Apaches grab sole possession of the south
Three Wabash defenders converge on a Maconaquah runner. Photo by Gary Andrews
By Gary Andrews
BUNKER HILL -- The Wabash football team had a big date at Maconaquah on Friday as the Apaches took a perfect 3-0 record into the game. The Braves also boasted a 3-0 record with both teams being in the south division of the TRC. 
It would be a match up of the Braves offensive line size against the Apache defensive speed, with speed overcoming size as Wabash moved to 4-0 for the first time since 1966 in a 24-7 and take sole possession of the south division.
Posted on 2015 Sep 15
Northfield senior takes county amateur golf championship
Braydon Schindler (center) poses with his Northfield High School coach Eric Terrell (left) and Honeywell Golf Course pro Mel Thomas (right) as he receives the Wabash County Amateur Golf Tournament champion plaque. Schindler, 17, took the title and beat out approximately 38 other participants of all ages with a 148 final score. Photo by Emma Rausch
By Emma Rausch
After two golf courses and 36 holes, Braydon Schindler, a Northfield High School senior, took home the Wabash County Amateur Golf Tournament champion title the weekend of July 25-26.
Approximately 39 golfers of all ages participated in the two-day tournament began which began on Saturday July 25 at the Honeywell Golf Course. It concluded the following day at Etna Acres Golf Course.
Schindler, 17, shot 71 on first day and 77 on the second, with an overall 148 total for the competition.
It just felt good to win champion, Schindler said.
“I’ve played in this twice now and the first time I didn’t play very good at all,” he continued. “And I’ve come so close in the club championship a few times so it just felt good to finally pull through and win.”
Posted on 2015 Sep 08
Friday Night Lights on Wabash WebTV
By Bill Barrows
Week number four of high school football is upon us already. This week’s games include Northfield (3-0) travelling to Tipp Valley (1-2), North Miami (0-3) at Southwood (0-3) and Wabash (3-0) at Maconaquah (3-0). Wabash WebTV will be at Peru High School as Manchester (0-3) take on the Peru Tigers (2-1). Broadcast time will be 6:45 and kickoff at 7pm. 
Posted on 2015 Sep 08
Norse pick up road win against Peru
Dylan Brown breaks loose for a 65-yard touchdown return. Photo by Gary Andrews 
By Gary Andrews
PERU -- The Northfield football team traveled to Peru Friday and picked up a convincing 42-26 road win.
With a couple opportunities in the first quarter to score, the only points the Norse could put on the board came from a safety as Northfield led 2-0 after one.
Posted on 2015 Sep 01
Manchester girls with soccer invitational
The Manchester girls’ soccer team shows off the trophy it won by capturing first place in its own invitational on Saturday. Photo by Gary Andrews
By Gary Andrews
NORTH MANCHESTER -- The Manchester girls soccer team won its own invititational Saturday, defeating North Miami and Logansport. The boys finished second, defeating North Miami before falling to South Bend Riley.
Posted on 2015 Sep 01
Apache football team downs Alex, 42-7
By Gary Andrews
The Wabash football was out to show they are for real this year on Friday night and did just that as it  beat up on Alexandria, 42-7
The Apaches grabbed a 7-0 lead when Braxtin Rowley scored on a blocked punt. After a defensive stand the Apaches went to work on offense. On the back of Luke Proctor the Apaches marched down the field and were on the five when time ran out.
Posted on 2015 Sep 01
Apache volleyball team falls in TRC opener
By Gary Andrews
The Wabash volleyball team went on the road to Tippecanoe Valley to open conference play Thursday, falling to the Vikings 25-10, 25-20, 25-22.
Kristin Cromer had 4 kills, 23 digs and 7 points, while Jaycee Parrett had17 digs and 7 assists, Angela Levine had 7 points, 4 kills, and Kaitlyn Dowdal had 4 points and 12 digs.
Posted on 2015 Sep 01
Oak Hill edges Knights, 40-27
By Gary Andrews
The Southwood football team headed down State Road 13 to take on Oak Hill Friday, playing the Eagles in their first ever game on their new artificial turf field. The pace was fast and the lead changed several times before Oak Hill pulled out a 30-27 win.
Defense dominated play in the first quarter as neither team could find the endzone and the first quarter ended where the game started at 0-0.
Posted on 2015 Sep 01

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