  1. CHHS softball drops pair of games at Carbon Hill tourney
  2. Making progress
  3. McCollough: Opening Day should be recognized as national holiday
  4. Wednesday Romp
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McCollough: NCAA deserves pat on the back for finally doing something right

Shabazz Napier griped. The world listened. Read more

This ain’t your granddad’s golf tournament

On my list of “sports to watch” golf is down the list a ways. It is sandwiched between UFC and soccer (albeit miles ahead of ... Read more

McCollough: Instant replay will get the call right, save managers some cash

If you watched a baseball game on Opening Day you were part of history whether you realized it or not. Read more

McCollough: Opening Day should be recognized as national holiday

I will never forget the trip to my first, and thus far only, Opening Day. Read more

How good would the baseball team be if Troy had only one high school?

Just two miles separate Butch Austin Field and Hogan’s Hole. Read more