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That was the length of Snider's epic stroll through the desert Friday night, which led directly to a 68-46 loss to North Side in the SAC boys basketball opener for both teams. And, no, no one saw a drought like that coming. Not at all, said Tre'
Quarterback Branson Dossen, Heritage; Noah Follett, Garrett; Jordan Hissong, Leo; Logan Ormsby, Homestead; Ben Shriver, Tippecanoe Valley; Derek Wanner, South Adams Running back Cody Conwell, Churubusco; Nick Cook, North Side; Bo Davis, Garrett; P.J.
Just judging by the comments afterward from the North Side and DeKalb coaches, it would be difficult to tell which team won and which team lost. For the record, the Redskins led almost wire-to-wire for a 51-41 home win Friday. That was not exactly
Led by resident Candace Cain, nearby residents called a meeting earlier this year to bring the neighborhoods together to beautify it. Today, the lot is a landscaped phenomenon of people power, and on it, a sign attests to inter-neighborhood
But that's what Laura Hatajik and her partner, Keren DeCarlo, have done in the old Fort Pitt Bedding Company in this sliver of the North Side. Once a manufacturing plant, the building now features office space and a slick, modern storefront where the
North Side win SAC crown Despite having a bye in the postseason, North Side still has some business to do next week. Saturday New Haven captures its first NHC title There was no doubt this time. A week after losing its undefeated record and its first
Despite having a bye in the postseason, North Side still has some business to do next week. With a 42-16 win Friday over Northrop, the Redskins earned the right to make a trip to Snider to pick up some hardware the SAC Victory Bell. North Side (6-3,
Komets breakdown The Komets open their 62nd season tonight at Memorial Coliseum against the Toledo Walleye. After missing the playoffs for the first time since 2002 and hiring a new coach in Gary Graham, there's plenty of intrigue. Today 3:00 am
A 32-28 loss to Bishop Dwenger on Sept. 6, in which North Side lost an 18-point second-half lead, clouded the SAC championship picture for the Redskins. But through a renewed outlook and some help from other teams, the Redskins' championship hopes
Despite two double-digit second-half deficits, Mike Fiacable and Bishop Dwenger had a feeling a comeback was possible. The Saints turned their faith into a reality with a 32-28 win over host North Side on Friday. The rallies helped the Saints break a