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- Sports briefs, Feb. 28 Logan gymnasts win at Plymouth PLYMOUTH -- Logansport's gymnastics team recorded a 105.05 to defeat Plymouth (103.25) and Peru (34.4) on Thursday. Emily Pomasl was second in the all-around (36.45) for the Berries and Alexa Abbott was fourth (33.95).
- Braves bolt past Panthers in 2nd half ROYAL CENTER -- Pioneer played host to the Maconaquah Braves Thursday night in a non-conference match up in Royal Center. Coming off back to back games of improved play the Panthers continued the trend. Unfortunately for them, they could only keep u
- Caston takes down Culver on senior night FULTON -- After Caston's Feb. 18 home game against Taylor was cancelled for the second time, Culver was recently penciled in for a visit to Fulton Thursday night. The Comets had lost five straight games to the Cavaliers, with their last win coming in
Logansport readies for Final Four matchup against Penn
Logansport’s girls basketball team made history last Saturday by winning the first regional championship in program history.
Hoover relishes first regional championship
Logansport girls basketball coach Jerry Hoover knew the potential was there this year for something special.
- Kings win 14th straight All regular-season games count the same statistically, a win or a loss. To pretend it ends there ignores all the baggage that comes with those wins, and those losses.
- Sports briefs, Feb. 26 Logan's Jennings earns IBCA honor Logansport senior Whitney Jennings scored 41 points in a game to highlight the efforts for this week's honorees in the IBCA/Subway Player of the Week program. Jennings was cited for the third time this season. She wa
- Improved Panthers top Lafayette Faith Christian ROYAL CENTER -- Every coach in the state wants their basketball team playing their best basketball just prior to tournament time. Pioneer coach Austin Cowley is no different. After a drubbing at the hands of Winamac last week the Panthers have now p
- Logansport's defense falters in loss at Western RUSSIAVILLE -- There was a shootout here Tuesday night when Logansport visited Western for a boys basketball game. In a contest that featured a lot of made shots and not too many stops, it was the Panthers that made the key run late en route to a 94-
- Busy Warriors avenge loss to Comets WINAMAC -- Amidst all of the cancellations and postponed games from the harsh winter of 2014, many high school basketball teams are quite busy these days. But it's hard to imagine anyone busier than head coach Kyle Johnson and his Winamac Warriors.
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