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Returning trio looking to pace Peru boys' basketball

ELEVATE: Peru senior DJ Fuller drops the hammer on a dunk to end a recent practice. Fuller is the leading scorer returning for the Tigers at 12 points-per-game and will need to increase his production, alongside fellow returning starters Josh Adejokun and Daunte Majors, to keep up the scoring pace in the 2018-19 season.

BY TRENT SCOTT - tscott@perutribune.com     There were points during the 2017-18 boys’ basketball season where Peru looked like it was ready to put everything together and get a strong winning run going.   Each time the team tried to pick up mo

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Shorthanded North Miami squad to lay foundation for wrestling program

AVOIDANCE: North Miami’s Jon Stoner (L) tries to turn over Keaton Spear (R) while the latter tries to fight out of the predicament at a recent practice. Stoner and Spear return as part of a 10-deep Warrior wrestling squad ahead of the 2018-19 season.

BY TRENT SCOTT - tscott@perutribune.com Bodies were in short supply for North Miami’s wrestling team last year and the same will be the case for the Warriors ahead of the 2018-19 season. A 10-man roster will have more weights filled in the early season and he

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Pioneer basketball hands North Miami first season loss

EXTRAS: North Miami’s Taylor Tinney lines up a three during Tuesday night’s non-conference girls’ basketball game against Pioneer. Tinney scored 13 points against the Panthers but was unable to help the Warriors pick up a third-straight win as the team fell 60-41.

BY TRENT SCOTT - tscott@perutribune.com North Miami went into Tuesday night’s game with Pioneer looking to move to 3-0 for just the second time in the last 10 girls’ basketball seasons. It was a quest the shorthanded Warriors could not accomplish as a P

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Squires stymie Braves' offense in TRC opener

OUT OF REACH: Despite her best efforts to save a loose ball, Maconaquah’s Tera Wagoner (C) misses the chance for a steal during Saturday night’s TRC girls’ basketball game against Manchester. The Squires kept the game out of reach with a strong defensive effort that kept the Braves in the single digits going into the fourth quarter of a 49-16 win.

BY TRENT SCOTT - tscott@perutribune.com The opening TRC girls’ basketball game of the 2018-19 season played out at Maconaquah Saturday night as Manchester paid the first of two visits this winter to Miami County. The Squires locked down the Braves’ offe

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