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Bremenâ€™s Nolan Filchak wrapped up a sensational sophomore season with a 16th-place finish in the 100 butterfly at the 76th Annual IHSAA Boys State Swim Finals Saturday in Indianapolis.
Triton sophomore Joey Corder tallied 14 points, eight rebounds, two steals and two assists as the Trojans clinched a share of the Northern State Conference championship on the road in Knox Friday night.
PLYMOUTH â€” Itâ€™s the time of year again when the hysteria starts to build around the state of Indiana with the opening of the boyâ€™s basketball sectional.
CULVER â€” It may be a new sectional site, but Triton is looking for the same result as the Class A Sectional 19 gets under way this week.
The five-peat champion Trojans are hitting the road for the first time in tourney play since 2008 as Culver Community hosts this yearâ€™s tilt, but while Triton may be in hostile territory, the team isnâ€™t looking to let its championship streak end this week.
TOPEKA â€” If youâ€™ve got to prepare for someone anyway, why not get ready for the best?
Thatâ€™s Bremenâ€™s mentality headed into the Lionsâ€™ Class 2A Westview Sectional-opening game with the host Warriors Tuesday night at 6 p.m.
Bremen drew the two-time defending tourney champs in the first-round match-up at Sectional 35 in Topeka, but rather than bemoaning what is most likely the tournamentâ€™s toughest draw, Lions head coach Ryan Eakins was positive about the pick.