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Stockwell takes 3rd at Aberdeen Classic

At the Aberdeen Classic Golf Invitational, Penn won the event, shortened to nine holes due to the weather, with 155. Valparaiso (166) was third. Boone Grove’s Grant Stockwell took third individually with a 39, one behind Penn’s Nick Thurn and Zach Hale. Boone Grove Scores: Grant Stockwell 39, Ian Lukas 44, Thomas Schroeder 52, Connor

Wolves clinch third straight PCC title

Kellie Marcheschi laughed at the suggestion of having secured temporary bragging rights in her family’s household with her performance Monday night. She watched her sisters — junior twins Carla, Boone Grove’s catcher, and Angie, a second baseman and pitcher currently sidelined with an injury — win back-to-back Porter County Conference titles. Their father, Tom, is

Truby secures catching position for Boone Grove

As a T-Ball player, Teddy Truby showed a knack for a skill most little kids don’t have — catching the ball. And since catcher is one of the positions that touches the ball on every pitch, his dad Ted figured it would be a good spot for his son…. Click HERE for the full 4/29/2016,

Boone downs Morgan; takes PCC baseball lead

MORGAN TOWNSHIP — After Bryce Morris was cut from the freshman team at Lake Central last season, his family pulled up stakes and left Schererville for Porter County over the summer. “My dad wanted to move somewhere I could actually play,” Morris said. Boone Grove’s happy to have him. The sophomore has fit nicely into

Boone, Bothwell blank Hebron

  HEBRON — The 43-degree temperature, hardened by a brisk north wind, left skinny Boone Grove sophomore Ty Bothwell shivering on the mound Friday…. Click HERE for the April 22, 2016, Times article written by Jim Peters.

Wolves Survive Cold to Beat Hebron Softball Team

HEBRON | If there is one thing Boone Grove coach Ron Saunders has told his team throughout the early season, it’s that the Times No. 2 Wolves need to expect everyone’s best shot…. Click HERE for the April 22, 2016, Times article written by Paul Oren.

Boone Coach McKay Kisses the Wolf Goodbye

  When Matt McKay bent to the floor and kissed the Wolves logo on the court after the sectional loss to River Forest, he knew. Most everybody knew. Last week, that symbolic goodbye became official as McKay submitted his letter of resignation as Boone Grove boys basketball coach…. Click HERE for the complete article which

Boone bats a bit better in Portage

PORTAGE — The sun came out and the bats got hot. Fortunately for Times No. 5 Boone Grove, its bats were a little hotter than host Portage Saturday as the Wolves pounced on the Indians 14-10. The teams combined for 20 hits and drew 17 total walks…. Click HERE for the full Times article, written by

Wolves Romp over Noll

  The Lady Wolves traveled to Hammond to face the Lady Warriors of Bishop Noll on April 13.   Click HERE for the Times article, written by John O’Malley, that appeared in the Times Thursday, April 14, 2016. Click HERE for the Post-Tribune article, written by Mike Osipoff, that appeared in the Post-Tribune Thursday, April 24, 2016. Photo by:

Boys Basketball All-Conference Announced

Four Wolves have received recognition by the Porter County Conference. Seniors David Sorrell, Austin Bills, and Evan Stewart were named to the PCC Boys Basketball All-Conference Team, and senior Ian McKay was recognized as Honorable Mention. This is the second year in a row that Sorrell has been named to the All-Conference Team. The complete