Inspired Grounds Cafe princess project

By Elle Fleenor

Inspired Grounds Cafe will be having a fundraiser to raise enough money in order to open this summer. The fundraiser will be on April 6 at Turning Point Church from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. The event is called “The Princess Project” and is for girls ages 2-12. There will be makeovers, movies and snacks provided. Teenage girls are needed to participate in this event by helping with nails, hair and makeup for the girls. For more information on this event or how you can help, contact Megan Johnson at +1 (812) 794-4993.

Warriorettes add a loss to record but reflect on improvements

By Elle Fleenor

An unfortunate loss was added to the girls’ basketball team’s record after their homecoming game Friday night against the Salem Lady Lions. The team is now 17-3. The last time the team played Salem was in the sectional championship from last season. 

Zoe Zellers (10) said, “We lost and were devastated. We wanted a come back this time. Both sides knew it was going to be a good game.”

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Warriorettes hit stride on season with rivalry victory


By Elle Fleennor

The Warriorette’s basketball team recently added two more wins to their record from the games against Austin and Brownstown with one loss from a game against North Harrison.

With the six point difference in the final score against North Harrison, Kady Clancy (10) reflects on the game as “okay.”

Clancy said, “We started out really patient and hesitant with our shots on offense because they had two tall girls in the middle on defense. At the end of the third quarter, we were down by a good 14 or 16 points. In the middle of the fourth quarter, we all started having a comeback and we came within three. By the time of that, we had to foul because it was so late in the game. The final score was 50-44. We played really well together as a team. We were just too patient on our offense in the beginning.”

Star players of the game were Jaylah Mays (11), Isabela Brewster (12), Clancy and Zoe Zellers (10). Mays scored a total of 18 points, two rebounds, two assists and two steals. Brewster scored 12 points, four rebounds and an assist and steal. Clancy scored eight points with a rebound, three assists and two steals. Zellers scored six points, six rebounds and a steal and block.

The annual rivalry game against the Austin Lady Eagles resulted in a win for the Warriorettes with the final score of 54-44.

Jaime Jones (12) said, “We were predicted to lose by over 10, and I think that lit a fire under us to prove that wrong. We played really well under the pressure, and we exceeded the expectations the community had for us.”

Star players in this game included Mays, Zellers, Brewster and Jones. Mays scored a total of 21 points, two rebounds, 2 assists, three steals and a block. Zellers scored 20 points, 10 rebounds, two assists and two blocks. Brewster scored six points, seven rebounds, two steals and had one block. Jones scored five points with two rebounds and a steal.

Another win came from the two point led final score of 58-56 against Browntown for the Warriorettes.

Heaven Bewick (12) said, “The game was intense because we were down by quite a bit of points, but we slowly got back into it, and then Kady Clancy hit a three to send us into overtime. We battled it out until we came out on top.”

Star played included Mays with 23 points, Kynleigh Watson (11) with 12, Clancy with nine, Brewster with eight and Zellers with six.