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Rainey (Alting) Jones named girls’ varsity coach

Elliott Atkinson, sportswriter

July 13, 2015


Filed under Sports, Uncategorized

Delphi Athletic Director Kevin Sims said in his opening statement at the May 12 press conference that he was looking for an “Oracle” to fill the head coaching void at varsity girls basketball. That’s exactly what the program got in Delphi legend, Rainey (Alting) Jones. Jones takes over a very...

Spring sports preview

Elliott Atkinson & Kain Myer, sports writers

April 13, 2015


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Boys' Baseball: Ranked 13th in the class 2A poll, the Oracle baseball team looks to bounce back from last year's semi-final sectional loss to conference opponent, Central Catholic. Delphi, led by head coach Kerry Yoder, returns seven starters from a year ago and looks to capitalize this season with...

Mote qualifies for state

Mote qualifies for state

Kain Myer, sports writer

February 26, 2015


Filed under Showcase, Sports

After cruising his way through both sectionals and regionals, Delphi junior wrestler Hunter Mote placed second in this year’s IHSAA semi-state. His final round loss came in the form a tough senior wrestler from Penn High School. Despite the loss, Mote still was able to clinch his spot in advancing...

Boys’ sectional draw announced

Kain Myer, sports writer

February 26, 2015


Filed under Sports

The 2014-2015 Delphi boys' basketball regular season is coming to an end, and the IHSAA committee just released the sectional matchups for this year's postseason. Luckily for the Oracles, the sectional will be held at Delphi where they will take on North Judson on Tuesday March 3. The winner of this...

Cubs fans looking forward to 2015 season

Elliott Atkinson, Editor

February 24, 2015


Filed under Sports

“This is our year.” As a Cub fan, I and all the other faithful hear ourselves saying these words every year about this time in the calendar. Spring Training officially commenced Feb. 19,  and some experts are predicting that this actually might be the year the Cubbies pull through to the World ...

Senior Spotlight – Kolt Kinsler

Kain Myer, sports writer

February 18, 2015


Filed under Showcase, Sports

For Delphi senior Kolt Kinsler, athletics have always been an important aspect of his educational career. Throughout his time at Delphi Community High School, Kolt has been a member of the cross country, soccer, swimming and diving, and track and field teams. Many student athletes will often tell you...

Super Bowl lives up to hype

Super Bowl lives up to hype

Elliott Atkinson, Editor

February 3, 2015


Filed under Sports

In a game where controversy about deflated footballs was the story the two weeks prior to the big game, it was an odd play call and a magnificent interception by Malcolm Butler that stole the headlines as the New England Patriots defeated the  defending champion Seattle Seahawks 28-24 to win Super Bowl...

Buckeyes take first ever college football playoff

Kain Myer, sports writer

January 22, 2015


Filed under Showcase, Sports

With a new year of college football done and over with, fans and players can now say they witnessed history in the making. The 2014-2015 season started a new era of college football end-of-the-year festivities, the first ever College Football Playoffs. Four teams battled it out to be named this year’s...

2014 in sports

Elliott Atkinson, Editor

January 14, 2015


Filed under Sports

Even as an avid sports fan myself, it was hard to sum up 2014 in sports. However, 2014 did not disappoint. It was an extremely fun year in sports as two major worldwide events took place in the Winter Olympic Games and the FIFA World Cup. And with fun, came sorrow, as all sports fans shed a tear as The...

Tyler Ross named All-State

Kain Myer, sports writer

December 12, 2014


Filed under Showcase, Sports

After being removed from the football team in the playoffs during the 2013 season, Tyler Ross knew something needed to change. That something was him. Entering his senior year, Ross had no idea what a great season he was about to have. After recording 44 receptions, 776 total yards, and 8 touchdowns,...

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