The Wells Community Swim Team recently completed its 2015 season.
The Wells Community Swim Team recently finished third in the Wabash Valley Swim Conference championship meet.
The Bluffton Middle School boys’ swim team won the first Allen County Athletic Conference
Tiger Sharks finish fourth, Knights place sixth in team scoring
Bluffton High School graduate Jason Prible was a member of two Wilmington College men’s swimming relay teams which placed in the Ohio Athletic Conference championships at the University of Akron.
PORTLAND — After a little delay in the preliminary round of the Jay County High School IHSAA Boys’ Swimming and Diving Sectional, the meet resumed and was...
Bluffton High School graduate Jason Prible helped the Wilmington College men’s 200-yard freestyle relay team place fourth
Tiger Sharks sink Jets
Logan Ackley and Duke Wang were double individual first-place finishers Wednesday to lead the Norwell Knights boys’ swimming and diving team to a 101-81 victory over the Huntington North Vikings in a dual meet at...
The Bluffton Tiger Sharks defeated the Huntington North Vikings 121-62 Tuesday night in boys’ swimming and diving on Senior Night at Bluffton.
PORTLAND — Norwell juniors Kayla DeRemer and Grace Eastom helped the Norwell Knights finish seventh in the Indiana High School Athletic Association Jay...
PORTLAND — Two Norwell juniors and Bluffton senior Kaitlyn Schriver displayed their experience and leadership Thursday night to lead their teammates in the...
The Norwell Knights defeated the Concordia Lutheran Cadets in high school swimming and diving Thursday night in the Knights’ Moat.
Bluffton freshman Walker Leas helped lift the Tiger Sharks boys’ swimming team to a 110-75 dual meet victory over the Bellmont Braves Thursday night at Decatur.
Jacob Ehle was a double individual winner and Ethan Kitt captured the diving to help the Bluffton Tiger Sharks boys’ swim team defeat Wells County rival Norwell 97-89 Tuesday night at Norwell’s Moat.
Jacob Ehle, Logan Baumgardner earn individual titles
The Homestead Spartans swept a Northeast Hoosier Conference swimming meet Tuesday evening, defeating the Norwell boys’ team 131-54 and also taking the girls’ matchup by a 120-63 tally at the Moat.
Two records were broken Thursday night by the Bluffton Tiger Sharks, who dominated the visiting Manchester Squires at the Bluffton Middle School pool.
Norwell split a Northeast Hoosier Conference dual swim meet Thursday evening with the visiting East Noble Knights.