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Freshmen Boys Basketball vs. Western Boone

Freshman boys basketball team defeated Western Boone 38-26.  Evan McGill led the team with 14 points and Harry Whiteman pitched in 9 points.  Their record is 3-0 and will play Central Catholic at home tonight at 6:00.

Away From The Hive

Check out our new feature.  “Away From The Hive” Maps and directions to schools that are away from the hive.

Harlem Wizards

On April 1st the Education Foundation will be hosting the Harlem Wizards at Rossville High School.  We need 25 alumni basketball players to volunteer to play.  Contact Sharma in the Athletic Office if you are interested.

8th Grade Boys Basketball

MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS Hornets drop two games The Rossville eighth grade boys’ basketball team lost two recent games to Central Catholic and Carroll. The Hornets lost to Central Catholic 41-33 and Carroll 57-26. In the A-game against Central Catholic, Ronin Green led Rossville with 19 points. Dawson Jacoby added seven. In the B-game, Rossville lost

Cross Country

We have some very exciting news to announce today !! The IATCCC announced their all state cross country runners today. Your Hornets were well represented. The individuals selected are based on their Regional performances. They select the top 12 from each class and that is your All-State First team then select an additional 12 for

Boys Basketball Kitchen Classic

Bulldogs, Hornets fall at Kitchen Classic: Clinton Central, Rossville boys’ team finish 2nd, 4th at tournament Posted: Sunday, December 8, 2013 8:00 pm BY JIMMY GILLISPIE DELPHI – After competitive, hard-fought games on Friday night, the Clinton Central and Rossville boys’ basketball teams lost their final games of the Indiana Kitchen Classic Saturday. In

Wrestling Duals

WRESTLING Hornets close to sweeping duals Despite forfeiting a couple of weight classes, the Rossville wrestling team was a match or two away from winning all five of its duals Saturday at Maconaquah. The Hornets beat 3-of-5 teams at the meet. They beat Lapel (50-21), Tri-Central (51-22) and Marion (52-21). The Hornets were defeated by

Boys Basketball Kitchen Classic

Bulldogs advance to title game; Hornets fall in 2OT   Posted: Saturday, December 7, 2013 7:00 am BY JIMMY GILLISPIE DELPHI – Saturday’s Indiana Kitchen Classic championship almost became a battle of Clinton County opponents. Just one more point was needed – twice – to make that happen. However, only one local school advanced