"We wrestled better in that final round than I thought we would. We doubled 'em up, winning nine matches and most of those we stuck 'em," stated a proud Adams Central wrestling coach Doug Schultz, commenting on the Jets' historic championship in the Indiana High School Wrestling Coaches Association first team tournament this past Saturday.
By DYLAN MALONE
Merry Christmas to all. The time spent with family and friends is always my favorite part and I did a lot with both. There's just something about someone opening the present you got for them and seeing their eyes light up that makes me feel like there's still some good news to tell in the world. Like for at least that moment all the garbage you see on the television about school shootings and unrest in the other parts of the world just goes away.
By DYLAN MALONE
I had the opportunity to partake in the ACAC tournament luncheon yesterday at the Back 40 Junction and it reminded me how much I love good food. It’s like Thanksgiving dinner in a buffet line there every time I go.
That’s not all I was reminded of, thank goodness.
No, among all of the conversations between principals, athletic directors, coaches, and media members, the one that stuck out most in my mind was the one about conference realignment.
I've heard a lot of theories about Bellmont's incredible charge to the 2008 3A state football championship. A few were: the stars were aligned, everything fell into place; only a few players had hangnails (no injuries); they were just plain lucky to get by Concordia in sectional; and some great teams got knocked off prior to the finals.
By BOB SHRALUKA
There was a time when the thinking here said that disaster planning was something of a bureaucratic thing, something to occupy the time of all the government wonks and pencil pushers.
You know, the folks in those jobs that pay well but demand little. Draw up lots of maps, put together some impressive Power Points, and attend lots and lots of meetings. Shazam! We have a plan!
By J SWYGART
The annual, two-week shotgun portion of Indiana’s deer hunting season came to a close on December 2. While this year’s official total harvest will not be calculated until next year, following the completion of muzzleloader and special antlerless seasons in January, a spokesman for the Indiana Department of Natural Resources on Tuesday did reveal some interesting facts about this year’s hunting season.
By MARK TURNER
With so many remakes and sequels being made these days it's nice to have some being made that are actually well done. More often than not these types of films are rushed into production and rarely come close to being as original or fun as the first films. Such is not the case with MEN IN BLACK 3.