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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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MIDDLEBURY — Adonis Brown promises he's going to get better as he continues his transition to point guard, but he was already good enough during his first varsity game there to key Elkhart Central to a 57-55 road escape over Northridge in Tuesday's boys high school basketball season opener a…

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Coming off a fourth-place finish at the IHSAA boys swimming and diving State Finals in February, Northridge coach Joe Keller will be in a bit of a rebuilding mode for the 2016-17 season.

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The amount of talent in Elkhart County area pools could be near its apex for the 2016-17 girls high school swimming season.

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Elkhart Central graduate Kate Cobb and Northridge grad Kelly Miller have been named to the first-team All-Crossroads League volleyball squad for the 2016 season.

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A self-described "huge IU basketball fan," Pete Smith attended at least one Indiana University game every year as he was growing up and often dreamed of playing at Assembly Hall in Bloomington.

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NAPPANEE — Brayton Yoder ripped off NorthWood's longest offensive play of the night in a 44-13 Class 4A sectional semifinal win over Northridge on Friday at Andrews Field.

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Seven players from champion Northridge have been named to the All-Northern Lakes Conference girls soccer team for 2016, and the Raiders' Bill Redinger is Coach of the Year as chosen by his peers.

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FORT WAYNE — The Northridge girls cross country team qualified for the State Finals next week in Terre Haute thanks to a fourth-place finish Saturday in the New Haven Semistate on the campus of IPFW.

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Overtime wasn’t enough time for Northridge and Wawasee to settle their differences. They meet again when Indiana high school football sectionals kick off around the area Friday evening.

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MIDDLEBURY — Northridge High School senior Sam Grewe has been named the 2016 U.S. Paralympics Track & Field High School Field Athlete of the Year after winning a silver medal in the high jump at the 2016 Rio Summer games.

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ELKHART — A friendly rivalry between Jonathan Harley and Colton Shail exists within the Penn High School boys cross country team.

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One of the area’s top swimmers and a three-time state diving qualifier have given verbal commitments to colleges, and as it turns out, they could be facing off in the Big Ten for the next four years.

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GOSHEN — Northridge coach Ryan McClane has been looking for someone to be a top runner for his boys and girls cross country teams.

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MIDDLEBURY — Spencer Lehman watched with plenty of interest this summer as three current or former Indiana University swimmers stood at the top of the podium as gold medal winners at the 2016 Rio Olympics.

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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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CARMEL — Columbus North senior Holly Anderson claimed the individual title at 75-71-146 and Evansville North captured the team crown at 312-306-618 as the IHSAA girls golf State Finals wrapped up Saturday at Prairie View Golf Club.

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NOBLESVILLE — Northridge freshman Braedyn O'Dell shot a 74 at Cobblestone Golf Course on Saturday to advance from the East Noble Regional to the IHSAA girls State Finals next weekend.

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MIDDLEBURY — Braedyn O’Dell grew up playing basketball, softball and soccer at Northridge Middle School.

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Concord captured its first regional team berth in girls golf since 2002 on Saturday, finishing second in the East Noble Sectional at Noble Hawk, while NorthWood stormed Stonehenge for the Warsaw Sectional crown.

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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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MIDDLEBURY — Nick Hooley has gone from perhaps never playing sports again to back behind center as the quarterback of the 2016 Northridge High School football team.

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