Blackford Boys Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 7 - 4 - 1
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Wrestlers Go 2-3 at Wabash Co Invite

The Bruin wrestling team is 4-6 after going 2-3 at the Wabash County Invitational on Saturday. Team results: BHS 66 Bremen 12 Southern Wells 65 BHS 18 BHS 48 Northwestern 36 Wabash 59 BHS 21 Manchester 63 BHS 21 Bruin Oliver Baronick led the Bruins with a 5-0 finish on the day. The Bruins head

Football Team to Collect Toys for Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital

Sophomore football players Nicholas Otwinowski and Joey Payne, with the blessing of Coach Randy Sehy, are taking the initiative of organizing the Bruin football team’s charity drive to provide gifts this holiday season to kids and teens at Peyton Manning’s Children’s Hospital. The idea was suggested by senior Joey Rogers as an opportunity to unite

Bruins Fall to Brebeuf; End Season of Growth

The Bruin football ran into one of Class 3A’s finest in the Brebeuf Braves and, despite playing without several starters for various reasons, overcame those obstacles to battle for 48 minutes. The Bruins eventually lost the game, but ended their second season under Coach Randy Sehy 5-6 equaling the win total of the past four

Coach Sehy Colts Coach of the Week for Week 10

Bruin Head Football Coach Randy Sehy was nominated and selected as the Colts Coach of the Year for Week 10 after a 28-27 sectional win over Northwestern. A Colts Press Release is attached. The Bruins have equalled their win total over the past 5 years (not 6 as stated) with their 5th win on Friday.

Bruins Hang On For Exciting 28-27 Win!

It was a tale of two halves last night at Northwestern High School where the Bruins opened Sectional 26 play. According to the Sagarin ratings, the Bruins were 13 point underdogs. But the Bruins stormed out to a 21-0 lead by dominating the first half on both sides of the ball. But the second half

JH Football Ends Season With Losses to Eastbrook

The junior high football teams each closed out the season with losses to Eastbrook. The 7th graders lost 46-0 although in reality is was a forfeit due to having to play a couple 8th graders due to low numbers. The 8th graders dropped their game 32-8. In the 7th grade game, Dillon Teer led the