ELKHART — Mayor Rod Roberson won a bet this past weekend, thanks to the Elkhart High School Lions football team.
ELKHART — Elkhart football coach Josh Shattuck doesn’t want his team paying attention to the hype surrounding Friday night’s game against Mishawaka at Rice Field.
Gone is the Division I quarterback. Gone is the all-everything running back/defensive back. Gone is the star linebacker. Gone are five out of six All-Northern Lakes Conference first-team picks.
ELKHART — Football workouts by Concord Community Schools will be suspended after a member of the coaching staff tested positive for COVID-19, the district said Saturday.
ELKHART — The Baugo Community Schools board is expected to vote on a recommendation Monday to hire Matt Stoll as the next boys basketball head coach at Jimtown High School.
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.
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.
PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth High School volleyball team is hosting Go Gold Night at 6 p.m. in the varsity gym on Thursday, Sept. 28, when they take on Goshen High School.
GOSHEN — A "Redskin Silent Auction" is being planned by Goshen High School to give community members the first opportunity to purchase memorabilia items featuring the school's former name and mascot.
GOSHEN — The Goshen High School boys basketball teams made an off-court assist Monday by spending some time with young students at two elementary schools.
ROANOKE, Va. — Hannah (Grieser) Hochstetler, a graduate of Bethany Christian High School and Goshen College, was killed in a two-car accident just outside Roanoke, Va. on Thursday, according to WDBJ television in Roanoke.
ELKHART — Without realizing it, Tom Kurth's determination became part of Elkhart's cure to a tumultuous late 1960s. It was never his intention, though.
GOSHEN — Jim Buller will remember Anna Barnard for her smile and for her gregarious personality.
ELKHART — As suggested by matching wide grins, Elkhart Memorial junior Iyan Jennings and coach Kyle Sears each felt totally exhilarated once the Crimson Chargers' astonishing comeback victory was complete, yet in another way, they also felt quite the opposite.
WATERFORD MILLS — Due to ice in Saturday's early forecast, the start times for Bethany Christian's holiday boys and girls basketball tournaments have been altered.
INDIANAPOLIS — Jimtown High School athletic director Nate Nean has been re-elected to a three-year term on the Indiana High School Athletic Association Board of Directors.
MIDDLEBURY — Northridge in the fourth quarter and Luke Morrison all night put on rare shows worth savoring, and as it so happens, the Raiders will have some time to do that.
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.
GOSHEN — Femi Hollinger-Janzen, a collegiate national champion and professional soccer player from Goshen, will speak at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 29, at the Waterford Mennonite Church.
Former Bethany Christian and Indiana University standout Femi Hollinger-Janzen is changing Major League Soccer teams.
ELKHART — Elkhart Central sophomore wrestler Nate Dibley rallied, then survived, Tuesday in his 4-3 win over Elkhart Memorial's Koby Lundy at 152 pounds.
ELKHART — Skylar Axsom put forth a performance that at times suggested Elkhart Memorial couldn't bear to be without her, and yet, her Crimson Charger teammates also proved they could bear it, at least short-term, once they had to.
MIDDLEBURY — Lindsy Kline's experience and moxie will be a key component to the success of this year's Penn basketball team.
ELKHART — Weston Sage scored 14 points, grabbed nine rebounds and blocked four shots as Elkhart Christian downed visiting Mishawaka 50-46 in boys basketball Monday.