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Sydney Kempf – Mishawaka Pride!

Mishawaka’s  Sydney Kempf is a multi-sport athlete involved in cheerleading and softball.  The senior has signed with Butler University to play softball in 2018.  What she loves about cheerleading is the pep rallies and how the group comes together as a family.   Sydney Kempf is proud to be from Mishawaka!

Young Cavemen Impressive at the NIC Wrestling Championships – Mishawaka Network Video

The NIC Wrestling Championships were held at The Cave Saturday.  Thirteen teams were represented in a day long tournament that would crown individual champions in 14 weight classes as well as the team champ, coach of the year and wrestler of the year. Mishawaka’s young Cavemen battled with their motto, “Rise Up”.  Coach Steve Sandefer’s

Unbelievable Shooting Night for Cavemen 3-Point Stars at Jimtown (MSN Video Story)

  For over 100 years basketball has been a distraction to the changing winter weather in Northern Indiana.  Before the roads could turn to ice, it was “Raining 3’s” at Jimtown High School.  In the girls and boys varsity double header, the Cavemen played tenacious defense, pounded the ball down low and let the outside

Varsity Wrestling downs Elkhart Central

Tonight the Cavemen defeated the Blazers of Elkhart Central 48-27. Individual results are as follows: 106: Andrew Sinkovics won by fall. 113: Brendon Mark won by fall. 120: Taylor Taft lost by fall 126: Aaron Fisher won by decision. 132: Gabe Weeks won by fall. 138: Drew Mason lost by decision. 145: Jacob LaPlace won

Wrestling takes 2nd place at Bellmont

Saturday, the Cavemen finished the day 4-1 at the Bellmont Main Event capturing a 2nd place finish. Round 1 the Cavemen defeated Adams Central 45-32. Round 2 the Cavemen defeated Bellmont 55-18. Round 3 the Cavemen defeated Delta 51-25. Round 4 the Cavemen defeated Bloomington South 41-26. Round 5 the #9 ranked Chesterton defeated the

Mishawaka’s New Track Becoming Reality!

“All Great Achievements Require Time”  Maya Angelou   “Tremendously excited to see the track construction underway. It seems as if we have been “homeless” for a couple years”, said Mishawaka Boys Track Coach Kyle Shaw.  MHS has gone a long time without a functioning track.   Mishawaka Schools Operations Manager Mike Faulkner is proud of how the