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- Sports briefs for Tuesday, April 8 Lewis Cass High School will hold its boys basketball banquet at 2 p.m. Sunday. This will be desserts only for players, managers, cheerleaders and coaches in grades 9-12.
- Penny finishes up outstanding basketball career DePaul Jasmine Penny made the most of her opportunity of playing big-time college basketball at DePaul University. The Logansport product capped off her career by unanimously making first-team All-Big East her senior season. The Blue Demons went 29-7 this s
- Sports briefs Logan to host Srs vs. Jrs All-Star game Logansport fans will have one last chance to watch Miss Basketball Whitney Jennings play in the Berry Bowl. Jennings will lead the Indiana girls all-star team against the juniors on June 9 at the Berry Bowl. L
- Woods' injury leaves void but golf moves on Is it the end of an era or the beginning of a new one? It's hard to imagine Tiger Woods regaining the dominating form that he once enjoyed in professional golf under any circumstances at the age of 38. The golf world was jolted this week with the new
PHOTO GALLERY: Honoring Miss Basketball
Logansport's Whitney Jennings was named the 2014 Indiana Miss Basketball becoming the first from LHS.
- Logan looks to have an improved squad; Cass is rebuilding Logansport's softball team is looking to post an improved season from a year ago when the Berries finished with a record of 13-13. "We're healthy this year which is going to help," Logan coach Jim Bacon said. "We'll be better this year." Emily Prenti
- Sports briefs, April 4 Keisling to compete at Top 60 workout Lewis Cass' Austin Keisling will compete at Hoosier Basketball Magazine's Top 60 Senior Boys Workout on Sunday at Marian University in Indianapolis. Statistical evaluation, game observation and statewide research
- Lewis Cass baseball reloads for 2014 season Lewis Cass' baseball team is reloading for 2014. The Kings have several starters back from last year's team that went 18-7. Among the losses to graduation are pitcher Connor Adams -- who threw well in a 3-0 loss to defending state champion Northfield
- A great Comet career Quentin Douglass enjoyed an outstanding four-year career on the hardwood for the Caston Comets. The 6-foot guard finished his career with 1,219 points, good enough for fourth all-time in school history. Only Eric Walsh (1,437), Luke Zartman (1,317)
- Experienced Logan squad enters season with high hopes Logansport's baseball team returns a veteran group with championship aspirations this spring. The Berries have nine seniors on the roster including several starters back. "That's one of our strong suits this year is we have a lot of experience back,"
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