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Wabash claims first-ever TRC Wrestling title

ON THE RUN: North Miami's Austin Fletcher(L) works for an escape during his quarterfinal match against Maconaquah's Brayden Bockover (R) during Friday night's TRC Wrestling Meet. Fletcher won the match by fall and picked up two more pins to win the 132 pound weight class, the only individual title on the night for the Warriors, who finished seventh overall.

BY TRENT SCOTT - tscott@perutribune.com Peru’s reign at the top of the TRC Wrestling Meet finally came to an end Friday night as the conference wrestling meet picked up a day early to avoid another round of winter weather. The Tigers would finish fifth overal

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Apaches blast past Warriors

BY ERIC SEAMAN - Wabash Plain-Dealer Correspondent Things went back and forth for a few minutes early on in Friday’s matchup between the Wabash and North Miami boys’ basketball teams at Coolman Gymnasium. That was until the host Apaches’ defense s

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Maconaquah rules the pool again

CONQUEROR: Maconaquah's Abby Shrock knocked down to individual records and helped set a third during Friday night's TRC Swimming and Diving Championships. Shrock broke her own record in the 100 back, added a second record in the 100 fly (Above) and helped set a new record in the 400 free relay as part of winning all four of her events on the night.

BY TRENT SCOTT - tscott@perutribune.com It may have taken two days to complete this year but the results inside the pool didn’t change at the TRC Swimming and Diving Championships Thursday and Friday. Hosts Maconaquah won half the events available while setti

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Maple drags Maconaquah to win over Southwood

UNHINDERED: Maconaquah freshman Lilly Maple (12) shrugs off the defense of Southwood’s Sydney Helfin (R) for a critical layup that turned into a three-point play during the fourth quarter of Wednesday night’s TRC girls’ basketball game. The basket came after the Knights had taken the lead off of the Braves, only for Maple to score eight-straight points, part of her 24 point, 12 rebound effort, to help the hosts to a second conference win 36-32.

BY TRENT SCOTT - tscott@perutribune.com The beginning and end of Wednesday night’s TRC girls’ basketball game between Maconaquah and Southwood centered around Lilly Maple. An 11 point first quarter and nine more points in the fourth quarter, including a

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TRC Swim, Wrestling Meets moved forward

FAST FORWARD: The TRC Swimming and Diving Meet and the TRC Wrestling Meet, both scheduled for Saturday, have been moved forward to avoid another potentially snow-filled weekend with diving set to take place Thursday evening at 6 p.m. while swimming starts at 5:30 p.m. Friday and wrestling to begin at 5 p.m. with the potential for preliminary bouts to begin at 4:30 p.m.

BY TRENT SCOTT - tscott@perutribune.com The impending threat of winter weather for a second-straight weekend has resulted in a significant schedule change to two important TRC events this weekend. The TRC Swimming and Diving Meet and the TRC Wrestling Meet, both sc

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Maconaquah enjoys Senior Night win over Lewis Cass

BY TRENT SCOTT - tscott@perutribune.com In the final meet before Saturday’s TRC Swim meet, Maconaquah hosted Lewis Cass Monday for Senior Night. The Braves had a stronger outing than their previous Monday night performance at Logansport, knocking ba

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