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ELKHART — Eight players from league champion and Class 4A state runner-up NorthWood are among 33 individuals who have been named All-Northern Lakes Conference in football, as chosen by NLC coaches.

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Bryant Robinson led a quartet Goshen players in double digits with 14 points, and Will Line distributed 13 assists, as the RedHawks opned the head coach Michael Wohlford era by holding off visiting Marian 62-58 in boys high school basketball Tuesday night.

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GOSHEN — Goshen stayed in-house when it named it new boys basketball head coach last May, turning the job over to eight-year assistant Michael Wohlford.

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GOSHEN — Aylissa Trosper and Lucas Bontreger in soccer, Ariana Perez Diener and Jason Barahona in cross country, Logan Troyer in boys tennis, Olivia Thomas in girls golf, Carly Gingerich in volleyball and Malea Woods-Cross in cheerleading have been named Goshen High School team most valuable…

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Onward to the unforgiving, no-reprieve portion of the high school football season, also known as the one-and-done segment if that one happens to be a loss.

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GOSHEN — As the wind blew and the rain came down in sheets, Goshen girls soccer coach Dan Graber took time to look out on the soccer field Wednesday night and gather his thoughts after his RedHawks fell to South Bend St. Joseph 1-0 in the opening semifinal of the Goshen Regional.

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GOSHEN — "If we were a cat, we'd only have six lives left," Concord coach Shawn McCuen proclaimed of a chaotic sectional week after the Minutemen's latest escape, a 3-1 comeback win over host Goshen in Saturday night's Class 2A championship before a charged-up, overflow crowd.

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MIDDLEBURY — The Elkhart Memorial girls soccer team came within inches of taking a 1-0 lead just 12 seconds into its Northridge Sectional game with Goshen on Tuesday.

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GOSHEN — Goshen's football team had an inconsistent night offensively Friday against Northridge, but fortunately for the RedHawks, a strong second quarter was enough to push the hosts past the Raiders 24-21 in Northern Lakes Conference action.

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Seniors Logan Troyer and Bobby Sessa battled to a 6-4, 7-5 victory at No. 1 doubles that helped Goshen edge Bethany Christian 3-2 in a Goshen Sectional boys tennis semifinal moved indoors Friday to Eastlake Athletic Club because of inclement weather.

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GOSHEN — It’s not quickness or flash or a booming kick from 20 yards away that sets Goshen High senior Aylissa Trosper apart from most soccer players in the state of Indiana.

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Statistically, Marian's the most miserly high school football team in Indiana; realistically, it doesn't appear the Knights have faced a club like Jimtown yet.

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Statistically, Marian’s the most miserly high school football team in Indiana; realistically, it doesn’t appear the Knights have faced a club like Jimtown yet.

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GOSHEN — On both sides of the ball, NorthWood brought a load to bear, far from the least of it in the person of Payton Bear.

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An Andrews is coaching NorthWood. A Park is coaching Goshen. And each team is 3-0. ... How’s that for a festive collection of flashback inducers heading into a high school football showdown at Foreman Field?

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If the concussion protocol that is obligatory and welcomed these days wasn’t enough to tell you that NorthWood’s Trey Bilinski was ready to go in the second half of Friday’s 52-30 high school football victory over Concord, then his performance screamed volumes.

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GOSHEN — Indiana University Health Goshen has reached an agreement to contribute $100,000 to Goshen Community Schools to help provide financial support for the purchase and installation of the new field turf at Foreman Field.

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Jimtown and Northridge put new, unintended meaning on that old Chicago Bears term "46 defense" during high school football openers last week.

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While Goshen’s new turf is looking synthetically sharp, tonight begins the process of revealing which area high school football teams will be authentically special.

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