Winamac strikes back
Winamac’s boys basketball team bounced back from a season-opening loss in a big way Tuesday night.
Dickson helps lead Winamac to sectional title
Winamac’s football team won its first sectional title in 12 years this fall.
The Warriors were able to do so because of players like Brandon Dickson stepping up.
Winamac boys finally set to begin season
While the other boys basketball teams in the area have played at least two games and a scrimmage, Winamac has yet to go up against a different opponent.
Logan thwarts Cass
Cass fell just short of getting its first win over Logansport since the Basil Mawbey era Wednesday night at the Logansport Savings Bank Invitational.
Panthers stop Comets
Stymied for most the game, Caston’s boys basketball team wasn’t going to go down quietly, not against Pioneer.
The Comets cut a double-digit Panther lead down to two points in the closing minutes Tuesday night, but the Panthers’ defense came up big in crunch time.
No surprise: Hope is shown the door at Purdue
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Purdue wants to a football team that can get to the Rose Bowl and decided Danny Hope was not the coach to get the Boilermakers there.
Colts clip Bills
T.Y. Hilton was the 13th wide receiver taken in April’s NFL draft.
Indianapolis Colts general manager Ryan Grigson traded back into the bottom of the third round to select the Florida International star because he saw a player with game-breaking speed.
LHS boys hold off Maconaquah
BUNKER HILL — For the second straight game to start the season, Logansport’s boys basketball team went up against a team with a 6-foot-10 big man in the middle.
And for the second straight game, the Berries found a way to win.
Lady Berries break into the Top 10 in Class 4A
It’s been awhile since Logansport has had a top 10 ranked team in any sport — until this week.
Logan’s girls basketball team is ranked No. 9 in this week’s ICGSA Class 4A poll after a dominating start to the season against some of the state’s top programs.
Kings roll in opener
The Lewis Cass Kings opened their season with a convincing win over the visiting North Miami Warriors, 65-45, Wednesday night.
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