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Sunday, May 26, 2019
  • Cougar Baseball Camps on the way
    With another season of high school baseball under wraps, the Cougar Baseball Camps will offer two developmental sessions this off-season. Both will be offered for those graduating in classes 2018 through 2021. 
  • 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. 
  • Cougars celebrate success
    The Cougars athletic program, which just finished its seventh season of competition, has grown from just a men’s basketball and volleyball team to seven teams, with two more starting this fall (women’s tennis and baseball). 
  • 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. 
  • 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. 
  • IU Southeast's Barnes picks up RSC baseball player of the week
    IU Southeast second baseman Logan Barnes batted .727 in six games last week to pick up River States Conference’s Baseball Player of the Week for April 10-16.
  • Gaines headed to California
    It is not uncommon for local student-athletes to continue an athletic career at the collegiate level. Most sign to play at a small Midwestern school to continue a love for athletics as the pursue academics. 
  • Rounding Third 4-6-17
    Rounding Third for the Thursday, April 6 edition of the Kokomo Herald
  • Weaver goes long in Arizona
    Austin Weaver knows a thing or two about shooting the rock. But as a sophomore at Indiana University South Bend, he thought his competitive days of hoops were limited to the blacktopped basketball courts in pick-up games. 
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