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Northwestern’s boys tennis team had a battle on its hands in defeating Eastern 5-0 at Northwestern High School Thursday.

Kokomo's football team welcomes one of the state's top teams to Walter Cross Field tonight to open the season.

The Sprint Car Smackdown at the Kokomo Speedway is a grind that requires near perfect execution on the first two nights to give a driver a realistic opportunity for Saturday night’s huge finale.

Carroll and Tri-Central of the Hoosier Heartland Conference and Peru of the Three Rivers Conference all had losing records in the 2018 football campaign, and all three would like to see improvement in the new season.

It was at this time a year ago that California driver Justin Grant finally began to hit his stride in his first season driving the TOPP Motorsports/NOS Energy Drink No. 4.

Western’s boys and girls teams came out on top Wednesday in the Northwestern Combination cross country meet. The meet consists of three races – one for the 1-2 runners, one for the 3-4 runners, and a third for the 5-6-7 and JV runners. The top five times are added for a team score.

After graduating their starting quarterback, the Kokomo Wildkats didn’t have to go looking for a new one, he found them.

California native Thomas Meseraull cut his racing teeth against the likes of former NASCAR Cup Series driver A.J. Allmendinger, but while Allmendinger went to the Indy Racing League before heading South, Meseraull found his peace and joy running bullrings aboard either a midget or sprint car.

Kokomo's boys tennis team regained its spot atop the local heap last fall when the Wildkats beat Western, Northwestern and Eastern en route to the sectional title.

Tipton's football team will have a lot of new faces in the starting lineup win it opens the season on Friday, but the program’s main goal will remain the same: win a sectional championship.

Plain and simple, Northwestern football coach Austen Robison sees better days on the horizon for the Tigers.

Indiana Football Hall of Fame coach George Gilbert is used to taking over in challenging situations.

Merica slammed 12 kills to lead the Panthers' attack in their season-opening victory over Lafayette Jeff (25-17, 28-26, 24-26, 25-14). 

An explosive offense and stout defense led Eastern’s football team to one of its best seasons in school history last year, winning its first seven games on the way to an 8-2 record.

Maconaquah's football team had one of the largest improvements in the state last year, winning nine games after totaling just four victories during the previous two seasons.

Northwestern's volleyball team will come at opponents with one of the best dish-and-deliver combinations in the state in setter Kendal Rooze and outside hitter Madison Layden.

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