Four siblings. one goal -- excellence
The Callahan family grew up in Danville, and the four children — Lauren, Grant, Luke and Zach — all participated, or participate, in athletics at Danville High School. By the time Zach, a sophomore basketball player, graduates 2017, the Callahan name will have left a grand impression on the walls of the building at Warrior Way.
Gordon’s drive-for-five dream becomes reality
INDIANAPOLIS — A historical moment in NASCAR lore came on a day when the Brickyard 400 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway may have needed it most.
Colts have options in Ballard's absence
ANDERSON — Chuck Pagano delivered the news Saturday afternoon in a solemn tone, confirming running back Vick Ballard will miss the 2014 season.
Dillion breaks through with victory
INDIANAPOLIS — Ty Dillon captured his first-ever Nationwide Series title on Saturday, as he held off pole-sitter Kyle Busch in the Lilly Diabetes 250 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Harvick takes Brickyard pole
Kevin Harvick won the pole for the 21st running of the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, by edging Hoosier State favorite Jeff Gordon Saturday afternoon.
Exciting racing highlights Friday at IMS
INDIANAPOLIS — Super Weekend fans at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway were treated to a unique brand of racing with six divisions of cars running in two races on Friday.
- Quakers fall to Grizzly Cubs PLAINFIELD — For three quarters Friday night, Plainfield almost seemed invisible and it wasn’t because of their camouflage jerseys. Franklin's 21-point second quarter was just enough cushion to hold off a late Plainfield rally and secure a 42-28 con
Storen puts mound troubles behind him
After some trials and tribulations, Washington’s Drew Storen is back to being the pitcher he and others always knew he could be.
Indians coping with constant call-ups
While Indianapolis pursues its third straight International League West Division title, as always, Indians Manager Dean Treanor is focused on the needs of the Tribe’s parent club in Pittsburgh.
Bayne, NASCAR on healthy track
These days in NASCAR, visions of drivers choking down Winstons are gone, replaced by a new breed engaged in healthy, calculated training regimens.
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