Western's baseball team beat Maconaquah 10-0 in five innings in the Class 3A Northwestern Sectional's first semifinal game Thursday.
Northwestern’s Tayson Parker along with Kokomo’s Quincy Armstrong and Steven Edwards are all headed back to the IHSAA Boys Track and Field State Finals, and they’re taking plenty of company along with them for the ride.
The new, speedy track at Walter Cross Field saw an onslaught of speed last week at the Kokomo Boys Track and Field Sectional. Sectional records fell in the 100, 200 and 110 hurdles.
Kace Howard drove in five runs over the first two innings to help Western build a 7-0 lead and Conner Linn made the lead stand with a strong pitching performance in the No. 8-ranked Panthers' 8-1 victory over West Lafayette on Wednesday in the opening round of the Class 3A baseball sectional at Northwestern.
McCutcheon's baseball team ousted Kokomo in the first round of the Class 4A Lafayette Jeff Sectional on Wednesday, holding the Wildkats to four hits in a 2-0 Maverick victory.
It wasn’t all that long ago that Canton, Illinois, open-wheel standout Chris Windom was just a wide-eyed young kid who was typically the first car in line each race night at the Kokomo Speedway. His father, Preston, was right beside him.
Former Kokomo Speedway Sprint Car Rookie of the Year Ron Dennis and Blane Culp turned in outstanding performances in racing action Saturday night at the Circus City Speedway.
Grand Canyon University women’s golf coach Lauren Giesecke was recently selected as the Team USA girls coach for the Toyota Junior Golf World Cup next month in Toyota-shi, Japan.
This Week's Circulars
- Kokomo man arrested on 10 counts of child molestation
- Willie the Whale, once discarded, surfaces in Kokomo
- KSC employee arrested for child molestation
- Police say Markland Mall shooting a suicide
- Dressbarn, Richards Restaurant closing
- Updated: Search continues for 4-year-old boy; name, photo released
- New Domino’s on West Sycamore to replace old location in August
- Schleppy’s Loins food truck starts second year in Peru
- Potential business park envisioned near FCA plants
- New developer, increased costs expected for hotel, conference center project