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Sunday, April 23, 2017
  • Kats are red hot
    Baseball fans have been following a group of Kokomo High School athletes for years, and this season, the talented junior class of Kats finally is beginning to roar. 
  • The 1970-’71 team strives to win
    Now it was time to face off against cross-town rival the Haworth Huskies. Haworth was supposed to have been in a rebuilding year. A year prior they were semi-state finalists. Someone forgot to tell the 10-3 Huskies about this being a rebuilding year. 
  • Downham accepts state honor
    Growing up, Terry Downham knew his kids had a drug problem. He also knew he was the source of the issue, but there was nothing he could do about it except quit doing something he loved. 
  • Kokomo Wildkat basketball: 1970-‘71
    The Kokomo Wildkats have a storied history in Indiana High School Basketball. That includes a state record ‘74 sectional championships. Wildkat fans have long heard of Jim “Goose” Liggin and Jimmy “The Splendid Splinter” Rayl from the 1960s. 
  • Kats stand on podium
    From pee-wee leagues to the Pacers, basketball has been king in Indiana since it spread like wildflowers through local YMCAs in the late 1800s. 
  • 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. 
  • IHSAA releases reclassification numbers
    The organizing body of Indiana high school sports recently released the classifications for the 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 schools years for the sports of boys basketball, girls basketball, football, volleyball, boys soccer and girls soccer. Baseball and softball will be released at a later date.
  • ‘Big Tim’ vs ‘The Bully’
    Kokomo was 15-4 going into the regular season finale against the third-ranked 16-2 New Castle Trojans, led by 6’10” junior center Kent Benson “The Bully” of the unbeaten No. 1 IU 1976 National Champions team. 
  • Mavrick off to Windy City
    Kokomo High School senior Lucy Mavrick has a passion for two things – golf and business. This fall, she will have the opportunity to improve on both as she joins the St. Xavier University golf team, which has a strong business school and is located near the business mecca of Chicago.
  • The storied history of Wildkats basketball: 1971-‘72
    The 1971-’72 Kokomo Wildkats team was one for the books, marked with highs, lows, and plenty of entertainment for the local basketball community. 
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