- TRENT: Bowling column Crazy, mysterious, unpredictable and whatever else you want to call it — that is our Indiana weather. Since my last article, we've had snow, rain, sun, clouds, wind and tornadoes.
- Sports briefs for Saturday, Dec. 1 IUK Cougars fall to Berea College The IU Kokomo men's basketball team fell 67-58 to visiting Berea College on Saturday. The Cougars made runs at Berea but were repelled. IU Kokomo struggled in the early minutes of the game but Randall Lowe scored fo
- MARTINO: Andreas' love of outdoors leads to job in Florida On a typical weekday, Joel Andreas rises early for work just like everyone else. But for him there is no tie, no dress shirt and he doesn’t even have to worry about shaving if he so chooses. Once reaching his office, he grabs his equipment and walks towards his company vehicle. He puts the key in the ignition and the V-8 engine on the air boat roars to life.
- Tri-Central beats Eastern Hancock for state title Tri-Central beats Eastern Hancock for Class A state title STATE CHAMPIONS BY PEDRO VELAZCO KOKOMO TRIBUNE
- High-noon showdown for 2A title Both teams took care of business, setting up this: Two of the state's best QBs will meet up again today when Tipton (11-3) takes on Ritter (12-2) in the Class 2A state championship at noon in Lucas Oil Stadium.
- The big stage awaits In his mind, Tri-Central football coach George Gilbert has truly torn into his team in yelling fashion only one time this season.
- New-look Berries are too much for Peru in Skaggs' first game LOGANSPORT - Here was a sense of wonder and excitement about how this new-look Logansport boys basketball team might look against Peru Wednesday night in the season opener at the Berry Bowl. After the final buzzer sounded, the Berries fans went home
Kats carve up Panthers
Kokomo's boys basketball team turned to a new tradition while playing its traditional opener against Western on Wednesday.
The new tradition: unearthing a gem.
Cass puts clamps on North Miami
Defense played a key role in Lewis Cass’ 83-41 win over North Miami in boys basketball action Wednesday night.
Turnovers doom Eastern in opener
Twenty first-half turnovers buried a young Eastern boys basketball team against an experienced and balanced Frankton squad as the Green and Gold fell 83-44 in Comet coach Mike Springer’s debut Wednesday night.
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