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Area sports Boys basketball: Western at Oak Hill, 7:30 p.m., Mississinewa at Yorktown, 7:30 p.m. Girls basketball: Heritage Christian at Marion, 7:30 p.m., Madison-Grant at Monroe Central, 7:30 p.m. Men's basketball: East-West at Taylor, 7 p.m. Women's basketball:

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Announcements

Gas City/I-69 Speedway Awards Banquet Jan. 12 To commemorate a great season of racing and honor their 2018 track champions and top performers, Gas City I-69 Speedway officials will host a night of celebration and awards on Saturday, Jan. 12 at Eventfully Yours Even

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Bradbury leads Trojans over Concordia 68-39

A strong second half helped No. 10 Taylor (12-4, 3-2 CL) to a 68-39 at Concordia (1-11). Kendall Bradbury capped off a nine-point TU run with a three-pointer early in the second quarter and Taylor took a nine-point lead to halftime. Bradbury scored 18

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Senior spotlight-Class of '19

Elizabeth McDivitt Oak Hill soccer and track Parents: Mike and Lori McDivitt Siblings: Matthew, Sarah, Hannah, Adam, Ruth, Joy Favorite teacher (all-time): Mrs. Strange Favorite school subject: Spanish Favorite food: Fettuccine Favorite TV

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Oak Hill dominates for 10th straight Grant Four wrestling title

TAKEDOWN: Mississinewa’s Courtland Smith (white) takes down Madison-Grant’s Jaren Glass in a 145-pound match during the Grant Four at Oak Hill Monday. Smith was one of two class champions for Ole Miss.

BY SCOTT HUNT - shunt@chronicle-tribune.com CONVERSE — Oak Hill has been the dominant force in the Grant Four wrestling championship for most of the 51 years the county tourney has been contested on the mats. It’s hard to imagine a Golden Eagl

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Fall Top 25

BY SCOTT HUNT - shunt@chronicle-tribune.com 1. Brennan Butche, senior, Mississinewa cross country Butche capped his career as arguably the best boys’ high school cross country runner of all time with a third place finish in the state championship in late Octo

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Radio/TV sports

Radio/TV sports BOBSLEDDING/SKELETON: IBSF World Cup, four-man bobsled, Germany, 7 p.m., NBCSN. COLLEGE BASKETBALL: HOF Holiday Showcase, West Virginia at Rhode Island, 1 p.m., CBSSN. Central Connecticut State at Providence, 2 p.m., FS1. St. Lou

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Butche works and races to top fall athlete, again

PRESSING: Brennan Butche goes through a set of leg presses during a workout in the Mississinewa weight room on Wednesday as he prepares for the upcoming track season and his college running career at IUPUI.

BY SCOTT HUNT - shunt@chronicle-tribune.com GAS CITY — Brennan Butche was mostly alone on Wednesday afternoon, except for having Assistant Cross Country Coach Aaron Robinson by his side and a few school mates finishing workouts in the Mississinewa H

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Bowling scores

Every Other Sunday Mixed Men’s high actual games: Lawrence Owen 245, Mark Tucker 225, Steve Puckett 221, Rod Mowery 215, Kevin Smith 213. Men’s high actual series: Lawrence Owen 683, Mark Tucker 643, Rod Mowery 612, Kevin Smith 598. Women’s high a

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Senior spotlight-Class of '19

Bradley Rosman Oak Hill football and wrestling Parents: Susan Rosman Siblings: Craig, Macie (sister in-law), Jacob, Yvonne (sister in-law) Favorite teacher (all-time): Mrs. Hewitt, Mrs. Edwards Favorite school subject: CAD Favorite food:

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Radio/TV sports

AUTO RACING: FIA Formula E, Ad Diriyah ePrix, Saudi Arabia, 6:30 p.m., FS1. BOBSLEDDING/SKELETON: IBSF World Cup, women’s skeleton, Germany, 7 p.m., NBCSN. COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Bucknell at Ohio State, Noon, BTN. Villanova at Kansas, Noon, E

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Senior spotlight-Class of '19

Andrea Wilk Oak Hill soccer, basketball and track Parents: Larry and Linda Wilk Siblings: Laura and Marissa Favorite school subject: Math Favorite food: Italian Favorite music: Everything Favorite movie: Anything Marvel Dream car: 

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Announcements

BY SCOTT HUNT - shunt@chronicle-tribune.com M-G softball chicken noodle dinner The Madison-Grant softball program will host a chicken and noodle dinner on Jan. 18 in the MGHS cafeteria. The dinner will be held from 4:30 to 8 p.m. starting prior to the Argylls boys

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Taylor blows out Lincoln Christian to start holidays

BY ERIC HINDERLITER - ctreporter@indy.rr.com The Taylor University men’s basketball team played a nearly perfect game Friday night on their way to a 111-67 throttling of Lincoln (Illinois) Christian. In an up and down start to the season, the victory marked t

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Frankton topples Oak Hill for CIC win

BY KEVIN HELFRICH - ctreporter@indy.rr.com CONVERSE – For over a decade, Central Indiana Conference boys’ basketball supremacy has often come down to Frankton and Oak Hill. In fact, since the Golden Eagles joined the league back in 2006-2007, the two sc

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Area sports

Boys basketball: Madison-Grant at Tri-Central, 7:30 p.m. Girls basketball: CIC Day in Hoosier Gym, Knightstown: Mississinewa vs. Madison-Grant, noon, Eastbrook vs. Alexandria, 2 p.m., Oak Hill vs. Frankton, 4 p.m. Boys and girls swimming: Oak Hill at Hami

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Indians use pressure to stymie Argylls

By CHUCK LANDIS - clandis@chronicle-tribune.com GAS CITY — Mississinewa's football success is beginning to translate on the basketball court, just not exactly the way some might surmise. Yes, the Indians boys' basketball team has several players who

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Giant boys outlast Kokomo for big NCC win

OPERATING: Marion's Jalen Blackmon looks to drive past Kokomo's Shemar Robinson in the first half of the Giants' 56-55 win over the Wildkats Friday in Memorial Gym.

BY SCOTT HUNT - shunt@chronicle-tribune.com KOKOMO — The Marion boys basketball team proved once again its not how long a team leads, its when it leads that matters most. Kokomo grabbed the lead with just under two minutes to play in the first quarter, and th

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Wildcats earn tough road win

LAKELAND, Fla. – No. 4 Indiana Wesleyan University men’s basketball collected their third top-10 win of the season on Friday with an 84-76 win at No. 8 Southeastern (Fla.) in Lakeland, Florida. The Wildcats shot 55-percent from the field and dished out

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Radio/TV sports

Radio/TV sports BIATHLON: IBU World Cup, men’s 10km sprint, Austria, Noon, NBCSN.  COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Illinois at DePaul, 7 p.m., FS1. Wisconsin (Green Bay) at Creighton, 9 p.m., FS1.  COLLEGE FOOTBALL: NCAA Division III Champio

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Area sports

Boys basketball: Marion at Kokomo, 8 p.m., Eastbrook at Alexandria, 7:30 p.m., Frankton at Oak Hill, 7:30 p.m., Madison-Grant at Mississinewa, 7:30 p.m. Girls basketball: Marion at Kokomo, 6 p.m. Men’s basketball: Indiana Wesleyan at Southeastern (Florida), 7

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'Tis the season for high school conference match ups

BY SCOTT HUNT - shunt@chronicle-tribune.com With the merriest of holidays rapidly approaching and the first days of winter less than a week away, ‘tis the time of season for high school basketball to get into the heart of conference play. A full slate of Nort

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Senior spotlight-Class of '19

Max Stefanatos  Oak Hill football, wrestling and baseball Parents: Mark and Chris Stefanatos Siblings: Sam Stefanatos Favorite teacher (all-time): Mrs. Hewitt Favorite school subject: History Favorite food: El Taco Express, wings

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Announcements

Mississinewa football tenderloin supper today The Mississinewa football program is hosting a Rock’s Concessions all-you-can-eat tenderloin supper from 4 to 7:30 p.m. today. The supper will be held in the high school cafeteria prior to the boys&

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Taylor hands Panthers third-straight loss

PANTHERS: Eastbrook’s Kylie Standfest looks to score against a pair of Taylor defenders in the Titans’ 50-34 win over the Panthers Thursday night.

By CHUCK LANDIS - clandis@chronicle-tribune.com Eastbrook knew Taylor girls’ basketball standout Taylor Boruff would be a tough matchup and the Panthers were proven right Thursday evening. While the Panthers held Boruff relatively in check, others steppe

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Giant wrestlers top Northwestern

Marion moved its dual meet record to 11-1 by defeating Northwestern 45-30 Thursday evening. David Cannon (113), Nicolas Elliot (120), Troy Smith (126), Daylen Johnson (132), Garrett Scher (152) and Kainen Malone-Johnson (170) all won by pin for the Giants. Obe

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Second chances give Indians a victory over Yorktown

INDIANS: Ally Hewitt looks to score for Mississinewa in the Indians’ 57-47 win over Yorktown Wednesday night in Gas City. Hewitt, Riley McKee and Caily Bolser scored 13 points each for Ole Miss.

By CHUCK LANDIS - clandis@chronicle-tribune.com GAS CITY — Offensive rebounding can cover up a multitude of sins, and it helped save the Mississinewa girls’ basketball team Wednesday evening. Overcoming spotty shooting from the field and free throw

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Area sports

Girls basketball: Taylor at Eastbrook, 7:30 p.m. Boys and girls swimming: Marion at Elwood, 5:30 p.m. Wrestling: Northwestern at Marion 6 p.m., Mississinewa at Southern Wells, 6 p.m.    

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USAC Sprint Week coming back to Gas City in 2019

SPRINTERS: After a year's hiatus, USAC will bring it's AMSOIL National sprint car racing series back to Gas City/I69 Speedway for opening night of Indiana Sprint Week on Thursday, July 18 as well as the James Dean Classic on Thursday, Sept. 27. Plans are in place for a full summer of racing, according to track promoter Jerry Gappens, starting April or early May.

By CHUCK LANDIS - clandis@chronicle-tribune.com Gas City/I-69 Speedway once again will have a big part in the USAC AMSOIL Nartional Sprint Car Series and return to full-time racing in 2019. Promoter Jerry Gappens Jr. said the quarter-mile dirt oval track

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Radio/TV sports

Senior spotlight-Class of '19

Khloē Price Oak Hill volleyball and swim Parents: Roger and Amy Alcock, Randy Price Siblings: Kinsey Price, Landon Price, Fallon Price Favorite teacher (all-time): Anne Fagan Favorite school subject: Math with Mrs. Clock Favorite food: Cracker Barrel Favo

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Area sports

Area sports Girls basketball: Yorktown at Mississinewa, 7 p.m.

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Colts Hogan reflects on NAIA performance

By Pete Scantlebury - NAIA Manager of Athletics Communications Krishawn Hogan had just led his Marian (Ind.) football team to the 2015 NAIA National Championship on the back of one of the greatest postseason performances in history. In a 45-14 win on the road again

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Announcements

Mississinewa football tenderloin supper Friday The Mississinewa football program is hosting a Rock’s Concessions all-you-can-eat tenderloin supper from 4 to 7:30 p.m. on Friday The supper will be held in the high school cafeteria prio

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Drake reaches career milestone for Grace

BY SCOTT HUNT - shunt@chronicle-tribune.com Former Marion girls basketball standout Vironnica Drake recently crested a milestone that marks just the type of college career she is having. Drake, a 5-7 junior guard at Grace College, topped the 1,000-point plateau for

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Eagles defense stifles Apaches

PRESSURE: Oak Hill’s Adrianna Trexler (33) and Abby Shaw harass Wabash’s Tabatha Wagner during the first half of the Class 2A No. 2 Golden Eagles 62-20 win over the Apaches Tuesday.

By CHUCK LANDIS - clandis@chronicle-tribune.com CONVERSE — Each time the Oak Hill girls’ basketball team sets high standards for defensive proficiency, the Golden Eagles go out and raise the bar even higher. After holding Mississinewa without

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