Saints sign National Letters of Intent to play sports in college

Bishop Dwenger was filled with family and friends, as the athletes signed their National Letter of Intent.

Dunnuck and Kolpien sign to play in college

Two local athletes sign to play their respective sports at the next level. Aubrey Dunnuck will play for basketball for USF, while Kade Kolpien plays baseball at Taylor University.

State-bound Blackhawk headed to Banker’s Life

When both teams were announced at North Side Middle School in Elkhart, IN, looking at one side’s players, then another’s, it was clear to see Blackhawk (27-2) had a significant size advantage against Lafayette Central Catholic, and with that, the Braves imposed their will from tip to win, convincingly, 74-51, breaking open the doors to Banker’s Life.

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