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Saturday, February 25, 2017
  • The draw is complete
    Three hundred ninety-nine teams were drawn and placed into brackets for the 107th Annual IHSAA Boys Basketball State Tournament presented by the Indiana Pacers and Indiana Fever.
  • Western’s Poe wins sectional title
    The Carmel Greyhounds won every event at the IHSAA Noblesville Boys Swimming and Diving Sectional except one, the one-meter dive. For the second consecutive year, the sectional diving champion was Western’s Cameron Poe. 
  • Grapplers advance to semi-state
    One week after winning its fourth consecutive sectional title on its home mats, the Oak Hill Golden Eagles captured its third straight regional title on the road at Peru.
  • 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.
  • Grappling to success
    For the fourth consecutive year, the Oak Hill Golden Eagles captured its own IHSAA wrestling sectional, but this title did not come as easy as past years as the Golden Eagles clipped runners-up Western 231-226.5.
  • 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. 
  • Pool gets a facelift
    When Haworth High School built its swimming pool decades ago, it was a state-of-the-art facility and an envy of other schools. Time has worn down what is now called the Kokomo High School Natatorium, but thanks to recent renovation efforts, the facility has a fresh look. 
  • Downham lends a hand
    On Jan. 17, the Indiana Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association announced its 2017 Hall of Fame class and annual award winners. This year, a familiar name will take the stage as a winner of one of the individual awards – and the funny thing is, he is not a journalist.
  • Tigers second in the pool
    The Northwestern Tigers finished as Hoosier Conference runners-up at the league meet in the pool at Purdue University. The Tigers trailed champion West Lafayette 367.5 to 364 in a close finish. Western was third with 290 points.
  • Western hosts wrestling tourney
    At Western High School, the West Lafayette Red Devils captured the Hoosier Conference wrestling crown, outdistancing Lewis Cass 240.5 to 227. Western was third with 223.5 points. 
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