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- 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
- Logan wrestlers off to good start at Early Bird Logansport's wrestling team is looking to have a bounce-back season. The Berries got off to a good start on Saturday, going 4-0 at their annual Early Bird Tournament. The Berries' B team even had a good showing, going 2-2 against varsity competition.
Semistate heartbreak for Warriors
Winamac’s dream season may now be over, but not without one more exhilarating show in front of a packed house at Roudebush Stadium.
Caston girls shut down Maconaquah, 45-22
After suffering its first loss of the season on Tuesday, Caston (3-1) bounced back with a 23-point victory.
- Semistate ready Winamac's football team is just one win away from its first-ever trip to the state finals. In fact it would be the Warriors' first trip to the state finals in any team sport since 1932 in boys basketball. The Warriors have had individual state champi
- Sports briefs for Friday, Nov. 22 Logan swimmers top Eastern, Pioneer Logansport's girls swimming team recorded 98 points in season-opening wins over Eastern (78) and Pioneer (58) Thursday at the LHS pool. The Berries have two returning state finalists back from a year ago in
- Warriors' weaponry Winamac football has several offensive weapons available Warriors' weaponry By Beau Wicker Pharos-Tribune
- Morris helps set up success for Panthers teams Riley Morris has been right in the middle of very successful volleyball and softball teams for the Pioneer Panthers. The 5-6 senior was the starting setter on the volleyball team this fall that went 27-10, won the Midwest Conference title and was a r
- Jennings, Penny power Berries to 2-0 start Logansport's girls basketball team has been one of the top Class 4A programs in the state in recent years, so the Berries have had their fair share of lopsided wins. The No.-5 ranked Berries were back at it again Wednesday night with a 91-23 demolish
- Winamac girls suffer first setback of season Winamac’s girls basketball team was defeated by visiting Culver 46-37 on Tuesday. The Cavaliers entered ranked No. 10 in Class A, while the Warriors have the 11th most votes in this week’s Class 2A poll. The Warriors (2-1) committed 25 turnovers in t
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