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Wednesday, April 24, 2019
  • Rounding Third 6-25-15
    Sports briefs for the week of 6-25-15
  • Schulte Golf Outing results
    The 2nd Annual Dennis and Judy Schulte Golf Outing and Silent Auction took place on July 26 at the Chippendale Golf Club to raise funds for the Western School Corporation Buddy Bag Program.
  • Running results
    The Runnin’ the Shores 5K took place on Aug. 23 under hot and humid conditions in Kokomo.
  • Purple Tigers best
    Northwestern High School Athletic Director Dan Armstrong took note of all the trophies and pictures lining the walls of the Tigers athletic complex and knew his program had a rich history.
  • Playing in dirt
    He wants a new nickname. While sitting in the offices of the Kokomo Herald, Indiana University Kokomo freshman Conner Donelson, a local sprint car driver, said he was tired of his current racing nickname of “Con Man.”
  • Study of MLB players: Exercise during youth makes bones bigger and stronger throughout life
    Bone is a living tissue that gets stronger in response to the mechanical forces associated with exercise. Exercise has the greatest benefit on bone strength during growth; but do the benefits of exercise during youth persist with aging, when bones are at greater risk of breaking?
  • Lifeguard tryouts for Kokomo Beach
    It may be cold outside right now but summer will be here before you know it.  The Kokomo Parks & Recreation Department will be hosting open tryouts for lifeguarding positions for the 2014 summer season at the Kokomo Beach Family Aquatic Center.  
  • Register for summer softball leagues
    The Kokomo Parks & Recreation Department is accepting team registrations for the Men’s, Women’s and Co-Ed Summer Softball Leagues. The deadline to register a team is Friday, March 7, 2014.  
  • Thatcher signs
    Kokomo High School graduate Joe Thatcher avoided arbitration with the Arizona Diamondbacks and inked a one-year, $2.375 million deal to remain on the D-Backs pitching staff. 
  • Andrew Luck strengthens commitment to the Kids at Riley
    Andrew Luck, quarterback of the Indianapolis Colts, is deepening his commitment to Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health and has agreed to donate funds and his time to support the Riley at IU Health School Program which ensures that young patients can stay on track academically while hospitalized.
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