Beck Named Among HOF Sportswriters Class

GREENWOOD – The Indiana Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association will induct its 20th Hall of Fame class on Sunday, April 12, at Valle Vista Golf Club in Greenwood. The reception will begin at 2 p.m., with the program beginning at 3 p.m. Five journalists who have made their mark … Read More

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Several Area Players Among IBCA Hoops Awards

INDIANAPOLIS – Fifteen seniors and 15 underclass boys basketball players have earned IBCA/Subway “Supreme 15″ All-State honors for 2014-15, it was announced Thursday. In a new level of awards, the IBCA also named 30 Large School All-State players (15 seniors, 15 underclass) and 30 Small School All-State players (15 seniors, 15 … Read More

Wawasee Sports

Wawasee Shuts Down Track Meets

SYRACUSE – As has been the case all March, outdoor track is just not happening with the weather given. Thursday’s expected highs in the upper 30s and possible snow in the morning has forced Wawasee to cancel its home opening boys and girls track meets against West Noble … Read More


Warsaw Track Ladies Boast Talent, Depth

WARSAW – The Warsaw girls track team has two key ingredients this season. The Tigers boast both quality and quantity. It’s a combination that coach Scott Erba expects to see continue the recent run of success by his outstanding program. “We’re big in numbers this year (79) and … Read More

Warsaw Sports

WCHS Cancels Trio Of Events

The “spring” weather continues to cause headaches for high school athletic directors. The forecast for more cold conditions the next several days have already forced the postponement of three events for WCHS. The Warsaw softball scrimmage at Fort Wayne Snider on Thursday (March 26) has been cancelled. The … Read More

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Coburn Named Outstanding Official Of The Year

LEESBURG – Eric Coburn has been tabbed as the “Outstanding Official of the Year” for IHSAA basketball and will be honored this weekend during halftime of the IHSAA Class 3-A boys basketball championship game in Indianapolis. Coburn, a Leesburg native, has been licensed in basketball for 29 years. … Read More


Triton Looking To Step Further

BOURBON – Triton’s girls tennis team surprised even themselves last season in their march to the sectional finals of the Bremen Sectional. But feelings of both optimism and skepticism surround the Triton team as spring ushers in a new season. Triton seemed to have all the right pieces … Read More


Zimmerman Not Ready To Sit Idle

BOURBON – Triton’s softball program was stocked full of bright personalities last spring. En route to the finest campaign in program history, the Lady Trojans set records in wins (23) and won its first regional title ever. The offense produced eye-popping statistics up and down the line, the … Read More

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Wawasee, Triton Reload For 2015 Redemption Tour

SYRACUSE – More than 600 people watched Wawasee’s softball offseason motivation begin as Leo celebrated a regional title in Syracuse last June. Most of the Lady Warriors have been counting down to the season on social media and in offseason training ever since, especially when Leo won the … Read More


Grace Offense Struggles In Season Finale

WINONA LAKE – Grace’s women’s basketball team suffered its third-lowest scoring output of the season on Friday, falling in the fifth-place game of NCCAA Nationals to Southwestern Assemblies of God University. The Lady Lancers (18-17) wrapped up the 2014-15 campaign with a 51-47 loss to finish sixth in … Read More


Vanderhegghen’s Career Day Not Enough For Lancers

WINONA LAKE – Grace’s men’s basketball team wrapped up the 2014-15 season with a 89-80 defeat to Cincinnati Christian at NCCAA Nationals. The Lancers were led by an outstanding performance from Brandon Vanderhegghen, who ripped off a career-high 28 points in a loss in the fifth-place game on … Read More

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Bethesda Speeds Past Grace

WINONA LAKE – The NCCAA National Championships for Grace kicked off with a wild quarterfinal matchup with third-seeded Bethesda on Wednesday. The Flames’ blistering pace unraveled the Lady Lancers as Grace lost 87-82 at the Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center. Grace struggled to adjust to Bethesda’s frenetic pace in … Read More

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Dallas Baptist Pulls Away From Grace

WINONA LAKE – Grace’s championship aspirations for 2015 were dashed on Wednesday when Dallas Baptist upset the Lancers 63-55. The Lancers (22-12) shot a paltry 28 percent from the floor and let a late lead slip against the sixth-seeded Patriots (16-15) at the Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center. Dallas … Read More

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Yeo, Schauss Earn All-American Honors

KANSAS CITY, MO. – The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has announced the 2014-15 Division II Men’s Basketball All-America teams honoring two players from Bethel College. After averaging 19.7 points and 8.7 rebounds per game, senior Matt Schauss was named First-Team All-American. Schauss becomes the first Pilot … Read More

Triton Sports

Triton Physical Night April 1

BOURBON – The Triton Athletic Department will be hosting its annual athletic physical night on Wednesday, April 1, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. The cost of the physicals will be $10 each. The physical night is for Triton students currently in grades 5-11. All student athletes must have a physical … Read More


Banquet In A Bliss-ful Mood Ahead Of NCCAAs

WARSAW – College basketball fever is reaching its apex with play-in games beginning in Dayton Tuesday night for the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. Locally, Tuesday night saw the NCCAA tournament unofficially open with the annual banquet held at Warsaw Community Church. All 16 men’s and women’s teams as … Read More