Both team scored early in this one, but the Rex kept building throughout the game to win by six runs.
Clay County rallied in the 9th inning after trailing 4-3.
In their first game in five days, the Rex grabbed an early lead and never let go.
The win was capped off by a Justin Jenkins three-run homer late.
In the women’s division, defending champion Megan Ramer ran away from the field to win her third straight title.
Sullivan opened the American Legion regional baseball tourney at Terre Haute with a 9-3 win over Greene County.
Wayne Newton Post 346 won their regional opener Thursday 4-0 over Clay County. Nate Thomas threw a two-hit compete game shutout in the win.
The 2016 Terre Haute Junior City Golf Tournament got underway Thursday. There is a couple of changes to this years event. The whole tourney …
The awards and honors keep coming for T.J. Collett. The recent Terre Haute North graduate has been named a MaxPreps 2016 second team All-Ame…
Indianapolis Colts running back Robert Turbin is facing a possession of marijuana citation in Utah.
Brigham Booe, Jimmy Hill and Zane Matherly all make Rick’s Rallies this week.
Terre Haute Rex manager Tyler Wampler has been selected to coach first base for Wednesday’s Prospect League All-Star game in Kokomo. This se…
Tim Duncan spent nearly two decades as the quiet storm in the middle of the San Antonio Spurs franchise, putting the team on his broad shoul…
The Terre Haute Rex defeated Hannibal in extra innings today on a strange walk-off sequence.
The four-time NCAA champion started off well, clearing the bar on her first attempts at 4.4 and 4.5 meters.
Danville (IL) ten-run ruled Terre Haute in the 5th inning, 12-1.
Terre Haute led 6-0 after five innings, but allowed Butler to creep back in.
The victory was capped off by a walk-off two-run homer by Noble Johnson to end the game by ten-run rule.