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Squires continues busy start to season

Basketball: Manchester’s Mackenzie Day corrals a rebound during the Squires’ game against Maconaquah on Friday.

BY JACOB RUDE - sports@wabashplaindealer.com Match-ups with local rivals from Grant and Huntington County highlight the busiest week yet on the girls’ basketball calendar.  Manchester (1-3) - at Adams Central, Nov. 19, 7:30 p.m.; at Mississinewa, Nov. 22

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Area calendar Girls basketball - Northfield at Eastbrook, 7:30 p.m.; Wabash at Warsaw, 7:30 p.m. Kentucky bill aims to curb violence toward sports officials FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Three Republican lawmakers in Kentucky say they plan to introduce a bill that wo

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Fresh faces, same rivalry

BASKETBALL: Northfield’s Emma Hoover drives baseline around an opponent during Friday’s game against Oak Hill.

BY JACOB RUDE - sports@wabashplaindealer.com The bodies in the jerseys may have been different on Friday night but the match-up was as intense as it’s always been between Northfield and Oak Hill’s girls’ basketball teams. After deep state tourname

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Kyle dominates as Apache offense struggles

Basketball: Wabash’s Nici Gunderman brings the ball upcourt during the second half of Saturday’s game against Marion.

BY JACOB RUDE - sports@wabashplaindealer.com Any team tasked with facing a 6’5” post player committed to a Division I program will be in for a rough night. Facing two in as many contests is as daunting a challenge as there comes. As was the case for Wab

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Squire comeback falls short to Braves

BY TRENT SCOTT - tscott@perutribune.com The TRC girls’ basketball race opened on Saturday night as Manchester hosted Maconaquah for a chance to claim the first lead in the conference standings during the 2019-20 season. An 18-point deficit stared the Squires

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Knights routed by Vikings Southwood’s girls’ basketball team traveled to Huntington on Saturday and was easily dispatched by the Vikings, 52-14. Erin Lehner had five points, Ella Haupert four, MaKenna Pace three and Ashley Smith two. Browns QB Mayfield

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Knights frustrated offensively in loss to Panthers

PASS: Southwood’s Sydney Helfin (21) throws a pass across the court during Thursday’s game against Pioneer.

BY JACOB RUDE - sports@wabashplaindealer.com The Southwood girls’ basketball team started and finished Thursday’s home duel with Pioneer strong, playing the Panthers nearly even in the first and fourth quarters. In-between those periods, though, offensi

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Apaches struggle with turnovers in road loss

POST: Wabash’s Mariah Wyatt (42) holds off a Mississinewa defender in the post during Thursday’s contest against the Indians.

BY Scott Hunt - shunt@chronicle-tribune.com GAS CITY – A wise basketball coach once said that defense should never have an off night. If that holds true all season, the Mississinewa girls basketball team is going to cause a lot of long nights for its opponent

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Fall sports Academic All-Conference teams announced

Southwood's Braden Sweet competes in the sectional cross country race at Indiana Wesleyan University this fall.

- Staff reports Wabash County saw a host of representatives on the 2019 Three Rivers Conference fall sports Academic All-Conference team. To qualify for the team, an athlete must be a junior or senior on a varsity team, have a 3.4 GPA on a 4-point scale and be in t

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Norse grab first win of season Northfield’s girls’ basketball team picked up a 

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Squires earn first win of season Manchester's girls' basketball team earned its first win of the season on the road on Tuesday, downing Cass 56-26. Mackenzie Day had 12 points and five rebounds and Beletu Stout had 11 in the victory. 

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Five county athletes earn All-TRC honors

Northfield's Abby Hunter sets the ball to waiting teammates during the Norse's game against Maconaquah earlier this season.

- Staff reports A pair of Norse and Apaches each earned Three Rivers Conference (TRC) All-Conference honors on the volleyball court this fall. Addi Baker and Abby Hunter of Northfield and Mariah Wyatt and Alivia Short of Wabash earned a spot on the All-TRC team as

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