LIGONIER — Goshen girls basketball coach Shaun Hill kept it pretty brief following Tuesday night’s game against West Noble.
GOSHEN — Ellie Lengacher has taken the skills she learned playing soccer in Middlebury and turned them into a national championship.
GOSHEN — Mia Miller made a goal her senior year of high school to compete in every swimming event Goshen offered. She was able to accomplish that when she participated in 1-meter diving at the then-Redskin Relays.
DUNLAP — Concord came up short in its 2019-20 boys basketball home opener Friday.
MIDDLEBURY — Northridge weathered numerous scoring bursts from South Bend Riley junior Blake Wesley to knock off the Panthers, 68-62, Friday in Middlebury.
GOSHEN — Mishawaka took a 40-39 lead on the Goshen RedHawks with :13 left in the third period.
DUNLAP — Concord met Elkhart Memorial in a high school wrestling dual meet for the second time in less than two weeks Thursday, Dec. 5 at McCuen Gym.
NAPPANEE — When teams prepare to play against NorthWood, they have to game plan for the Panthers’ two 6-foot seniors in Kate Rulli and Maddy Payne.
GOSHEN — When the Mishawaka Cavemen travel to Goshen Friday night, the host RedHawks will be trying to accomplish something that hasn’t happened since the 2012-13 high school boys basketball season.
GOSHEN — When the decision was made at Fairfield Community Schools that there was a need for a long-range plan to improve the property, the school board had one priority above all others.
GOSHEN — Messiah College senior forward Ellie Lengacher (Northridge) was one of four members of the Falcons to be named to the 2019 Mid-Atlantic All-Region women’s soccer team.
ELKHART — In Goshen’s season opener with Fairfield last Saturday, the RedHawks played from the front leading the entire way after a 3-pointer to open the scoring by freshman Quinn Bechtel.
GOSHEN — Making things tough on the visiting attackers, Goshen earned a 38-27 non-conference girls basketball victory Tuesday against Central Noble.
GOSHEN — Concord had a strong start to their boys and girls swimming seasons Tuesday, defeating Goshen 122-58 in the boys competition and 132-54 in the girls. It was the first meet of the season for the Minutemen, while it was the RedHawks’ second.
GOSHEN — One of the big questions about the Goshen High School boys basketball team entering the 2019-20 season was where were the points going to come from?
MIDDLEBURY — Showing composure during the chaos, Westview edged Northridge 59-58 Saturday, in non-conference boys high school basketball at the Middlebury Madhouse.
GOSHEN — When the dust settled at the 2019 NECC-NLC Shootout Saturday at Fairfield High School, it was the NECC’s Angola standing tall. The Hornets defeated the NLC’s Northridge, 50-37, and Concord, 45-37, to go undefeated in the shootout.
TOPEKA — A yellow-and-black Chevrolet Camaro sits just beyond the 3-point line on the homemade basketball court in the barn where Charlie Yoder perfected his jump shot.
GOSHEN — Jon Everingham couldn’t hold back how special Tuesday night’s victory was.
GOSHEN — The Indianapolis Greyhounds finished the regular season with a 9-1 record and open the NCAA DII playoffs today at Central Missouri in Warrensburg, Missouri.
TOPEKA — After a come-from-behind victory over Fairfield Saturday and an upset win over No. 4 (3A) Mishawaka Marian Tuesday, the Goshen girls basketball team could’ve easily had a “letdown” game Thursday against Westview.
A grand total of six members of the Concord Minutemen were named to the all-Northern Lakes Conference football team for the 2019 season.
GOSHEN — When you look at the minutes Elijah Hales has played in his first two collegiate men’s basketball games and the points he has scored, his career is off to a very productive start.
SOUTH BEND — Pre-professional soccer has come to South Bend.
GOSHEN — Tenacity.
SYRACUSE — Wawasee used its depth to knock off Westview, 46-38, in a girls basketball matchup Friday at The Hardwood Teepee in Syracuse.
GOSHEN — There will be a new conference in Indiana starting next fall.
GOSHEN — Disrupting what Lakeland was trying to do offensively, Goshen earned its second girls basketball victory in as many outings.
GOSHEN — Fouls caused Goshen problems early in the game, but in the long run it was trips to the free-throw line late in the contest that allowed the RedHawks to open the high school girls basketball season on a wining note.
BUTLER — There’s no doubt the Fairfield football team on the field Friday night was better than the team that took the field throughout the 2018 season. But the Falcons program still has lots of room to grow after a 34-0 loss to Eastside in the Class 2A, Sectional 35 championship game Friday night.
GOSHEN — West Noble went into the Menno Lands Thursday and emerged with a 50-27 victory over Bethany Christian to kickoff the 2019-20 girls basketball season for both teams.
GOSHEN — The Fairfield Falcons played great defense during the postseason to reach the Final Four of the Indiana High School Athletic Association Class 2A volleyball state tournament Saturday at Plymouth High School.
ELKHART — Craig Koehler summed it up.
GOSHEN — Goshen won the turnover battle and the team that generally does that wins the game, but unfortunately for the RedHawks that wasn’t the case Friday night.
LIGONIER — It was the perfect start for West Noble.
GOSHEN — Although it’s disputed which schools played the first high school boys soccer game in Indiana, there’s no argument over what the first conference was: the Northern Indiana Soccer Conference.
GOSHEN — Goshen College men’s basketball coach Jon Tropf is hoping the depth of his roster will help lead the Maple Leafs get out of the cellar of the Crossroads League.
GOSHEN — The Goshen College women’s basketball team may be young, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t experienced.
GOSHEN — Postseason play got underway last Friday night and approximately half of the football teams that competed during the regular season are putting the equipment in storage and starting to make plans for the 2020 season.
LAKEVILLE — Two of the things Fairfield volleyball coach Brittany Herschberger has been stressing with her team this season are playing consistently and staying mentally focused.
LAKEVILLE — Ever since the Fairfield Falcons started working out for the current volleyball season they have been thinking about making the state finals.
MIDDLEBURY — The last scheduled varsity football game at Northridge High School’s Raider Field ended with a 42-21 loss to unbeaten East Noble.
WALKERTON — They don’t ask “how,” they ask “if.”
NAPPANEE — Taking control by pounding the ball on the ground from the opening drive, the NorthWood Panthers rolled to a 49-3 win over the Wawasee Warriors in a Class 3A, Sectional 19 contest Friday night at Andrews Field.
GOSHEN — Ready or not the 47th annual IHSAA state football tournament gets underway this evening with six local teams involved in five sectional games.
GOSHEN — The Fairfield Falcons returned to the winners role in the IHSAA girls volleyball tournament last Saturday evening, defeating Prairie Heights 25-22, 25-22, 25-7 in the finale of the Prairie Heights Class 2A Sectional.
NAPPANEE — Caroline Mullet couldn’t pinpoint one moment. Maddy Payne realized it after a match against Elkhart Memorial. Hilary Laidig knew from an early-season tournament at Penn.
NAPPANEE — It was a different feeling for Jack Wysong and Landon Holland playing tennis the last two weeks. Usually with their teammates, the seniors found themselves being the only NorthWood Panthers playing in the IHSAA boys tennis individual No.1 doubles tournament.
The Northern Lakes Conference announced it’s 2019 all-conference teams for boys soccer, girls soccer and volleyball Tuesday, as well as the coaches of the year in each sport. Here’s a list of who was selected.
UPDATE (2:30 p.m., 10/22): The IHSAA did not disclose why CMA was sanctioned.
SYRACUSE — Grace Clark was one of the seniors on the NorthWood High School girls volleyball team that had never experienced the thrill of winning a sectional championship.
SOUTH BEND — Notre Dame and offensive coordinator Chip Long have agreed to part ways after three seasons, according to multiple media reports. FootballScoop.com was the first to report the news, with Irish Illustrated first to confirm the initial report.
INDIANAPOLIS — Adam Vinatieri is determined to continue his celebrated career. Parris Campbell would just like to get his off and running.
Last week represented a pendulum of emotions for the Indiana men’s basketball team. There was the high of knocking off No. 17 Florida State at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall, followed by the low of losing by 20 points at Wisconsin in the Big Ten opener.
SAN DIEGO — Stephen Strasburg is returning to Washington with a record contract, and fellow free agent pitcher Gerrit Cole could be in line for an even larger payday.
The closer than expected contest between Ohio State and Wisconsin in the Big Ten football championship game didn’t benefit the Buckeyes in the College Football Playoff.
BOSTON — Pete Frates, a former college baseball player whose battle with Lou Gehrig’s disease helped inspire the ALS ice bucket challenge that has raised more than $200 million worldwide, died Monday. He was 34.
SOUTH BEND — It wasn’t a matter of where Notre Dame would be playing its bowl game this year, but against who. With four Big 12 teams eligible to face the Fighting Irish, it was uncertain which one would be selected to face Notre Dame in the Camping World Bowl.
MISHAWAKA — You know it’s a special event when Santa Claus makes an appearance.
The NFL is all about timing and opportunity. When the two meet, it’s up to players to make the most of it.
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. — After an on-again, off-again courtship, Greg Schiano is back as Rutgers football coach.
This Week's Circulars
BREMEN [mdash] Leroy D. Hochstetler, 80, Bremen, passed away at the scene of a truck/buggy accident in Marshall County, Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2019. He was born Jan. 1, 1939, in Marshall County to Daniel H. and Lovina (Hochstetler) Hochstetler. On June 18, 1957, he married Malinda Schmucker in El…
GOSHEN [mdash] On Friday, Penny passed away at the age of 61. Surviving are husband, JR, and children, Jason and Melissa; six grandkids; and sister, Linda Stroud. A celebration of life will be held at Greene Road Church, 7 p.m. Dec. 20. www.rrefh.com.
INDIANAPOLIS [mdash] Nancy Rae Meyer, 73, of Indianapolis, passed away Friday, Dec. 6. She was born May 11, 1946, in Goshen, to the late Orville C. and Lavon E. (Wideman) Inbody. Nancy was a 1964 graduate of Elkhart High School, where she met the love of her life, Robert E. "Bob" Meyer. They…
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