Apaches fall to No.2 Lapel
By Gary Andrews
Wabash pitcher Jordan Burnsworth threw a gem Friday against 2A, No.2 Lapel, holding the Bulldogs to just four hits, but the Apaches ran into one of the states best pitchers in Brady Cherry. 
Cherry, headed to Ohio State next year to play baseball held the Apaches to just two hits as Lapel defeated Wabash 1-0.
Luke Proctor singled in the fourth for the Apaches with Kyle Kelsheimer adding a single in the third.
The lone run of the game came in the 5th when Lapel put together two walks and a single to score the only run of the game.
Posted on 2015 May 12
Lady Norse upset No.1 North Miami
Northfield coach Mike Holley waves Kianna Kendall home with the winning run over 1A, #1 North Miami. Photo by Gary Andrews
By Gary Andrews
The Northfield softball team collected most likely their largest win in school history Wednesday, defeating 1A, No.1 North Miami 2-1 in nine innings. Not only did the Norse pull off the upset, but the way the game unfolded made it a classic.
The game was the pitchers dual that was going on between Paige Holley and Josie Wood, plus the defense on the field. Just one hit was collected the first eight innings between the two teams which was a fourth inning single from Northfield freshman Kianna Kendall.
Posted on 2015 May 12
Heath to run at Taylor
Haley Heath signed a letter of intent to run cross country at Taylor University. She is joined by her parents, Lori Heath and Steve Heath. Also joining here were (back row, from left) Southwood Cross Country head coach Troy Andrews, Taylor coach Quinn White, and Southwood cross country and track coach Heather Hyden. Photo by Gary Andrews
By Gary Andrews
Southwood senior Haley Heath signed her letter of intent Thursday to further her running career at Taylor University next year. Heath will run cross country and track for the Trojans.
While at Southwood Heath has earned 12 varsity letters including 4 in cross country and 4 in track. In her career Heath is a 4 time first team TRC all conference runner in cross country along with being conference champion in the 3200 and the 3200 relay in track.
Heath said she chose Taylor because, ”That is where my mother went to college and they have a great education program. I love the coach and there is great team atmosphere.”
Posted on 2015 Apr 28
Manchesterís McKee to play at Huntington U
Morgan McKee (front row, center) signs a letter of intent to play soccer at Huntington University. She is joined by her parents. Dave McKee and Linda McKee. Also joining her were her sister (back row, from left) Erin McKee0, Manchester soccer coach Jacqui Erny, Huntinton University assistant soccer coach Katie Martin and Manchester athletic director  Jeremy Markham. Photo by Gary Andrews
By Gary Andrews
NORTH MANCHESTER  -- Manchester senior Morgan McKee signed her letter of intent to play soccer at Huntington University next year.
McKee said she chose Huntington because ”it is close to home and a beautiful campus. It’s a smaller college which is good for me and I loved all the girls on my recruiting visit”.
Posted on 2015 Apr 28
Cromer to play basketball at Hanover
Claire Cromer signed a letter of intent to play basketball at Hanover College. She was joined at the signing by her parents, Katie Cromer and Roger Cromer. Also joining at the ceremony were Wabash athletic director Greg Martz, Wabash basketball coach Matt Stone, coach Matt Daughtry and Wabash principal Josh Blossom. Photo by Gary Andrews 
By Gary Andrews
Wabash senior Claire Cromer signed a letter of intent Thursday to play basketball at Hanover College next year.
Cromer, selected to numerous all state teams this year led the Lady Apaches to their first ever regional championship this past season.
Posted on 2015 Apr 28
Halderman fares well in Kentucky

By Gary Andrews

Northfield Track Athlete Jenna Halderman competed in the Eastern Relays Distance 3200 on Friday Night in Louisville Kentucky. 

Halderman ran the 3200 race in 10:57 to earn a spot on the medal stand.  This is a top 10 time in the state.

Posted on 2015 Apr 28
Manchester softball team splits doubleheader
By Gary Andrews
The Manchester softball team traveled to Fremont Saturday to take on the Eagles in a doubleheader, falling in game one 5-4 before coming back to take game two 5-3.
In game one Fremont built a 4-0 after the second inning before the Squires made some noise.
Weimann would lead off with a walk and was moved to second on a Sorg walk. A passed ball put runners on second and third before Brooklyn Howard reached on a one error to score Weimann and make it 4-1. Cierra Carter then grounded out to score Sorg right before sister Celina singled home Howard to make it 4-3.
Posted on 2015 Apr 21
Norse girls break record
The Northfield girls track 4x800 relay team set a new school record Friday night. Team members are (from left) Karla Singer, Jenna Halderman, Brittany Sloan and Arie Kennedy. Photo by Gary Andrews
By Gary Andrews
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Northfield Girls 4×800 Relay Team competed in the Distance Showcase Meet in Indianapolis on Friday Night.   
The team broke the school record and ran 10 minutes 5 seconds. 
Members included Brittany Sloan, Karla Singer, Arie Kennedy, and Jenna Halderman.  The fifth place finish put the girls on the medal stand. The girls were the smallest team in the field.
Jenna Halderman also competed in the Miracle Mile Race.  
After running the anchor leg of the 4×800, she ran the 1600 race in 5:18. 
Posted on 2015 Apr 21

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