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Although he’s cleaning out his classroom, Rollie Clements still plans to return for the Carroll High School boys soccer team’s 2020-21 season after two of the most successful campaigns in his two decades as the Chargers’ head coach. Read more

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It’s still unclear whether high school extracurricular activities will resume in the fall. However, even if Gov. Eric Holcomb’s Back on Track Indiana plan goes according to schedule through the target reopening date of July 4, Parkview Health officials don’t expect sporting events to look th… Read more

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The format was more akin to a press conference, but six Bishop Dwenger athletes were able to fulfill their dreams of signing with college programs May 20. Four football players, one softball player and a football manager signed college letters while maintaining safe distances from media, cla… Read more

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INDIANAPOLIS — Any hope that New Haven’s boys basketball team would be able to continue its postseason run was squashed Thursday afternoon after the Indiana High School Athletic Association announced it the state tournament was officially canceled. Read more

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INDIANAPOLIS — Any hope that New Haven’s boys basketball team would be able to continue its postseason run was squashed Thursday afternoon after the Indiana High School Athletic Association announced it the state tournament was officially canceled. Read more

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HUNTINGTON — The New Haven Bulldogs (18-6) wowed the crowd at Huntington High School on Saturday, as they attacked the Homestead Spartans (16-9) from tip off to final buzzer, beating the Spartans 46-44 and avenging their regular-season loss. Read more

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FORT WAYNE — For the second time in school history Saturday, the Carroll boys became back-to-back swimming sectional champions. The Chargers defeated runner-up Homestead for the second year in a row after ending a 3-year Spartan streak in 2019. Read more

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FORT WAYNE — The Carroll boys basketball team closed out conference play with a road win over Homestead, defeating the Spartans 61-53 Friday and gaining some retribution for a late-season loss at home last year. Read more

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MARION — Carroll’s girls basketball team stunned Homestead in the first half of the Marion Regional opener on Saturday afternoon, putting the Class 4A No. 3 team on its heels. Read more