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Tuesday, March 28, 2017
  • Cougars go to church
    The cloud that hovered over the Indiana University Kokomo basketball team has been lifted as school administrators announced Tom Church was hired as the new head coach of the Cougars’ men’s basketball program, effective March 17. 
  • Former volleyball underdog graduates as team leader
    Keeana Walton began her college volleyball career as an underdog player, on an underdog team. Coach Heather Hayes sold Keeana on her vision for the fledgling team, which was entering its third season. 
  • The Price is right
    Greentown-native Josiah Price, who made his way to Michigan State University in 2012 and ended up making his name known nationally, is about to make his professional football career happen. 
  • Braun ready to lead
    Howard County is known as a baseball mecca and regularly produces players ready for the next level of play – whether that is at the college or professional level. 
  • Persons earns honors
    Kokomo High School graduate and Ball State University sophomore Tayler Persons helped lead the Cardinals to its second consecutive Mid-American Conference West Division co-championship, following an 87-82 victory over Northern Illinois. 
  • Rounding Third 3-10-17
    Sports briefs for the Friday, March 10 edition of the Kokomo Herald
  • Cougars play for historic conference championship against IU East
    The Indiana University Kokomo women’s basketball team’s record-breaking season continues, as the Cougars play IU East for their first-ever conference title Tuesday. The team also qualified for the NAIA Division II national tournament for the first time.
  • 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. 
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