Author Archives: Jon Swisher

HS Basketball: Friday Night Preview

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: A full Friday night slate is on the horizon tonight. Our featured game is West Delaware Boys Basketball at home hosting the Central Sabers of DeWitt. The Hawks are 3-0 while the Sabers are 0-3. All the coverage live on KMCH and KMCH.com with Sports Director Jon Swisher and Bill Logan

HS Basketball: Tuesday Night 12-6 Results

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The West Delaware girls basketball team improved to 2-3 with a 39-24 home win over Beckman last night. Senior Haley Lyness led the way with 14 points, Annie Cassutt had 10, Kendra Offerman 7, Abby McGrane 4 and 2 for Brooke O’Connell and Lauren Collier. Beckman’s 4-game win streak and best

HS Basketball: First Full Friday Night Slate

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The first Friday night in December brings a full slate of high school basketball games. Our featured contest will be the 1-2 West Delaware Hawk girls on the road in Tiffin taking on the 1-1 Clippers of Clear Creek-Amana in a WaMaC conference cross division match-up. All the coverage live on KMCH

HS Wrestling: WD Ready To Begin New Season

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The first night of the new month brings a new wrestling season for a majority of our area coverage schools as they’ll open up with non-conference meets Thursday night. The West Delaware Hawks will be at home hosting Waverly-Shell Rock. The Hawks are coming off a rebuilding year that displayed a

HS Basketball: Tuesday 11-29 Results

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The West Delaware Hawks Boys Basketball team began the new season with a WaMaC conference road victory over Williamsburg 45-31. It was a rough start for the Hawks who trailed 7-2 early in the contest but then went on a 15-6 run to lead by four at halftime. The lead continued

HS Girls Basketball: WD Hawks Open Season With Loss

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The West Delaware Hawks Girls varsity basketball team started off their new campaign with a trip to Waverly last night and suffered a 60-34 loss to the Class 4A 3rd-ranked Go-Hawks of Waverly-Shell Rock. The Hawks fell behind early 17-4 and never recovered from the Go-Hawks stifling defense, trailing 33-15 at

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