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.
Logan turns back Peru in overtime
Logansport senior Jayson Higgins had a good look from the 3-point line at the end of regulation that could have ended it.
When he got the same look in overtime, it splashed through for what was perhaps the biggest shot of the game.
Panthers lose close one at Jef
Pioneer’s boys basketball team could not maintain the momentum it gained against Lafayette Jeff in the second quarter, as the Panthers fell in their season opener to the Bronchos 51-38 Wednesday night at the Crawley Center.
Buzzer-beater sinks Comets
WINONA LAKE — Caston’s boys basketball team jumped out to a double-digit lead and was in control early Tuesday night at Lakeland Christian Academy.
Veteran Panthers look to build off success
This season marks the 50th anniversary of Royal Center High School winning a regional championship in boys basketball in 1963.
Undersized Comets plotting for more success
Last season Caston’s boys basketball team posted its best regular season since the undefeated squad of 2005.
Lady Berries devastate Kats on the road
KOKOMO — Kokomo’s girls basketball team tried to slow down high-scoring Logansport on Saturday.
The Wildkats’ zone defense worked wonders in the first quarter, but once the Berries’ shots started falling, they showed just how tough they can be to beat.
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