December 9, 2009 RSS feed / Sports

Carroll County Youth Soccer League

Tournament champions and runners-up

U12/U14 champion The red team, coached by Greg McCarty, was the U12/U14 tournament champion. More...

Lady Oracles escape with win over Bulldogs

The collective sigh of relief coming from the team bus Saturday afternoon as it pulled out of Michigantown was almost audible as the Delphi Lady Oracles were extremely relieved to leave town with a 51-46 victory over Clinton Central.   More...

Lady Cougars pounce on Praire’s Gophers

Carroll’s Lady Cougars were at Clinton Prairie last week for their sixth game of the season. CP entered with a 3-1 record, some height in 6’0’ April Farley and thoughts of avenging two losses to the Cougars last year. More...

DCHS swim teams take two wins each

The DCHS girls swim team evened their record to 2- 2 by beating Pioneer 138-26 and Central Catholic 119-56. The Oracle boys opened their season with two wins, over Pioneer 101-73 and over Central Catholic 97-79.   More...

Turnovers and poor shooting cost Cougars at Tri County

Carroll let another game get away Saturday night at Tri County. The host Cavaliers (1- 1) edged the Cougars (0-2) 42- 40. More...

Richardson sets new swim, invitational records

Carroll swimmers had an outstanding day at the recent Maconaquah Invitational.   Senior Brock Richardson broke two school records dating back to 1966. More...

Carroll student receives Lugar leadership award

Carroll Junior-Senior High School student Andrew Miller is the recipient of the 2009 Richard G. Lugar Distinguished Student Leadership Award. More...

2nd-ranked Tipton too much for Oracles

Going into Friday night’s Hoosier Conference game at Class 2A’s #2-ranked Tipton, Delphi knew it was facing a potential mismatch in perhaps its toughest opponent on the regular season schedule. More...

Scoreboard

Girls Swimming   Delphi 138, Pioneer 26   More...

Twin Lakes powers over Delphi

With a 4-2 record, the Oracles had to think they could defeat an Indians team that was without Betsy Adams, now playing for Valparaiso University, for the first time in four years. Even without her though, the Indians are a tough team to beat. More...