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Mishawaka Wins Sectional Game 35-7 at Hobart (Video Story)

Mishawaka was 8-1 while Hobart came into the first round of the 4A Sectional 7-2.  One good team would move on from the game at the Brickyard.  The other would see their season come to a disappointing end.  The Brickies chewed up a big portion of the first quarter clock until Grant Jablonski jumped a

Mishawaka Coach Keith Kinder Previews Hobart (Video Story)

All eyes forward for the Mishawaka Cavemen.  While everyone on the outside is still talking about winning the NIC North Championship at Penn, the Cavemen football team and Head Coach Keith Kinder are focused on the IHSAA Sectional and an opening round matchup at Hobart.  8-1 Mishawaka takes on 7-2 Hobart at The Brickyard Friday

Irions Strength and Conditioning Center Open House

  The Mishawaka High School “Irions Strength & Conditioning Center” will be open for the public to see Saturday October 27th from 10 am – 2 pm.  Parents, students and community members are encouraged to see the new facility and meet our strength and conditioning coordinators, Michael Szerszen and JD Chase.  There will be a

History About Mishawaka Vs. Hobart by Dean McCool

After beating Penn to win the NIC championship outright, the Cavemen look to begin their “second season” when they take on the Hobart Brickies this Friday evening in the first round of the state tournament. Hobart is a solid football program, entering the tournament with a record of 7-2. Their losses are to Andrean (7-41)

Mishawaka High School Athletic Hall of Fame Taking Nominations

Mishawaka High School Athletic Hall of Fame October 15, 2018, For Immediate Release,  The Mishawaka High School Athletic Hall of Fame is now accepting nominations for its 17th class of inductees. Inductees are nominated and chosen every other year, and they are honored during a special program and banquet in the spring. Nominations for this


49-42 in overtime!  2018 NIC North Champs!!  It’s a score and a title the players, coaches and Cavemen fans will remember for a long time.  Friday night at TCU Freed Field, Mishawaka put up more points than any other team in the regular season against the Kingsmen since 1974, and it still took OT to