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Wednesday, April 24, 2019
  • Friday night lights
    School is back in session in Howard County, which means the Friday night lights will shine over the football fields, cheerleaders will be rooting for their team, and fans will yell in delight when the home team scores a touchdown. 
  • Making the move
    Walter Cross Field continues to evolve as Kokomo School Corporation adds the next level of modifications to its football stadium. The turf installation on the main field is well underway but behind the stadium is a turf practice field that the Wildkats have been practicing on.
  • Coach's Clipboard 6-22-17
    Howard County sign-ups and sports briefs for the Thursday, June 22, 2017 edition of the Kokomo Herald. 
  • Coach's Clipboard 6-15-17
    Howard County sign-ups and sports briefs for the Thursday, June 15, 2017 edition of the Kokomo Herald.
  • Eddington races to Tech
    While the track and field season ended prematurely for Kokomo Wildkat sprinter Andrecus Eddington, the future is bright for one of the fastest runners to ever wear the red and blue. 
  • Tourney time for ballplayers
    The annual IHSAA softball and baseball sectionals start next week, and local squads are excited to see how they match-up against the field. 
  • Trifecta for Brown
    Kokomo High School freshman phenom Tionna Brown continued to sizzle in track and field by claiming three victories at the North Central Conference Girls Track Championships held at Lafayette Jefferson High School. Participants battled through cold and windy conditions during the evening meet.
  • Wonnell hired as Kats coach
    On April 26, Kokomo Wildkat basketball fans were stunned when Matt Moore announced he was leaving to take the head coaching position at Fishers High School. 
  • Baseball sectional pairings
    A field of 384 teams will begin play later this month as the pairings for the 51st Annual IHSAA Baseball State Tournament Series were announced. Host schools will announce playing schedules in the days to come which will then be added to the online brackets at
  • Wrestling coach takes the leap
    There is nothing like a great view from an airplane, especially at 12,500 feet when one still can make out details of the earth below. Kokomo High School wrestling coach Ryan Wells recently had that view flying high above Tennessee – and then he jumped and had the time of his life.
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