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Friday, October 31, 2014

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On Saturday Deric Laurent placed 18th out of 180 runners at the New Haven Semi-State and narrowly missed qualifying for the State Meet.  Josh Hiatt finished 71st.  For the girls, Hayley Newman finished 81st out if 173 runners and Paige Boatright finished 91st.

For the season the girls finished with a record of 103 wins and 28 losses with 2 Invitational Championships and the boys finished with a record of 107 wins and 24 losses with 1 Invitational Championship.


POSTED: 10/27/14 at 7:01 am. FILED UNDER: Schools, Sports

Bulldogs 38 Logansport 14

POSTED: 10/24/14 at 9:57 pm. FILED UNDER: Sports


POSTED: 10/24/14 at 6:49 am. FILED UNDER: Sports

First Team

Jacqueline Quade Carroll
Kate Novack Carroll
Janaya Wilder Bellmont
Jordon Lentz Homestead
Sadie Albertson Bellmont
Cassidy Geller Homestead
Paige DeCamp East Noble
Remi Swoverland Carroll
Suzanne Peters Homestead
Halie McMillan Norwell

Second Team


Hannah Lewis DeKalb
Rachel Salerno Bellmont
Macie Hinen Columbia City
Rachel Klitzing Carroll
Payton Hart East Noble
Taylor Bebout Bellmont
Abby Moore Homestead
Jocie Bolinger Carroll
Megan Kage New Haven
Amanda Hunter Bellmont

Honorable Mention


Regan Wilson East Noble
Stephanie Stronczek Norwell
Bayley Smith Columbia City
Paige Eakright Homestead
Sarah Harper DeKalb
Aubrey Wright Columbia City

POSTED: 10/20/14 at 9:39 am. FILED UNDER: Sports

The New Haven-Adams Twp. basketball league teaches fundamentals like ball handling, passing, dribbling, and sportsmanship for both boys and girls. All leagues will have one practice a week on either a Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday evening between 6:00pm-9:00pm and a Saturday game between 8:00am and 3:00pm. Practices and games are held at Park Hill gym. Coaches will notify players of specific team information and play times no later than October 31st.

Program highlights and specifics include:
• Participation in a MAD ANTS instructional workshop.
• The Advanced league will get the opportunity to participate in the Mad Ants “Court of Dreams” program. (tentative)
• Practice begins the week of November 4th.
• Games begin Saturday, November 15th. (No games Nov. 29th)
• The last scheduled game will be January 31st, 2015.
• Program follows EACS schedule – No program during EACS recess.
• Skill evaluation for the Instructional & Advanced league is scheduled for October 20th. Drop in for 15 minutes between 6:00pm-8:00pm at Park Hill. Program Location: Park Hill Gymnasium, 1000 Prospect Ave., New Haven Ages & Cost: Leagues are broken down by grade-
• Beginner – Kindergarten & 1st – $60.00
• Instructional – 2nd & 3rd – $60.00
• Advanced league* with officials- 4th, 5th & 6th – $75.00*
*If there are enough participants we will have separate leagues for boys and girls for the advanced age group. **There is a multiple child discount of $10 for each additional child registered after the first participant. Registration deadline: October 17th at 4pm. Any registrations accepted after will be charged a $10 late registration fee. Online registration is available at ($2 convenience fee is assessed for this method of payment.)

COACHES are NEEDED for the league to be successful! League is coached by volunteers. Total number of registrations accepted depends on number of coaches. All volunteers will be asked to attend a coach’s meeting the week prior to the beginning of the program. Coaches will receive a coach’s shirt.  CLICK HERE FOR FORM AND MORE INFORMATION.

POSTED: 10/14/14 at 10:58 am. FILED UNDER: News, Schools, Sports

The Lady Bulldog’s Cross Country team finished 4th at the Bellmont Sectional to qualify for the Marion Regional for the 2nd year in a row.  Paige Boatright led the team with a 6th place finish.  Hayley Newman finished right behind Paige in 7th place.  Also placing for the varsity team were Kaylee Covella (19th), Ally Holcomb (24th), Brooke Feipel (30th), Ariel Stier (31st), and Bri Dishong (34th).

The boys team finished 3rd after losing a tie breaker to Bellmont but also qualified for the Marion Regional.    Deric Laurent led the team with a 2nd place finish.  Also placing for varsity team were Josh Hiatt (7th), Brayan Pizano (14th), Jordan Lahr (24th), Michael Meyer (30th) Caleb Felger (41st), and Jonathan Boatright (53rd).

The girls will run at 10:30 at Indiana Wesleyan University.  The boys race will be at 11:15 a.m.

POSTED: 10/13/14 at 7:22 am. FILED UNDER: Sports

“Past…Present…Future!” NH Boys Basketball Fundraiser

Date: Saturday November 29th, 2014

Time: 4:00p.m. to-7:00p.m.

Where: NHHS Main Gym

The boys basketball program is hosting their 1st annual “Past…….Present…..Future!” Bulldog Fundraiser event.

Come out and see scrimmages from: Central Lutheran, New Haven Middle, Paul Harding Junior High, the entire New Haven

high school boys basketball program, and past New Haven High School Boys

The fundraiser is to help fund the Boys Basketball program. Admission is $5.00 at the door Alumni fee is $25.00 (if participating, call NHHS, fill out the registration form and return by October 29, 2014

Rack & Helens Meet and Greet immediately afterward 7 p.m.


POSTED: 10/13/14 at 6:52 am. FILED UNDER: News, Schools, Sports

Sectional 20

Oct. 24: Columbia City at South Side

Oct. 24: New Haven at Logansport

Oct. 24: Norwell at Frankfort

Oct. 24: Jay County at Marion

Oct. 31: Semifinals

Nov. 7: Championship

POSTED: 10/13/14 at 6:38 am. FILED UNDER: Sports

The New Haven Baseball Program hosted a Bulldog Baseball alumni game on Saturday at Bischoff Field.

Proceeds are going to the upkeep and improvements for the 2015 season. The Bulldogs are hosting the 2015 sectional tourney and are hoping to make some cosmetic improvements before the sectional.

If you’d like to contribute to the program contact Coach Bischoff at

Photo gallery… click on pic to enlarge, them right click to save.


POSTED: 10/11/14 at 3:50 pm. FILED UNDER: Sports

Chris Goff | The Journal Gazette

East Noble lost starting running back Dillon Fuller, then rallied for a thrilling 28-24 victory Friday night at New Haven.

Knights receiver Colten Williams caught a tipped pass for the winning 6-yard touchdown with 14.4 seconds left to cap a 99-yard drive.

The game was delayed 11 minutes following a possible head or neck injury to Fuller, who was carted off on a stretcher and taken by ambulance to a hospital.

“We got together and said we were going to win this one for Dillon,” quarterback Harold “Bryce” Wolfe said. “I just pray he’s all right and can come back.”

Both teams knelt in prayer as Fuller was attended to by medical personnel. The injury occurred on the first snap of the third quarter.


POSTED: 10/11/14 at 8:15 am. FILED UNDER: Sports