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Sunday, April 30, 2017
  • Kokomo tops Western in baseball battle
    Three times last weekend the Kokomo Wildkats baseball team found themselves in a hole. And three times they found a way to pull off a victory. The result of a 3-0 weekend was a perfect start for the Class 4A No. 5 Wildkats and a 12-0 record midway through the campaign.
  • Joe Underwood to represent sheriff’s department nationally
    Kokomo Howard County Sheriff’s Deputy Joe Underwood recently competed in the Natural Athletes Sports Association (NASA) powerlifting competition where he placed first in the police and firemen division. While there, Underwood also earned second place overall in the open division. 
  • Hochstedler heads to college
    For four years, coaches have come and gone in the Eastern Lady Comets softball program, but one thing has remained a constant – solid play from four-year varsity player Ashlynn Hochstedler. 
  • Turkey hunts aren’t always as seen on TV
    A turkey hunt in Tennessee a few years ago proved one thing that I have long been a believer of – although not necessarily a fan of: in order to be consistent at taking wise old gobblers, more often than not, calling to them can sometimes ruin your hunt.
  • The storied history of Kokomo Wildkat basketball: 1972-’73
    There was much anguish in the Wildkat fan base before the start of the Wildkats 1972-73 season, losing four starters from the prior year’s 17-5 team to graduation. 
  • Kats are red hot
    Baseball fans have been following a group of Kokomo High School athletes for years, and this season, the talented junior class of Kats finally is beginning to roar. 
  • Anything is possible with an Angel
    Ainsley’s Angels of Indiana is taking the charge to ensure those with special needs have the chance to compete with the rest. Most recently, Kokomo was represented in the Rudolph Run, and, coming up, the City of Firsts will be represented at the Indianapolis Mini Marathon on May 6.
  • Mullenix heads north
    People in Allendale, Mich., take football seriously. And one local student-athlete will find out how serious when he hits the gridiron at Grand Valley State University this fall. 
  • The 1970-’71 team strives to win
    Now it was time to face off against cross-town rival the Haworth Huskies. Haworth was supposed to have been in a rebuilding year. A year prior they were semi-state finalists. Someone forgot to tell the 10-3 Huskies about this being a rebuilding year. 
  • Youth get first shot at turkeys this weekend
    The long-awaited turkey season is finally here. April 22-23 is the first chance for Hoosier turkey hunters to take to the woods, at least if you are under 18 years old. This weekend, young hunters will have the opportunity to get out and hunt this wary gamebird before the general season opens on April 26.
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