The Prairie Heights High School football team started its 2014 season Friday night on a field that looked as good as new.
A year ago Westview came within one out of winning a 2A baseball sectional title.
The Lakeland Lakers dominated the field at the IHSAA boys track meet held last Thursday evening in Angola.
Westview girls tennis coach John Zehr didn’t know exactly what kind of squad he had prior to the start of the 2014 campaign.
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Donald V. Coffman, 92, Shipshewana, died Thursday, March 13, 2014 at his residence.
It takes a lot of hard work to reach a lofty goal that one sets, whether as an individual or as a team.
For the past decade, Fort Wayne Canterbury thoroughly dominated 1A girls basketball, winning five of the last six state championships in that class.
Westview clinched its first NECC girls basketball championship in six years last Friday night with a 59-51 victory over visiting West Noble.
Jason R. Potts, 37, South Milford, Ind., died Tuesday, February 4, 2014 at his residence.
Westview climbed into a first-place tie with Fairfield in the NECC girls basketball standings thanks to a 51-46 victory over the visiting Lady Hornets of Angola Tuesday evening.
Jacob Heller fired in 33 points and blocked a last-second shot by Fairfield to lift Prairie Heights past the visiting Falcons, 68-66 last Friday night in NECC boys basketball play.
A strong showing in the middle two quarters was enough to propel Westview past Churubusco, 53-38 in NECC girls basketball Saturday night in Turtle Town.
Woodlan brought to a close the best Prairie Heights football campaign in six years last Friday night in Woodburn.
Two Warrior tribes waged a fierce battle for a 2A volleyball regional championship and an extension of their 2013 campaign Tuesday night in Emma.
Survive and advance.
Westview cruised to its second consecutive IHSAA volleyball sectional championship Saturday at Central Noble.
For the final 77 minutes of Saturday’s 1A girls soccer regional match between host Argos and Westview, it was fairly clear that the Lady Warriors were the better team on the pitch.
It is a competition, make no doubt about it. And it’s intense. And difficult.
LaGrange native Shane Fry, now the head football coach at West Lafayette High School, has been named the winner of the Indianapolis Colts/NFL Coach of the Week award.
West Noble claimed the NECC boys soccer tournament championship Saturday evening with a 4-2 victory over host Westview in the finals.