Excitement was in the air at Huntington North High School Wednesday night when the varsity boys wrestling team claimed victory against Alexandria Monroe with a score of 42-33.

Huntington North High School senior, Cole Martz, signed a National Letter of Intent with Kankakee Community College Tuesday to continue his academic and baseball careers as a Cavalier.

The HU track and field team kicked off its indoor season at the Mastodon Opener Saturday at Purdue Fort Wayne’s Hilliard Gates Center.

The Huntington bowling teams laced up their shoes in Fairview Heights, Illinois, for the National Team Match Games. The tournament format was six traditional team games on day one and 20 Baker games on the following day.

It was Gabi Melby’s pull-up ten-footer with 6.1 seconds remaining that lifted the HU women’s basketball team past Mount Vernon, 81-78, Saturday afternoon at Ariel Arena.

After suffering a disappointing loss to Taylor earlier in the week, the #RV HU men’s basketball team out lasted Mount Vernon (4-6, 0-4) Saturday afternoon by handing their hosts an 81-65 loss. Roads wins don’t come easy in the Crossroads League with today’s victory proving the Foresters’ fir…

The Huntington North girls basketball team continued its winning ways on Tuesday, claiming a 45–30 road victory over Bishop Luers. The win improved the Lady Vikes’ record to 4–1.

The Taylor Trojans got the best of the #RV Forester men’s basketball team Wednesday night by escaping Platt Arena with an 81-68 win. The loss is HU’s first on their home turf and in conference play as they move to 7-2 overall, 2-1 in the Crossroads League.

The Huntington North boys and girls swim teams opened its 2022-23 season Tuesday night, defeating East Noble 101–68 in a Northeast 8 Conference (NE8) matchup at the Parkview Huntington Family YMCA.

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The Herald-Press is accepting university, college, varsity, junior varsity, freshman, middle school, elementary school and recreational sports news.

The Herald-Press is accepting university, college, varsity, junior varsity, freshman, middle school, elementary school and recreational sports news.

After a break for Thanksgiving, it was business as usual for the #RV HU men’s basketball team who easily disposed of Holy Cross 94-63 Saturday afternoon at Platt Arena. With this win, the Foresters improve to 7-1 on the year.

Due to time constraints, the ANEC opening tip wasn’t shown as a preview. So in a rare Thanksgiving edition, I have decided to recap the games that were dotted on my radar before the games were played. Other games will not be mentioned here, that’ll come in this week’s ANEC opening tip.

Huntington North High School boys basketball zonked against Homestead High school Wednesday evening with a final varsity score of Homestead 53 and HN 14.

Title Nine and sports often reach the National news, locally it has only been a bit, as with Huntington County Community School Corporation tossing around the possibility of offering boys volleyball and girls wrestling.

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HUNTINGTON — The HU women’s basketball team came up short, 60-51, to Saint Francis at Platt Arena in a physical and hard-fought battle Tuesday night.

FORT WAYNE — The #RV Huntington men’s basketball team put on a first half scoring clinic in the Hutzell Athletic Center Tuesday night to enjoy a 101-75 win over Saint Francis.

An overtime half-court buzzer-beater from Marissa Trout secured a 58–55 triumph for the Lady Vikings, a victory that was the first for Huntington North at Homestead since Nov. 24, 2006.

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Freshman Addy Wiley and for men’s senior Haile Stutzman headlined the NAIA National Cross Country Championships Friday morning for Huntington by taking second and third in their respective race at Apalachee Regional Park in Tallahassee, Fla. for the 5K.

Tonight the rivalry on Highway 24 ranges into the brand-new Spartan Arena as Homestead hosts Huntington North. It’s a rivalry in some shape or form, even though Homestead has won 17 of their last 26 meetings. In fact, the last time Huntington North defeated Homestead in girls basketball, you…

The #RV HU men’s basketball team kicked off league play Saturday afternoon with a commanding 90-59 win over Goshen at Platt Arena, moving them to 5-1 overall, 1-0 in CL action.

It wasn’t how the Huntington women’s basketball team (3-5, 0-1) wanted opening day of Crossroads League action to go as they suffered a 72-42 loss to Goshen (5-1, 1-0) Saturday afternoon at Platt Arena.

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The Huntington North girls basketball team lost its first game of the season Tuesday night, coming out on the short end of a 55–32 decision to No. 18 Carroll high School. The loss moved the Lady Vikes to 2–1 on the season.

The Huntington North girls swimming team picked up a win in its first head-to-head meet of the season, topping Bluffton 92.5–77.5 on the road Tuesday night.

Huntington North High School reported on its Facebook page that HN graduate, Addy Wiley placed second at the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletes Women’s Cross Country National Championship Friday morning. Wiley’s reported time of 16:58.9 helped lead Huntington University to a 13…

The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) announced its regional Athletes of the Year for the 2022 NAIA Cross Country season and among the list was freshman Addy Wiley.

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The Huntington North girls basketball team continued its strong start to the 2022–23 season Saturday afternoon, defeating the Carmel Greyhounds 45–34 in North Arena to improve to 2–0 on the early season.

For the fourth consecutive year, both the men’s and women’s Huntington cross country teams will compete in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Cross Country Championships.

ASHLAND, Ore. – Behind their playmaker Zach Goodline, the #RV Forester men’s basketball team cruised past Southern Oregon 100-88 Saturday night at Lithia Motors Pavilion. It’s the second time this season HU has hit triple digits.

The HU women’s basketball team got back on track with a 67-61 win over IU East to wrap up the Huntington University Classic Saturday afternoon at Platt Arena. The win comes on the heels of a pair of losses against IU South Bend and IU Southeast last week as Maggard and crew improve to 3-4 on…

Huntington North High School senior Emma Helvie recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play softball at Michigan’s Saginaw Valley State University. At Huntington North she plays as a catcher.

Last season saw the first 3-team share in the history of NE8 Girls Basketball. Will we see an outright champion this time around? One thing's for certain, this is expecting to be one heck of a race to that NE8 crown.

The #RV Titans of IU South Bend (4-0) had a strong fourth quarter to defeat the Huntington women’s basketball team 71-63 Wednesday at the IUSB Student Activities Center.

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The Huntington North Girls Lady Viking basketball team hosted pre-season ranked Fort Wayne Snider Tuesday, defeating them 48-42.

Saturday afternoon’s matchup between the #RV Huntington men’s basketball team and Trinity International featured just one lead change and fortunately the hosts were on the right side of it.

The Huntington North High School Athletic department recently announced it will induct five new members into its Hall of Fame this December.

Playing in the quarterfinals of the Crossroads League Tournament, the 6th-seeded HU volleyball team suffered a 3-0 loss (25-22, 25-16, 25-13) to 3rd-seeded Marian University Saturday afternoon.

The 4th-seeded Forester men’s soccer team is moving on to the semifinals of the Crossroads League Tournament after a 3-1 double OT win over 5th-seeded Taylor Saturday afternoon at King Stadium. The quarterfinal HU win avenged their 3-0 regular season loss to the Trojans back on September 28.