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Kayla Miracle ready to claim her spot on the Olympic team

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March 25, 2021
Kayla Miracle ready to claim her spot on the Olympic team

Last year was tough on a lot of athletes but for those aspiring, for a spot on the Olympic team, it was particularly tough. The window of opportunity for an athlete to win that gold medal can be very small. For one athlete with local ties a year ago that window appeared to be...
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Talented depth has Plymouth girls track ready to compete

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March 23, 2021
Talented depth has Plymouth girls track ready to compete

PLYMOUTH — When the weather breaks around Plymouth sightings of packs of young people running around become common. Happy that Mother Nature has allowed them to be out of the gym, or off the treadmill, Plymouth’s track athletes are out in force ready — finally — for a season. “I think they are excited seeing fall...
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Plymouth’s DeJarnatt taking the long view and headed for Anderson

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March 22, 2021
Plymouth’s DeJarnatt taking the long view and headed for Anderson

PLYMOUTH — For this year’s graduating class — as with any year’s — one road is soon coming to an end and another begins. For Plymouth senior basketball player Kenzie DeJarnatt that new road will have a little familiarity as she will attend Anderson University to pursue a degree in Biochemistry on the way to hopefully...
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Notre Dame unveils new athletics video platform

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March 22, 2021

  SOUTH BEND — The University of Notre Dame Athletics Department and its integrated content and communications team, Fighting Irish Media, have announced a new video platform, Fighting Irish TV, to deliver fans Notre Dame content directly to their television set. “We’re excited to launch Fighting Irish TV and provide Notre Dame fans an...
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Talent but a lot of questions for Plymouth baseball

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March 16, 2021
Talent but a lot of questions for Plymouth baseball

PLYMOUTH — While the weather has decided to return us to winter for a little while the preparation of spring sports at Plymouth continues to ramp up. Pilgrim baseball coach Ryan Wolfe is anxious to see what he has after a year off. “We got all the way up to the day before we...
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Jr. High Lancers finish second in HNAC

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March 16, 2021

Jr. High Lancers finish second in HNAC LAKEVILLE — LaVille Jr.-Sr. High School played host to the 2021 Hoosier North Athletic Conference Jr. High Wrestling Championships. Lancer Wrestling earned six individual champions overall. Congratulations to Jayden Collins (130-pound weight class), Xzavian LaFave (140), Cole Stafford (145), Caleb Rock (155), Jonathan Neese (190), and Adam...
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Local players named HNAC all academic

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March 16, 2021

Local players named HNAC all academic WALTON — Marshall County student-athletes were well represented on this year’s HNAC all-academic squad for Winter sports. Members are: TRITON: Jaelyn Bules, John Gardner, Lexia Hostrawser, Hunter McIntyre, Jolie Groves, Connor Large, Ashton Oviedo. CULVER: Elizabeth Pugh, Josh Havron, Maddie Shedrow. LAVILLE: Ayden Doyle, Leyton Czarnecki, Bobby Good,...
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South Bend Cubs accepting National Anthem auditions for 2021

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March 12, 2021
South Bend Cubs accepting National Anthem auditions for 2021

Groups and individuals are invited to submit audition videos, not to exceed two minutes in length.  SOUTH BEND — The South Bend Cubs are now accepting auditions to perform “The Star-Spangled Banner” at Four Winds Field for the 2021 season. Individuals as well as choirs, groups, and bands are invited to participate. All auditions...
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South Bend Cubs accepting applications for 2021 season

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March 9, 2021
South Bend Cubs accepting applications for 2021 season

The organization will also host an open job fair at Four Winds Field on Tuesday, March 16. SOUTH BEND — With less than 60 days to Opening Night at Four Winds Field, the South Bend Cubs are looking for detail-oriented and guest service-minded individuals to fill open gameday positions. Those interested can visit SouthBendCubs.com and...
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Trojans turn the tide for sectional title

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March 7, 2021
Trojans turn the tide for sectional title

CULVER — For Triton the third time is the charm as they took a sectional title on Saturday with a 59-43 win over Argos. It was the third straight year the two have dueled for the sectional title. The Dragons took the last two. The end would shock those who may have left after...
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IHSAA and Indiana Department of Health partner to end vaping among Hoosier teens

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March 2, 2021
IHSAA and Indiana Department of Health partner to end vaping among Hoosier teens

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) and the Indiana Department of Health have formed a new partnership to combat the vaping epidemic among teens. Dr. Kristina Box, Indiana State Health Commissioner, and Paul Neidig, Commissioner of the IHSAA, made the announcement jointly today. “We’re extremely pleased to be partnering with the...
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Dragons turn up the heat for a first-round win

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March 2, 2021
Dragons turn up the heat for a first-round win

CULVER — LaCrosse’s Tigers were able to hang around for 16 minutes but Argos doubled down on the defense in the third quarter and took a commanding 61-40 opening night win at the Culver sectional. “They executed well on offense,” said Dragon head coach Gordon Mosson. “We didn’t play really well on defense, the...
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Trojans overpower West Central

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March 2, 2021
Trojans overpower West Central

CULVER — It was all Triton all night as the Trojans put an exclamation point on a first-round sectional win over West Central 88-38. From the opening tip, Triton’s defensive intensity and savvy court play kept West Central on their heels and unable to effectively respond. “We told our guys to control what you...
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Zone Summer Shootout

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March 1, 2021
Zone Summer Shootout

PLYMOUTH — The Zone’s Girls High School Basketball Super Summer Shootout will be held Friday, June 18. Entry fee is $150 per team and each team will be guaranteed 3 games. There will be varsity and junior varsity divisions. May 28 is the deadline for team sign up. Contact Doug at gnbeditor@aol.com/574-210-3880 for more information or...
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Plymouth 5th, Hutchinson advances

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March 1, 2021
Plymouth 5th, Hutchinson advances

By Rudy Marquez SYRACUSE – Plymouth High School’s gymnastics team finished fifth in a tough 13-team field at the Wawasee Sectional on Saturday. Only the top three teams advance to regionals, as well as the top six individuals in each event and all-around. A top six finish there and it’s off to the state...
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Glenn gets No. 19

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February 26, 2021
Glenn gets No. 19

Glenn gets No. 19 WALKERTON – Stifling defense and an effective offensive night led Glenn to an impressive 50-29 win over visiting Goshen Friday night. The Falcons held Goshen scoreless in the second quarter to distance themselves and secure the team’s 19th victory. Brycen Hannah led Glenn in scoring with 15 points, followed by...
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Triton co-champs

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February 26, 2021
Triton co-champs

Triton co-champs KNOX – Triton held Knox to just five fourth-quarter points to pull away with the 44-30 Hoosier North Athletic Conference victory. With the win, the Trojans share the HNAC title with LaVille. Ashton Oviedo led Triton in scoring (13 points) and rebounding (5). John Gardner was right behind with 12 points and...
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Bremen able to outscore Culver

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February 26, 2021
Bremen able to outscore Culver

BREMEN — In a game of two clamp down defenses it was Carson Miller’s offense that was the difference as Bremen beat Culver in a slugfest 34-21. Miller had 21 of the Lions first 26 points on his way to 26 on the night. “We talked early about what if we have to win this...
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Second half dooms Pilgrims in season finale

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February 24, 2021
Second half dooms Pilgrims in season finale

PLYMOUTH — The regular season came to an end for Plymouth on the short end of a 55-29 score to Penn. The Pilgrims could manage just nine points in the second half after keeping pace in the first and it was a common story behind the lack of offense — turnovers. “They (Penn) turned up...
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St. Joe overwhelms Pilgrims

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February 23, 2021
St. Joe overwhelms Pilgrims

SOUTH BEND — South Bend St. Joe has been playing like a team with something to prove and they proved it against Plymouth with an 85-35 win. The Indians have now won three of their last four games by 45 points or more. “They are definitely up there as one of the top teams we’ve...
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