Battleship Results & Overall Points Won in the Event
What Randolph County high school golfer placed 19th at the state meet in 1998 with a 36-hole total of 164? a) Amanda Puckett, b) Sarah Haviza, c) Vickie Van Pelt, d) Sarah (Rasso) Black
Shane Osting enjoyed his time as the athletic director at New Castle High School, but the lure of returning to the Tri-Eastern Conference and helping Centerville’s program grow was too much to…
Ridgeville advanced to the state finals in 1921 but didn’t have its greatest performance in the first round at the Old Coliseum in Indianapolis. The Cossacks were soundly defeated by which opp…
Jack Moore, the son of former Farmland Elementary Principal Jerry Moore, led Muncie Central to a state championship in 1978. Jack would later attend and become a basketball standout at what co…
Several key issues — including questions about the players' health and safety, and their salaries — have yet to be resolved.
The Idaho Press is counting down the top 20 questions facing the Boise State football team during the 2020 season. Today is question No. 19: Which players could be ready for breakout seasons?
Jonathan Jones, a three-star defensive end from McKinney, Texas, committed to the Tigers on Saturday. He chose MU over Texas, Baylor and Nebraska, among others.
'We will navigate the unprecedented times of this global pandemic,' Heeke vows after the Pac-12 moves to a conference-only fall schedule amid ongoing coronavirus concerns.
The game was part of a creative home-and-home agreement that has the Badgers and Irish scheduled to play in 2021 at Soldier Field in Chicago.
Big Sky officials were prepared to react to the decisions of higher-level conferences like the Mountain West and Pac-12 as the coronavirus pandemic ensued. Many contingencies were ready.
The Pac-12 followed the Big Ten’s lead by announcing a shift to an all-league schedule for at least four fall sports: football, women’s volleyball and men’s and women’s soccer.
The Idaho Press is counting down the top 20 questions facing the Boise State football team during the 2020 season. Today is question No. 20: Is Austin Bolt going to make an immediate impact?
Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren isn't certain sports will return in the fall, but he said announcing the decision regarding a conference-only schedule was the right thing to do.
The Ivy League won’t have any sports this fall, and the return of athletics in the conference won’t be entertained until January at the earliest.
Big Ten Conference teams will only play against each other this fall, if they play at all. Men’s and women’s cross country, field hockey, football, men’s and women’s soccer, and volleyball schedules will be affected by the decision.
Dr. Chris Kratochvil, the chair of the Big Ten's task force on infectious disease, is committed to helping programs navigate COVID-19 concerns as training camp and games draw near.