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All Teams Schedule: Week of Sep 17 – Sep 23

Sep 17 Boys Varsity Soccer vs. Jac-Cen-Del High School Jac-Cen-Del High School 5:00 pm | Rising Sun High School Sep 18 Boys Middle School Soccer at Switzerland County Middle School Switzerland County Middle School 4:30 pm | Switzerland County Middle School Sep 18 Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball at South Dearborn High School South Dearborn High

Lady Shiners fall to Rival Lady Pacers

The Lady Shiners took the pitch Tuesday evening against conference rival Switzerland County. The Lady Shiners and Lady Pacers both sat at the top of the conference standings and both teams knew the importance of the match. Lady Pacers came out with explosive energy scoring 2 goals within 5 minutes of the whistle. The Lady

Rising Sun Boys Soccer ties Oldenburg

Tie Oldenburg 1-1 Rising Sun settles at 5-2-1 Rising Sun welcomed #1 in Class 1A Oldenburg Academy. A well-played game by both teams, found a well-deserved tie for both teams. Oldenburg opened the scoring shortly after a Jake Bovard volley following a cross from Kendall Montgomery hit the cross bar. Oldenburg goal came after a

Lady Shiners Volleyball defeat Jac Cen Del

The Lady Shiners traveled to Jac Cen Del for a night of volleyball action. The Shiner varsity team posted a win in 3 sets by scores of 25-12 25-15 and 28-26. Congratulations to the varsity squad. Abby Wallace had a strong night serving. She went 15 /16 with 5 aces. Danyka Groover led the team

Shiners Compete at Southwestern Invite

The Shiner Cross-Country team competed at the Southwestern Invitational (formerly the Pre-ORVC meet) on Thursday, September 6th. The runners completed the 5 kilometer race at Hanover College. Running first for the Shiners was Dalton Vinup with a fourth place finish. Freshmen Grant Taylor ran closely behind Vinup for most of the race until he dropped

Lady Shiners Volleyball defeated on the Road

Tuesday evening the Shiner Volleyball team traveled to Southwestern to take on the conference rivals. The Shiners were coming off a big week, last week going 3-0. Unfortunately,  they could not carry over the energy from those wins.  They got off to a slow start, and dug a big deficit, losing the first 2 sets:

Lady Shiners beat Rival Pacers 4-2

Thursday night the Lady Shiners faced their crosstown rivals, the Lady Pacers. The Lady Shiners offense attacked quickly with 5 shots and 7 corners, with 1 of the shots by Kinsey Price finding the back of the net giving the Lady Shiners a 1-0 lead. As the Lady Shiners attacks continued this allowed the Pacers