Northwestern’s girls basketball team is heading back to the State Finals.
Western wrestlers scored a pair of medals Saturday in the final day of the IHSAA State Finals at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. Senior 132-pounder Hunter Cottingham took fifth, and junior 285-pounder Braydon Erb took seventh.
As far as Howard and surrounding counties are concerned, for the past 40 years one name stands out in the world of competitive bass fishing: Marvin Parton.
A frustrating season for Kokomo’s boys basketball squad hit another pothole Friday night in Memorial Gym when the Wildkats fell 75-63 to Anderson in the final North Central Conference game of the season for both teams.
Evan Kretz scored nine of his 15 points during the game-changing third quarter Friday night to help Western pull away for a 58-43 basketball victory at Benton Central.
Taylor’s boys basketball team found itself facing familiar ground in Friday’s Hoosier Heartland Conference game with Carroll at Center Court, bolting to an early lead only to watch it evaporate in a flash.
Peru senior Trey Sturgill, Western senior Hunter Cottingham and Western junior Braydon Erb posted victories in Friday's opening round of the IHSAA Wrestling State Finals to advance to Saturday morning's quarterfinal round.
Eastern’s 2019-20 wrestling season started on a down note. Returning state qualifier Bryce Buckley would have to miss his junior season on the mat after sustaining an injury during football season.
Northwestern's girls basketball team looked like a juggernaut in winning the Class 4A Marion Regional. The No. 1-ranked Tigers whipped No. 3 Fishers 67-40 in the semifinal round and dismantled No. 4 Homestead 72-35 in the championship.
Last summer while announcing the races at the Circus City Speedway former sprint car owner/driver and now mini-sprint owner for his son Jack, Chris Hoyer and I reminisced about the things we’ve seen over the years.
Eastern’s boys basketball team looked in good shape against Alexandria when Ethan Wilcox sparked an offensive breakout with a blocked shot and Brayden Richmond cashed in with a 3-pointer to push the Comets’ lead to 53-47 with 4:11 remaining. It was the Comets’ third 3-pointer of the fourth quarter.
With 3:37 left in the fourth quarter, a rebound hoop by Northwestern boys basketball standout Tayson Parker brought the Purple Tigers’ game at Rossville to a halt.
With leading scorer Easton Good out with an ankle injury against an improved Caston squad, the Lewis Cass boys basketball team needed some players to step up in his absence.
This Week's Circulars
- INDOT installing 5 J-turns on U.S. 31 in Miami Co.
- Showered in love: Kokomo Facebook group helps teacher surprise teen mom with baby shower
- Board says no to 'gun sanctuary'
- 4 charged in new confinement, torture incidents
- From ash to glass: Kokomo Opalescent Glass' cremains infused pieces growing in popularity
- Kokomo house fire kills 1, injures another
- Muslim group calls for councilman to resign
- 6 arrested on drug charges following search warrant
- GOP chair, councilman offer personal apology to Islamic Association
- Man deemed incompetent to stand trial