CULVER - Friday afternoon, CMA Football star defensive-end and Indiana Mr. Football candidate Deontae Craig announced on Instagram that he intends to join the Iowa Hawkeye Football's incoming class of 2020.
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PLYMOUTH - The Plymouth girls golf team hosted the ladies from Twin Lakes and Bremen at Pretty Lake on Wednesday evening. The TL Indians took both matches edging out the Pilgrims by seven shots thanks to Medalist Danielle D'Andrea's 45. The Plymouth girls defeated Bremen to improve to 3-1 on…
INDIANAPOLIS – Coaches will always say they don't care about preseason polls. They will tell you the only one that matters is the final one, but the Indiana Football Coaches Association still puts out a pre-season poll and some local coaches programs have received some notice from their peers.
ARGOS – With the loss of a very talented senior class Argos soccer head coach Todd Vanderweele might have some concerns for the coming campaign but a solid core of talented returners have him breathing a little easier.
ARGOS - If it were a game of numbers Argos coach Joe Stone would have come out on top returning more seniors than he lost. But for this year's version of the Lady Dragons, it goes deeper than that.
CULVER - Today CMA basketball standout guard and Mr. Basketball candidate Trey Galloway announced on Instagram his verbal commitment and intention to be a part of Indiana University men's basketball's incoming class of 2020.
It was the final dress rehearsal before opening night at Plymouth High School as the Rockies hosted Concord, Knox, and Mishawaka Marian in the final 11 on 11 scrimmage of the off season. The Rockies will suit it up on Friday, August 23 at home against East Noble.
PLYMOUTH — There is a great focus on “servant leadership” around most high school athletic programs these days and as a result of that more and more teams are organizing mission trips overseas that involve their particular sport.
Area football teams battled the elements as they worked to make those final adjustments as they approach opening night on Aug. 23.Despite the heat, the Bremen High School football team was able to get some work in this week.A planned scrimmage for Thursday on Goshen High School’s turf field …
LAKEVILLE — LaVille Athletic Director Will Hostrawser is excited to offer fans a means of pre-sale tickets for LaVille home athletic events.
CULVER - The U.S. Under-19 training roster has been trimmed to 32 players following another round of tryouts at US Lacrosse headquarters this weekend.
SOUTH BEND — After Brennen Davis and the South Bend Cubs beat the Quad Cities River Bandits on a walk-off home run last night to open the series, the club hoped they could mount another comeback on Sunday afternoon in game two at Four Winds Field.
BREMEN - The honors continue to pile up for Bremen's Erin Coffel as the Lady Lions infielder was named to the MaxPreps national high school under class All American list.
LAKEVILLE — Following approval at a recent Union-North United School Board meeting, Dylan Shumaker has been named as the new head wrestling coach at LaVille. Shumaker replaces Sean Webbb.
SOUTH BEND – The South Bend Cubs have announced their next homestand of the 2019 season. Included in this homestand are two nights celebrating our nation’s Independence Day, Tuesday, July 2 and Wednesday, July 3. Also included is another Dog Day Monday – a chance to bring your favorite pup t…
ARGOS — The North Central Soccer Association (NCSA) has announced the winner of the T. Edward Ummel Young Referee of the Year Award. Brooks Feldman, son of Jon and Jodi Feldman of Bremen, was selected for 2019, as the ninth winner of the award.
PLAINFIELD — LaVille High School student-athletes joined students from across the state at the 16th annual IHSAA Student Leadership Conference held at Plainfield High School recently.
McLEAN, VA — The ALL-USA Today High School Softball Team for the 2018-19 season was selected in coordination with Michael Kyllo-Kittleson of Fastpitch News based on high school performance, level of competition and strength of schedule.
SOUTH BEND - A near capacity crowd at Four Winds Field in South Bend was treated to the best of the Midwest League Tuesday night as the South Bend Cubs hosted this year's All Star game for the first time since 1989.
The 2019 Plymouth Rockies football season started with a seven-on-seven matchup with CMA Friday and in just one week, the Rockies football radio auction fundraiser will take place on WTCA from 9 a.m to 4 p.m
SOUTH BEND – Andrew Berlin, Owner of the South Bend Cubs, and Joe Hart, President of the South Bend Cubs, are pleased to announce the schedule of events for the three days of festivities surrounding the 2019 Midwest League All-Star Game.
SOUTH BEND — The Midwest League All-Star Extravaganza at Four Winds Field is less than a week away and the South Bend Cubs have announced additional details for autographs, appearances and more.
WHITING - It was a wild ride of a game from the very start but in spite of the excitement it's one that LaVille's Lancers will never want to take again as they lost a heart breaker in round one of regional play to Bluffton by an 8-7 final.
BERNE — It had to wait an extra day, but top-ranked Bremen defeated No. 5 South Adams, 9-0, to win the Class 2A high school softball regional Wednesday night. The game was originally scheduled for Tuesday, but was pushed back a day due to rain.
The LaVille girls tennis team held its annual awards recognition program recently. LaVille tennis will graduate Allison Gadacz and Charlet Kapke off a team that will return 10 for the 2020 season.
PLYMOUTH - A two run third would be all Mishawaka would need to take a win over Plymouth for their second straight sectional title by a final of 3-0.
CULVER — For the second consecutive year, the Lady Pilgrim Tennis team took a regional crown to advance to semi-state play, that run came to an end Saturday afternoon at Culver Academy as the Lady Pilgrims fell to the Munster Mustangs 4-1.
WARSAW – Four individuals and one relay team will advance to the high school girls state track meet June 1 at Indiana University after placing in the top three at the Warsaw Regional Tuesday night.
Plymouth’s Claudia Marohn had a jump of 5’2” to place in the top three at regional competition in Warsaw and qualify for the State Finals on Saturday June 1 at Indiana University. She was the only Plymouth athlete to advance.
- Academy's Craig headed for Iowa
- State denies $500K grant for Rees
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- Triton Schools off to a ‘transformational start’
- Craig headed for Iowa
- Bremen High School introduces staff for 2019-2020 school year
- Oregon-Davis School Corporation welcomes several new teachers and Instructional Aides
- New teachers introduced at North Judson-San Pierre High School
- Argos native Mike Scheetz re-opens iconic 50’s drive in restaurant
- $1M bond for man who sparked AMBER Alert in Hamlet
- Mishawaka woman, Delphi man arrested for allegedly having 2 ounces of meth
- Marshall County Blueberry Festival ‘Mega Pass’ on sale now
- Charges filed against brother of alleged carjacker in Plymouth
- Officers arrest 5 in warrant sweep in Starke, Marshall counties on Wednesday
- Elkhart man charged with leading Bremen officer on chase to plead guilty in case
- North Judson man gets decade in DOC for dealing heroin, meth in Marshall County
- 7 arrested in 2 raids in Plymouth on Tuesday
- NWS: Severe weather possible in Marshall, Starke counties Monday evening, night
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