Rising Sun Boys Freshman Basketball

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Weather Causes Adjustments to Rivertown Schedule

Mother Nature has decided it is time for her to win a Rivertown Classic. For the first 16 years, the Rivertown Classic has been very fortunate to have very few problems with the weather, but snow has forced a cancellation of the boys opening round. The boys opening round will now take place tomorrow evening

Shiners Struggle Against Tough Competition at Graber Post Tournament

The Rising Sun boys basketball team lost all 3 games they played at the always tough Graber Post Tournament at North Daviess High School. The Shiners lost their opening game to the host and class 1A #10 ranked North Daviess 56-43. The Shiners dropped the second game to a very athletic and tall Princeton team

Basketball Teams Traveling Over the Holidays

The boys and girls basketball teams will be participating in tournaments over Christmas break once again. Both teams will be making a return trip to the same tournaments they participated in last year. The Lady Shiners will journey to the northwest side of Indianapolis where they will be looking to repeat as champions of the

Shiners Battle to the End but Fall Short for Ruler of the River

One thing you can almost always count on is when Rising Sun and Switzerland County face each other on the basketball court, it’s usually going to go down to the wire. Friday night’s game definitely played out that way with 32 minutes not being enough to decide a winner. The Shiners and Pacers ended regulation

Shiners Draw Tigers in Rivertown Classic

The Rising Sun boys and girls basketball teams will play Lawrenceburg in the opening round of the 2017 Rivertown Classic. Switzerland County will face the host South Dearborn in the first game for both girls and boys at 6 PM. The Rising Sun – Lawrenceburg game will follow after the first game. All varsity games

Shiner “C” Team Loses to East Central

The boys “C” team was scheduled to have a game last night with Jac-Cen-Del. Jac-Cen-Del was not able to field a “C” team this year and were forced to cancel their “C” team season. The good news is the Shiners were able to find another opponent to host. The bad news is that the opponent

Shiners Lose to Cougars

The Shiner boys held a late lead but could not hold on down the stretch as South Decatur came from behind to defeat the Shiners 60-57. Rising Sun had one last chance to try to tie the game with 2.5 seconds left. Brent Turner inbounded the ball from underneath South Decatur’s basket and threw a

“C” Team Plays Hard but Drops First Two

The Shiner boys “C” team opened up their season at South Ripley on November 21st with a 37-28 loss to the Raiders. The team played their home opener vs. Milan on November 30th. The Indians won that game 30-18. The team will host East Central next Tuesday at 6 PM. This game was originally scheduled

Neaman Checks Out After 52 Years

Rising Sun boys basketball will go on, but it will never be the same as Virgil Neaman officially retired during the offseason after 52 years of keeping the scorebook for Rising Sun boys basketball. During the 52 year stint, Neaman only missed a hand full of games. Coaches and players came and gone, but one

Shiner Boys Lose First Two

The Rising Sun boys basketball team opened up play during Thanksgiving week with a pair of games vs. South Dearborn for the season opener at home last Tuesday and at South Ripley last Saturday. The young Shiner squad played hard in both games, but the more experienced Knights and Raiders were able to prevail. South