BENTON — West Noble maintained its status as the lone Northeast Corner Conference football team without a loss in 2019 thanks to a 38-6 victory at Fairfield.
NAPPANEE — NorthWood used both of its air and running attacks to knock off Wawasee, 40-10, in a Northern Lakes Conference football game Friday in Nappanee.
NAPPANEE — Sometimes, all it takes is a lucky bounce for a team to be victorious in a soccer match. That happened Thursday, as NorthWood junior Andre De Freitas’ free kick bounced through the defense and into the back of the net, giving the No. 14 (2A) Panthers a 1-0 victory over No. 16 (3A)…
The 1999 Goshen High School football season looked like a promising one with 21 letterwinners, including 11 starters, returning from a team that had worked its way up to the No. 1 ranking in the Class 4A poll during the previous season’s campaign.
NAPPANEE — Fourteen years ago, NorthWood High School didn’t have enough players to field a girls golf team. On Saturday, they enter the Warsaw sectional as the eighth-ranked team in the state and the favorites to repeat as sectional champions — leaving coach Adam Yoder doubting his own golf skills.
GOSHEN — The Case Western Reserve University women’s soccer team is off a 6-0 start on the 2019 season, and freshman Aniya Hartzler is playing a key role in the Spartans’ success.
LIGONIER — Josh Gross lived up to his preseason talk, and now the target is officially on the back of the West Noble football team.
SYRACUSE — Concord came up empty the first time the Minutemen had the football.
NAPPANEE — The Nate Newcomer show came to Andrews Field in Nappanee Friday night.
NAPPANEE — The NorthWood boys tennis team kept its undefeated season rolling Thursday with a 5-0 victory over Northern Lakes Conference opponent, Goshen.
GOSHEN — Taking care of us has been the message to the Goshen High School football team this week in preparation for a game tonight at Andrews Field in Nappanee.
GOSHEN — Redshirt freshman placekicker Josh Gorball was perfect on all five of his PAT kicks for the Grand Valley State University Lakers in a 35-10 win over the Edinboro University Fighting Scots in a season opener in Allendale, Michigan.
At this time last year, I wrote a column examining the area football teams we, The Goshen News, cover. In the spirit of consistency, let’s look at where our 2019 area teams stack up.
GOSHEN — The Fairfield Falcons don’t play overtime very often, but when they do, they enjoy the extra sessions.
In the Indiana football team room, there’s one sentence written in dark blue on one of the multiple dry erase boards.
GOSHEN — It’s rare athletes compete against a defending state champion in high school sports. It’s almost unheard of to play two in the same day.
MIDDLEBURY — Never being a program to shy away from top-notch competition, the Northridge High School girls soccer team hosted the No. 5-ranked Homestead Spartans Saturday afternoon at Todd Woodworth Field in Middlebury.
DUNLAP — A strong second half helped Concord beat NorthWood in a clash of state-ranked Northern Lakes Conference football teams.
GOSHEN — For whatever reason, the Goshen RedHawks didn’t look like the same team that dropped a 31-3 decision to the Elkhart Central Blue Blazers last Friday.
MIDDLEBURY — Northridge loves running the football. Caid Lacey is good at running the football. Put those two together, and you get a performance like the one Lacey had Friday night.
GOSHEN — Bronson Yoder is well known in the local area for making momentum-changing plays on the football field.
GOSHEN — The Northridge Raiders were awarded a penalty kick late in their Northern Lakes Conference high school boys soccer match with the Goshen RedHawks Saturday night.
GOSHEN — A couple of near misses on scoring chances by Northridge in the first half kept the Goshen RedHawks in their Northern Lakes Conference high school girls soccer match with the Raiders Saturday evening.
NAPPANEE — It had been a while since NorthWood beat Concord in boys soccer. So long, in fact, that Panthers head coach Brad Duerksen couldn’t recall after the game how many years it had actually been since NorthWood won against their Northern Lakes Conference foe.
NAPPANEE — A pair of perennial football powerhouses met Friday in non-conference action.
DUNLAP — For the first 10 minutes of the game Friday, Concord couldn’t get anything going. They had seven yards of offense and two punts kicked straight into the wind gave Elkhart Memorial two short fields to work with. The first one led to a Memorial touchdown, giving the Crimson Chargers a…
GOSHEN — Elkhart Central’s uniforms were blue and white, but it was “Brown” that was the color of the evening.
GOSHEN — Tonight could be the end of an era in Goshen High School football.
GOSHEN — Westview gave Goshen all they could handle in the first half, but a dominant second half led the RedHawks to an 8-1 victory over the Warriors Tuesday in Goshen.
GOSHEN — When Sam Grewe packs his bags to return from Lima, Peru, he will need to find a little extra room in his luggage.
MIDDLEBURY — Ten years ago, the Goshen Iron Horsemen Club asked Trever Schneider if he could help their organization. The hillclimbing club were struggling, financially, and needed some new perspectives to help save the organization.
GOSHEN — The Goshen RedHawks won their season opener, but the Fairfield Falcons made them sweat it out by mounting a fourth-period comeback that fell just short.
NAPPANEE — “We dug deep and that’s a huge testament to this team,” said NorthWood football coach Nate Andrews Friday after he saw his Panthers open the season with a 35-21 victory against Jimtown.
ALBION — West Noble’s school colors are red, white and blue. Central Noble’s are maroon and white.
GOSHEN — The 2019 girls cross country teams will be dominated by youth.
GOSHEN — The Northeast Corner Conference looks to have two more state championship contenders this year as Westview and West Noble return many key pieces from their 2018 boys cross country state qualifying teams.
GOSHEN — Two teams that played in regional championships a season ago highlight what could be a strong season of volleyball in the area.
GOSHEN — Splashing, pedaling and stepping their way, multiple generations of athletes took part in the 2019 Rock the Quarry Triathlon and Mile Swim presented by the Goshen Parks & Recreation Department .
Longtime local high school cross-county and track coach Chuck Schlemmer was injured in a collision Friday night while riding his bicycle.
LAGRANGE — A year ago, Jesse Maurer had one more rung to leap. He could see it. He could feel it. He could taste it. He was a matter of inches from achieving his goal.
DUNLAP — Almost everyone in life has what can be referred to as a turning point.
ELKHART — The Allards have taken their share of checkered flags.
NAPPANEE — Talk about making a statement.
GOSHEN — Gracie Tucker's summer of hard work paid off in the first girls golf invitational of the season Monday.
GOSHEN — This could be one of the best seasons in local high school girls golf in recent memory, including several quality teams capable of advancing all the way to the state tournament and a couple of individuals also worthy of making the state finals.
GOSHEN — Once the Elkhart County 4-H Fair ends, the summer is pretty much over for a lot of area high school athletes and coaches.
GOSHEN — If there was one thing I realized Saturday afternoon, it’s that I need to start exercising again.
As a lifelong professional wrestling fan, Saturday night was almost a dream come true for me.
LIGONIER — The phrase “Brandon Pruitt, Division-I football player” is still taking some getting used to for the West Noble senior — even if he thinks it sounds cool.
SOUTH BEND — As he sat in the office of the road clubhouse at Four Winds Field Saturday night — blood on his face, a beer in his hand — Brian “The Crippler” Costello retold a story from one of the previous “Clash at the Cove” wrestling shows he runs every year.
GOSHEN — The track at the 4-H Fairgrounds is a busy place during the nine-day run of the Elkhart County 4-H Fair.
LAKE FOREST, Ill. — It was ugly. It was gut wrenching. And it was, ultimately, a win for Chicago.
CHICAGO (AP) — When Anthony Rizzo went down in the infield grass at Wrigley Field, it looked bad for the big first baseman and the Chicago Cubs.
With sophomore running back Stevie Scott III and an experienced offensive line returning, Indiana projected to have a strong running game heading into the 2019 season.
ATHENS, Ga. — The Georgia players know it’s a big game. They can read the polls. They can hear all the chatter around campus.
Adam Vinatieri isn’t going anywhere.
Yes, it’s just three games in the 2019 season. But even with Ryan Day replacing Urban Meyer as Ohio State coach, the Buckeyes so far have showed no signs of slowing down in their quest to win their fourth Big Ten title in six years.
National Hockey League players announced Monday they will not opt out of the collective bargaining agreement, guaranteeing labor peace until at least 2022.
Devin Funchess is headed to injured reserve, but the Indianapolis Colts wide receiver might yet have some football to play this year.
ATHENS, Ga. — For the No. 3 Georgia Bulldogs, the first three weeks of the season appear to have all the significance of an NFL preseason.
Indiana’s defense showed growth from Week 1 against Ball State to Week 2 against Eastern Illinois, posting its first shutout since 2017 against Rutgers.
This Week's Circulars
GOSHEN [mdash] Rosemary Fry, 86 died Monday, Sept. 9, 2019. Visitation will be Saturday, Sept. 28 from 2:30 until the 4:30 p.m. memorial service at College Mennonite Church. Visit www.yoderculpfuneralhome for full obituary.
GOSHEN [mdash] Anne Marie Yoder, 94, died Friday, Sept. 20, at home. A memorial service will be held at a later date. Yoder-Culp Funeral Home is assisting with arrangements.
PLYMOUTH [mdash] Lena Miller, age 69, of Plymouth, died at 3:05 p.m. Friday, Sept. 20, at her residence after an extended illness. She was born Aug. 10, 1950, in Bremen, to Tobias and Anna Bontrager Borkholder. On Nov. 6, 1975, she married Daniel Miller in Nappanee. Mrs. Miller was a lifetim…
HOWE [mdash] Velma Miller, 69, of Howe, died unexpectedly at 5:07 p.m. Friday, Sept. 20, at her residence. She was born Dec. 8, 1949, in Marshall County, to Oscar and Katie (Schmucker) Schmucker. On July 30, 1969, in Nappanee, she married Ray J. Miller; he died April 26, 2016. Surviving are …
ELKHART [mdash] Dean Slagel, 92, Elkhart, died Saturday, Sept. 14, at Hubbard Hill Living Wisdom Community. Burial and graveside services for Dean and his wife Dorothy will be held at 12:45 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 25, at West Goshen Cemetery. More information at www.rrefh.com.
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