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- [Baseball] Cougars Take Two Wins in Doubleheader March 20, 2019Portsmouth, Ohio – The Cougars are back to their winning ways, bringing home two victories from their doubleheader at Shawnee State University on Tuesday. IU Kokomo is now riding a three-game winning streak into the weekend, after previously maintaining a six-game streak. Location: Portsmouth, OhioOpponent: Shawnee State UniversityRecord: 18-7, 8-1 RSC
- [Women's Golf] Women's Golf Competes in First Event of the Spring March 19, 2019Lexington, Ky. – The Cougar women's golf team traveled to Kentucky for their first event of the spring season, the SVSU Intercollegiate Invitational – a primarily NCAA Division II tournament hosted by Saginaw State University.
- [Baseball] IU Kokomo Splits Final Day of Series March 17, 2019Wilmore, Ky. – Finishing up the three-game set in Wilmore, Ky. with a doubleheader on Saturday, the Cougars dropped the first game but ultimately won the series with a shutout victory in the second game of the day. Location: Wilmore, Ky.Opponent: Asbury UniversityRecord: 16-6, 8-1 RSC
- [Baseball] Cougars Take Two Wins in Doubleheader March 20, 2019
- Mizzou's Porter re-tears ACL after missing '18-19 March 24, 2019Missouri forward Jontay Porter, who suffered a season-ending torn right ACL and MCL in October, tore the ACL again this week in Denver, a school spokesman confirmed.
- Follow live: Gonzaga takes on Baylor with spot in Sweet 16 on the line March 24, 2019null
- Yanks' Diehl thought trade to Rockies was prank March 23, 2019Yankees left-hander Phillip Diehl was traded to the Colorado Rockies in exchange for outfielder Mike Tauchman just hours after Diehl took CC Sabathia's spot in the team barber's chair, making him think news of the trade was a prank.
- Mizzou's Porter re-tears ACL after missing '18-19 March 24, 2019
- Voting underway in Thailand's first election since 2014 coup March 24, 2019Voting is underway in Thailand's first election since the military ousted an elected government in a 2014 coup.
- Columbine families gather to tell stories nearly 20 years on March 24, 2019Families of the Columbine High School victims have gathered at the school to tell their stories, nearly 20 years after the tragedy.
- Protests held in Pittsburgh after cop cleared in shooting March 24, 2019The family of an unarmed black teenager fatally shot by a white police officer is expressing anger and sadness over a jury's decision to acquit, and Pittsburgh braced for protests a day after the verdict.
- Voting underway in Thailand's first election since 2014 coup March 24, 2019
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BY DEAN HOCKNEY KOKOMO, Ind. – Three years ago, Walter Cross Field was the home of a history-making moment when the Kokomo Wildkats won its first sectional championship in 30 years. Last Friday night, the stadium witnessed another long streak that … Continue reading
BY DEAN HOCKNEY LAFAYETTE, Ind. – For the fourth consecutive season, the Kokomo Wildkats find themselves in the thick of the IHSAA Class 5A playoff battle, reaching the Sweet Sixteen and a berth in the sectional championship game. In a … Continue reading
KOKOMO, Ind. – Tim Weir takes over as Kokomo High School Varsity Baseball Coach after working as the Kats Pitching Coach the past two seasons, while former professional baseball player John Curl joins the KHS Baseball staff as an Assistant … Continue reading