Tom Crean’s demise
By Bill Barrows
First of all, let me clarify my stance. I am not your typical college basketball fan.
I appreciate all of the major college programs that take up most of the space on the sports pages in Indiana. There are rabid and loyal fans for each school, namely, Indiana, Purdue, Notre Dame and Butler. That’s great. That’s what makes the world go around here in the state that is named for basketball sickness -- “Hoosier Hysteria”.
Dale to golf at Hanover
Dayna Dale signs her letter of intent to golf at Hanover College. Looking on are her parents JoDee and Gary Dale, (back row, from left) brother Devon Dale, Southwood golf coach Rod Cole and Southwood principal Andrew McDaniel. Photo by Joseph Slacian
By Joseph Slacian
Southwood High School senior Dayna Dale signed a letter of intent to continue her golf career at Hanover College.
Dale, a four-year varsity golfer at Southwood, signed the letter Tuesday afternoon, March 7, during a ceremony in the school library, surrounded by family and school personnel.
Southwood loses in the Regional to eventual Champions
By Bill Barrows
The Southwood Knights weathered foul trouble and a Frankton team that was equally at quick as the Knights on Saturday. Down the stretch, there were a number of momentum swings that kept the crowd on the edge of their seats, if they were sitting at all. A see-saw battle ensued all afternoon, neither team leading by more than six points. In the end, clutch shots and good free throw shooting by Frankton won out as they beat the Knights 65-61.
Knights fall at Regional
Southwood's Carson Blair gets a shot off over a Frankton defender during Saturday's Lapel Regional. Photo by David Fenker
By Eric Christiansen
LAPEL -- The ball didn't bounce Southwood's way Saturday afternoon against Frankton at the Lapel Regional.
Despite the heartbreaking 65-61 loss, Southwood coach John Burrus saw the positives after the game.
"It's been a season of championships for us," Burrus said. "We had a great season winning the county and conference championships and won the sectional title. We are certainly not losers."
KoC host annual free throw contest
Winners of the 2016 Knights of Columbus Wabash Council Free Throw Championship were (from left to right) Coleson Kugler, Dominic Baker, Olivia Braun, Grant Ford, Jenna Garrett, Dave Ford, Brianna Freeman Justin Garrett, Robert Ford. Photo provided
By The Paper staff
The Knights of Columbus had its annual Wabash Council Free Throw Championship on Saturday Feb.4 at the Wabash County YMCA gym.
The annual competition is for boys and girls ages 9 – 14. Since its beginning in 1972, over 2.5 million youths have participated in the contest. Last year more than 120,000 sharpshooters participated in over 3,600 local competitions.
Boys Basketball Sectional tips off on WebTV
By Bill Barrows
If you look up Hoosier Hysteria in an encyclopedia or online, Hoosier Hysteria is described as follows: Hoosier Hysteria is the state of excitement surrounding basketball in Indiana, or more specifically the Indiana high school basketball tournament.
In part, the excitement stemmed from the inclusion of all tournament entrants into the same tournament, where a small town's David might knock off a large city's Goliath. The most famous example occurred in 1954, when Milan (enrollment 161) defeated Muncie Central (enrollment over 1,600) to win the State title. The plot of the now famous movie, Hoosiers, was based on the story of the 1954 Milan team and seems to typify the hysteria related to basketball in the state of Indiana.
Local disc golf club to host fundraising tourney Feb. 25
shows off the improvements to one of the disc golf course tees points in Wabash City Park. Photo by Emma Rausch
By Emma Rausch
The Cannonball Disc Golf Club (CDGC) will host the Cannonball Winter Bash Disc Golf Tournament Saturday, Feb. 25, at Wabash City Park.
The tournament will help raise funds to improve the disc golf course at Wabash City Park, according to Josh Tart, CDGC president.
WHS’s Archer to run at St. Francis
prepares to sign a letter of intent to run at the University of St. Francis. Looking on are her grandmother Janie Hayslett, WHS principal Kyle Wieland, WHS track coach Mike Denney, St. Francis coach Kyle Allison and WHS athletic director Matt Stone. Photo by Joseph Slacian
By Joseph Slacian
Wabash High School senior Chelsea Archer will continue her running career at the University of St. Francis in Fort Wayne.
Archer signed a letter of intent to run cross-country and track for the Cougars during a brief ceremony at the WHS conference room.
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