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Saturday, February 25, 2017
  • Seniors bid farewell at IU Kokomo
    The Indiana University Kokomo home portion of its basketball schedules concluded on Feb. 11 with the men scoring a conference win while the women dropped a tough contest. The men topped Midway University 84-81; the women fell 68-61.
  • Former Kats earn wins
    A pair of Kokomo High School graduates had solid performances at the Indiana Wesleyan University Midwest Classic Collegiate Track and Field Meet. 
    Marian University senior Taylor Killings placed first in the 60-meter high hurdles with a time of 8.07 seconds.
  • Persons shines for Cardinals
    The Ball State men’s basketball team celebrated 25 years of Worthen Arena on Jan. 28 by defeating conference rival Western Michigan 84-78 to maintain a share of the top spot in the league’s West Division. 
  • The first baseball Cougar
    It is extremely difficult to be the first in a sport that dates back to 1744, but last week at Western High School, Panther senior Brayden DeWeese earned a first in the game of baseball. 
  • Search underway for IU Kokomo basketball coaches
    Indiana University Kokomo athletics has begun a national search for head coaches for the Cougars men’s and women’s basketball teams.
  • Felder joins the club
    The IU Kokomo women’s basketball team lost its first River States Conference game of the season, 81-54 at Point Park University. Deja Felder led the Cougars with 20 points, and along the way, became the first member of the Cougars Women’s 1,000 Point Club.
  • Cougars tennis taking shape
    The inaugural Indiana University Kokomo women’s tennis team is taking shape. Head coach Kristine Miller has signed five young women to its ranks so far and looks to add just a few more to fill the roster.
  • Cougar women sets wins mark
    The Indiana University Kokomo women’s basketball team is in unchartered waters after collecting its 11th win of the season, a 91-58 victory over Miami University Hamilton on Dec. 30 at the Cougar Gym. 
  • Elliott tops in conference
    Trent Elliott continues to tear up the nets for the Indiana University Kokomo men’s basketball team. For his efforts over the Christmas break, the junior guard from Culver, Indiana, earned his second River States Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Week honors.
  • The Snake is Hoops Hall bound
    Kokomo native Charlie Hall – a legend as a player and coach – will be inducted into the prestigious hall as a member of the 2017 Women’s Induction Class.
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