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Eight Seniors Reflect on Mishawaka Basketball (MSN Video Story)

Mishawaka is 13-8 heading into their final home game before Sectional.  The team has a chance to win 14 games for the first time since the 2005-2006 seasons.   With a victory Friday night at The Cave, Mishawaka would tie for first with St. Joe in the NIC North.  Eight senior players and one manager will

Champions Together to Take the Plunge

The Champions Together Team at MHS will be participating in the 2018 Michigan Polar Plunge at Four Winds Field on February 24. The Polar Plunge is Special Olympics Indiana’s biggest fundraiser. Each student needs to raise at least $75 in order to take the plunge. Help the students to reach their goal and donate to

Mishawaka’s Isaiah Evans Signs with Indiana Wesleyan (MSN Video Story)

Mishawaka Senior running back Isaiah Evans has signed to play football with Indiana Wesleyan.  An outstanding student, Evans will study Accounting.  He said he has loved Mishawaka Football since he was playing in the MFL and coming up through middle school at John Young. His advice to younger players is study hard, work hard in

Mishawaka’s Coach Hecklinski on a Mission to Save Lives (MSN Video Story)

When Ron Hecklinski came to Mishawaka, fans had already heard about his hall of fame credentials.  18 years at Anderson, Indiana All Star Coach.  Friends with John Wooden, Coached LeBron James in the McDonald’s All American game.  What they soon found out was there was a man on a mission who has been thankful every

2018 Polar Plunge

Members of our Champions Together Team will brave the cold on February 24 by participating in the 2018 Michiana Polar Plunge at Four Winds Field in South Bend to help raise money for Special Olympics Indiana. The Polar Plunge is Special Olympics Indiana’s biggest fundraiser. Their goal is to raise a minimum of $1000. If

Welcome to Mishawaka

“Welcome to Mishawaka”.  It may seem simple.  It could be something fans overlook.  But it’s a new sign that looks and feels right in the oldest active gym in Indiana.  “When you have a place like “The Cave”, anything you do, you want to make sure it is done carefully with a lot of thought