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Past articles by Randy:

Thunderbolts owner Hall, coach Pyle determined to build winning hockey tradition

The long wait is almost over for SPHL expansion team Evansville Thunderbolts → Read More

Winning gold gave Lilly King new goals

Evansville's Lilly King plans to keep pushing for new swimming milestones her sophomore year at Indiana University → Read More

Lilly King back in Indiana, adjusting to fame

Lilly King is back at Indiana University and learning to deal with the changes that come from winning Olympic gold → Read More

Evansville's Lilly King wins relay gold medal

Evansville’s Lilly King claimed another Olympic gold medal Saturday night by swimming on the United States 4x100 medley relay team. → Read More

King struggles in 200 breaststroke

King won the 100-meter breaststroke gold medal Monday night while setting an Olympic record of 1:04.93. → Read More

Lilly King's parents believed she'd win gold

Nothing Lilly King has said or done since arriving in Rio de Janeiro for the 2016 Olympics has surprised her parents. → Read More

Lilly King wins gold medal in 100 breaststroke

Evansville's Lilly King set an Olympic record in winning the 100-meter breastsroke Monday night in Rio de Janeiro, swimming a time of 1:04.93.. → Read More

Lilly King wins Olympic gold in 100-meter breaststroke

Evansville's Lilly King had a tough 100-breaststroke medals race in Rio de Janeiro on Monday, having to battle Russian rival Yulia Efimova, the reigning world champion, and Lithuania's Ruta Meilutyte, the defending Olympic gold medalist. → Read More

BEARD: King’s Olympic odyssey set to begin

Lilly King Olympic odyssey got an added twist on Saturday with the IOC reinstated Russian swimmer Yulia Efimova → Read More

Lilly King’s parents are enjoying an Olympic adventure

Mark and Ginny King were confident daughter Lilly was going to make the U.S. Olympic Swim Team in the 100-meter breaststroke, so they booked their flights to Rio about a month ago. But then Lilly added the 200 breaststroke to her resume and when the Kings saw their daughter standing alongside the other Olympians, the emotions and pride of the moment overtook them → Read More

‘Devine’ intervention coming to Ellis Park

Megan Devine, who has worked behind the scenes for NBC in its Triple Crown coverage, will be in front of the camera at Ellis Park doing paddock interviews and making her selections before each race → Read More

King wins 100-meter breaststroke at U.S. Olympic Trials

Lilly King completed her Olympic dreams by making the U.S. team in the 100-meter breaststroke → Read More

King takes aim at Olympic qualifying

When Lilly King first hit the water during age-group swim meets a dozen years ago, she couldn't even impress her own grandparents. → Read More

From Purdue to Colts: Joey Elliott’s path to the NFL is complete


Thunderbolts release 56-game SPHL schedule

The Evansville Thunderbolts released their 2016-17 schedule. → Read More

Ellis Park average purses will top $200,000 this summer

Ellis Park daily race purses will top $200,000 this summer and the track is restoring a juvenile stakes race → Read More

Indianapolis Colts add Joey Elliott to scouting office

Former Harrison High and Purdue University quarterback Joey Elliott has been hired as a scout by the Indianapolis Colts → Read More

Pyle just beginning to build Thunderbolts’ roster

Even after picking up the rights to six players in the SPHL expansion draft, Evansville Thunderbolts coach Jeff Pyle is just beginning to explore his roster options → Read More

IceMen approach final days in Evansville

Finally, maybe even mercifully, the last home weekend has arrived for the Evansville IceMen. After that, it's anybody's guess. → Read More

Young helps West win McDonald’s All American Game

Jackie Young had a double-double of 15 points and 10 rebounds to help the West beat the East 97-88 in the McDonald's All American Game for girls in Chicago on Wednesday night → Read More