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ELKHART — On a night of spurtability, Elkhart Central showed it first – in both halves – but Class 3A No. 7-ranked South Bend St. Joseph showed it most.

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PLYMOUTH — On the strength of two victories and eight second place finishes, the Northridge wrestling team claimed the Northern Lakes Conference tournament title on Saturday, backing up it's regular season championship.

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MIDDLEBURY — With Elkhart Memorial trailing Northridge 68-67 with under a minute left in Saturday's huge Northern Lakes Conference game, a loose ball rolled slowly down the court.

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GOSHEN - NorthWood boys basketball coach Aaron Wolfe was looking for stats Friday after his team's 75-56 Lakeland Conference win over Goshen.

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DUNLAP — As it turned out, the Concord boys basketball team's victory over Elkhart Central on Tuesday – the team's first of the season – may have served as a wake up call to Northern Lakes Conference foe Warsaw on Friday.

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SOUTH BEND — When Jimtown went on an 8-0 run to grab its first lead since early in the first quarter — going ahead 42-41 at 5:51 left in the fourth — such a shift could’ve logically triggered further momentum.

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Elkhart Memorial basketball coach Kyle Sears has had his Crimson Chargers play a number of different defenses this season.

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Elkhart Christian placed five players in double figures on Thursday, as the Eagles improved to 6-6 on the year by beating Lakeland Christian, 72-27.

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MIDDLEBURY — Northridge High School swimming coach Kyle Hembree announced on Thursday that junior Elsa Fretz currently has one of the top 100 times in the world in three different events.

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ELKHART — As the clock began to tick down towards zero and his team trailing Goshen by a point Tuesday night, Jimtown coach Matt Schauss considered calling a timeout to set-up a final play.

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ELKHART — Elkhart Memorial boys basketball coach Kyle Sears was very happy to complete a 3-0 week for his basketball team by beating LaVille 69-62 Saturday in a great non-conference game at North Side Gym.

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MIDDLEBURY — Led by four-time winners Elsa Fretz and Sydney Nethercutt, Northridge won the Northern Lakes Conference Girls Swim Meet on Saturday and claimed the school's sixth straight league title. It's the 18th overall NLC championship for the Raiders.

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NAPPANEE — Northridge’s offense presented NorthWood’s defense, as Panther coach Aaron Wolfe described it, “an interior-perimeter conundrum,” one the hosts never solved Friday night at The Pit.

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MIDDLEBURY — Northridge's Elsa Fretz and Jenna Nethercutt each came away with a meet record Thursday during the preliminaries of the Northern Lakes Conference Girls Swim Meet.

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ELKHART — It was an uncomfortable Thursday night for Jimtown boys basketball coach Matt Schauss. 

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A number of area high school senior football players were named to the Indiana High School Football Coaches All-Region team for the 2019 season.

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ELKHART — While battling an illness, Elkhart Christian senior Luke Burns lost 10 pounds from an already slim body and missed the Eagles' overtime loss to Fort Wayne Canterbury last Friday.

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Sophomore Titus Rodgers scored 23 points and senior Brackton Miller added 13, as Elkhart Memorial's boys basketball team broke a four game losing streak by beating South Bend Washington, 66-65, in non-conference action on Tuesday.

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MIDDLEBURY — There's not much suspense when Northridge junior wrestler Ibrahim Khaoucha competes in a wrestling match.

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SOUTH BEND — Blake Wesley scored 25 points to lead South Bend Riley past Elkhart Central, 55-47, in Northern Indiana Conference boys basketball action on Friday.

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Jimtown boys basketball coach Matt Schauss believes the eventual champion of the Northern Indiana Conference won't be unbeaten.

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DUNLAP — Elkhart Central girls basketball coach Will Coatie says that up to 20 different defenses can be used by his team during games.

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Despite 14 points and seven rebounds from senior Preston Phillips, the Jimtown boys basketball team fell on the road to John Glenn, 46-42, in Northern Indiana Conference action on Tuesday night.

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ELKHART — Leading by seven points with just 46 seconds to play in their Northern Indiana Conference game with Mishawaka on Tuesday, it looked as if the Elkhart Central boys basketball team was cruising to its fourth straight victory.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Four Elkhart County high school football players were selected to Associated Press All-State high school football team, which was released Tuesday morning.

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PLYMOUTH — When it’s been over 11 years since your program won something with a trophy attached, it’s not supposed to suddenly come this easy.

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Bronson Yoder is simply a football player, with no set position.

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SOUTH BEND — Going up against a South Bend Clay boys basketball team that possessed athleticism, size and length, made scoring a challenge for NorthWood.

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GOSHEN — Better execution in the fourth quarter produced a different outcome for Elkhart Central's boys basketball team in its second meeting this year against Goshen.

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MISHAWAKA — Al Rhodes’ Penn Kingsmen provided their coach an extra reason to celebrate on an already celebration-worthy day, while his Elkhart Memorial counterpart provided an expeditious way to get on with it.

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MISHAWAKA — Penn High's 285-pounder Yehezquel Devault was the lone local weight champion Saturday at the Al Smith Wrestling Invitational.

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NOBLESVILLE — Junior guard Sam Smith had quite a day, but the Northridge boys basketball team lost a pair of tough games at the Noblesville Holiday Tournament on Saturday.

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NOBLESVILLE — Alex Stauffer scored 23 points and grabbed eight rebounds, as Northridge defeated defending Class 2A champion Andrean 50-45 in overtime on Friday in the opening round of the Noblesville Holiday Tournament.

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