LIGONIER — For the second time in the last four games, the Goshen RedHawks lost on a last-second shot following an offensive rebound.
NAPPANEE — There’s three words that define Corey Duncan’s coaching style.
INDIANAPOLIS — Adam Yoder and Jerry Hickey both experienced something Saturday that they hadn’t experienced in their girls basketball coaching careers: winning a semistate championship. Yoder’s NorthWood Panthers and Hickey’s Salem Lions knocked off Benton Central and Brownstown Central, res…
GOSHEN — A very physical effort by the visiting LaPorte Slicers was too much for the Goshen RedHawks to overcome in a high school boys basketball game Saturday night.
ELKHART — One event lifted Concord out of second place, and put the Minutemen on the path to capturing their fourth IHSAA boys swimming and diving sectional championship in program history Saturday at Concord High School.
GOSHEN — Ready or not the postseason in Indiana High School boys basketball is right around the corner.
INDIANAPOLIS — Jake Lone closed out his high school wrestling career under the nights with the eyes of the Indiana mat community upon him.
LAPORTE — For the first time since 1999, the NorthWood girls basketball team is headed to Indianapolis.
ELKHART — If you take away the second quarter of Friday night’s boys basketball game between the NorthWood Panthers and Elkhart Christian Academy Eagles, the host Eagles would’ve won by four.
GOSHEN — Charlie Yoder scored 30 points on the night his dad, Westview coach Rob Yoder, won the 300th game of his career.
INDIANAPOLIS — NorthWood senior Jake Lone was the lone winner among area competitors Friday in the first round of the 82nd annual IHSAA State Finals wrestling tournament at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
NAPPANEE — For the first time in 15 years, NorthWood will have a chance to advance to the state championship game in girls basketball. The No. 7 (3A) Panthers (26-3) will play in the northern 3A semistate game against No. 2 Benton Central (26-3) Saturday at 1 p.m. ET/12 p.m. CT at LaPorte Hi…
GOSHEN — Franklin College junior August Hartzell won two individual events as the Grizzlies captured the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference women’s swimming and diving title at the Vigo County Aquatics Complex in Terre Haute.
GOSHEN — Coming to Goshen Friday night is the Charlie Yoder Show.
TOPEKA — On a night when Charlie Yoder collected his 2,000th career point and came oh-so-close to a triple-double, Westview got plenty of contributions from his teammates Tuesday in a 67-50 boys basketball victory against visiting Wawasee.
MIDDLEBURY — Northridge had no issues extending its win streak to 10 games Tuesday night as they knocked off Lakeland, 74-36, in a non-conference contest in Middlebury.
GOSHEN — Freshman Savannah Feenstra poured in a game-high 24 points for the Bethel Pilots in an 84-75 Crossroads League loss to the Huntington Foresters.
FORT WAYNE — Coach Nate Andrews described recent NorthWood wrestling practices as “cradle crazy.”
INDIANAPOLIS — There are times in athletics when you give it your best, and on that particular day, someone else is simply a little bit better.
ELKHART — NorthWood is back in its comfort zone.
INDIANAPOLIS — They may not have achieved their goal, but Northridge girls swimming coach Kyle Hembree still sang the praises of his team.
ELKHART — NorthWood sank five of six free throws in the final 35.1 seconds of the game to beat Mishawaka Marian, 44-38, in the Class 3A regional semifinal Saturday morning at Jimtown High School. The Panthers will pay for the regional title game at 8 p.m. back at Jimtown.
MIDDLEBURY — It was a milestone kind of night for Northridge boys basketball.
NAPPANEE — After 10 lead changes, three ties and zero timeouts called in the first three quarters, it seemed like the crowd in the Panther Pit Friday night were destined to see a close, competitive finish to the game between visiting Elkhart Memorial and host NorthWood.
GOSHEN — Austin Miller was the man for most of the game, but it was Jaydon Boyer who made the game-winning play for the Wawasee Warriors in a 49-47 Northern Lakes Conference high school boys basketball thriller over the visiting Goshen RedHawks Friday night.
GOSHEN — Bethany Christian had no answers for Lakewood Park Christian sophomore Caedmon Bontrager in the second half Thursday, as Bontrager scored 19 of his game-high 29 points in the final six minutes to propel the Panthers to a 69-45 victory over the Bruins in Goshen.
GOSHEN — So far things are going according to plan and Northridge girls swim coach Kyle Hembree feels good about where his team is positioned heading into the preliminaries of the 46th annual IHSAA girls swimming and diving state finals.
GOSHEN — Goshen takes to the road once again after playing a pair of home games when the RedHawks travel to Syracuse tonight to battle the Wawasee Warriors.
BENTON — Randy DeShone asked his Falcons to keep the basketball moving.
GOSHEN — Goshen coach Micheal Wohlford gave his sophomore guard Drew Hogan a high compliment when he called him a machine.
ELKHART — Kyle Hembree has so much confidence in Elsa Fretz that he was willing to take her out of an event where she finished as the state runner-up a year ago and put her in an event she has little experience in at the high school level.
LAGRANGE — NorthWood assistant girls basketball coach Corey Duncan has a phrase she tells to her players: be lethal. Recently, though, Panther senior Maddy Payne felt like her team wasn’t doing that enough.
BENTON — Setting the early tone with its veteran-laden squad, Bremen beat Westview 60-33 Saturday in the championship game of the IHSAA Class 2A Fairfield Sectional girls basketball tournament.
GOSHEN — For the third straight Saturday, Northridge wrestlers got a chance to pose with a trophy.
GOSHEN — Controlling the tempo early kept the Goshen RedHawks in the game with the No. 7 ranked Penn Kingsmen in the Class 4A girls basketball sectional semifinal contest Friday night at Warsaw.
LAGRANGE — Before the season, NorthWood coach Adam Yoder thought the two best teams in the Class 3A, Sectional 20 girls basketball sectional were his Panthers and Lakeland.
MIDDLEBURY — It seems the only thing Northridge wanted to share was the celebration with its fans at the end of the game.
GOSHEN — A full-court press defense by Elkhart Christian Academy sped up the Bethany Christian offense Thursday night, and it paid off for the Eagles. ECA held the Bruins to nine points in the first quarter and just four in the second, ultimately taking a 28-13 lead at half. This 15-point ma…
GOSHEN — Michael Wohlford got some coaching advice from a local legend in Steve Austin, and he picked an opportune time to use it.
GOSHEN — The eyes of the Northern Lakes Conference will be focused on Middlebury tonight as the Northridge Raiders strive for an outright league title.
WARSAW — The Goshen RedHawks and Penn Kingsmen were big winners in the IHSAA Class 4A girls basketball sectional Wednesday night at Warsaw High School.
LIGONIER — On Nov. 3, 2018, Colten Cripe wasn’t sure he would ever be able to run again.
LAGRANGE — Tuesday’s first-round games in the girls basketball Class 3A, Sectional 20 at Lakeland featured two rematches from the regular season. History would repeat itself Tuesday, as the same team won both rematches.
BENTON — Fairfield clamped down on defense and got to the free throw line frequently on the way to victory in an IHSAA Class 2A Fairfield Sectional girls basketball tournament game Tuesday.
BEDFORD — On a Friday night in January, with the stands half full in a home game against Hoosier Hills Conference rival Seymour, Bedford North Lawrence senior point guard Brayton Bailey sized up the defender in front of him.
GOSHEN — The 45th annual IHSAA girls state basketball tournament gets underway tonight with first round sectional contests, the girls state swimming sectionals and wrestling regionals are also scheduled for this week.
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. — Patrick Cantlay would rather ask questions than answer them.
MISHAWAKA — The Alpha and Omega.
DUNLAP — Tom Johnson never doubted Hayden Gill.
ELKHART — Relentlessness reaps its rewards.
LIGONIER — After 14 seasons, 188 wins and a sectional championship, Dale Marano is deciding to listen to his body.
It would be natural if Joe Burrow’s head was still spinning a little bit.
Former Notre Dame tight end Cole Kmet has no regrets.
LAWRENCE, Kan. — Kansas is back on top of the college basketball world after knocking off Baylor in a matchup of Big 12 heavyweights, while the Bears dropped to No. 2 in The Associated Press men’s poll Monday after their nip-and-tuck loss in Waco.
INDIANAPOLIS — National Invitation Camp President Jeff Foster spent the past couple months debating how to improve the annual NFL scouting combine.
LOS ANGELES — Michael Jordan says he didn’t see Kobe Bryant as his rival for the mythical honor of being recognized as the best basketball player ever.
Hurricanes president Don Waddell didn’t sign Zamboni driver David Ayres to address the Carolina’s injury-depleted goaltending ranks before the NHL trade deadline struck Monday.
With March approaching, the Big Ten is in position to hear the names of more than half of its teams called on Selection Sunday.
INDIANAPOLIS – With his franchise’s most important offseason in more than a decade nearing its first major checkpoint, Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay met with the local media for 30 minutes Sunday.
LAS VEGAS — The adjustments to a major offseason overhaul at Team Penske continued Sunday at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, where miscommunication between Joey Logano and his new crew chief led to a botched final pit stop.
On an afternoon when Indiana couldn’t hold an early 19-point lead, the Hoosiers regrouped with some hustle and muscle down the stretch to earn another home win against a ranked team.
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BRISTOL [mdash] JD passed away unexpectedly at his home in Bristol on Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020. He is survived by his mother, Diana Robles, Bristol; father, James H. Little, Elkhart; grandparents, Judy and Fred Bechtold, Elkhart; grandmother, Eunice Gautsche, Goshen; and many other family and …
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