SOUTH BEND —Tyren Mason recorded four official touches Friday night — all of them eventful, with two going for long touchdowns, another resulting in a 64-yard punt return and another producing a muff that was saved by a teammate — yet the bulk of the chatter outside the Elkhart locker room a…
DUNLAP — When Belle Brunner stepped up and hit the first drive of the 2020 girls golf season in July, she immediately felt at home with her new Concord High School teammates.
Michaela Whitaker had seven kills Tuesday to lead Elkhart's volleyball team offensively in a 25-20, 25-14, 25-12 Northern Indiana Conference win over South Bend Adams.
Nick Carithers caught a 15-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter and Jimtown survived a two-point conversion try at the end, as the Jimmies topped Bremen, 14-13, in Northern Indiana Conference South Division action.
WARSAW — Led by top three finishers Drew Hogan, Cole Johnston and Tommy Claxton, the 17th-ranked Goshen boys cross country finished first Tuesday at the Northern Lakes Conference Super Dual.
Sadie Brenneman had 27 kills and Kierston Todd had 32 assists, to lead Bethany Christian to a five set victory over Jimtown in volleyball action on Monday.
SOUTH BEND — Derrick Woods appeared to enjoy the second half almost as much as he did the first half — no small feat given he had scored five touchdowns in that first half.
Senior halfback Derrick Woods scored five touchdowns and classmate Tyren Mason added two, as Elkhart posted an impressive 52-28 victory over Columbus East in high school football action on Friday.
NAPPANEE — NorthWood football coach Nate Andrews has over the years acquired the reputation of being willing to try anything on any down, any distance, at any time.
Senior Maddie Boomershine had 54 assists, 28 digs and three aces, leading Elkhart to tough five set victory over Northern Indiana rival New Prairie in high school volleyball action on Thursday.
German Mendivil scored with just over 12 minutes to play on Wednesday, giving the Elkhart boys soccer team a 1-0 victory over South Bend St. Joseph in Northern Indiana Conference action.
GOSHEN — A Goshen High School football player tested positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday, which has forced the school to cancel two varsity football games.