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Knights use the summer to revamp

REVAMP: Southwood’s Chad West instructs his team in a huddle during a timeout last season in the Wabash County Tournament.

BY JACOB RUDE - sports@wabashplaindealer.com The Southwood girls’ basketball has struggled through multiple long seasons with losses racking up a dismal pace. But head coach Chad West and the Knights may finally see their breakthrough coming. Over the summer,

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TRC football scraps divisions format

Football: Northfield and Southwood’s football teams meet at midfield for a coin toss prior to the 2017 TRC title game.

BY JACOB RUDE - sports@wabashplaindealer.com Fans will notice a drastic difference in Three Rivers Conference (TRC) games on the gridiron this fall. After multiple seasons of having two divisions, a divisional crossover week to end the regular season and a title ga

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Daughtry eyes big future after strong summer

Wabash's Trenton Daughtry glides to the rim for a layup during the Apaches' game against Peru last season.

BY JACOB RUDE - sports@wabashplaindealer.com After two years of growing and developing alongside his young teammates, Wabash’s Trenton Daughtry took a huge step forward on the hardwood last season, guiding the Apaches to a host of titles in a historic season,

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Wabash battles youth, injuries over summer

Wabash's Alivia Short brings the ball upcourt during a summer league game at North Miami this off-season.

BY JACOB RUDE - sports@wabashplaindealer.com The Apache girls’ basketball team expected a summer of changes as any team does heading into the off-season. But injuries derailed the summer even further, leaving head coach Matt Stone with a host of younger playe

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Quick Hits

Honeywell Ladies League results The ladies at Honeywell had a rain-shortened scramble on Tuesday. The winning team was Loretta Cornwell, Pam Reynolds and Shirley Walter. Coming in second was the team of Lana Garber, Kay Peas and Mary Ash. Next Tuesday will b

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