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Shiners win 5th straight.

Rising Sun won three games in a 20 hour span to improve to 6-2 on the season. Friday, the Shiners knocked off ORVC foe Milan behind a strong outing by Cody Weaver. Weaver struck out 11 and only gave up one infield hit. On Saturday, the Shiners grabbed two wins from Seaton Catholic in Richmond. The Shiners won

Rising Sun/Oldenburg/South Ripley/Shawe Track Meet

On Thursday, April 17th, the Rising Sun Boy’s and Girl’s track team hosted a 4 way meet. Rising Sun girl track team members who placed during meet: Discus- Whitney Chipman 97’7 first place, Shot put Whitney Chipman 32’5″ First place ,Kenzie Scot 2nd place in 1600m run (5:46) and 3200m run (12:22), Erin Webb 2nd place in 110

Shiners Tame Cats

Wednesday, April 16th the Shiners traveled to Franklin county to battle the Wildcats.  Behind the 3 hit shutout pitching of Tiffany Vinup, and the bats of Sydney Willhite, Alix DeDreu, and Bailee Bostic, the Shiners were victorious by a score of 8-0.  Read the story at:

Linksters Win Home Debut

 The Shiner golfers were victorious over Jac-Cen-Del and Switzerland County in their first home match of the year.  Team scores were Rising Sun 159, Jac-Cen-Del 171, and Switzerland County 219.  Bryce Murray led the team with a 1 over par 35.  Other scores were Brady Murray and Kurtis Armstrong 41, Austin Armstrong, Jordan King, and

Back On Track

The Lady Shiners returned home Monday to host the Southwestern Rebels.  Behind a shutout performance from Alix DeDreu and the bats of Bailee Bostic, Sydney Elliott, and Katie Jackson, they were able to get back on track with a 2-0 win.  Read more at:

Shiners move to 2-0 in the conference

Rising Sun fell behind early against conference foe Southwestern 3-0, but rallied in the bottom of the first to tie the game up on a big two out single by Kurtis Armstrong. Brady Murray had a big day at the plate with two hits and three rbi’s and Cody Weaver picked up the win with

Shiners Blanked by Indians

On Saturday April 12 the Shiners traveled to Pendleton Heights to participate in the Horseshoe Classic.  They were defeated 10-0 in 5 1/3 innings by Lake Central.  The bats were cold, as the Shiners recorded but one hit.   Read more at:

Great Pitching,Great Defense, No Win

In the third and final game of the Horseshoe Classic on Saturday, the Shiners fell to Madison Grant by a score of 2-1.  Tiffany Vinup pitched a gem, leading 1-0 through 5 innings.  But Madison Grant took a 2 run lead that the Shiners failed to overcome. Read more at:

Shiners Nipped by Dogs

The second game of the Horshoe Classic saw the Shiners face the Bulldogs from Columbus North High School.  Rising Sun took a 2 run lead to the last inning, but was unable to hold on for the win.  The Shiners had the winning run 60 feet away in the bottom of the 7th with none

Vote for Lady Shiner Softball

Prep Sports Indiana has a ‘Team of the Week’ competition and the Rising Sun Softball team has been nominated this week. Go to the following web link to vote: Vote Here for the Lady Shiners