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FORT WAYNE — Senior Joe Richardson hit four 3-pointers and finished with 16 points to help lead Elkhart to a 71-69 victory over Fort Wayne Wayne on Saturday.

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GOSHEN — NorthWood's Cade Brenner had only four points entering the fourth quarter of Friday's Northern Lakes Conference game against Goshen.

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ELKHART — The most points posted by an Elkhart team in 21 games dating to January of last season still wasn’t enough to keep up with the blazing shooting of South Bend St. Joseph.

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Despite 25 points and 10 rebounds from senior Beck Willems, Bethany Christian fell to South Bend Career Academy 57-53 in Hoosier Plains Conference action.

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Joe Schoen was at the top of the New York Giants’ list of candidates when they started their search for a new general manager, and the Buffalo Bills assistant GM never left that spot.

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Concord High School football players Jack D’Arcy (wide receiver), Hunter Dutton (at-large) and Zaven Koltookian (linebacker) are among the local players that have been selected to the Indiana Football Coaches Association All-Region 2 team.

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If you know NorthWood basketball coach Aaron Wolfe, you know he’s not one to get caught up in where is team is ranked or what the expectations are.

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Mady Axsom, a senior for the Elkhart High School girls basketball team, is one of three recipients in the state to earn the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame “Gifts of the Game” scholarship program.

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On the day they became the top-ranked team in Class 3A, the NorthWood Panthers put together one of their best games of the year and beat South Bend St. Joseph 68-49.

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DUNLAP — The statistics for Jack D'Arcy and Andres Dixon — the starting backcourt for Concord on Tuesday — didn't exactly jump out at you after the game.

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ELKHART — Defense was a strength throughout the evening Tuesday for Jimtown's boys basketball team against Goshen.

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Senior Mady Axsom scored 14 points to lead a balanced Elkhart attack, as the Lions cruised past LaPorte 63-39, for their fifth straight win.

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ELKHART —In the end, the Elkhart basketball team got two good looks at a game-winning shot in the final seconds of Saturday's game with Plymouth.

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WARSAW — In the moment, Goshen coach Michael Wohlford briefly tried to chase down an official after Drew Hogan’s driving layup just ahead of the final horn was unsuccessful, but given time to cool off, Wohlford did not want to chase controversy.

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Junior guard Erick Nocentelli hit six 3-pointers and scored 22 points Friday night, to lead Elkhart past Bremen, 63-47, in Northern Indiana Conference boys basketball action.

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NAPPANEE — With its best player Cade Brenner out of the game because of fouls, NorthWood's boys basketball team had to look to others Friday down the stretch against Northridge.

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MIDDLEBURY — The journey to become an elite diver began at a young age for Northridge senior swimmer Kaitlin Simons.

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Penn High boys basketball coach Al Rhodes earned career victory No. 650 as the eighth-ranked (4-A) Kingsmen raced past Warsaw, 71-59, Tuesday, in a non-conference matchup.

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ELKHART — Jimtown boys basketball coach Matt Stoll greeted Mishawaka coach Ron Hecklinski outside of his locker room, shook his hand and said a few words.

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Junior Cade Brenner scored 21 points to lead No. 4 ranked (Class 3-A) NorthWood past Wawasee, 51-37, in Northern Lakes Conference action on Friday.

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WARSAW — Doug Springer was still able to apply a positive spin following a positively scoreless first quarter that led to a positively disappointing loss.

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ELKHART — One good eye was enough for Elkhart Christian's Matt Burns to score the biggest point in Friday's Hoosier Plains Conference boys basketball game against Lakeland Christian.

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ELKHART — The Jimtown Jimmies dizzied South Bend Clay with the half-court trapping defense they unleashed in the third quarter, and dizzied their coach with how much better they played yet again during a second half.

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Drew Hogan and Jack D’Arcy each started as freshman point guards for the Goshen and Concord basketball teams respectively.

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MIDDLEBURY —Concord High swim coach Tom Johnson thought his boys and girls teams each looked a little tired Thursday in their meets against Northridge.

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Jaya Johnson scored 19 points and Samiyah Stout added 15 to lead Elkhart's girls basketball team past Mishawaka, 63-44, in non-conference action on Tuesday.

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NorthWood outscored Columbia City 15-4 in the second quarter and went on to beat the Eagles, 47-41, in boys basketball non-conference action on Tuesday.

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DUNLAP — Playing its first game in 18 days, Concord's boys basketball team showed no rust Tuesday in a 57-33 non-conference win over New Prairie.

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ELKHART — With just 1:40 left in the first half of Tuesday's Elkhart-Mishawaka boys basketball game, the Lions' Rodney Gates scored on a rebound basket to force Cavemen coach Ron Hecklinski to call a timeout.

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PLYMOUTH — Starting out short its point guard, and coming up short in field-goal shooting, free-throw shooting, rebounding, second-chance points and takeaways-giveaways, Jimtown somehow still fell by only five points to the home team in the Plymouth Holiday Tournament boys basketball championship.

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MISHAWAKA — Jimtown 170-pound wrestler Landon Buchanan sat behind the scorer’s table and showed little emotion.

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MIDDLEBURY — With three senior starters and a junior in her third year of varsity basketball, there isn't much that will throw off the Northridge girls basketball team.

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WARSAW — Senior Beck Willems scored 29 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead Bethany Christian to a 54-50 win over Lakeland Christian in the final game of the Cougar Boys Basketball Classic on Wednesday.

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MISHAWAKA — Elkhart High's Brayden Jellison is among the six local wrestlers still in convention for a title after one day of action at the Mishawaka Al Smith Classic.

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DUNLAP — Concord High School football standout Jack D’Arcy has committed to continue his academic and athletic career next fall at Taylor University.

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