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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
- Comets rout Lakeland in Howell's debut New Caston boys basketball coach J.R. Howell plans to have his squad run more this year than it has in recent seasons. The new-look Comets were on display against Lakeland Christian Academy, and the early returns were a smashing success. The Comets d
- BASKETBALL: Caston preview Caston’s boys basketball team has been a top contender in Midwest Conference and sectional play in recent seasons and hopes to get over the hump this year.
- Sports briefs, Nov. 26 Quadruple winner Maddy Karmel led the way as Lewis Cass beat Logansport 103-83 Monday in a girls swimming and diving meet.
- Cass basketball preview WALTON -- After graduating the likes of 6-foot-5 Jordan Miller and 6-4 Ryan Aldridge, a pair who combined to pull down 14 rebounds per game last season, Lewis Cass boys basketball coach Jon Kitchel enters the 2013-14 season likely not to feature anyo
- New era for Berries There's a sense of excitement around town for the start of the Pat Skaggs era in Logansport. The Berries have a young but talented group to usher in the new era. "We're excited and really looking forward to the season," Skaggs said. "We obviously kno
- Jennings scores 41 in Berries' 68-48 win over Kokomo Logansport's 15th North Central Conference win in a row in girls basketball was all about No. 15 -- that is the Berries' No. 15, Whitney Jennings. The Miss Basketball candidate put on a show in front of a big Berry Bowl crowd Saturday night against a
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