Over the past several years the number of people who have become involved with canoeing and kayaking has exploded, and for good reason.

Kokomo’s Tayler Persons has signed a contract to play with German top-division club s.Oliver Würzburg and will join the team in August to get set for the upcoming 2020-21 season.

Prior to the Korn Ferry Tour’s Utah Open on June 25-28, Daniel Summerhays announced he was retiring from professional golf and returning to his alma mater, Davis High School in Kaysville, Utah, to serve as a teacher and the school's golf coach.

Chloe McClain finally got in a game again last month. The KT All-Area girls basketball player from Kokomo suits up for the Indiana Red Storm in the offseason. This year’s summer season was delayed due to the state’s shutdown to combat coronavirus, but the new season has finally started to ramp up.

Phil Wehmeyer, 78, recorded a hole-in-one Friday at Wildcat Creek G.C. The shot came on No. 7. He used a 7-wood. Dennis Baird, James Hudson and Mark Dunkin witnessed the shot.

When the high school boys golf season was called off due to the spread of COVID-19 around Indiana, Kokomo's Brandon Hansen was left with an aimless spring.

The Men of Mackey defeated HeartFire 85-79 in The Basketball Tournament's round of 32 on Sunday. Kokomo's Brandon Wood played for HeartFire's and was its captain.

Tipton’s Griffin Hare won the boys 18-year-old division in the Indiana Junior Golf Tour’s Age Group Championship at the Pete Dye Course. The two-day event concluded Thursday.

Kokomo’s Tayler Persons is going to play in The Basketball Tournament after all. The tournament is a 5-on-5 team competition in Columbus, Ohio, with 24 teams vying for a $1 million winner-take-all pot.

When Bayden Root arrived at Ohio State to start practice with the Buckeye baseball team in 2018, he had a decision to make. A fan of OSU and Cleveland sports teams growing up, the Kokomo High School product mulled his options.

During his recruiting process, when former Kokomo High School athlete Kyle Wade was considering both football and baseball, his father asked him to consider something about the schools regardless of his athletic choice.

Kokomo High School’s girls basketball team will have a new coach next season after previous coach Tod Windlan accepted the boys basketball coaching job at Sheridan. The Blackhawks announced Windlan’s hiring on Thursday.

Brandon Wood is eager to play some competitive basketball again. He was playing professionally abroad when the coronavirus shutdown hit and wants to get back to the action on court.

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