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Mishawaka’s Cave Getting a Makeover

The oldest active high school gym in the state of tradition rich Indiana is getting a makeover.  Built in 1924, “The Cave” is a showcase for Mishawaka basketball, volleyball and wrestling.    There will be new signage in place before Mishawaka hosts the 4A IHSAA Boys Basketball Sectional February 27th.  Fans from Adams, Clay, Penn,

Basketball Postponements at Mishawaka High School

Winter weather and travel conditions have forced postponements all over the area.  For the safety of the teams, cheerleaders, staff and fans, basketball games this weekend have been postponed.  Friday’s game at South Bend Adams will now be moved to Monday February 19th.  Saturday’s home game vs Wawaseee will now be played at The Cave

Tristen Snider Video Signing With Ancilla Soccer

Mishawaka Senior Goalie Tristen Snider signed his letter of intent to get his education and play soccer at Ancilla College.  Mishawaka Boys Soccer Coach Josh Aaron said Snider is a leader who not only shows up for everything, but he puts in the extra effort with everything the team needs.  Ancilla Coach Victor Newberg said

Lindsey Grewe Mishawaka Pride

Lindsey Grewe is a senior cheerleader at Mishawaka.  She says it’s special because most of the team is her friends and a lot of them are seniors.  She said they are like family and love to be part of the student body and represent her school.  Lindsey Grewe is proud to cheer at Mishawaka!

Mishawaka Dance Wins Again! MSN Video Exclusive

The Mishawaka Dance Team has had a perfect season.  The ladies won the Munster Invitational, then took first place in the AA Poms Division at Ft. Wayne Northrop, and last weekend, they were champions at Mishawaka Marian. Some of the girls have been working with Head Coach Kayla Schidler since they were at John Young

South Bend Tribune Features Mishawaka Senior’s Sportsmanship

Below (In Bold) is the link to the article written by veteran South Bend Tribune Reporter Tim Creason.  Click on it or copy and paste it to your browser to go to the Tribune’s website and see the sportsmanship displayed by Mishawaka Senior Delaney Basker

Mishawaka Cave Kids Climbing MSN VIDEO EXCLUSIVE

The Sectional Wrestling Championship was tied when a Mishawaka freshman, coming off an injury, took on a veteran from his rival school.   Penn’s Rockne Hurley pinned rookie Garrett Sandefur, but it couldn’t take away from the excitement the day brought.  Kingsmen coaches and wrestlers know Mishawaka isn’t settling for 2nd, despite seeing the 8th title