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- LINDLEY: James bears weight of Cleveland's title dreams LeBron James has done it all on a basketball court. He's a great scorer, rugged defender, proven big-play leader and champion. But that might not be enough in Cleveland, where he'll also need the powers of Merlin the Magician.
- Logan 9s finish as runners-up in district tourney After dropping their first game of the double-elimination tournament to Kokomo UCT, the Logansport 9-year-old all-stars battled their way through the losers' bracket to face Russiaville for the Cal Ripken district tournament title at Metz Field in Fairview Park. With strong pitching from Jeremiah Miller and Brennan Goforth and some timely hitting from the locals, the Logansport nine defeated previously unbeaten Russiaville 10-6 to force a winner-take-all championship game.
- Sports briefs for Tuesday, July 15 Carl Davis has resigned as the girls basketball coach at Caston to take a teaching job at Plymouth High School.
- Clements, Jordan share top Loganland honors The Logansport Berries were a solid, balanced baseball team this spring.In a sign of strength, the Berries (20-10) scored 8.3 runs per game, doubling up their opponents in runs scored for the season. They hit .345 as a group and had a team on-base pe
- Sports briefs for Sunday, July 13 Kokomo’s Kory Kennedy won the 17th annual Race for Grace on Saturday. He covered the course in a time of 16 minutes, 25 seconds.
- Kelley earns top honor A talented and versatile softball player, Bailey Kelley saved her best season for last for the Logansport Berries.And Kelley is the Pharos-Tribune’s 2014 Loganland Softball Player of the Year.Kelley, a four-year starter for Logan, hit .433 with a hom
Sports briefs, July 10
Powlen places 2nd at US championships
- Sports briefs, July 9 Sports BriefsWard, Young help Hoosier North to winSOUTH BEND — Logansport High School baseball players John Ward and Baylee Young helped Hoosier North win the Great Lakes Freedom Classic last weekend on the new field turf at Notre Dame’s Frank Eck St
- Sports briefs for Tuesday, July 8 The Indiana High School Baseball Coaches Association recently released its 2014 all-state teams and Lewis Cass junior Jake Wilburn earned honorable mention in Class 2A.
- LINDLEY: Honor Gwynn by remembering where he went wrong Tony Gwynn’s life is worth celebrating. He was a first-ballot Hall of Fame player with the San Diego Padres who owned a .338 lifetime batting average. He was an All-Star who didn’t require celebrity treatment.
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