The 2021 girls golf season is underway! Here are the reported area scores from the first three days of the season.
The 2020 girls golf season was an historic one for The Goshen News coverage area.
MISHAWAKA — Tuesday’s Penn Invitational saw some exceptional performances in what was just the second invite for many early in the regular season.
GOSHEN — Fall sports are back, and taking center stage on Monday was girls golf.
GOSHEN – This year’s edition of the Elkhart County 4-H Fair finished up with a bang in more ways than one on Saturday night.
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GOSHEN — Although the full tournament lasted just over 30 minutes, the arm-wrestling competition at the Elkhart County 4-H Fair Saturday provided a lot of fun moments for both the competitors and spectators.
GOSHEN — Since 1973, the winner of the Class “A” horseshoe pitching competition at the Elkhart County 4-H Fair have had their name carved into a traveling trophy. Multiple names have been etched into the silver plate on the trophy more than once, and that number grew on Friday.
GOSHEN – On Friday, bulls and broncos were bucking, ropes were twirling and clowns were goofing off once again at the Elkhart County 4-H Fair.
GOSHEN — The heavy-powered engines reverberated around the Elkhart County 4-H Fairgrounds Thursday with the return of the tractor pull event.
GOSHEN — The last night of 3-on-3 basketball at the Elkhart County 4-H Fair saved some of the best performances for last on Wednesday.
GOSHEN — Day two of 3-on-3 basketball tournament action at the Elkhart County 4-H Fair saw some exciting finishes as dusk trickled down in the distance over the Northern Indiana sky.
GOSHEN — The two biggest purses available for the week capped off three exciting days of harness racing Tuesday at the Elkhart County 4-H Fairgrounds.
GOSHEN — It always seemed like Roger Moore would be working on court one and Lee “Ray” Comer on court two. And while neither man will never physically be on those courts anymore, they are there in spirit this week.
GOSHEN — It was a good day Monday for harness racers from Starkville, Mississippi.
GOSHEN — Twenty-six year old Jordan Annis fought off both COVID-19 and an ill-timed train to cross the finish line in first place at the Parade 5000 Road Run.
GOSHEN — There were plenty of hooves clacking, dirt flying and whips snapping at the fairgrounds on Saturday afternoon.
GOSHEN — Saturday was the second time the CrossFit Elkhart gym was in charge of the strongman competition at the Elkhart County 4-H Fair.
There’s a lot that goes into an athlete’s performance, whether it be on the court, pitch, diamond or field.
GOSHEN — Sam Grewe has one last goal to check off his checklist.
SOUTH BEND — One of the only position groups for Notre Dame football that will return all of its starters from a year ago is special teams.
TOPEKA — Westview’s Allie Springer has a lot of passions in life.
ELKHART — Six boys soccer programs from the area gathered Saturday to compete in the inaugural NLC/NIC Soccer Festival event at Concord High School.
LIGONIER — Basketball is a huge part of Ella Stoner’s life.
SYRACUSE — McKenzie Long is more than just a good soccer player at Wawasee. Along with running on the track team, she holds an 11.67 (out of 12) GPA and is involved in numerous organizations at the school.
SOUTH BEND — Despite departures from Nick McCloud (33 tackles, eight pass break-ups, one interception in 2020) and Shaun Crawford (57 tackles, five pass break-ups, one interception) in the secondary, Notre Dame’s group of defensive backs is one of its strongest positions based on talent ente…
NAPPANEE — Reese Barhydt won’t be able to read this story about her — not right away, at least.
SOUTH BEND – It’s not an easy task replacing a Butkus Award winner.
MIDDLEBURY — Although Landon Cawood primarily only played one sport in high school, golf, he was involved in a wide variety of organizations both inside and outside of Northridge High School. He also was one of the top students at the school, graduating with a 4.23 GPA.
SOUTH BEND – In 2020, Notre Dame defensive linemen Daelin Hayes and Ade Ogundeji manned each end of the line of scrimmage on defense for the Fighting Irish.
GOSHEN — Goshen High School senior Avah DeVoe is on the cusp of becoming a Division-I athlete in cheerleading.
LAGRANGE – The importance of family to Cole Schiffli outweighs a lot of things in his life. Without it, he might not be the athlete he is today.
SOUTH BEND – Notre Dame is known most for its offensive line play.
GOSHEN — In high school, Isaac Sawatzky could be seen playing football, basketball, track or baseball for Goshen High School.
SOUTH BEND — A question a majority of Notre Dame fans are probably asking themselves as we move closer to the 2021 season is who’s going to breakout at the wide receiver and tight end positions for the Fighting Irish.
TOPEKA — Jesse Ward has been coaching soccer in the area for nearly two decades. Now, it’s time for the veteran coach to return home.
GOSHEN — Dedicated, hard working, competitive, confident and a great teammate.
SOUTH BEND — While there may be question marks surrounding a few of the position groups on the offensive side of the ball, there’s at least one group that head coach Brian Kelly and his coaching staff should feel good about heading into the fall.
TOPEKA — Rob Yoder is officially back in charge of the Westview boys basketball program.
The IHSAA made a series of changes at its June 25 executive committee meeting that affects teams both locally and statewide.
ELKHART — Kaylie Kustron doesn’t like sitting still. That’s why her schedule is as full as it is.
SOUTH BEND — Over the last three seasons, Notre Dame has been led by one of college football’s better quarterbacks in Ian Book.
GOSHEN — Kolette Kern’s devotion to sports has steadily grown for over a decade.
Below is information for those interested in competing in either the cornhole or the horseshoe pitching tournaments at the upcoming Elkhart County 4-H Fair.
Starting Wednesday, one of our more popular series of stories from last year — “Unsung Athletes” — will be making its return.
GOSHEN — After a 75-minute workout and 20-minute drive home, Drew Hogan makes a beeline toward the kitchen. He surveys the options in the pantry and grabs a grape-flavored Capri-Sun. He says he likes kiwi flavored ones the most, but grape is all they have right now.
ELKHART — Many people from different walks of life came out to the Northern Indiana Event Center Thursday to celebrate the life of Jim Hahn, the former Concord High School boys basketball coach who died on April 29 due to COVID pneumonia.
The following is a press release from NorthWood High School, announcing full capacity for all sporting events in the 2021-22 season, as well as a new ticket plan for fans.
GOSHEN — For Michael Johnson, it was time to come home.
TOPEKA — Ed Bentley is no longer the coach of the Westview boys basketball program after just one season.
Concord’s Jeff Petty won’t be seen coaching any Minutemen student athletes during the 2021-22 athletic year. Instead, he’ll now be involved with all students at Concord High School at an even broader scale.
This Week's Circulars
Samuel E. Miller, 83, LaGrange, died Tuesday, Aug. 3. Funeral services are at 9:30 a.m., Friday, at 3585 E. 300 S., LaGrange. Visitation at 3500 E. 300 S. LaGrange, 2 p.m., Wednesday and Thursday.
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