Everingham led DeKalb for six seasons from 2008-14. His Baron teams went 67-72.
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Two Canterbury seniors made their college choice official on Tuesday afternoon as Brandon Renninger signed to play soccer at Manchester University while Niko Rongos will play tennis at Indiana Wesleyan.
The six-foot guard was second on the team at 13.5 points per game, connecting on 49-percent of his threes.
Chris Benedict’s 24th season as a head basketball coach in the state of Indiana will be in the heart of Wells county as Benedict was tabbed to lead Bluffton’s program on Monday.
Northrop improved to 5-1 on the season with a Saturday sweep of their rival Snider, taking game one 4-1 and rallying from a six-run deficit to take game two 10-9.
Carroll raced away with first place at the annual North Side relays on Saturday afternoon.
Churubusco seniors Garrett Simmons and Drew Buffenbarger will continue their athletic careers at the next level.
Wayne senior JeBria Green will continue her volleyball career at IPFW.
Dalton O’Boyle and Grant Richardson combined on a one-hit shutout while striking out 15 to lead Bishop Dwenger over Concordia 1-0 at Massucci Field.
A pair of Carroll seniors made their college choice official on Thursday with basketball standout Kelham Brown signing with Huntington University while track star Kori Leonard picked Manchester University.
Homestead seniors Brady Sheehan and Drew Lunsford both made their college choice official on Wednesday night as the baseball standouts signed a letter of intent to compete at the next level.
Leo’s Lydia Baldwin, Nate Morris, and Maddie McDonald all put pen to paper on Wednesday to finalize their plan to play sports in college.
The Saints almost ran out of ink on Wednesday afternoon as 14 senior signed to play college athletics.
Homestead senior Brayden Law is heading to the Big Ten as the distance runner signed with Michigan State track & cross country on Wednesday.
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Mallers and Hazen are two of 13 players from the state of Indiana that will square off against the Kentucky All-Stars in June.
Randy Hawkins went 119-57 during his time leading the Knights and led Norwell to the 3A state title game in 2012.
Homestead just joined the Summit Athletic Conference in basketball this past season and it didn’t take long for a Spartan to capture the league’s top individual honor.
The Carroll Chargers certainly brought the power to Turtle Town on Monday night, hitting four home runs in a 14-2 victory over Churubusco in five innings.