Grace Grateful For Outing Output

Grace College volleyball head coach Andria Harshman follows through on her approach to the ninth green during the Grace College Golf Outing at Stonehenge Monday morning. (Photo by Mike Deak)

WINONA LAKE – Standing along the ninth fairway, Grace College athletic director Chad Briscoe was his usual jovial self. Overseeing the 2014 Grace College Golf Outing, Briscoe and the department staff were nothing but smiles as Grace Nation were on parade on the Stonehenge links. The outing, serving … Read More

Hire Park Looking For Strong Finish

Hire Park will be rocking and rolling in August and September, giving riders a few more chances to hit the track before the fall. (Photo provided by Jamie Stalter or Lasting Memories by Jamie)

WARSAW – Fall and back to school may be approaching, but Hire Park BMX isn’t done racing. The track, located on Arthur Street across from Beyer Park at Pike Lake in Warsaw, began hosting riders for the 2014 season in early May, but will continue to run events … Read More

It’s OK To Be Goofy [VIDEO]

Dina Coverstone sends her tennis shot down the fairway towards the first green.

SYRACUSE – Wawasee Golf Club PGA professional Matt Maloni is a pretty mellow fellow. He just sat back and laughed as his golf clientele hit tennis balls off the first tee, used a baseball bat to crack balls on the third tee, and didn’t bat an eye at … Read More

Dream Ends For Warsaw Squad

Warsaw Senior Little League slugger Josh Fitzgerald was an offensive catalyst for the team in the Indiana State semi-finals against Portage. (Photos provided by Jeff Fitzgerald)

WABASH – The Warsaw Senior Little League team not only lost its steam, but lost its way at the Indiana State little league baseball tournament. After showing mettle in winning its first two games of the week-long tournament, Warsaw ran out of gas after a 6-5 loss to … Read More

Wawasee Fall Practice Dates

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SYRACUSE – Wawasee High School has announced its formal start times for fall sports practices. Girls golf will begin Friday, Aug. 1. Monday, Aug. 4, will begin for volleyball (7 a.m.), football (8 a.m.), boys soccer (4 p.m.), girls soccer (5:30 p.m.), and boys tennis (6 p.m.). Thursday, … Read More

Warsaw Drops Heartbreaker To Wabash


WABASH – The good fortunes temporarily came to a halt for the Warsaw Senior Little League baseball team Thursday night. Playing the final game of the pool play series at the Indiana State little league tournament, Warsaw lost to Wabash, 6-5, in eight innings. The back-and-forth contest had … Read More

The Doglegs Of Summer: Stonehenge Golf And Country Club [VIDEO]

Stonehenge's iconic clubhouse.

This feature is the tenth and final installment of a series of reviews for golf courses in the Kosciusko County area WINONA LAKE – We didn’t forget about them, they just needed some time to get organized. A change in management and several key positions within the clubhouse … Read More

Diamond Nine Rally For Big Win

Collin Marshall reacts after connecting for a three-run double in the eighth inning.

WABASH – After rolling past Franklin in its first game at the Indiana State little league tournament, things got a lot more interesting for Warsaw Wednesday night. In the second of three pool play games, Warsaw’s Senior Little League team needed an extra-inning rally to defeat Bedford, 4-1, … Read More

Yet Another Dangerous Task In Sight [VIDEO]

John Burkett, Mark Nolan and Tommy Danger stand at the peak of Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania after reaching the summit of the first of seven mountains.

SEATTLE – Tommy Danger is at it again, and still with good intentions. Continuing to fight for a cure for cystic fibrosis, Tommy Locklin, aka Tommy Danger, is headed to his second mountain as part of the More Than Just Mountains campaign. The initiative, which takes Danger’s group … Read More

Warsaw Clobbers Franklin At State Tourney


WABASH – Warsaw’s first step into the Indiana State little league tournament was a dominant one. The Warsaw Senior Little League team made no bones its in Wabash to win a title after clobbering the Franklin All-Stars, 14-0, in six innings in the first game of pool play … Read More

Sailing Into Another Generation [VIDEO]

Generations of sailors pass one another as an E-Scow owned by Kenny Bolles passes Junior Sailor Kristen Knox on the Open Bic.

SYRACUSE – Another turn of the calendar offers yet another chance for a generation to experience what their parents and grandparents have enjoyed for decades. The sailors at the Wawasee Yacht Club have long since upheld a tradition of family among its mission to grow the sport. One … Read More

Ken Jennings Golf Benefit Saturday


A record number of golfers are expected Saturday for the Ninth Annual Ken Jennings Putt for PSP golf benefit at South Shore Golf Club in Syracuse. The outing is designed to raise money for research into the causes and a possible cure for Progressive Supranuclear Palsy and since … Read More

On To State For Boys Of Summer

Warsaw's Bryce Sensibaugh takes a cut in the cage in preparation for the State Tournament.

WARSAW – Summer is a state of mind for several Warsaw area baseball players. The Warsaw Senior Little League baseball squad made it through a grueling District and Regional gauntlet and are now slated to participate in the Indiana State tournament beginning Tuesday in Wabash. The roster, made … Read More

Kerlin Takes A Swing For Riley

Warsaw Community High School senior Camille Kerlin, kneeling in front, is surrounded by her support team at the first running of the Racquets For Riley tennis event Saturday at WCHS. (Photo by Mike Deak)

WARSAW – Camille Kerlin is not an imposing figure, not in the least. The petite Warsaw Community High School senior, however, made a huge statement with her efforts for a massive campaign. Kerlin dreamed and stood up for kids like her all over the country in the first … Read More