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Short-handed Peru basketball knocked back by Rochester

By Trent Scott - Tscott@perutribune.com
After grabbing a win in its opening TRC girls’ basketball game against Whitko, Peru looked to move to 2-0 in conference play with Rochester visiting Thursday evening.
The Tigers had to do so minus guard Maegan Sinkovics . . . more »


North Miami stung in overtime by Bluffton

By Trent Scott - Tscott@perutribune.com
In its first major test of the girls’ basketball season, North Miami hosted Bluffton Friday night with a chance to go 3-0 for a second-straight year and the first time the school had done so since the 2000-01 and 2001-0 . . . more »


Maconaquah looks to defend TRC title with versatile squad

By Trent Scott - Tscott@perutribune.com
When Maconaquah steps out on to the court for its boys’ basketball season opener Wednesday night against Marion, there will be a noticeable absence from the lineup that had towered above many over the past four seasons. . . . more »


Experienced Maconaquah wrestling team looking for title breakthrough in 2017-18

By Trent Scott - Tscott@perutribune.com
A young Maconaquah wrestling squad finished second at last year’s sectional, third at the TRC and had one wrestler a round away from making it to the state finals, doing all of that with only a handful of seniors.
With . . . more »


Maconaquah shows improvement in loss to Rochester

By Trent Scott - Tscott@perutribune.com
Two days after Peru fell to Rochester, Maconaquah tried its hand at taking on the Zebras in its second TRC girls’ basketball game of the season.
Despite taking a 61-43 loss, the Braves showed an offensive poise that had . . . more »


Peru outgunned by No. 10 Northfield

By Jacob Rude - Sports@wabashplaindealer.com
Coming into Monday night’s Three Rivers Conference (TRC) opener, Northfield standout Ariel Dale found herself entrenched in a shooting slump. In the three games prior, the junior had struggled from the field and, m . . . more »


Peru boys' basketball team looks to blossom in this season

By Trent Scott - Tscott@perutribune.com
The return of boys’ basketball head coach Eric Thompson to Peru saw the team grind its way to a .500 record at 12-12, pick up a win in the Maconaquah sectional and win its fourth-straight Miami County Classic title.
Rea . . . more »


Peru wrestlers open season with win over Manchester

By Trent Scott - Tscott@perutribune.com
Much like the previous season, Peru opened its wrestling schedule with Manchester visiting the Tiger Den Tuesday night.
The Tigers opened with five wins in-a-row to start the dual and picked up a comfortable 58-24 win over th . . . more »