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State-ranked opponents hadn't been a deterrent to Wapahani in its two games leading up to the Wabash Regional baseball championship contest. But that changed drastically on Saturday night against the state's top-ranked Class 2A team...Raiders with a
Wapahani's small group of senior baseball players had to learn to grow into their roles as upperclass leaders on this year's team. The Raiders had an unusually small group of seniors, and all three are in the starting lineup: Jon Keesling is the team'
As Wapahani posed for a team picture Monday afternoon after winning the Class 2A Frankton Sectional baseball championship, players held up three fingers to signify the third straight sectional won by the Raiders. Accomplishing that feat this season
Wapahani senior softball player Maggie Snider and her teammates celebrated with gusto on Thursday afternoon, oblivious to being in the midst of a swirling cloud of dust that could have choked a horse. For Snider and the other Raider seniors who
When Frankton played Wapahani in a regular-season softball game this month, it issued an intentional walk to the Raiders' Danielle Wellman the first time she came to the plate. Frankton pitched to Wellman the next two times she batted, and she
Written by Filed Under Boys track sectionals Central When: 5 p.m. today ECI schools: Central, Southside, Burris, Cowan, Delta, Wapahani, Monroe Central, Winchester, Union, Randolph Southern, Union City, Jay County. Mount Vernon When: 5:30 p.m. today
Wapahani's Malary Raef advanced to regionals despite the loss of her family home during Tuesday's Southside girls track sectional. Raef, a junior at Wapahani, found out shortly before the 400 relay that there was a fire at her family's home on Muncie
Written by Filed Under Delaware County baseball tournament » Location: All games at Yorktown » Opening round games: Wes-Del vs...Alex Delk, in the first round of the Delaware County tournament today against Yorktown. If necessary, Paul is ready to
The Wes-Del girls 1,600-meter relay team was aware of the situation. The Warriors were 1.5 points behind first-place Wapahani at the Mid-Eastern Conference meet at Cowan Tuesday, knowing that a win in the last event would guarantee their team a
The Rebels (3-11) scored all six of their runs in the first inning. Trey Wills, Levi Vallad and DeQuan Blackmon each collected two hits in the second game. Nick Hollowell picked up the win, allowing just one hit and striking out six over six innings.