Howard County sign-ups and sports briefs for the Thursday, Sept. 7, 2017 edition of the Kokomo Herald.

At the PKC International Tournament in Indianapolis, the San Lum Kung Fu Academy netted the following results:

Caiden Kirby: First in Kenjutsu and Second in Weapons

Matthew Edison: First in Kumite, Second in Kenjutsu, and Third in Weapons and Kata

Gary Bragg Jr.: First in Kenjutsu and Second in Kata and Kumite

Staci Gongola: First in Kata, and Second in Kenjutsu, Kumite, and in Weapons

Payden Bragg: First in Kumite Second in Kata, and Fourth in Kenjutsu

Eric Binder: Second in Kenjutsu, Third in Kata, and Fourth in Weapons

Sessilli Haus: Third in Kenjutsu

Karen Jones: Third in Musical Kata, Weaponss, and in Kenjutsu

Michelle Kirby-Sandoe: Third in Kata, and Fourth in Kenjutsu, and Kumite

Patrick Kirby: Placed Fourth in Kenjutsu

Western Varsity Girls Golf won the Broncho Invitational with a 360. Kokomo High School’s Kiah Parrott finished fourth overall by shooting a 77.

In the loss to West Lafayette, Western football standout Tyler Knepley netted 299 rushing yard, 59 passing yards and four rushing touchdowns.

At the Indiana Wesleyan University Volleyball Invitational, the Indiana University Kokomo Cougars defeated Indiana University East 3-0 and Saint Francis 3-0 to move their record to 6-7 on the season.

The Cougars racked up 38 total kills for a team hitting percentage of .237.