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  • Wildcat quietly finds way in new role

    Joe Jasinski
    April 24, 2014
    You’ll have to excuse Jacob Bartley. He’s kind of new at this.
  • Vaulters embrace an odd regime

    Joe Fanelli
    April 24, 2014
    Pole vaulters are, by their own admission, a little off.
  • Hits keep coming for confident Raiders

    Joe Jasinski
    April 23, 2014
    Jeremiah Mundy could be facing Justin Verlander, Cy Young or Jesus on the mound, and he wouldn’t be too spooked either way.
  • Patriots blast away woes against Cats

    Joe Fanelli
    April 22, 2014
    This is supposed to be the part when the Heritage Hills baseball team, finally standing victorious above a sectional nemesis, breaks down because of the sheer weight of the moment.
  • Split equips armed Cats with lessons

    Joe Jasinski
    April 21, 2014
    Having Jasper baseball coach Terry Gobert assess a late-April outing as “perfect” is about as rare as any occurrence in the sport — perfect game, triple play, hitting for the cycle or otherwise.
  • Marine’s number, memory still flicker

    Joe Fanelli
    April 19, 2014
    The more that Northeast Dubois baseball coach Brian Kirchoff thought about it, the more he realized it’d be a shame to confine the remembrance to a single day.
  • Surging Cats bag his-and-hers crowns

    Joe Fanelli
    April 18, 2014
    You’ll have to excuse the Jasper boys track team’s late-meet blunder. All this winning stuff is still a bit new.
  • Right-minded Rangers keep hard hits coming

    Joe Jasinski
    April 18, 2014
    The cuts didn’t change. The Rangers’ sweeping strides across the diamond in their win over host Northeast Dubois was a bit more metaphysical than retooling a swing.
  • No ‘big hit’ no big deal as Raider hurlers reign

    Joe Fanelli
    April 17, 2014
    Wednesday’s baseball game at League Stadium in Huntingburg was an exercise in expectations.
  • Just To Be Asking: Cam Weyer

    Joe Jasinski
    April 17, 2014
    You hit a bad shot. He’ll let you know. He hits a good shot. He’ll let you know. And then he’ll ride his driver as if it were a horse. Jasper senior Cam Weyer is a golfer. A jokester. A jerk. A kid. A friend and menace to his coach. ‘Swaggy C.’ And beneath it all, he’s a competitor who loves the game and is pretty darn good at it.
  • Frustration still boils in Jasper’s walk-off escape

    Brendan Perkins
    April 16, 2014
    The Jasper baseball team wants to nix its stumble-rally-repeat trend.
  • Wildcat teams stay perfect at home sweet home

    Joe Jasinski
    April 15, 2014
    A recap of Monday's track meet between Jasper and Heritage Hills at Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium.
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