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ELKHART — The Indiana High School Athletic Association has announced that the Elkhart High School football program, which is the consolidation of Elkhart Central and Elkhart Memorial, will be playing in the Class 6A Sectional 2 in the fall.

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EVANSVILE — Four months before the coronavirus pandemic, Fairfield High School graduate Chloe Bontrager was gaining confidence as a collegiate volleyball player at the University of Evansville.

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KENDALVILLE — NorthWood High School junior Cybil Stillson lost a playoff for the Medalist on the second playoff hole Monday at the Indiana Junior Northern Masters Golf Event at Noble Hawk Golf Course in Kendallville.

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ELKHART — Before the shut down of high school spring sports because of the coronavirus, Jim Eger received some great news.

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ELKHART — A second meeting this year between the NorthWood and Marian girls basketball teams produced a much different looking box score. 

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MIDDLEBURY — For the third time in program history, the Northridge Area Swimming Association (NASA) has been named a Bronze Medal Club within the USA Swimming Club Excellence program, which recognizes the organization's highest-performing clubs in the development of athletes age 18 and younger.

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ELKHART — Al Rhodes admits he has to remind himself at times that Noah Applegate is just a 10th-grader. Of course, the Penn coach loves it once he remembers. It means his smooth, 6-foot-6 lefty has another two-plus seasons of high school basketball remaining.

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MISHAWAKA — Elkhart Christian senior Bethany McKibbin has signed a letter of intent to continue her academic and softball careers at Bethel College, beginning in the fall of 2017.

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Elkhart Central looks to extend its best start in 14 years, Concord looks to show again that it can bounce back from a staggering loss, Jimtown gets a look at one of its noted alums, and Elkhart Christian gets a look at both a college court and a No. 1 team during an intriguing Friday for bo…

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SOUTH BEND — After some player tardiness Saturday, Elkhart Central coach Terry Smith "wanted to send a message about professionalism, about punctuality." So he benched most of his usual starters to begin Tuesday's Northern Indiana Conference boys basketball opener at South Bend Adams' Hadawa…

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