Cambridge City Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Cambridge City, IN

  • Friday Sep 12 | via Palladium-Item 

    Bulldog blockers clear path for big victoryBulldog b...

    Bulldog blockers clear path for big victory Bulldog blockers clear path for big victory Check out this story on The senior Centerville quarterback connected with classmate Garren Smith on a 45-yard scoring play late in the second quarter Friday night at Craig Field. The touchdown secured the lead, and the host Bulldogs moved to 2-0 in the Tri-Eastern Conference by beating Wayne County rival Lincoln 30-6.


  • Thursday Sep 11 | via Palladium-Item 

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    Thursday's Tri-Eastern Conference volleyball match between Union County and Lincoln featured four of the top five hitters in the league - three of those on Union County. The Patriots got a boost from a fourth hitter, Danielle Hill, who returned from injury to play in her first match of the season.


  • Wednesday Sep 10 | via Palladium-Item 

    County meetings highlight TECCounty meetings highlig...

    Hagerstown's Clayton Barber takes the ball from quarterback Owen Golliher during last week's game against Winchester in Hagerstown. Wayne County will be the place to be for the big Tri-Eastern Conference football match-ups this Friday as Centerville hosts Lincoln and Northeastern plays at home for the first time with a visit from Hagerstown.


  • Monday Sep 8 | via Palladium-Item 

    Area RoundupArea RoundupNational Trails wins 1st vol...

    Area Roundup National Trails wins 1st volleyball match; Lincoln downs Franklin County in boys tennis Check out this story on National Trail earned its first victory of the season Monday by defeating Carlisle 16-25, 25-23, 25-17, 25-12. Alexus Acton had eight kills, two aces and a block for the Blazers, with Courtney Rea adding six kills and 15 assists, Tessa Rhodus five kills and a block and Tori Saunders three kills, seven aces, nine digs and two assists.


  • Friday Sep 5 | via Palladium-Item 

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    And when the Golden Eagles finally overcame a night loaded with penalties, all they needed was a PAT to finally tie the game. Quarterback Ben Singer connected with Ben Bertsch on a 6-yard touchdown pass, then found Justin Black with a 2-point conversion to give Lincoln a thrilling, 35-34 victory over Tri on Friday night.


Cambridge City High Schools

Lincoln Senior High School (215 East Parkway Drive)