Silver Creek Girls Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 3 - 0
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Basketball: Season Tickets Go On Sale Online

Dragon faithful, With fall sports nearing the start of their respective postseason tournaments, take a moment to look ahead at the upcoming basketball season and purchase your reserved seating season tickets by following this link: ticketracker.com  There is also an app for your smart phone with instructions listed below.

SPORTS PHYSICALS NIGHT @ Jackson Physical Therapy

Silver Creek Athletics SPORTS PHYSICALS NIGHT Date: April 24th, 2019 (ONE NIGHT ONLY) Time: 6:00-8:00 Location: Jackson Physical Therapy 326 N. Indiana Avenue Sellersburg, IN 47172 Cost: $25 Cash Only! All proceeds go back to the athlete’s 1st sport that they play in 2019-20 school year. PHYSICAL FORM LINK BELOW: PHYSICAL FORM      

Girls Basketball: Lady Dragons Season Comes to an End

CLASS 3A CHARLESTOWN SECTIONAL CLASS 3A CHARLESTOWN SECTIONAL SEMIFINAL SALEM 46, SILVER CREEK 43 Silver Creek  7  2  21 13—43 Salem           9 15 12 10—46     Silver Creek (15-8): Jaclyn Emly 16, Jordan Balz 6, Emme Rooney 8, Savannah Kirchgessner 8, Alyssa Wright 3, Jordan Leddon 2.     Salem (21-3): Mackenzie

Girls Basketball: Lady Dragons Game with Austin Postponed

Due to the expected inclement weather, the girls basketball team’s home conference showdown with Austin  scheduled for this Saturday(1/12/19) has been postponed to next Thursday 1/17/19. The JV game will tip-off at 6 o clock, with the Varsity contest to follow.

Basketball: DRAGON DOMINATION

Silver Creek made it a clean sweep of all holiday tournament titles. The Dragon dominance of this year’s holiday tournaments began with the Freshmen boys basketball team edging host Clarksville and then avenging a loss to Providence earlier in the season to claim the title. The Junior Varsity boys team rolled their two opponents in route to

Girls Basketball: Creek Defense Smothers Lady Highlanders

FLOYDS KNOBS — Silver Creek clawed and fought its way to a 38-32 win over host Floyd Central on Wednesday night at Joe Hinton Court. The Dragons, who trailed for most of the first half, won their third straight game and posted their first victory at Floyd since 2006. “We haven’t been to Floyd in