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Wabash Little League opens 63rd season
Cason Myers throws out the first pitch of the season. He is a member of the Wabash Little League Challenger League. Photo by Joseph Slacian
 
By Joseph Slacian
 
The Wabash Little League kicked off its 63rd season on Saturday, April 23, with its usual pomp and circumstances at the Morrett Sports Complex.
 
League President Bryan Dillon and Mayor Scott Long each addressed the players and their family and friends before two players from the League’s Challenger Division threw out the first pitch of the season, and a longtime volunteer received honors for his service.
 
Both Dillon and Long reminded the players that the main purpose of being in Little League is to have fun.
 
Posted on 2016 Apr 26
Shear signs

Noah Shear (front row, center) signed his letter of intent to play basketball for Hope College. Mother Angel Shear (front row, left) and father Todd Shear joined their son at his signing with (back row, from left) AAU Coach Derick Adams, sister Indi Shear, Northfield Athletic Director Clint Davis and high school basketball coach Patrick Hopkins. Photo by Emma Rausch

Posted on 2016 Apr 19
Clark signs

Drew Clark (front row, center) signed his letter of intent to wrestle at Trine University. His parents Kevin and Kristi Clark (front row, from left) joined him at his sign with Northfield Athletic Director Clint Davis (back row, from left) and Northfield Wrestling Coach Gary Norman. Photo by Emma Rausch

Posted on 2016 Apr 19
Brown signs

Dylan Brown (front row, center) signed his letter of intent to attend Trine University for football on Friday and was joined at the signing by (front row, from left) step-mother Mary Brown, mother Karri Brown, (back row, from left) brother Dalton Brown, father Darren Brown, step-sister Macey Milroy, sister Kyleigh Brown, Northfield Athletic Director Clint Davis and Football Coach Brandon Baker. Photo by Emma Rausch

Posted on 2016 Apr 19
Short signs

Jarred Short (front row, center) signed his letter of intent to attend Trine University for football on Friday, April 15. The Norse athlete was joined at the signing by parents Kyle and Barb Short (front row, from left), Athletic Director Clint Davis (back row, from left) and Football Coach Brandon Baker. Photo by Emma Rausch

Posted on 2016 Apr 19
Richter signs

Drake Richter (front row, center) signed his letter of intent to attend Trine University for baseball on Friday, April 15. Richter was joined at the signing by (front row, from left) his parents Joe and Marlene Richter, (back row, from left) AAU Coach Cam Branock, Head Baseball Coach Clint Davis and Assistant Baseball Coach Brandon Baker. Photo by Emma Rausch

Posted on 2016 Apr 19
Cunningham, Lucas capture Brookville tourney
By The Paper staff
 
Bret Cunningham and Keith Lucas finished first in the Slabmaster Crappie Fishing Tourney on April 9 on Brookville Lake.
 
The pair caught their limit of seven crappies, weighing 5.41 pounds.
 
Second place went to Jim Clark and Doug Allen with a seven-fish limit and a total weight of 5.07 pounds.
 
Posted on 2016 Apr 19
Northfield lineman honored at Griddys award program
Cale Dyson (55) helps bring down a runner during Northfield’s football game against Laville during the 2015 football season. The Paper file photo
 
By The Paper staff
 
A Northfield High School football player was recently among those honored at the ninth annual Griddys award program.
 
Cale Dyson, an offensive and defensive lineman for the Norse, was honored with others on the 2015 Small School All State Offense during a March 20 program at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center in Indianapolis.
 
Posted on 2016 Apr 12

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