Sunday, March 29, 2015

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NorthWood Wolfe Family

NorthWood went a program-best 23-3 in a season that some might’ve viewed as a rebuilding one.

Anthony Anderson

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 Goshen Sectional boys track and field meet

This time, area athletes look to reach state winner's circle in June.

Ken Fox

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Elkhart Central Marian boys basketball 001

The Princeton recruit is joined on the first unit by Filip Serwatka, Braxton Linville, Billy Doslak, Dimitri Giger, Chandler Aspy, Dakiyron Fox and Joe Line as area coaches have their say.

Anthony Anderson

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