rss_feed Latest News

Mishawaka Schools Partner with Under Armour

    Mishawaka Partners with Under Armour For Immediate Release:  March 14, 2019 MISHAWAKA – Mishawaka Schools, BSN Sports, and Under Armour, Inc. announced a new 5-year partnership agreement starting July 1, 2019.  The move was approved by the  school board Wednesday night.  All future uniform purchases will go through BSN and Under Armour.   The

Mishawaka Basketball Delivers Off the Court

On January 26, fans donated stuffed animals at Mishawaka’s annual “Teddy Bear Toss”.  Recently, Ron Hecklinski and the Cavemen basketball team delivered them to St. Joe Hospital.   Marisol Girton from St. Joe Hospital said, “Getting free donations for our pediatrics patience is huge, especially if we can bring community involvement in.   We see as many on your Phone

  Visit the Athletic Website on Your Smartphone Mishawaka’s athletic website has grown into one of the state’s best in the past 18 months.  Partnering with Varsity News Network, gives fans a lot of options with pictures, stories, schedules, rosters and more. A great feature fans like is that it is “mobile optimized” and

Mishawaka All-Sports Passes Reduced for Spring of 2019

The Mishawaka Athletic Department would like to announce that All-Sport Season Passes for Cavemen Spring Sports have been reduced to $25.  Any adult or student wishing to purchase a pass can stop by the athletic offices, or mail a request with a check and the form posted above.  General Admission to Cavemen athletic events is

Mishawaka Moves Up to 5A in Football

Mishawaka will be one of the smallest schools in 5A football in 2019.  After the IHSAA released enrollment figures this week, it was revealed that the Cavemen will be moving up from 4A to 5A in 2019.  Also moving up from 4A to 5A is New Palenstine and the team that beat MHS in the

Mishawaka Athletics Climbing in NIC Standings

Mishawaka boys and girls have shown improvement this year in many sports.  The standings after the Fall and Winter seasons show the Cavemen at 4th overall in the boys standings and 5th in the girls.  Last year the Mishawaka boys finished 5th while the girls were 7th.  And in the 2016-17 seasons, both teams ended