Tucked away in the silver vault at Wakefield-Scearce, they come out just once a year.
Shuttled to the Shelby County Fair Grounds, the 20 Shelbyville Horse Show perpetual trophies are put on display for one night, handed to their respective winners and then quickly taken back to the vault and locked away until their chance to shine the next year.
The athletes at Martha Layne Collins High School are going to be a bit safer this summer.
Because of the power of the name of the new high school’s namesake and an opportunity created by a committed parent, those who play sports at Collins during the summer heat will be provided with so-called “hot
Daniel Pearcy, 12, has been making a name for himself racing in the Junior Sportsman division of the RFR Cars Indy Karting Series in Indiana. An incoming seventh-grader at West Middle School, Pearcy has been racing go-carts for two seasons. He is currently in third place in the series, about 10 points off second place and with a couple more races to go in the season.
Pearcy races under the Howe Pearcy Racing Team, a subsidiary of Jim Howe Motorsports out of Columbus, Ind. Practice time is only before a race.