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In the 20-year history of the Indiana Mr. Football award, there had never been a winner from northeast Indiana. That all changed Thursday when the sponsoring Indianapolis Star announced Bishop Luers senior Jaylon Smith had been named the 2012 Mr.
But it's not without trying by athletic director Dean Doerffler. Not a good response, Doerffler said of other schools interested in forming another conference. They don't want to take the plunge into it...Some schools are willing and some don't
Concordia led the 2012 All-SAC boys basketball squads with three first-team selections, the league announced Monday. Juniors Marq Rogers, Thomas Starks and Brian Gremaux were named to the first team for the Cadets, who finished second in the SAC at 5-
Concordia on girls All-SAC first team The Journal Gazette Three Concordia players were named to the girls All-Summit Athletic Conference first team announced today. Annalissa Kammeyer, Lauren Marinko and Courtney Smith were on the first team, along
It says something about the SAC girls basketball tournament field that the No...The Knights, defending regular-season conference and Class 2A state champions, have already lost to South Side and Concordia. It tells you how deep the league is, said
Cohn The Journal Gazette James Knapke and Marah Bradbury had the statistics and the character in common. But there was something else that landed them the biggest honors at Monday night's 2011 Fall Athletic Awards banquet: their desires to be
The Cadets dropped Wayne 25-6, 25-12 and Northrop 25-11, 25-13 in the Red pool, while Luers took out Northrop 14-25, 25-18, 15-11 and Wayne 25-15, 25-12. In the White pool, Dwenger beat South Side 25-17, 25-15 and North Side, 25-22, 25-13, while
Eight schools enough barely for SAC The SAC has gone through some changes the last couple of years with the closing of Elmhurst and reorganization of Harding, as its membership has gone from 10 to eight. The conference, which has been around since
Andrea Filler gave up two hits and struck out eight for the Saints, while Hannah Robbins gave up three hits and struck out 14. Dwenger scored both of its runs in the fourth inning, while Woodlan scored a run in the sixth and left the bases loaded...
But that last part of the process never got on the board's agenda. So schools may have to wait for two weeks to officially have coaches, in particular for fall sports...There was brief, general discussion at the meeting about coaches being hired,