Taylor O'Neil Hall, C&P Top News

Taylor O'Neil Hall

C&P Top News

Contact Taylor

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Unknown
  • C&P Top News

Past articles by Taylor:

Mater Dei gets redemption by winning Holiday Classic

With last season's home defeat looming overhead, Mater Dei didn't disappoint in its Holiday Classic. → Read More

North Posey's Moll aims to create his own culture

After inheriting a team with one win in two years, Cody Moll had a lot of work in front of him when he became the North Posey wrestling coach. → Read More

Mater Dei wrestlers ready for redemption in Holiday Classic

After taking home second place last year in the Mater Dei Holiday Classic, the Wildcats will have their chance at redemption later this week. → Read More

Both Castle teams take home hardware from Toyota Classic

After three games in Princeton, the Castle boys' and girls' basketball teams each took home new hardware. → Read More

Castle boys hold on late in Toyota Classic final

The Titans challenged the Knights on every play during the last three minutes of the game, but three points was as close as they could get. → Read More

Castle girls cruise in Toyota Classic

The Knights never trailed in their 67-46 win over the Titans. → Read More

Reitz graduate Matt Sanders is living out his dream as a professional bowler

Evansville's own Matt Sanders no longer lives in the city, but the professional bowler will always have ties to Arc Lanes and Reitz High School. → Read More

Matt Lee looks to leave his own legacy at Mater Dei

With his two older brothers no longer wrestling for Mater Dei, Matt Lee looks to leave his own mark on the Wildcats' program. → Read More

After two seasons away, Bob Meier takes the court as a coach again

Bob Meier hasn't coached basketball since 2014. Now, after two seasons away, he's back and this time he's coaching the Castle girls' varsity team. → Read More

Athlete of the Week: Hargis ended her high school soccer career on high note at Memorial

Laurie Hargis did more than help Evansville Memorial win the Class 2A girls' soccer state championship. She broke a 23-year-old record. → Read More

Memorial hopes Anslinger’s big game carries over to state

Ryleigh Anslinger is only a freshman and she recorded a hat trick in the biggest match of Memorial's season so far. → Read More

Mater Dei earns another shot at state in girls soccer

The Mater Dei girls' soccer team lost back-to-back state championship matches in 2014 and 2015. After Saturday's win, they have another chance. → Read More

Athlete of the Week: Wilkerson an outspoken leader for Castle volleyball

Castle's Sydney Wilkerson uses her voice and play to lead the Knights this season. → Read More

Mater Dei's Thompson aims to take state in tennis

Mater Dei's Aaron Thompson is seeking to do something that hasn't been done by an Evansville player in 31 years: win an individual state tennis title. → Read More

Castle volleyball tested in pursuit of state's longest sectional streak

The Castle volleyball team hasn't lost a sectional championship in more than 20 years, and the streak endures for another year → Read More

Castle makes it 24 straight

The Castle volleyball team beat Jasper in five sets Saturday night to take the Class 4A sectional title. → Read More

Harrison spoils Bosse's homecoming; Bulldogs again winless in SIAC

Bosse's homecoming and first official game at the partially-renovated Enlow Field was spoiled Friday night by Harrison in the Warriors' 37-14 victory. → Read More

Venezuelan native Paez leads Castle soccer into regional round

Simon Paez will only be in America for a year, but he hasn't let that stop him from succeeding on the soccer field. → Read More

Castle girls blank Central to capture Class 3A sectional title

After reclassifying to Class 3A for girl's soccer, this Castle team has done something no other Castle team has. → Read More

Da'Ziaun Sargent shines on senior night for Reitz football

It was senior night for the Class 4A fourth-ranked Panthers and the senior running backs showed up ready to play. → Read More