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Lincoln wins county softball championship

The Lincoln softball team has low roster numbers, but the players they do have possess substantial talent and the hearts of champions. Last Saturday, the Lady Eagles rolled over Hagerstown 12-3 in their first-round game, and then hooked up with Northeastern for the title. The Lady Knights joined the Lady Eagles in the title game […]

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WWN recognized with journalism awards

The Western Wayne News, Wayne County’s local newspaper, was recognized for its sports reporting and photography at an awards event on Friday, April 21 in Carmel. Winning first place in sports photography for publications with a circulation of 10,000 or less was WWN photographer Rachel Hilligoss Moore’s “Walk Off Feeling” photograph of Hagerstown’s Preston Allred, […]

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Knights split twin bill with 2A No. 2 Wapahani

Head coach Dave Baker’s Northeastern Knight baseball team made another effort to gain statewide respect Saturday, April 15 by splitting a doubleheader with second-ranked Wapahani in games played at scenic Raider field. Game 1 – Northeastern 3 Wapahani 2 The Knights outhit the Raiders 11 to seven and got a strong pitching performance from Logan […]

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Hagerstown track teams up the competition level

Hagerstown took part in the Springfield Wildcat Classics track meet at Springfield, Ohio on Saturday, April 15. Hagerstown was the only Indiana school in the field that was composed of Ohio schools from all enrollment classes and the Tigers turned in an impressive showing. The Lady Tigers finished in a tie for third place with […]

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Knights defeat Raiders, record improves to 2-0

The Northeastern Knights improved to 2-0 Monday, April 3 with a 9-2 win over potential sectional opponent Shenandoah in a game played at Raider Field. Both teams have the pitching and hitting to be serious sectional contenders, but in this match-up Northeastern, behind a stellar pitching performance from Kaiden White, was the better team. Hard […]

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Tigers improve to 3-0 with win over Red Devils

It may seem like an unusual scenario when both coaches see positives in a lopsided game, but it happened Thursday night, March 30, at McBride Stadium, when Hagerstown defeated Richmond 17-2 in a game halted after five innings because of the 10-run rule. The Tigers jumped out to a quick start. Cole Tracy led off […]