Warriors Opportunistic In Win [VIDEO]

Wawasee's Alli Ousley, center, is mobbed by her teammates after hitting a home run in the seventh inning of Wawasee's 8-2 at Triton Saturday morning. (Photos by Mike Deak)

BOURBON – Eventually, mistakes will catch up to a softball team. Four Triton errors in the field and several pitches over the middle of the plate gave Wawasee more than enough opportunities to put the ball in motion during an 8-2 win at Keyser Field Saturday morning. Triton … Read More

Triton High School Students Visit D.C.

Students who atteneded the trip included Ashley Borg, Dustyn Brown, Allyson Brown, Bryce Carswell, Tiffany Gann, Skyler Doll, Victoria Grubbs, Seth Flenar, Mikayla Harker, Darren Harrell, Kourtney Harris, Dean Howdeshell, Taylor Hatfield, Aurora Hite-Stotler, Dillon Meadway, Mallorie Jennings, Allie Kann, Emilee Koontz, Jayden Mosier, Junkai Park, Jenae Kreft, Tarann Metheny, Merlin Schaefer, Virgil Slabaugh, Jennifer Overmyer, Nichaela Rock, Holly Stogsdill, Jared Stouder, Bryce Wannemacher, Brandi Taylor, Bailey Walters, Ciera Whybrew, Isabelle Yazel and Courtney Zentz. (Photo provided)

Members of the Triton High School Class of 2014 spent the weekend of April 4-6 on their senior trip to Washington, D.C. Their sponsor and assistant principal, Mr. Bob Ross, took a picture of them near the Hoover Memorial. The trip is organized and co-sponsored each year by government … Read More

The Sun Sets On Day One [VIDEO]

Holly Stogsdill returns a shot against Peru in the one doubles match.

BOURBON – As the clock ticked Wednesday afternoon, it was a wonder if Triton would actually start its girls tennis season. The anticipated home opener with Peru was still on, but after an hour had passed, still no Peru sighting on campus. As the Tigers finally pulled into … Read More

Wildcats Shut Down Trojans

South Bend Riley's Hunter Knapp slides under Triton catcher Grant Stichter to score a run during Riley's 13-0 win at Triton Wednesday afternoon. (Photos by Mike Deak)

BOURBON – South Bend Riley’s baseball team looked like it had been playing all spring while Triton looked every bit the rookie in Wednesday’s matchup. Trevor Creager and Josh Thomas combined on a perfect game, baffling Triton in a 13-0 final in five innings. Triton put just four … Read More

Rain Causes Cancellations To Pour In

singing in the rain

The weather forecasters got it right. The rains have come today and in Kosciusko its raining buckets this morning. Thus, athletic departments have been forced to make alterations to several pre-spring break plans. The first set of games washed out from the rain are a pair of track … Read More

Triton Music Department Named Top Award Winner

The Trojan Singers. (Photo provided)

The NAMM Foundation awards school music education programs with the announcement of 2014′s Best Communities for Music Education. This year, the NAMM Foundation designated 376 districts throughout the United States as “Best Communities for Music Education” and 96 individual schools as “Support Music Merit Award winners. These districts and … Read More

Triton Physical Night April 9

Triton Schools

BOURBON – The Triton Athletic Department will be holding its annual physical night on April 9th from 6-8 p.m. in the high school gym. Physicals will cost $10 per person and anyone currently in grades 4-11 are welcome to attend. The physical will be good for the 2014-2015 … Read More

Triton Students Compete In Regional Science Fair

Trenton Barnhart, fifth grade, won a first place ribbon and Purdue Agriculture Research Award and Serim Research Award for his topic on Trash Gas and Biomass Energy. (Photo provided)

The following students from Triton Elementary School  represented their Science research at the regional level Science Fair competitions held at Notre Dame on March 22. Jared Bules, sixth grade, won a second place ribbon for his project on “Eggmosis”. Gavin Greer, sixth grade, won a third place ribbon for his project on popcorn … Read More

One Team, One Goal

Ethan Nicodemus returns as the Wildcats top pitcher (2.37 ERA) and batter (.435 batting average) in 2014. (Photo provided)

SOUTH WHITLEY – The Whitko Wildcat baseball team is tired of waiting. Sure, Mother Nature has deprived all local teams and athletes from getting on to the field this spring, so Whitko is not the only team that has had to wait it out. But just getting on … Read More

KYLA Tours Local Legal System

KYLA students recently toured offices of the local legal system. In front, from left, are Kylie Mason (Triton) and Lillie Berger (Triton). In back are KYLA Advisor Tony Ciriello, Kosciusko Country Sheriff's Department Captain Aaron Rovenstine, Grant Strichter (Triton), Caleb Klusman (WCHS), Brandon Eckert (WCHS) and Warsaw Police Department Chief Scott Whitaker. (Photo provided)

Kosciusko Youth Leadership Academy held the March 5 meeting at the Kosciusko County Courthouse. Circuit Court Judge Mike Reed, prosecutor Dan Hampton, Warsaw Police Chief Scott Whitaker and Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department Captain Aaron Rovenstine presented various aspects of the legal system in Warsaw and Kosciusko County. Judge … Read More

Area Quartet Honored By IBCA


INDIANAPOLIS  – Fifteen seniors and fifteen underclass boys basketball players have earned IBCA/Subway First Team All-State honors for 2013-14. Also, 120 additional players were selected as Honorable Mention IBCA/Subway Senior All-State and 120 additional juniors, sophomores and freshmen were recognized as Honorable Mention IBCA/Subway Underclass All-State in a … Read More

You’ve Been A Mother, Ms. Nature

He lied.

WARSAW – If a good portion of you have felt betrayed this year, your feelings are historically justified. The weather has blown, spit, blanketed, stuck around too long. All of the above. I could go on all day, but you get it. The onslaught of winter on northern … Read More

Triton Primed For Another Run

Triton senior pitcher Mallorie Jennings is ready to start up what could be a big season for Trojan softball. (Photo by Mike Deak)

BOURBON – It doesn’t take long for Triton softball head coach Steve McBride or senior ace Mallorie Jennings to overview last year. It’s in the past, let’s get the job done this year. “We bring back just about everyone, and all of those kids remember how that regional … Read More

Triton Hosts Annual Books And Baskets

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The annual “Books and Baskets” evening took place at Triton Elementary School from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. March 19. The Triton High School boys’ and girls’ basketball teams were at Triton Elementary School to read with the elementary students and then shoot “hoops” with them in the … Read More

Triton Elementary Students Visit Medieval Times

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As part of their study of the Middle Ages, the Triton Elementary sixth graders visited Medieval Times in Illinois this week. The school corporation thanks those who chaperoned and the bus drivers who were willing to take buses through the Chicago area traffic         … Read More

Triton Students Rewarded For Reading

First row: Breanna Riffey, Joanna Mccoy and Sydney Alford. Second row: Emma Young, Emily Overmyer, Michel Scherer-Berry, Kaylene Slabaugh, Britnney Goley and Fiona Young. Third row: Jade Keininger, Thomas Arndt, Cheyanna Greene, Trey Watkins and Kristopher Weber. (Photo provided)

Each grading period at Triton High School, students who read extra books beyond classroom assignments and pass comprehension tests on those books have their names entered in a drawing for prizes like E-Readers, T-shirts and gift cards. The prizes are sponsored by Teachers’ Credit Union in Plymouth. Pictured … Read More