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Glenn sluggish against Mishawaka

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February 23, 2020

Glenn sluggish against Mishawaka MISHAWAKA — Glenn’s varsity struggled from the field Friday and fell short at Mishawaka by a 54-46 final. The Cavemen got off to hot night shooting and the Falcons could not quite overcome the deficit. Rob Porter led the team with 12 while Silas Kaser added 10 in the loss....
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Bremen sixth at Mishawaka

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February 23, 2020

Bremen sixth at Mishawaka MISHAWAKA — The Bremen boys swim and dive team placed sixth overall, out of ten teams, at sectionals on Saturday. The Lions had 18 individual swims, two divers, and three relays compete at sectional finals. This is the most Bremen has had qualify for day two in at least twelve years....
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“It’s about the kids”

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February 22, 2020
“It’s about the kids”

PLYMOUTH – Coaches come and go. Those who have the staying power in the profession for a long career, generally speaking, are in it for the right reasons. A 33-year career could come to an end on Saturday if no Plymouth boy swimmer can advance to the state championship as Plymouth swim coach Leanne...
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Mosson hits coaching milestone

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February 20, 2020
Mosson hits coaching milestone

Mosson hits coaching milestone ARGOS — Argos Varsity boys basketball coach Gordon Mosson was honored for hitting an Indiana coaching milestone. Argos’ win last Saturday over Hammond Gavit was the 450th career win for the head coach. The win puts the Argos mentor at 12th on the all time list of current coaches–a list...
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Manikowski breaks 1,000 point mark

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February 19, 2020
Manikowski breaks 1,000 point mark

Manikowski breaks 1,000 point mark ARGOS – In Indiana high school basketball, one milestone stands out. Senior guard Sam Manikowski hit a pair of free throws right before the half of the Dragons game with South Central to score his 1000th career point. The son of Joe and Lauri Manikowski, Sam has been a...
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Cubs food feud final five voting now open

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February 19, 2020

Cubs food feud final five voting now open Fans can vote for their favorite with the winning recipe being added to the Four Winds Field 2020 concessions menu. SOUTH BEND – Nearly 100 entries were submitted in the first South Bend Cubs Food Feud. But now that list has been narrowed down to the...
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South Bend Cubs announce 2020 weekly promotional schedule

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February 19, 2020

South Bend Cubs announce 2020 weekly promotional schedule SOUTH BEND — Opening Night at Four Winds Field is exactly 50 days away and today South Bend Cubs have announced their Weekly Promotional Schedule so fans can plan their 2020 seasons. Off the success of last year’s addition to the lineup, Dog Day Monday and...
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Jana’s Gymnastics Competes at Walk of Fame Gymnastics Meet in Fort Wayne

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February 18, 2020
Jana’s Gymnastics Competes at Walk of Fame Gymnastics Meet in Fort Wayne

Jana’s Gymnastics competitive teams competed in Fort Wayne this weekend at the Walk of Fame Gymnastics Classic. Jana’s Bronze Team earned a 2nd place finish against some of the toughest teams in the state. Jana’s Silver team earned a 4th place. Jana’s Gold and Platinum teams received 9th and 3rd Place. Every Single Bronze...
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Lincoln Lady Red Storm 1st at Ben Franklin Tournament

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February 18, 2020
Lincoln Lady Red Storm 1st at Ben Franklin Tournament

Red Storm brings home championship VALPARAISO – The Lincoln 8th Grade Lady Redstorm brought home some 1st place hardware on Saturday as they competed in the Ben Franklin Tournament. In the Championship game, the Lady Redstorm would take on Rensselaer and come away a 32-24 winner. Four Lady Redstormers would find the scorebook. Emma...
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Pilgrim swimmers take a double win in final home meet

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February 18, 2020

Pilgrim swimmers take a double win in final home meet PLYMOUTH – Plymouth’s boys swim team finished their home meet season with a double win, beating North Judson 103-49 and Knox by a final of 94-64 as part of the retirement celebration for coach Leanne Senter. Highlights: Plymouth took first in all 3 relays:...
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Zone adult leagues to get under way

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February 17, 2020

Zone adult leagues to get under way PLYMOUTH — Get your teams together now to join The Zone’s Winter Adult Basketball League, which will tip Sunday, March 1. Games will be played every Sunday (late afternoon/evening) and the league will last 6 weeks (so it will conclude April 5). The cost is $250 per...
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Plymouth duo punch their ticket for state wrestling final

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February 16, 2020
Plymouth duo punch their ticket for state wrestling final

Plymouth duo punch their ticket for state wrestling final EAST CHICAGO — The Plymouth Wrestling Team qualified eight Rockie Wrestlers into the 2019-20 IHSAA Semi-State Tournament. After a very long, but exciting day, the Rockies will have 2 representatives heading to Indianapolis next week. Senior Graham Calhoun stayed unbeaten as he continued his drive...
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Plymouth gymnasts third at Logansport

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February 16, 2020

Plymouth gymnasts third at Logansport LOGANSPORT — PHS Gymnastics competed in the Logansport Invitational on Saturday. The invitational featured seven squads with full teams and three individuals, including Bremen’s Raven White. Plymouth placed third overall with a total team score of 97.35. Logansport won the meet and Elkhart Central was second. The best event for...
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Glenn grad Berger earns first college win

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February 16, 2020
Glenn grad Berger earns first college win

Glenn grad Berger earns first college win GEORGETOWN — In their first appearance of the 2020 spring season, the Indiana University South Bend baseball team split its doubleheader on Saturday at Georgetown College (RV) defeating the Tigers 2-0 in game one before falling in game two, 8-3. Freshman Robbie Berger enjoyed success at the...
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Washington outshoots Bremen

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February 14, 2020

Washington outshoots Bremen SOUTH BEND — Bremen’s varsity boys basketball team fell at Washington by a 73-38 final. The JV lost as well, 56-24. Both teams play again Tuesday at South Bend Adams. Reece Willis led the varsity Lions with 11, Trevor Devine had seven as did Carson Miller. •WASHINGTON 73, BREMEN 38 at...
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Glenn falls in battle with St. Joe

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February 14, 2020

Glenn falls in battle with St. Joe WALKERTON — A strong first three quarters wasn’t enough on Senior night for Glenn to topple a tough St. Joe team by a 69-61 final. Glenn scored 23 points in the first quarter to jump out to a lead thanks to Khori Barker’s two threes and Carter Yung’s...
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Pilgrims can’t get over the hill in loss to Warsaw

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February 14, 2020
Pilgrims can’t get over the hill in loss to Warsaw

WARSAW — Plymouth’s Pilgrims avoided the disastrous first quarter that has plagued them the past several weeks but couldn’t climb out of an early deficit and fell by a 49-36 final at Warsaw. Falling behind by 12 at the half, the Pilgrims cut that deficit in half in the third quarter only to see...
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Eighth Red Storm gets win

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February 14, 2020

Eighth Red Storm gets win PLYMOUTH – The 8th Grade Lincoln Lady Restorm move to 9-1 last night after winning a home game against LaVille 35-18. Leading the way for the Lady Redstorm was Emma Krupp with 12 points. Emma Winkle pitched in 10, Izzie Wray chipped in 7. The Lady Redstorm will return...
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Lincoln takes win over LaVille

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February 14, 2020

Lincoln takes win over LaVille PLYMOUTH – Plymouth’s seventh-grade girls basketball team took a 32-14 win over LaVille. Sophie Miller led the Lady Red Storm in scoring at 13 points. Lexie Myers contributed 6 points.
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Plymouth falls to Northridge

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February 14, 2020

Plymouth falls to Northridge MIDDLEBURY – In the opening round of the NLC Tournament, the Pilgrims headed into the snowy weather to challenge the Raiders (15-4). Both teams came out defensively stout with the Pilgrims holding a 5-4 advantage. The Raiders spurted after to post a 12-7 edge at halftime. Heading into the final...
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