If the Peru girls’ soccer team had any leftover demons from last year’s winless season after a 4-2 victory against Taylor two weeks ago, Sidney Fuller exorcised them Tuesday agains
Kokomo generated prolonged scoring runs in the first two sets and came from behind in the third set to sweep Peru 16-25, 13-25, 20-25 Monday.
Kristi Eddy knows “alternative” can be viewed as a negative, but she prefers another definition: “purporting to be a superior choice to what is in general use.”
Miami County girls’ golf teams saw mixed results in conference tournaments Saturday.
The Dukes Memorial Hospital orthopedic surgeon accused of taking “substantial steps” in a plot to murder his ex-wife now faces more charges.
Maconaquah girls’ cross country head coach Charlie Hubler said last week that a top-four finish would be great for his team, but he wasn’t unhappy with a fifth-place finish Saturda
For the second week in a row, the Peru Tigers defense held its opponent scoreless for the majority of the game, and the offense scored enough to pick up the win.
More than 50 walkers took Saturday to the streets of Peru to remind residents to look out for the less fortunate.
Dreary weather couldn’t dampen the spirits of attendees at day one of Garden Gate Greenhouse’s fourth annual two-day open house Friday.
The Peru Tigers (2-1, 1-0 Mid-Indiana Conference) are making sure to avoid a “trap game” 7 p.m. tonight at Taylor (0-3. 0-1 MIC).
The Maconaquah Braves (1-2, 0-1 Mid-Indiana Conference) have a chance to even their record 7 p.m. tonight in Greentown against Eastern (1-2 0-1 MIC).
An option-based offense is be a team’s best friend when it’s winning late in a game, a lesson North Miami learned the hard way in last week’s home loss against Northfield.
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