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Sunday, May 28, 2017
  • A spot of paradise
    Situated out in left field, a short walk from the main concourse at Kokomo Municipal Stadium, sits a large maroon and yellow umbrella. Underneath the oversized umbrella is a hidden gem of the property – the Umbrella Bar. 
  • Kokomo Soccer Club Recreational League Goals and Goal Scorers
    Kokomo Soccer Club Recreational League Goals and Goal Scorers
  • Tigers grab the title
    With the season close to ending, Lady Tigers players and fans were excited to take a 15-4 record into the championship game of the Hoosier Conference with a shot at winning the program’s first-ever league title in any conference.
  • Kolk heading to the Summit City
    Abby Kolk loves soccer, whether it is playing for the Eastern Comets, the Indiana ODP State Team, or the Kokomo Soccer Club. Last month, the Comet senior added a new team to the list for when she signed a letter of intent to continue her career at the University of Saint Francis in Fort Wayne.
  • County athletes earn honors
    Several Howard County high school graduates earned honors playing at the collegiate level. Leading the way was Western graduate and Purdue University sophomore pitcher Erika Beeler. 
  • There’s more than one way to skin a turkey
    Turkey hunting is supposed to be heart-pounding. Gobblers are supposed to march into your decoys and calling and put on one heckuva show, thumping your jake or gobbler decoy, gobbling and strutting for the hens, and overall just giving you one amazing experience. 
  • Tourney time for ballplayers
    The annual IHSAA softball and baseball sectionals start next week, and local squads are excited to see how they match-up against the field. 
  • Sanburn sees first start of 2017
    After his release from the Chicago Whitesox organization, Nolan Sanburn had a two-week dryspell of no baseball. Now, after staying in extended spring training with the Washington Nationals organization, Sanburn will have his first start on the mound since 2016. 
  • Cougar coach to host academy
    As the newly-minted head coach of the Indiana University Kokomo men’s basketball program, Church wants local players to improve the game he loves. Next month, he will launch the Tom Church Basketball Academy for students in grades 4-9.
  • Trifecta for Brown
    Kokomo High School freshman phenom Tionna Brown continued to sizzle in track and field by claiming three victories at the North Central Conference Girls Track Championships held at Lafayette Jefferson High School. Participants battled through cold and windy conditions during the evening meet.
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