A familiar face has returned to the Walnut Creek/Club Run golf courses this summer and plans are in place to open a new door for youth golfers to be introduced to the game.

Opportunities to learn the game of golf from one of the top instructors in the area over the past four decades, and at a reasonable price at that, are mostly non-existent.

It seems as if the rookies have taken over when it comes to winning the senior version of the Grant County Amateur golf tournament.

Grant County Family YMCA summer activities

A new face with a familiar name to running sports at Marion High School has taken the lead of the Giants’ cross country programs.

The race didn’t quite follow the original plan for the Meshingomesia Track Club, but COVID-19’s world-wide presence has changed a lot of plans over the past few months.

Editor’s note: This story is the first in a two-part series detailing the Meshingomesia Track Club winning the Great American 5000, a distance running race done virtually that covered the distance from San Francisco to New York City.

Taylor women’s basketball summer youth camps

Having the opportunity to get time on the baseball field was something every player on Marion’s American Legion Post 10 Bombers baseball team had taken away by COVID-19 this spring.

Marion High School athletic director Steve Moritz used heartfelt words Wednesday evening to described what former Giants’ football Craig Chambers has meant to the school, its athletic programs and students.

Marion High School athletic director Steve Moritz used heartfelt words Wednesday evening to described what former Giants’ football Craig Chambers has meant to the school, its athletic programs and students.

CONVERSE — Finding the right person to replace retired Oak Hill girls’ basketball coach Todd Law promised to be a challenging endeavor from the start.

GAS CITY — For a little more than a decade, a race track – somewhere – has served as a second home for the Pretorius family.

IWU women’s basketball youth camps

The Crossroads League recently announced a series of major changes to its men’s and women’s league soccer schedules for the 2020 fall seasons. The changes were a necessary response to the NAIA’s COVID-19 announcement to delay the start of the fall seasons and limit the maximum number of cont…

Soon the Indiana Wesleyan men’s basketball family will all meet face-to-face for the first time since March, which is when the Wildcats’ dream of winning another NAIA national basketball championship was erased by the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Indiana Wesleyan women’s basketball team will have a new look to its bench for the 2020-21 season as coach Ethan Whaley recently announced the hiring of two new assistant coaches to his staff.

An old proverb states, “Necessity is the mother of invention,” and the COVID-19 pandemic has provided some opportunity for creative minds to come up with needed products.

Taylor University’s nationally renowned boys’ summer basketball camps will undoubtedly have a unique look to it this summer, but Trojans’ men’s basketball coach Josh Andrew hopes it will have the same energy and feel as it always does for the campers who attend.

The Taylor men’s basketball program has announced plans to replace its cancelled overnight camps with a trio of July day-camp options open to boys seven through 16 years of age.

Race fans in Grant County will soon be able to hear the sweet sounds of high horsepower engines and smell the aroma of ethanol in the air as Gas City I-69 Speedway gets its summer of racing underway.

Resourcefulness and adaptability are often two required traits for people involved in athletics, at all levels. The importance of each has only been enhanced during the COVID-19 pandemic.