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Lady Spartan Tennis defeats conference rival East Central 3-2

Sport Tennis Varsity Girls Place Points 3 Game Recap The Lady Spartans finished their conference regular season with a victory against East Central tonight with a score of 3-2. Winning for CHS was Sally Wilhoite at 1 singles, Halley Crum at 2 singles, and continuing a 6 match win streak, Caitlin Boggs and Brittany Gabbard

Lady Spartan Tennis downs Union County 3-2

Sport Tennis Varsity Girls Place Points 3 Game Recap The Lady Spartan tennis team completed its sweep of Sectional opponents tonight beating Union County 3-2. Winning for the Spartans were Sally Wilhoite at 1 singles, Morgan Geise at 3 singles, and the 1 doubles duo of Caitlin Boggs and Brittany Gabbard. CHS is now 6-7

Connersville High School Baseball Varsity falls to Mt Vernon High School 0-3

Sport Baseball Varsity Home Score 3 Away Score 0 Game Recap The Spartans were defeated by Mt. Vernon 3-0. Adam Smith and Brandon Hobbs each had two hits while Cooper Cox had one. The Spartans are back in action tomorrow as they host East Central. Box Scores Box Score: 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th

Connersville High School Softball Varsity falls to East Central High School 4-8

Sport Softball Varsity Home Score 8 Away Score 4 Game Recap Emily Reese, Makayla Shirkey and Mariah Spivey each had a hit, Kelsey Rader had 2 singles. Destiny Ruch came in to pitch in the 3rd. Destiny really great job keeping them unbalanced. Box Scores Box Score: 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th


The EIAC track meet will be held at Rushville this coming Thursday.  Field events start at 5:30 PM with time trials for the running events slated to begin at 6:15 PM. For any fans planning on attending, please see below for parking instructions. Fan parking will be what is left in the middle school parking

Spartan Boys Golf finish 9th at Batesville Invitational

CHS Boys Golf Team battle the wind and rain conditions down at Hillcrest CC in Batesville on Saturday to finish in a tie for 9th place. The tournament was shortened to nine holes after a couple of rain delays and the course was ruled unplayable. Columbus North ranked #1 in the state topped the field with