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- [Women's Basketball] IU Kokomo Women's Basketball Falls on the Road to IU East January 16, 2019Kokomo, Ind. – After a postponed game against Brescia University, the IU Kokomo Women's Basketball team travelled to IU East for a midweek game with the Red Wolves. The Cougars took a one-point lead all the way until the fourth quarter, where the back-and-forth game saw IU East pull away thanks to 16 points from […]
- [Men's Basketball] No. 17 IU East Tames Cougars on the Road January 16, 2019Kokomo, Ind. – In their second ranked match in as many games, the IU Kokomo Men's Basketball team fell to No. 17 IU East on the road in Richmond, Ind. The Cougars went into halftime down 36-33, only to be outscored by 11 points in the second half.
- [Basketball] Make-Up Dates for Postponed Basketball Games Announced January 15, 2019Kokomo, Ind. – After postponing home River States Conference matches with Brescia University last weekend, the IU Kokomo women's and men's basketball teams have announced make-up dates for those games.
- [Women's Basketball] IU Kokomo Women's Basketball Falls on the Road to IU East January 16, 2019
- Calderwood eyes flyweight title shot January 19, 2019Scotland's Joanne Calderwood is fully aware of what an explosive performance against former KSW champion Ariane Lipski could do for her career in the UFC.
- Cousins on debut: 'Felt like a kid on Christmas' January 19, 2019DeMarcus Cousins scored 14 points, including a thunderous dunk in the first quarter, in Friday's win over the Clippers. Afterward, he called it "one of the best days of my life."
- 'Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere' approach ends now for 'Cowboy' Cerrone January 19, 2019Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone has been lauded for his willingness to fight anyone, anytime, anywhere. Now in the final stages of his career, he's stopping that in pursuit of finally winning a UFC belt.
- Calderwood eyes flyweight title shot January 19, 2019
- Trump can ‘win this fight’ against Dems by compromising on border wall: Marc Thiessen January 19, 2019Ahead of a planned “major announcement” about the partial government shutdown and the crisis at the southern border, President Trump can still pull off a victory over the Democrats, Washington Post columnist Marc Thiessen argued Friday.
- Yankees legend Bernie Williams raising awareness for lung disease in honor of late father January 19, 2019New York Yankees legend Bernie Williams watched as his father battled IPF symptoms for years and says he does not want that to happen to anybody else.
- Amazing collection of 81 'barn find' cars is worth a fortune January 19, 2019Estate sale like few others.
- Trump can ‘win this fight’ against Dems by compromising on border wall: Marc Thiessen January 19, 2019
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WESTERN CLAIMS BOYS AND GIRLS SOCCER SECTIONAL TITLES, EASTERN EARNS A BOYS SOCCER SECTIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
BY DEAN HOCKNEY KOKOMO, Ind. – In the span of six hours last Saturday, three Howard County schools hoisted IHSAA championship trophies on three different soccer pitches. The day started when Western earned a girls title before the Western boys and … Continue reading
BY DEAN HOCKNEY RUSSIAVILLE, Ind. – The Western Panthers stunned the field by knocking off two ranked opponents to capture the programs first-ever Hoosier Conference girls soccer championship. Hosting the tournament in Russiaville, the Lady Panthers (12-1) pulled a semifinal upset … Continue reading
BY DEAN HOCKNEY KOKOMO, Ind. – It may be hard to believe, but the high school football season is already one-third complete, and week three proved to be heartbreaking for the Taylor Titans while the Eastern Comets improved to 3-0 … Continue reading