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- NCC going to divisional play next year The North Central Conference will go to divisional play in most sports starting in the 2014-15 school year. The move is designed to cut travel expenses while at the same time add excitement with new championship tournaments in some of the sports, Log
- Sports briefs for Dec. 1 Winamac girls fall at Rochester, 49-43 ROCHESTER -- Winamac's girls basketball team dropped to 4-2 on the season with a 49-43 loss at Rochester Saturday night. Ali Larkin scored 17 points and Stephanie Shorter had 15 to lead the Warriors. Michaela I
- A stern test The Logansport Berries faced a stern test and got a passing grade from their coach in the second game of the season. The Berries hosted a veteran Maconaquah squad on Saturday night. The Braves pushed the Berries but weren't quite able to keep up over
- A tough start to the hunting season November is a great month to hunt, but I have to say that ever since firearms season opened that my hunting has been slow. The deer have disappeared and the decent-sized bucks that had been roaming just out of my bow range are nowhere to be found. Th
- Good company WINAMAC -- The 2013 Winamac Warriors football team is in very good company. The Warriors matched what their 2000 squad was able to accomplish with a 13-1 record and finishing as semistate finalists. Winamac coach Tim Roth coached both teams as he has
New-look Berries impress
There was a sense of wonder and excitement about how this new-look Logansport boys basketball team might look against Peru Wednesday night in the season opener at the Berry Bowl.
After the final buzzer sounded, the Berries fans went home impressed.
Cass blitzes NM in opener
Defense played a key role in Lewis Cass’ 83-41 win over North Miami in season-opening boys basketball action here Wednesday night.
Panthers struggle with Bronchos’ pressure in opening loss
First-year Pioneer coach Austin Cowley had hoped for better but admitted after the Panthers 71-41 loss to Lafayette Jeff in their season opener Wednesday at the Crawley Center that the Bronchos' pressure was hard to contend with.
- New-look Panthers enter season with high ranking ROYAL CENTER -- Pioneer's boys basketball team enters the season ranked No. 5 in Class A poll. But the Panthers have no players back that saw any extensive varsity time from last year's team that finished ranked No. 4, was a regional finalist and fin
- Sports briefs for Nov. 27 Champion earns NE-10 weekly honor SOUTH EASTON, Mass. - Le Moyne College senior guard Nate Champion has been named the Northeast-10 Conference men's basketball Co-Player of the Week, as announced by the conference office on Monday afternoon. Champion
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