Goshen College men's basketball coach Jon Tropf talks with sports editor Austin Hough about his career and love of Cleveland sports.
Goshen College women's basketball coach Stephanie Miller joins Austin Hough for this week's episode. They discuss the Notre Dame win over Clemson, how COVID is causing sports cancellations, her career and the outlook for this year's team.
Fall sports have come to an end in The Goshen News' coverage area. Host Austin Hough talks about what happened with local teams this past week. Plus, he talks with former Notre Dame football player Dr. Wade Iams about the "Bush Push."
The radio voice of the Toronto Blue Jays Ben Wagner, a 1999 graduate of Fairfield High School, joins host and newly named sports editor Austin Hough for today's podcast (27:00-end) — but not before Austin talks about all of the local prep sports, including Goshen's cross country team heading…
Goshen College's SID Tony Miller guest hosts with Austin Hough this week. They talk about Goshen College "pausing" this week on sports because of COVID activity on campus, plus all of the sectional and regional sports coming up this weekend — and oh yeah, football.
Austin Hough and guest host WHME-TV's Chuck Freeby talk local prep football, state golf, sectional soccer and Notre Dame. Also, who is Chuck's favorite team of all time? Find out in this week's episode!
On this week's episode, Austin Hough is joined by correspondent Steve Krah to talk about week six of the high school football season (00:58) and the girls golf regional from the weekend (20:55). Austin then has interviews with Lakeland's Madison Keil (25:27), NorthWood coach Adam Yoder (29:1…
The Goshen News Sports team of Greg Keim and Austin Hough talk about week five of prep football, along with a roundup of girls golf sectionals. Plus, Austin accurately predicts Notre Dame info changing after recording the podcast, as their discussion about the Irish became moot when their ga…
The Goshen News sports team of Greg Keim and Austin Hough discover 2020 isn't done with sports yet with the lights going out during a Friday night football game. They also talk about some of the other high school games they covered and how the playing field is lining up. Plus, the duo give t…
Fairfield's volleyball team was cleared to play Tuesday after canceling some upcoming games Monday night because of a COVID-19 concern. The TGN sports team of Greg Keim and Austin Hough talk about what happened, along with prep football, Notre Dame and more in this week's podcast.
Our TGN sports team of Greg Keim and Austin Hough have been busy covering football games. They talk about their impressions of those games and athletes in this week's podcast. Plus, a memorable tribute to West Noble soccer player Anthony Reyes.
Friday night football returns. The Goshen News sports team of Greg Keim and Austin Hough talk about the matchups, plus girls golf, local athletes, a soccer player's death at West Noble and the Indy 500 in this week's episode.
The Goshen News sports team of Greg Keim and Austin Hough welcomes back high school sports with local girls golf teams competing at the Goshen Invitational. They also talk about national and college sports being impacted by COVID-19.
NorthWood boys basketball coach and teacher Aaron Wolfe talks with hosts Greg Keim and Austin Hough about the uncertainty the coronavirus has brought to sports and schools.
Will they or won't they? That's the question on everyone's mind about the return of local and national sports teams as the coronavirus pandemic continues. Some local teams, including golf, are already practicing. Concord suspended its football workouts after a coach tested positive. Greg Kei…
On this week's podcast, The Goshen News sports team of Greg Keim and Austin Hough are joined by Jimtown Athletic Director and IHSAA Board of Directors member Nathan Dean to discuss the struggles and possibilities of the fall high school sports season.
Greg Keim and Austin Hough discuss the returning of sports, specifically at local high schools.
On this week's podcast, The Goshen News sports team of Greg Keim and Austin Hough discuss the passing of Wawasee swimming legend Andy Kryder, a couple of local girls basketball athletes committing to college and the MLB's official return plan.
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- Elkhart County commissioners enact fines up to $5,000 to enforce virus-control orders
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- Families deal with deaths of loved ones who battled COVID-19
- Goshen Health medical experts talk frankly about COVID
- COLUMN: In a year so abnormal, the Westview Whistler provides normalcy
- POLICE NEWS: Driver arrested after single-vehicle crash
- POLICE NEWS: Weekend crash injures two
- PREP BOYS BASKETBALL: Northridge leads wire-to-wire in win over Westview
- PREP FOOTBALL: Fairfield's Thacker earns TGN Coach of the Year honors