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Pioneer hires Cowley as boys basketball coach
Pioneer’s boys basketball team will undergo a youth movement in the coming year.
The Panthers will also have a young coach at the helm.
Jennings scores 13 for Juniors in loss to Indiana All-Stars
Led by the McDonald’s National Player of the Year, Taya Reimer, and the Indianapolis Star Miss Basketball, Stephanie Mavunga, the girls Indiana All-Star team powered past the Juniors 84-65 Monday at Sullivan High School.
Logansport’s Whitney Jennings had another good outing for the Juniors, highlighted by a couple sensational finishes at the basket.
Jennings helps Indiana Juniors sweep Kentucky
Logansport’s Whitney Jennings didn’t have the offensive explosion she had the previous night against Kentucky, but the star point guard might have played a better overall floor game.
Jennings dazzles in Junior All-Star debut
Logansport’s Whitney Jennings impressed in her debut for the Indiana Junior All-Star team.
Jennings scored a game-high 23 points to lead Indiana to a 79-67 win over Kentucky Friday at Greenfield-Central High School.
Watterson brothers shoot 77 at regional
Lewis Cass’ talented Watterson brothers, David and Zach, each shot a 6-over par 77 at the Warsaw boys golf regional at Stonehenge Golf Club on Thursday.
Miller was a key to Pioneer’s success in softball, volleyball
It was certainly an emotional end to the season for Pioneer’s softball team.
The Panther seniors put the hard work in over the last four years and helped put the program back on the map, winning three regional titles in a row.
Jennings, Heath to team up again for Junior All-Stars
Whitney Jennings isn’t the only point guard on this year’s Indy Star Indiana Junior All-Star girls team that has called Logansport home.
Her good friend Jaclyn Heath is also a member of the team. Heath is the daughter of former Logansport boys basketball coach Skeeter Heath, who coached the Berries for three seasons from 2000 to 2003.
No. 1 LPC ends No. 5 Pioneer’s season at semistate
Pioneer softball coach John Bingaman knew runs would be tough to come by against defending Class A state champion Lakewood Park Christian and junior ace pitcher Mikeila Boroff.
Penny to play for JC power Cochise
Logansport senior Antonio Penny has decided on where he will play college basketball, with an eye on playing at the NCAA Division I level in the future.
Penny has signed a national letter of intent to play at Coshise College, a junior college in Douglas, Ariz. Douglas is located in the southeast corner of the state.
Logansport’s Calisto places 5th at state in 800
It was a breakout performance on the state’s biggest stage.
Logansport junior Alex Calisto finished in fifth place in the 800-meter run at the state finals with a time of 1:55.06 Friday night at Indiana University in Bloomington.
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