Itís the time of the year for sports on WebTV
By Bill Barrows
Remember the Staples TV ad from a few years back…..maybe it is still being aired. You know the one, the two parents doing a celebratory dance to the holiday tune with the lyrics being sung in the background of “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year” and the kids heading off to school? Well, that’s how we feel as we prepare for the high school football season. 
A quick drive through a school campus in the afternoon is a dead giveaway that the teams are in preparing for their opening game of the season. The color of a Friday night football game is in our midst. Let’s do this thing.
Posted on 2015 Aug 18
Southwood wins county golf title
Members of the Southwood golf team are (from left) Chloe Kendall, Dayna Dale, Danielle Sparling, Danielle Pegg, and Katie Springer. Photo by Gary Andrews
By Gary Andrews
The Southwood Lady Knight golf team, behind medalist Danielle Sparling captured the 2015 girls county title at Etna Acres Golf Course Saturday.
Sparling ran away with the title, firing an 84 with the closest score being a 92 by team mate Dayna Dale. Joining Sparling and Dale as the top five were Kelsey Eichenauer of Manchester(94), Danielle Pegg of Southwood(95) and Kandra Stout of Northfield(103).
Manchester finished second, nipping Northfield by one stroke. Wabash did not field a complete team.
Posted on 2015 Aug 18
Southwood girls win Caston golf invitational
The Southwood girls' golf team shows off the trophy and individual awards it received for winning the Caston Invitational. Team members are (from left) Coach Rod Cole, Dayna Dale, Danielle Sparling, Danielle Pegg, Katie Springer and Chloe Kendall. Photo by Gary Andrews
By Gary Andrews
CASTON -- The Southwood Lady Knight Linksters opened the 2015 golf season with a victory at the Caston Invitational at Pond View Golf Club for the second year in a row. 
Northfield’s girls’ golf team finished third in the invitational.
The Knights claimed three of the top six individual places en route to a team score of 383.
Dayna Dale led the way with a tournament medalist score of 79. Danielle Sparling finished tied for third with a score of 94. Danielle Pegg followed closely with a 95 to finish fifth. Katie Springer shot 115 in her first ever varsity match to complete the scoring. 
Posted on 2015 Aug 11
Lady Squires place second at own invitational
By Gary Andrews
NORTH MANCHESTER -- The Manchester and Wabash girls golf teams both played in the Manchester Invitational Thursday with Bremen and West Noble.
The Lady Squires finished second, 21 strokes behind Bremen.
Manchester’s Lydia Little and Kelsey Eichenauer placed in the top five, each shooting a 95. Also scoring for the Lady Squires was Leiah Brandenburg with a 117, Madison Hire 118, Rachel Cave 119.
Junior varsity scores were Cora Barnett 113, Madyson Ulrey 117, Megan Sites 127, Morgan Stroud 138.
Posted on 2015 Aug 11
Apache golfers open team with win
By Gary Andrews
PERU -- The Wabash girls’ golf team opened its 2015 season Tuesday with a conference win, defeating Peru 256-267 at Rock Hollow Golf Course. 
This year is the first year Peru is a member of the Three Rivers Conference.
Darian Reynolds was medalist with a 49.
Also for Wabash Abi Hobson fired a 61, Valley Reed 63, Kylie Carmichael 83.
The Apaches also competed in the Huntington Invitational, fielding only three golfers.
Reed shot a 118 to lead the trio.
Posted on 2015 Aug 11
Local Little League Challenger Division gears up for district game
By Emma Rausch
The Wabash Little League Challenger Division will be traveling to Indianapolis on Saturday, Aug. 15, for its first district game since its founding earlier this year in April.
The local team will face the Zionsville Challenger team in an hour-long match at the Central Region Little League Center headquarters.
The team’s first season went really well, according Joy Ruse, Challenger commissioner. The season would not have been possible without the help from the “buddies” - or assisting students - from Southwood High School, Northfield High School and Wabash High School.
Posted on 2015 Aug 11
Wabash 11, 12 all stars compete in tourneys
The 11-12-year-old all star team. Photo by Gary Andrews
By Gary Andrews
The Wabash 12-year-old all star team played in the state finals in Jasper last week, going 1-2 in pool play to make it to the single elimination tourney before falling to Bedford.
The lone win in pool play came over Warsaw 12-2. Clayton Tomlinson hit 2 home runs in the first inning. Braylon Yeakle hit a grand slam and Carson Rich hit 2-run home run.
Posted on 2015 Jul 28
Mighty Mites fall in state finals
The 9-10-year-old all stars, also known as the Mighty Mites. Photo by Gary Andrews
By Gary Andrews
The 9-10 year old Mighty Mites of Wabash came one run short of pulling off what could have been one of the biggest upsets in Little League baseball Wednesday when they took on four-time defending state champion New Albany in the state championship game.
Wabash led after four innings before falling 8-7 to finish as state runner up.
Posted on 2015 Jul 28

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