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Seniors Class of 2020 – Leading by Example!

There are not too many instances in life where I am left speechless.  Today was one of those days.  Not long after the IHSAA notified the association members that the Spring season had been canceled I received a call from Greg Keim from the Goshen News asking my thoughts.  As I sat there in silence

Brock Flickinger earns Ink Free News All-Area Recognition

Congratulations to Brock Flickinger joining teammate Jamarr Jackson earning Ink Free News All-Area Honorable Mention.  Brock is a 2 year starter for the Panthers logging 122 assists during his tenure.  Brock plans on playing basketball at Huntington University after graduation. #CultureOfDiscipline

Jamarr Jackson Named IFN Honorable Mention

Congratulations to Jamarr Jackson being named to the Honorable Mention Ink Free News team.  Jamarr completed his first season playing a meaningful role as a starter on the varsity.  Jamarr shot a sizzling 61% from the floor and 76% from the free throw line.  He also led the Panthers in rebounding this season.  Jamarr is

Jason Borkholder Senior Spotlight

Jason Borkholder anchored the Class of 2020 in the basket area.  Jason affectionately known as  (JB, J-Bork, Jibbs) and even Burkholder to some of our coaches:) locked down the basket area defensively and was a strong rebounder.  More importantly, Jason has been a tremendous leader for our basketball program.  He is always positive, coachable, and

Trent Edwards Earns First Team Academic All-State

Congratulations to Trent Edwards being named FIRST TEAM ACADEMIC ALL STATE along with 38 other Seniors.  Trent joins (2) other Panther Basketball players Skyler Titus 09′ and Caleb Glick 18′ being selected to the team. #CultureOfDiscipline

Brock Flickinger Named Academic All-State Team

Brock Flickinger proves he is the essence of a student-athlete earning Academic All-State Honorable Mention.  Brock has earned a 4.0 GPA while anchoring the Point Guard position for the Panthers this season.  Brock’s intangibles for the basketball program are sometimes overlooked as his ability to make his teammates better on both ends of the floor