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Tippecanoe Valley snuffs out Peru's TRC chances

By Trent Scott - Tscott@perutribune.com
In order to keep its slender hopes alive in the TRC girls’ basketball race, Peru had to pick up wins in its final four conference games starting with 3A No. 7 Tippecanoe Valley Tuesday night.
The Vikings had lost their . . . more »


Southwood girls extend Maconaquah's TRC misery

By Jacob Rude - Sports@wabashplaindealer.com
WABASH – With winter weather running riot across Indiana, the Southwood and Maconaquah girls’ basketball teams met on Tuesday night with one side looking to win its first conference battle of the season.
A st . . . more »


Final two weeks to clear up TRC girls' basketball chaos

By Trent Scott - Tscott@perutribune.com
With just two weeks left to play before sectionals begin, the TRC girls’ basketball title race is no closer to being solved that it was the week before as the standings managed to become more of a jumbled mess after thi . . . more »


Pitts, Larason help Maconaquah see off Eastern

By Trent Scott - Tscott@perutribune.com
GREENTOWN – When Maconaquah walked off the court at Eastern two seasons ago, boys’ basketball coach Tim Maiben was as frustrated as he would be the entire season.
That was not an issue Saturday night as the Braves . . . more »


First quarter deficit too much for Maconaquah in loss to Taylor

By Trent Scott - Tscott@perutribune.com
The slow start bug was an item Maconaquah head coach PJ Hatcher touched on when discussing the postponed girls’ basketball game against Peru last week.
Why the opening quarter is important was on display Saturday aftern . . . more »


Peru takes road loss at Kokomo

By Matt Fuller - Peru Tribune Correspondent
With Friday’s rematch of the Miami County Classic championship game between Peru and Maconaquah pushed back to February 3 due to inclement weather, Saturday’s milder chill allowed the Tigers to head to Kokomo . . . more »


Winter weather puts spanner in Miami County Athletics

By Trent Scott - Tscott@perutribune.com
Winter’s icy grip has done its best this week to turn the sports calendar into a late sprint to the finish line in order to get as many events in as possible.
Three out of six days saw postponements and cancellations to . . . more »