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Nash shines on mound in 6-1 win over Marshall
MARSHALL - The Red Hill High School baseball team traveled to Marshall on Wednesday night for a makeup game with the Lions (2-13 entering play) that was originally scheduled for April 23. The Salukis, backed by Mitchell Nash's complete game gem, went on to win 6-1 and steal a Little Illini Conference victory.

Red Hill, Lawrenceville finish in bottom half at Little Illini Conference track meet in Paris
PARIS - After being rescheduled due to weather conditions, teams from all around the conference, including Red Hill and Lawrenceville, gathered in Paris for the Little Illini Conference meet. While neither the boys or girls teams from either Lawrence County school came close to winning, they did provide a few event winners.
Indians win three over weekend
The Lawrenceville High School softball team was busy over the weekend, going 3-1 in a Friday game and all-day-long tournament play on Saturday.

Red Hill, Lawrenceville finish second, third in boys meet at Lawrenceville on Wednesday
LAWRENCEVILLE - On Wednesday evening, Lawrenceville High School's boys and girls track and field teams hosted its first home meet of the season. Those in attendance included Robinson, Vincennes-Rivet, Oblong, Palestine-Hutsonville and the Red Hill Salukis. Robinson would go on to win the girls meet convincingly while Pal-Hut would take home first place in the boys meet.
Moore breaks 1600-meter record as Red Hill, Lawrenceville finish third and fourth
BRIDGEPORT - On Thursday night, the Red Hill High School girls track and field team hosted three teams from the surrounding area in a meet. Those in attendance were Robinson, Oblong and the cross-county rival Lawrenceville Indians. Robinson would go on to convincingly win the meet, but Red Hill and Lawrenceville turned in some excellent individual performances.

Lawrenceville's comeback in vain as Vincennes Lincoln wins, 10-6
VINCENNES, Ind. - After winning four out of its last five games, the Lawrenceville High School softball team (5-3 entering play) had the disservice of playing against Vincennes-Lincoln on its own turf. Despite falling behind 8-0, the Lady Indians made a late push to make things interesting, but ultimately fell to the Lady Alices, 10-6.
Lady Salukis explode for 13 runs in fourth, beat Cisne, 15-5
BRIDGEPORT - How many runs can a team score in a single inning? The Red Hill High School softball team put that question to the test on Tuesday evening as it batted around (and then some) to score 13 runs in the fourth inning alone to beat Cisne, 15-5.
Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Lady Salukis explode for 13 runs in fourth, beat Cisne, 15-5
BRIDGEPORT - How many runs can a team score in a single inning? The Red Hill High School softball team put that question to the test on Tuesday evening as it batted around (and then some) to score 13 runs in the fourth inning alone to beat Cisne, 15-5.
Ray shuts out Hutsonville in Red Hill's first win of season, 8-0
BRIDGEPORT - The Red Hill High School baseball team finally got the monkey off its back on Saturday as it cruised to an 8-0 victory over Hutsonville at home, the team's first win of 2018
Red Hill, Lawrenceville finish first and second in girls track meet, boys take third and fourth
FLORA - The threat of weather-related cancellation loomed over Wednesday's track meet in Flora due to the rain, but a decision was made to nix the throwing and jumping events, and call it good after the running events. Red Hill, Lawrenceville, Oblong, Palestine-Hutsonville and the homestanding Flora Wolves were in attendance. Red Hill and Lawrenceville finished first and second, respectively, in the girls meet, while Lawrenceville edged out Red Hill for third place in the boys meet.
Lawrenceville gives up early big inning, loses to Sullivan, 15-0
LAWRENCEVILLE - After coming off a 4-3 win over the county rival Red Hill Lady Salukis, the Lawrenceville High School softball team hosted Sullivan, Indiana on Friday evening and lost by a final score of 15-0.
LAWRENCEVILLE - On Thursday evening the Red Hill High School softball team made its way across the county to face the homestanding Lawrenceville Lady Indians in a cross-county match-up that would prove to be a thrilling game down to the very end. When all was said and done, Lawrenceville stood victorious, winning by a final score of 4-3.
LHS drops first game of season against Flora, 7-1
LAWRENCEVILLE - The Lawrenceville High School baseball team kicked off the 2018 season on Friday at home against the Flora Wolves. The Tribe would score in the first inning, but would be held scoreless for the remainder of the game and go on to lose, 7-1.
Indians eager to improve on last year
LAWRENCEVILLE - The weather is certainly not indicative, but the spring season begins in under a week, and with that comes a whole new wave of sports around the Little Illini Conference. Among the teams setting the table for the 2018 season is Lawrenceville High School's softball team, under the direction of Randy Lynch for the second time.
Salukis set to open season in Robinson
BRIDGEPORT - Spring is quickly approaching, though the weather may be behind the 8-ball. Soon the trees will be blooming, the grass will be growing and baseball season will be in full swing.
Salukis celebrate 2018 awards night
BRIDGEPORT - After a somewhat disappointing 13-15 campaign, the Red Hill High School boys basketball team, joined with friends and family, gathered in the RHHS cafeteria to debrief the 2017-2018 season and acknowledge stand-out players with a plethora of awards.
Lady Indians host 2018 awards night
LAWRENCEVILLE - The Lawrenceville High School girls basketball team finished the year at 10-18 following a 51-34 regional loss against Fairfield in Tad Shick's first year as head coach of the team. It may not have ended on a good note, but it was a successful season nonetheless.
Jones signs with Roosevelt University to play catcher
VINCENNES, Ind. - It takes a lot of hard work, some inherent skill and a dash of luck to continue a sports career at the collegiate level. It takes even more work, skill and luck to sign on with a college for a sport not offered by your high school.


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