Kunkel takes over for Randy Hudgins, who stepped down before Christmas.
Campbell Donovan scored 23 points to lead the way as Bishop Dwenger knocked off 1A no. 6 Blackhawk Christian 77-44 on Tuesday night to headline a busy night of area hoops.
Standing atop the Northeast 8 conference and with a 17-4 overall record the Bellmont Squaws are your OPS Team of the Week.
North Side remains no. 4 in 4A, Blackhawk stays at no. 6 in 1A while Lakewood Park falls one spot to no. 10 in 1A.
Horizon Christian bested Clinton Christian 88-84 including a pair of powerful dunks from sophomore Sydney Curry to headline area prep basketball action on Monday.
Tyler Schwartz won the individual state championship this past season with a time of 18:08.6.
Homestead remains no. 2 in 4A, Concordia, Tippecanoe Valley, and Bishop Dwenger all in 3A top 10, while Whitko drops to no. 2 in 2A.
Bishop Dwenger took home the SAC wrestling title at the conference championship held at Snider High School on Saturday.
4A No. 2 Homestead’s seniors went out with a bang on senior night taking down 3A No. 3 Heritage Christian 86-62.
4A no. 4 North Side rallied from 11 points down in the fourth quarter to beat 4A no. 13 Homestead in a key SAC contest 62-60 in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”
This past season he was Concordia’s number one singles player and a first team All-SAC selection
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Carroll’s Kelli Damman and Snider’s Malik Williams are sporting some new T-Shirts thanks to Marathon/Phil’s One Stop after being named Fill It Up All-Stars last Friday on the Highlight Zone.
3A No. 8 Tippecanoe Valley picked up a key conference win defeating 2A No.1 Whitko 47-39.
Summit City’s Joe Hacker lit the lamp three times on Wednesday night as the Panthers bested Homestead 6-2 to headline local prep hockey action.
At a skilled six-foot-five, Ignacio Martinez-Pardo is making a name for himself on the basketball court – and it’s a name new to the hoops scene in northeast Indiana for a good reason.
Homestead bested former NHC rival Columbia City 63-46 in boys basketball on Tuesday night to headline a busy evening on the area hoops scene.
North Side remains no. 4 in 4A while Blackhawk Christian slides to no. 6 in 1A.
We are proud to honor the Snider boys and girls swim team as our Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
Grace Hunter scored 22 points as Bellmont bested Blackford 55-33 to headline local prep basketball on Monday.