By Taylor Watt and Shelby Pennington
Senior Turkey Bowl players celebrate with senior student section for the win of 20-6. Photo by Taylor Watt.
Seniors huddle at the sidelines to discuss game strategies. Photo by Taylor Watt.
Senior Gabby Brodfehrer looks at the junior team while the rest of the seniors turn their backs as a sign of disrespect to their opponents. Photo by Shelby Pennington.
Seniors and juniors get in their positions to begin the game. Photo by Taylor Watt.
The junior team gets ready to run onto the field before the game. Turkey Bowl is a tradition at FC that puts junior and senior girls against each other in a game of football. Photo by Shelby Pennington.
Junior Alyssa Ackermon blocks senior McKenzie Farnsley. Photo by Shelby Pennington.
Junior Samantha Cato and senior Aubrey Fonseca face off on the field. Photo by Taylor Watt.
Junior Kate Meldrum sprints after the ball. Photo by Taylor Watt.
Senior Emily Chestnut runs with the ball. Photo by Shelby Pennington.
FC alum James May gives a thumbs down to the junior team during opening lineup. The game attracted many members of the community, from parents to local football fans. Photo by Shelby Pennington.
Seniors Katie Hopkins, Molly Ottersbach, and the rest of their team celebrate their victory. Photo by Taylor Watt.
A group of junior boys get ready to cheer on their team. Photo by Shelby Pennington.
Senior Mackenzie Hashem scores the last touchdown of the game. Photo by Taylor Watt.
Senior girls watch the game intently. Photo by Shelby Pennington.
Junior Samantha Cato and senior Alyssa Crowl reach for the ball. Photo by Shelby Pennington.
Senior Abby Ahrens cheers on the sidelines as her team scores. Photo by Shelby Pennington.
Senior McKenzie Farnsley holds back junior Emma Limeberry on the defense. Photo by Taylor Watt.
Senior Mackenzie Hashem greets the crowd. Photo by Shelby Pennington.
By Mitchell Lockhart and Sean Henry
On Friday, April 28, a severe thunderstorm tore through the southern Indiana area. It left many without power, flooded roads, and knocked down trees and power-lines with ease.
But this was not all the damage done. As the storm went on, the FC softball field was flooded, causing tremendous damage and making the field unplayable.
Continue reading Community comes together to repair softball field from late April flooding
By Sam Weiser
The sectional tournament is tonight beginning at 6 p.m. at Seymour High School.
Floyd Central vs. Seymour 6 p.m.
Seymour (9-14) is coming off of an upset win against Jeffersonville on Tuesday. The Owls kept it close for the whole game and were down six with 40 seconds left. Seymour forced overtime after hitting a three with the time winding down. In overtime the Owls controlled the pace and they ended up winning by the score of 54-53. Coming off of this the Owls will be high on confidence facing the Highlanders.
The Highlanders season started off slow and through the first seven games were 4-3. The game against Corydon Central sparked a 14-game win streak. During this streak FC beat the No. 6 4A team (Castle) in the state and ended the No. 1 3A team’s (Brownstown) 22 game win streak. Over the last 15 games FC went 14-1 and are riding this hot streak into sectionals. Continue reading Hoosier Hills conference sectional tournament preview