KOKOMO - Kokomo’s football squad turned the tables on Harrison at Walter Cross Field Friday night, avenging a 24-7 loss on Oct. 6 with a 13-8 win over the Raiders in the squads Class 5A Sectional 11 opener. The Wildkat seniors came up big, with Kyle Wade breaking the all-time school passing record, Noah Hurlock making big plays on both sides of the ball in the stretch run, and Luke Camereon snagging the interception that slammed the door on the Raiders season as Kokomo prevailed 13-8.
WALTON — Tipton's explosive offense has been highly touted all season, but following the night of its lowest-scoring output in eight games, the Blue Devils have their defense in large part to thank for still being undefeated.Devil safety Elijah Lillis picked off Cass backup quarterback Casey Crozier with 1:20 remaining to stamp out the Kings' last-ditch drive and lift Class 2A No. 2-ranked Tipton to a 17-13, come-from-behind win Friday night.
KOKOMO — Kokomo's football team erupted for 27 points in a minute — yes, a minute — in rolling to a 48-7 North Central Conference victory over Logansport at Walter Cross Field Friday night, earning Wildkat coach Brett Colby his 200th career win in convincing fashion. "Getting it was nice," Colby said. "I was talking to [Logansport coach] Mike [Johnson] before the game and he said, … ‘you know, 27 years ago you and I met in my opening game and you whipped me.
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Selecting a term
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