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Fry Leads Lady Cavemen in First Round Sectional Win

The Lady Cavemen beat Riley in the first round of Volleyball Sectionals in three sets with scores of 25-13, 25-11 and 25-13. Megan Fry led the team with 11 kills and two aces, and Skylar Madison added nine kills. The Lady Cavemen will face Penn on Saturday in semifinal action at 12:30 at Clay. Good

Giant Video Board Coming to Backyard Brawl

Friday’s annual rivalry game deemed the “Backyard Brawl” has a new twist this season.  A giant video board will be at Steele Stadium broadcasting the game live vs Penn.  The board will also feature a hype video, interviews of former athletes, and videos of the great happenings at Mishawaka Schools.  Come out and cheer on

Boys Basketball – Heck’s Picnic

HECK’S PICNIC Saturday, October 14th 2-4pm @ Twin Branch Park ALL PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE CAVEMEN, AND THEIR FAMILIES ARE  INVITED! FREE FOOD WILL BE PROVIDED BY THE COACHING STAFF AND MAROON SWISH CLUB! MEET THE COACHING STAFF AND PLAYERS, GET A PREVIEW OF OUR SEASON, AND LEARN ABOUT OUR BOOSTER CLUB!

Lady Cavemen Dominate on Senior Night

Seniors Liz Ashburn, Skylar Madison, Abby Springman, and Quincy Strefling made their last match at the Cave a memorable one. The Lady Cavemen easily defeated the Clay Colonials last night in three sets with scores of 25-6, 25-7, and 25-10. The team was lead in kills by Courtney Pelletier with 14 followed by seniors Madison

Boys Soccer Survives and Advances to Semi’s

Mishawaka and Clay battled to a 0-0 tie in regulation at the South Bend Boys Soccer Sectional opener Monday night.  The game had 2 seven minute overtimes and the game was still scoreless. It went to a shootout where Cavemen Senior Goalie Tristan Snider made 3 big saves.  The final shot by the Colonials sailed over the

Lady Cavemen over Jimtown

The Lady Cavemen Volleyball team defeated Jimtown on Thursday with scores of 25-22, 25-19, 22-25 and 25-16. Quincy Strefling led the team with 20 kills while Skylar Madison chipped in 11. Lizzy Ashburn had 17 digs with Megan Fry close behind at 16. Emma Watford led the team with 4 aces while setter, Nikki Mitchell,