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Vikings have no answer for Phelps.

By Lamont Neal on Sunday, September 21st, 2014

The Vikings jumped out to the early lead on two touch downs by Carson Wright. The first on a 12 yard end around and the second on 42 yard td pass from Lucas Long. With Alex McCutcheon tacking on the extra points the Vikings led 14-0 and looked to be in charge but the Muncie Central Bearcats would run off the next 21 points including pass plays of 52 and 61 yards and the firs Parker Phelps Td run of 17 yards... Read More...

HU Sports Update Sept. 21

By Joanne Green on Sunday, September 21st, 2014

MEN’S SOCCER
Fans got more than their money’s worth at Spartan Field Wednesday afternoon as the HU men’s soccer team outscored Manchester University 2-1 in the final eight minutes to claim a 3-2 win.

Ryan Pickup was the key cog of those eight minutes, scoring both goals to will his team to the win... Read More...

HU Tennis Recap

By Joanne Green on Wednesday, September 17th, 2014

WOMEN’S TENNIS
The HU women’s tennis team took early command of its conference showdown against the Pilots Tuesday afternoon by sweeping doubles on their way to a 6-3 win over Bethel College.

With this win, Huntington (5-3) slides into a tie for fourth in the league standings with a Crossroads record of 3-2... Read More...

Roanoke Youth Sports 6-7 year old champs

By John Nelson on Saturday, September 13th, 2014

The single elimination tournament wrapped up the season for Roanoke Youth Sports’ 6-7 Soccer program.  The championship game featured a great match between teams sponsored by PNC Bank and YourFitness-411.  Players from both teams gave great effort and displayed excellent sportsmanship during the tournament... Read More...

Vikings drop Berries to even record

By Lamont Neal on Saturday, September 13th, 2014

The Huntington North Vikings football team evened their season at 2-2 on Friday night by defeating Logansport 28-14. The Vikings continue to show improvement as the season goes on at times dominating the Berries but at times they still struggled leaving them hange around.

The game opened with the dominating part with the Vikings Adam Woods rushing the ball behind the big offensive line of Layne Neal, Shawn Renz, Austin O’Connell, Layne Emery and Jared Bartrom... Read More...

Vikings open NCC with Victory

By Lamont Neal on Sunday, September 7th, 2014

It took two days but the Vikings opened the NCC conference schedule with a victory against Richmond. The Vikings got started after a Jackson Cain interception and return to the Richmond 41 yard line. The Vikings didn’t waste any time as Viking quarterback  Lucas Long hit Carson Wright on a 41 yard pass play for a touchdown and the Vikings were up 7-0... Read More...

2014 RYS 8-10 Soccer Champs

By John Nelson on Thursday, September 4th, 2014

The single elimination tournament wrapped up the season for Roanoke Youth Sports’ 8-10 Soccer program.  The championship game featured a tightly contested match between the Dennis Grain and Marti McFarren Remax Results.  The game was well played with the Dennis Grain eventually winning the game 1-0... Read More...

Sparks named Runner of the Week

By Joanne Green on Thursday, September 4th, 2014

Huntington University sophomore Christine Sparks has been named the Crossroads League Cross Country Runner of the Week for the week of September 2, 2014.

Sparks ran a course record of 19:02.64 at the Bluffton University (Ohio) Invitational on Friday to guide the Foresters to a first place finish out of five teams in their opening meet of the year... Read More...

Murray`s hat-trick not enough

By Joanne Green on Thursday, September 4th, 2014

Despite Scott Murray’s hat-trick, the HU men’s soccer team couldn’t seal the deal as they suffered a 4-3 double OT loss to the Blue Devils of Lawrence Tech Monday afternoon at King Stadium.

It was a few minutes of chaotic play during which both teams had several scoring opportunities but couldn’t capitalize before Murray took matters into his own hands for what looked to be the makings of a blowout... Read More...

Vikings look to bounce back

By Lamont Neal on Monday, September 1st, 2014

The Vikings travelled to Carroll Friday night to take on the Chargers. The Chargers beat up Goshen last week while the Vikings fell flat against the Spartans. So on paper the Chargers appeared to have the upper hand but someone forgot to tell the Viking defense.

From the onset it was obvious the Viking D had come to play and the game started to become a battle of field position as neither offense could establish any rhythm... Read More...

Vikings drop opener to Spartans

By Lamont Neal on Monday, August 25th, 2014

Vikings don’t have an answer for the Spartans aerial attack fall 49-6. The Vikings opened the 2014 season on the road at Homestead and were shocked by the Spartans. The Spartans scored on their first play from scrimmage on a 72 yard pass play and that was a peak at what was to come as the Spartans senior qb Logan Ormsby was on the way to a big night going 16 for 25 for 409 yards and 6 touchdowns... Read More...

HU men`s tennis blanked

By Joanne Green on Saturday, August 23rd, 2014

The Huntington men’s tennis team opened up the season Thursday afternoon at Wildwood Racquet Club with a 9-0 loss against one of its toughest opponents on the schedule in Cardinal Stritch University.

Rains forced the match to be moved from Klopfenstein Courts to an indoor venue in Fort Wayne and a Cardinal Stritch squad that features three new players in its top four spots, didn’t seem to miss a beat... Read More...

HUWS drops 2-1 decision to Concordia

By Joanne Green on Saturday, August 23rd, 2014

Kaitlyn Dreman’s goal at the 53:26 mark wasn’t enough as the Forester women’s soccer team dropped a 2-1 decision to Concordia University (Mich.) Thursday afternoon. HU wraps up their road trip to Michigan with a 1-1 overall record.

The Cardinals dominated possession by outshooting Coach Tillett’s squad 33-9 but HU didn’t do down without a fight as they warded off their hosts through the first 45 minutes... Read More...

Baker scores twice in opener for 2-1 win

By Joanne Green on Saturday, August 23rd, 2014

With just over a week`s worth of practice, the Forester women`s soccer team hit the road to notch a 2-1 win over Rochester College (Mich.) Wednesday afternoon in its season opener. Senior Courtney Baker wasted little time establishing her offensive prowess by scoring a pair of goals within a nine-minute span to turn her team`s 1-0 deficit into a 2-1 advantage that would stick... Read More...

Special O Bowling begins Aug. 23

By Lamont Neal on Tuesday, August 19th, 2014

Another season of Huntington County Special Olympics Bowling begins on Saturday, August 23 at 3:00pm at Rainbow Lanes.
Practices continue through August, September and October with the regional meet in Fort Wayne in early November.

Parents or guardians are encouraged to attend the first practice to complete necessary paperwork... Read More...

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