BACKHAND: Marion No. 3 singles player Makenzie Nelson returns a shot with a mighty backhand. She lost 6-2, 6-1 to Lapel Tuesday.
PAINT THE PLOW: From left, Mississinewa High School art teacher Shallan Little and senior art students Maison Bennett and Travis Knox sit beside a snow blade they painted, along wi
Jim GarringerHabeckers: Eugene and Marylou Habecker particpate in an Ivanhoe’s shake eating contest in 2009.
Out: Madison-Grant’s Jacob Moore throws to first for an out against Oak Hill during Grant Four Tournament action at Mississinewa High School on Saturday.
celebrate: Madison-Grant seniors Makayla Lewis, right, and Brenna Turner celebrate as they carry the trophy back to the team after winning the Grant Four championship game against
COCKTAILS AND CANVAS: Local artist Kate Perez, at right, watches participants paint during the Cocktails and Canvas event Thursday evening at Community School of the Arts.
CHOIR: Potential members of the Threshold Choir sing “Kumbaya” to one of their own who lies reclined in a chair to experience the effect of being surrounded by singing voices. Gath
greenway: Khristian Atchison, left, and her grandfather Bob Crawford check for traffic before crossing 14th Street while riding together along the Cardinal Greenway May 13.
PRESIDENT: Cheryl Bell, president of The Garden Club of Marion, talks about the variety of plants, and the types of butterflies they attract, in the Butterfly Garden of Matter Park
Justice principal: Principal Melissa Richards takes a moment to sit with students during lunch at Justice Thurgood Marshall Intermediate School on Friday.
CHAMPIONS: The Oak Hill Eagles baseball team celebrates their win Friday, which clinched at least a share of the CIC conference title.
FAST BALL: Oak Hill’s Tyler Fairchild pitches during second-inning action against Frankton at Oak Hill on Wednesday.
Did James Blackmon Jr. make the right decision in returning to IU?
Total Votes: 26
St. Francis at Taylor baseball
McCutcheon at Marion softball
Whitko at Oak Hill softball