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Hobart Little Five notes

It took some time for Hobart senior Tre Montique to get into track. Growing up in Trinidad and Tobago, Montique mostly concentrated on soccer and cricket. He moved to Michigan one day before his eighth birthday. Three years later, he moved to Indiana, but soccer was still his main focus. “At the beginning, track was just

Boone Grove High School Boys Varsity Golf finishes 3rd place

Wednesday, April 12, 2017 4:00 PM Place 3 Points 210 Meet Recap Chesterton 163, Lowell 192, Boone Grove 210, Andrean 259 At Sand Creek Blue, front nine Chesterton: Mitch Davis 36, Cameron Schultz 41, Devin Trusty 42, Eli Winski 44. Lowell: Jordan Harris 42, Chandler Austgen 46, Daniel Flemming 50, Austin Lindzy 54, Kyle Molen

Boone Grove High School Boys Varsity Golf finishes 2nd place

Tuesday, April 11, 2017 4:00 PM Place 2 Points 193 Meet Recap At Lakes of the Four Seasons, front nine Portage: E. Lewis 35, B. Blue 43, E. Ortiz 48, N. Pavuna 52. Boone Grove: A. Lukas 41, C. Lukas 47, Williamson 51, Castellanos 54. North Newton: J. Cloovos 42, E. Walsh 60, D. Cox

Golf Schedule Change

The Boys Golf tri-match with Andrean and Wheeler High Schools has been moved from May 15th and will now be played on May 16th.  The match at Innsbrook will begin at 4:00.

Marcheschi ready to shine for Boone Grove

There are few teams in the area that could withstand the loss of an All-State pitcher and still come back the following season believing it was capable of another deep postseason run. Then again, few teams in the area have a pitcher-in-waiting as experienced as Boone Grove’s Angie Marcheschi… Click here for the full NWI

Boone Grove Persevering

What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, so they say. An 0-20 season has exacted a toll on Boone Grove, sapping but not breaking their spirits. “Boone Grove has a basketball legacy,” said senior Brett Adler, the only player from last year’s 17-7 Porter County Conference champion team. “Coming in and not doing so much,

Hinkel reviving dormant Boone Grove wrestling program

There’s a different vibe on the Boone Grove gym balcony, a developing sense of worth, pride and accomplishment. The wrestling program, hanging by a thread last season with six kids and zero morale, is starting a revival under new coach Dave Hinkel. “I quit halfway through (last) season,” senior Alex Kacher said. “With the new

Girl time for the Kimes

At home Sharon Kimes is mom. At the gym, she’s coach. Kimes coaches Boone Grove gymnastics, a two-member team made up of her daughters, senior Gabby and freshman Piper. She succeeded Julie Stahl, who coached her daughter, Jessica, before she graduated last season. “I was an assistant last year and it was a mother-daughter team

Boone Grove’s Taylor Stevens signs on at Ohio State

Taylor Stevens was coming off an unbelievable high school softball season, leading her Boone Grove Wolves to their second straight Class 2A state championship game. As she started her travel season with the New Lenox Lightning this past summer, she knew something wasn’t right… Click here to read the full 11/10/16 NWI Times article, written