Sports

Getting an Early Start
Seniors, Sports

Getting an Early Start

By Jackson Robbins In the senior class at Delta, many of them have played sports since a young age> Now they are about to be playing the same game at a college level.  One of these seniors is Marian University Ancilla College softball commit Hannah Carter.  “My dad always preached that I could play at…

The Last Lap
Boys Cross Country, Features, Seniors, Track

The Last Lap

By Maddox Weddle Senior Tyler Dillon has been running track since he was in sixth grade.  He wasn’t really a fan of the sport because he was more of a soccer player, but when travel soccer became too expensive he was forced to run.  In middle school, Dillon was a successful runner, winning the county…

More Than A Teammate
Boys Cross Country, Features, Seniors, Sports

More Than A Teammate

By Cameron Deckman Responsible. Determined. Caring. Helpful. A leader. These are the words used to describe Delta High School senior Ayden (AJ) Lewman. Lewman is ranked number seven for his class in academics. He has run cross country for seven years, and track for six. For as long as Lewman can remember he has had…

Not A Right Fit
Seniors, Sports

Not A Right Fit

By Tyce Dishman The Indiana High School Athletic Association has decided to add two brand new sports to the mix.  Boys’ volleyball and girls’ wrestling.  But you shouldn’t get your hopes up yet.  “As of now we don’t plan on adding any of the two new sports emerging from the IHSAA,” Delta Athletic Director Tilmon…

Delta’s Strength
Sports

Delta’s Strength

By Jackson Robbins If you have a passion for breaking records and being strong, then there’s many ways you can explore this interest at your own school. You can have what it takes to be a lifter at Delta.  Lifting weights has become a hobby for the student body.  One of the key pieces in…

All Because Of A Missing Bus
Boys Basketball, Seniors, Sports

All Because Of A Missing Bus

By Cameron Deckman Three more to go. He gets the ball. He shoots from downtown. He makes it. He runs back to get on defense with a smile, but he has to focus. One thousand points do not matter if the team does not win. Senior D’Amare Hood joined a select few boys’ basketball players…

Daring Det: Recognition, Respect, Resilience
Boys Basketball, Sports

Daring Det: Recognition, Respect, Resilience

By Landon Williams After 369 total wins and just over 600 games coached, he recently started unveiling his potential to become an IHSAA basketball team state champion.  Mark Detweiler, the Delta High School boys’ basketball head coach. Within his 22 seasons there have been multiple times Detweiler has played through pressure, though not all of…

Inclusion Wins Big!
Sports, Track

Inclusion Wins Big!

By Jackson Teal A smile can tell the story. You may think you need to win to be happy. For some, just being there and getting to compete like everyone else exhilarates them. For most of the 25 Unified Track athletes this spring, the win doesn’t matter to them. Instead, all they care about is…

Pressure is a Privilege
Boys Basketball, Sports

Pressure is a Privilege

By Tyce Dishman From three generations of successful athletes there comes a certain expectation to perform well. Senior Jonny Manor is a two-sport varsity athlete who is continuing his family’s journey. Jonny was the starting point guard in basketball and the starting wide receiver in football. His family has had success on the court and…

Ultimate Road Trip
Baseball, Sports

Ultimate Road Trip

By Kye Berger Head coach Devin Wilburn and former assistant coach Corey Roach had been planning a spring break trip for Delta baseball for more than a year.  Roach came up with the idea and told Wilburn that when the time is right and the team is ready, then he should follow through with it….

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