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JV Baseball Cancellation

Due to low numbers at Carroll.  The JV Baseball game on Monday, 4/6/2015 vs Carroll has been cancelled.  Rescheduled game, if possible, will be determined.

Scholarship For Athletes

Each year the WIOA awards two scholarships in the amount of $500 each to one male and one female athlete chosen from nominees submitted by schools located in Benton, Carroll, Clinton, Fountain, Jasper, Montgomery, Newton, Tippecanoe, Warren and White counties.  In addition, at the discretion of the scholarship committee, one $500 scholarshp may be awarded

Webb – Lilly Scholar

CONGRATULATIONS TO HOT DOG ATHLETE KRISTYN WEBB.  Kristyn, a two sport athlete for the Hot Dogs (Soccer and Softball) is the recipient of the prestigious Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship.  She will receive 4 years of full tuition and fees for college beginning the coming fall.  Congratulations Kristyn, Hot Dog Proud…

IHSAA: Athlete Tip of the Week

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (3-30-15) “Promoting education based athletics in Indiana” Are you a student-athlete who occasionally disagrees with your coach?  It is not uncommon and as you interact with other adults you will find that differing points of view can be healthy. Most importantly it is key that you learn to take

Athletic Cancellation

Wednesday, March 25th – Todays’ Baseball scrimmage with Sheridan, has been cancelled.  No make up date to be scheduled.    

Indoor State Track Results!

James Brandenburg placed 3rd in the High Jump with a Jump of 6’5″ Colton Crum become the 1st Track and Field State Champ since the 1950s! Crum won the Pole Vault with a vault of 15’6″ Link to 15’6″ Vault IMG_5273

Scholarship Information

Take a look at the Scholarship information from the guidance department.  Deadlines are coming up, and there is plenty of opportunities to help with tuition costs in the coming Fall of 2015.  Scholarships Available 03-18

Logan takes down Frankfort

The Logansport Berries spoiled Senior night on Friday evening.  The Hot Dogs fought hard during the 1st half, trailing only by 10 at the intermission, but the 2nd half was a struggle.    The Berries left Case Arena with a 90-52 victory.    The Varsity returns to action this Friday in the 2nd game of