Rossville Girls 8th Grade Basketball

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All-County Girls’ Basketball

  Posted: Tuesday, February 24, 2015 11:00 pm All-county girls’ basketball: Kirby named POY BY ANTHONY VENCE avence@ftimes.com www.chronicle-tribune.com All four Clinton County varsity girls’ basketball coaches nominated players from their own team for this year’s all-county team. Once all nominations were made, coaches then ranked the nominated players from other county schools. Each time

Girls’ basketball season wrap-up

  Posted: Wednesday, February 18, 2015 8:11 pm Season of improvement: Girls’ basketball season wrap-up BY ANTHONY VENCE avence@ftimes.com www.chronicle-tribune.com Rossville The Hornets finished the season 8-16 and finished third in the Hoosier Heartland Conference with a 1-4 record. Rossville earned its first sectional win in five years by defeating Frontier in the opening round

Lady Hornets beat Falcons

Posted: Tuesday, February 10, 2015 10:53 pm Hornets beat Falcons BY ALEXA HOPKINS sports@ftimes.com www.chronicle-tribune.com ROSSVILLE – The Rossville Hornets beat the Frontier Falcons 61-31 Tuesday night to move on to the next round of Class 1A Sectionals. Rossville freshman Maggie Deboy led the Hornets with 21 points and sophomore Keely Criswell followed with 14

Lady Hornets lose close one to Delphi

BY ANTHONY VENCE avence@ftimes.com www.chronicle-tribune.com ROSSVILLE – The 1A Rossville Hornets kept it close the entire game, but the No. 17 2A Delphi Oracles came away with a 48-44 victory in Tuesday’s non-conference girls’ basketball game. Delphi’s defensive pressure forced Rossville turnovers early in the game, which helped lead to a 5-0 Oracle advantage. The

Lady Hornets Dominate Eagles

Hornets dominate Eagles – www.chronicle-tribune.com: Frankfort Times BY ANTHONY VENCE avence@ftimes.com www.chronicle-tribune.com ROSSVILLE – A dominant all-around performance led the Rossville Hornets to a 54-10 win over the Faith Christian Eagles during Tuesday’s non-conference girls’ basketball game. After a scoreless opening two minutes, the Eagles hit a 2-pointer to take the lead. Rossville quickly answered

Lady Hornets sting Bulldogs

  Hornets sting Bulldogs: Rossville beats CC 64-34 Posted: Thursday, December 11, 2014 10:05 pm Hornets sting Bulldogs: Rossville beats CC 64-34 BY ANTHONY VENCE avence@ftimes.com www.chronicle-tribune.com ROSSVILLE – The Rossville Hornets earned their first conference win in two years after defeating the Clinton Central Bulldogs 64-34 Thursday night. The Bulldogs played strong defense in

Hornets lose in OT

Posted: Tuesday, December 9, 2014 11:29 pm | Updated: 10:29 am, Wed Dec 10, 2014. Hornets lose in OT BY ANTHONY VENCE avence@ftimes.com www.chronicle-tribune.com ROSSVILLE – A hard fought battle between the Rossville Hornets and the Caston Comets ended in overtime with the Comets on top 42-36 Tuesday night. With 12.8 seconds remaining in the

Hornet Basketball Weekly Review

  BY ANTHONY VENCE avence@ftimes.com Boys’ basketball Howard sinks 41 points in Rossville win The Rossville boys’ basketball team defeated Faith Christian 77-71 in the opening round of the Indiana Kitchen Classic Tuesday at Delphi. Senior Clayton Howard had a team-high 41 points for Rossville, making 17 out of 23 field goals. He also made

Clayton Howard 2nd Team All County

Clayton Howard Rossville junior While the three starting seniors took most of the fame and attention from defenses, Howard wasn’t a player that opponents could sleep on. During many games late in the season, he would score six or eight points during the opening minutes as he often found himself open under the basket. He

Et Brenneman 2nd Team All County

ET Brenneman Rossville senior As the Hornets tall, lanky point guard, Brenneman nearly averaged a double-double with stats similar to a post player. He led the team in rebounding, assists and blocks, while earning himself a second First Team All-HHC selection. Brenneman averaged 11.7 points, 9.0 rebounds, 5.1 assists, 1.2 steals and 1.6 blocks per