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Pro football playoff recap

January 13, 2015

Saturday
Seattle 31 (13-4) vs
Carolina 17 (8-9-1)

 

Braves have 3-1 showing at improvised Main Event

January 12, 2015

    In the quickly revamped Main Event, Bellmont won three of four matches Saturday, handling 17th-ranked Bloomington South 43-21, then taking out a feisty Plymouth squad 40-21, and winning over Chesterton 37-15.
    No. 3 rated Perry Meridian, state runner-up to Mater Dei last Saturday in the 3A coaches tourney, slammed the Braves 60-17 in a battle of runners-up.

Bellmont Main Event webcast (cancelled)

January 9, 2015

EDITOR'S NOTE: Apologies to fans hoping to see the Braves' wrestling at home for the Main Event this morning. The webcast will not be featured today. The next webcast will be at Norwell High School for the NHC boys basketball contest next Friday night. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Columbia City @ Bellmont, boys basketball webcast

January 9, 2015

After a week layoff, the Braves' basketball team gets back on the court to host the Columbia City Eagles. The game will begin at approximately 7:45 p.m. after the junior varsity contest. To watch, click one of the links below, then log in with a username and password or link through Facebook. Cheer on the Braves as they seek an NHC victory.

If the above link does now work, use this one:

Pro football playoff previews and predictions

January 6, 2015

Next Week’s Matchups:
 
Dallas @ Green Bay
 
What to watch for:

Pro football playoff round-up

January 6, 2015

Saturday 1/3/15

Carolina (8-8-1) 27 vs
Arizona (11-6) 16

Bluffton @ Bellmont, girls basketball webcast

January 2, 2015

Tonight the Squaws host the Bluffton Lady Tigers on the hardwood for the first match-up of 2015. Join us online as the DDD brings you all the action from the Teepee with the varsity tip-off slated for approximately 7:45 p.m.

If the above link does not work, use this one:
https://new.livestream.com/accounts/2267246/events/3699817

Braves sixth among wrestling juggernauts at Al Smith

January 2, 2015

    MISHAWAKA — The Penn Kingsmen separated themselves from the Al Smith Wrestling Classic Field Wednesday afternoon, taking four championships and adding a pair of runners-up to pile up 242 points to the 213 of second place Merrillville as Brad Harper's boys racked up a third straight championship and a fourth title in the last five years in one of Indiana's biggest mat tourneys.

Tonight the Braves host the #1 team in Indiana state basketball, Homestead. The coverage will...
    Carl Risch, the 20-year veteran head girls track and field coach at Bellmont...
ALBERSON SIGNS— After a stellar senior season recovering from an injury her junior campaign...