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Tennis Sectional Update

Owen Valley beat Northview and advances to play Greencastle tonight at 6:00p. Due to pending weather tonight’s matches have been moved to DePauw Univ (inside courts). South Putnam vs South Vermillion at 4:30 and our match to follow around 6:00p. Good Luck T C Tennis!

Boys Basketball Call Out …

Greencastle HS Boys Basketball Call out meeting: Varsity Basketball Coach Troy Greenlee is holding a basketball call out meeting for prospective players and their parents the evening of October 7 at 7:30pm in McAnnally Center.  Coach Greenlee will be covering important information regarding conditioning workouts, shoe ordering, and try-outs.  If you can’t attend, please contact Coach Greenlee

Wednesday with Wooden

“People want to believe you are sincerely interested in them as persons, not just for what they can do for you.  You can’t fake it.  If you don’t mean it, they know it – just as you’d know if someone were pretending to be interested in you.” ~John Wooden

Greencastle High School Volleyball Varsity beats Turkey Run High School 3-0

Sport Volleyball Varsity Home Score 3 Away Score 0 Game Recap The Cubs swept Turkey Run in tonight’s match. The girls started off slow in each set, but fought hard in the second half of the sets to pull through with the victory. The Cubs were led by Quinci Miller with 11 kills and Jessica

Boys’ Tennis Sectional Info.

The Tiger Cubs Tennis program drew the bye and will play the winner of the Northview – Owen Valley match on Thursday, Oct. 3 @ 6:00 pm. following the South Putnam vs South Vermillion match  4:30 pm. The Sectional will be hosted by Northview High School in Brazil. Good Luck Tiger Cubs Tennis!  

Greencastle High School Volleyball Varsity falls to Danville High School 1-3

Sport Volleyball Varsity Home Score 3 Away Score 1 Game Recap The Tiger Cubs lost a competitive match to Danville in tonight’s match-up. The Cubs offence was led by Quinci Miller with 6 kills, Jessica Lenihan with 5 kills, and Taylor Stoltey with 25 assists. On defense, Taylor Stoltey added 15 digs and Delanie Stoltey


IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (9-30-13) “Promoting education-based athletics in Indiana.” Having self-control and avoiding selfish actions should be important to every athlete.  In a recent college football game a running back for top-ranked Alabama was issued an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty after a touchdown celebration and drew criticism from his coach. Nick Saban, coach of the two-time defending